Jun 6, 2014
A startup based in Singapore has launched an Indiegogo crowd funding for a printer called PrintM3 which is available to pledge for $249. Pledge $139 and $199 were all gone.
The team are looking to raise $75,000 before July 3rd 2014, but up to now they still don't have a working prototype but only a few 3D renderings. The attractive part is its low price for a linear delta robot 3D printer.
The future device is expected to have the following specifications:
- Height of printer: 520mm/ Diameter: 300mm
- Triaxial Itinerary of X, Y and Z: 200mm, 200mm, 220mm
- X, Y, Z axis positioning resolution: 0.01mm
- Printing area is 220mm height/ 200mm Diameter
- Printing speed: 4800mm per minute (plus/ minus)
- Maximum Temperature: 255 deg cel.
- One Printing Head; Printing Nozzle Diameter 0.4mm
- PLA and ABS compatible 1.75mm+-0.1mm
- Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Linux, Mac-ox, XP, 8
- SD card; STL format.
- Weight: 6kg
According to KiKi Tae of the team, the RRP is $899 and the earliest shipment will be in October 2014. Check out more info about this project here on Indiegogo.
Posted in 3D Printers
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TK wrote at 6/6/2014 8:09:48 PM:
"Mac-ox"? Typo perhaps for Mac OS X...
GWest wrote at 6/6/2014 7:18:52 PM:
They don't even have a working prototype, these guys from singapore are making a massive one and are printing already http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ub17xzjNCWI
tomas wrote at 6/6/2014 3:21:28 PM:
Looks like a scam to me... No photos or real names of the team members. Amateurish animated videos and page design. Their previous campaign got 0$.
NotArduino wrote at 6/6/2014 1:13:49 PM:
Typical snake oil...not even a real life demo video!