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Since iBox Nano is the smallest public-production-available 3d Resin printer (and the cheapest so far), I assume it has a huge size limitation. So far I've only seen pictures of its outputs that are miniature things. I've never tried it nor have I seen it in action in person so I'd like to be sure.

For example, my 3D models are of the size of beads to figurines to a standard sized pencil cup holder.

I want to know in inches or millimeters the dimension (width, length, height) of the biggest possible object the iBox Nano can print.

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    $\begingroup$ It's not likely that you can consider the iBox Nano as a public production available printer, as the majority of Kickstarter backers have never received a printer nor a refund. Use care if you are going to be sending money to someone promising this model of printer. $\endgroup$ – fred_dot_u Jun 16 '16 at 20:50
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On their website, I found the following picture, which states a build area of 40 mm x 20 mm x 90 mm (1.57" x 0,79" x 3.54").

iBox Nano 3D printer specifications

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From their website I found a comparison between 300 microns down to 50 microns print quality. My answer would be somewhere around this range.

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    $\begingroup$ The question asks for maximum print size, not minimum feature size. $\endgroup$ – Tom van der Zanden Jun 16 '16 at 20:56

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