Just for levelling or are they looking at printing on a sloped or even moving surface?
I can see an accurately sloped base being useful if you want an angle on the bottom of the part (or the top by extension) but I'm struggling to see a use for a moving bed within that range - I've seen stuff where they're looking at making unsupported 90° overhangs easy by changing the angle....maybe this will tilt it just enough to make them possible?
I've started machining the bits for my Jubilee Toolchanger (a sort of compatible clone to the e3d Toolchanger).
X axis beam:
It's going to have 4 tools so I'm using 10 stepper drivers (X, Y, 3xZ, TC, E1, E2, E3, and E4) meaning I need to use a Duex5 to go along with my Duet2Wifi. All HiWin MGN12 rails and as much as possible machined out of aluminium for stiffness.
3 point Kinematic levelling like my BLV Cube and the RatRig etc.
It's going to be a fun build.
Just bought this cheap 2 spool filament dryer for £48 via paypal
I think their video is just to show off the independently driven control of the bed.
Adam at Vector3D is building one on a series of live streams, first two parts are done and the 3rd today I think?