I remember stumbling upon KOKONI some time ago, but like many people, I didn’t pay it much mind initially. After all, the 3D printer market is pretty saturated, and it can be overwhelming to navigate all the options out there. But recently, something about the KOKONI EC2 really caught my attention.
Xiaomi is getting into 3D printers. But are you surprised at all? If I can be honest, I am surprised. Surprised that it took so long for Xiaomi to do so – considering how the company is quick to have every space covered. Anyhoo, Xiaomi’s first 3D printer is the Mijia 3D Printer.
Anker, the company best known for making USB cables, power adapters/charging bricks, smart home security cameras, and more, now also makes 3D printers too. The AnkerMake M5 you see here is the brand’s first 3D printer launched through Kickstarter last April. It may have been a year since its launch but Anker is still aggressively …
3D printers are a dime a dozen today. Some really good ones required some form of assembly. But not the Bambu Lab X1-Carbon here. It comes fully assembled and ready to use. It is a plug-and-plug 3D printer. A companion software, Bambu Studio, will let you resize the model, reorientate it, and more, and it …
The bigger a 3D printer is, obviously, the better. With that logic, it seems pointless to have a tiny 3D printer. At least that’s what I thought before I saw this: The Smallest 3D Printer in the World created by a YouTuber My N Mi.
If you haven’t already heard… 3D printers are not mere 3D model printers anymore. In future, it may include automation. Automation here means assembling of 3D printed parts straight after 3D printing, right there and then – straight on the 3D printer bed.
Forget about conventional filament-fed 3D printer. If you are a DIYer, a prototyper and/or a maker, you are going to need more than just a slow printing 3D printer. You will need a complete solution like the Rubanmaster 3-in-1 Laser Engraver, Cutter and Laser SLA 3D Printer.
Over the years we have witnessed prices of 3D printers plummeting. But at US$99? That gotta be the first. And 99 dollars is exactly the starting price of Selpic Star A 3D Printer.
Those in the market for a 3D printer ought to read this. Shenzhen-based Creality has just introduced a new super affordable 3D printer as a DIY kit. Called Creality CR-6 SE Leveling-free DIY 3D Printer Kit, it claims as the first in the industry fully auto-leveling bed.
What’s your impression of a 3D printer? It is pricey, takes up tons of desktop real estate and overly industrial-looking that only Tony Stark could love? Well, not with the Polaroid PlaySmart 3D Printer, though.