Today is the first day of the Three Crazy Days-action in the luxury department store De Bijenkorf in the Netherlands. Certainly it is not just for fashion, gadget lovers can indulge themselves in the various gadgets that go on sale in these three days. No surprise, a 3D printer is also in the list.
The Cube printer uses cartridges containing rolls of ABS, available in different colors which costs $45 each on Cube's website. A single cartridge can be used to print about fifteen medium to large objects, says product manager Bram de Zwart.
The building envelope is 5.5" x 5.5" x 5.5" or 14cm x 14cm x 14cm. It also includes 25 free creations, print pad and magic Cube Glue.
It is unclear whether and how long de Bijenkorf will keep selling the 3D printer. This is the first launch of Cube 3D printer in European market, but users still need to log into Cube's U.S. website for ordering fillings, spare parts, software and selling their designs.
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