there are a variety of 3D printers but most are either too expensive or takes a rocket scientist to use, but New Matter, together with Frog Design, wants to change that the MOD-t 3D Printer. it started at an incredible low price of $149 when it hit Indiegogo a couple of days ago, but that […]
even with today’s technological advancements, one gadget that remain largely immobile is printer. while there are mobile printers in the market, they are merely shrunken examples of their desktop counterpart which are hardly considered ‘small’, and that’s precisely what ZUtA Labs wants to change with the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer.
though 3D printers are a commonplace in our lives, it is still not quite as affordable that every average joe could have one at home, but the folks behind The Micro 3D Printer wants to change that; The Micro 3D Printer is the first truly consumer 3D printer that’s accessible, affordable and won’t make your house…
as cool as 3D printers are, they are pretty much restricted to small product prototyping, but if you are looking to prototype print something more life-size, such as a chair (yes. you heard that right. a chair), then look no further than the BigRep One Large Scale 3D Printer.
fancy wearing a carbon fiber neck tie? now, before you start accusing us of sprouting nonsense, we need to stress that carbon fiber neck tie is not a myth – it can be done, simply by printing using the Mark One Carbon Fiber 3D Printer.
somewhere between affordability, size and high-resolution 3D print, lies a new machine known as the MakerBot Replicator Mini Compact 3D Printer that is priced and sized to suit average joes’ wallet and domain.
today, 3D printers are pretty affordable, but if you are in the market for one that offers higher resolution 3D prints, be it for prototyping or even for small batch final products, you will have to put a little more dough for it, or $4,900 to be exact for a machine called the OWL Nano Ultra Precision 3D Printer
teleportation for objects is still a science friction, but the ZEUS All-In-One 3D Copy Machine could be considered as a teleportation equivalent, or more correctly put, a facsimile for physical objects aka 3D fax. actually, it is more than that, it is also a 3D scanner, a 3D printer, and well, a 3D copier. just think of it as an All-In-One printer, but one that does it in 3D.
it is an unassuming box, but what the FABtotum Personal Fabricator can do is anything but unassuming. this one box that’s going to change the way you look at 3D printer, or 3D scanner, or a CNC milling rig. why the three? cos’ it is actually all three things packed into one compact box – meaning you can scan an object, print it out on this very same device, and if need be
however we try, a printer is never going to be eco-friendly. come on, folks, it prints and that means it is killing trees one way or another (not unless you are talking about papers made from Elephants’ dung). the least any printer maker can do is, to make the printer itself as eco-friendly as possible like this conceptual Samsung Origami Printer.