This new cubic 3D printer has a sweet looking, instead of wooden frame it has a plastic chassis looks with the shape similar as Delta Micro's Up 3D Printer, it is more like a lady version of 3D printer.
The working principle remains the same as the other DIY 3D printers. Spool of ABS or PLA plastic can be attached at the left side. The printer size is 14 x 14 x 18 inches and weighs about 9 pounds. The build envelope can be 5.5 x 5.5 inches. A cartridge of plastic comes together with the cubic 3D printer and it can print about ten to twelve "average size" parts. This cartridge of plastic costs of $50 and you can order from 3D systems, according to Rajeed Kulkarni, 3D Systems VP and general manager of consumer solutions.
3D Systems will start selling this new Cube 3D printer this quarter for $1299.
The video below shows the first look of cubic 3D printer.
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Anja wrote at 4/25/2012 10:28:51 AM:
Hi Brett, Please contact the manufacturer directly. Thanks.
Brett Kennedy wrote at 4/25/2012 7:51:41 AM:
hi there i'm interested in one of your printers can you ship to NZ many thanks Brett Kennedy