Nov.1, 2013

Acuity Design has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their new fused filament 3D printer, Helix, a professional grade 3D printer. Helix is equipped with a dual-extruder and a large build volume (30 liter) capable of creating short-run production parts and functional prototypes.

Currently Acuity Design has already raised more than $30,800 within 10 days, almost hits one-third of its $95,000 goal. Today Acuity Design shared their first dual-material print video, along with some test prints.

See the video below:

And some test prints in blue ABS:

Acuity Design is building 10 pre-production units for testers, for $4,750 you can get one Helix Beta unit assembled and calibrated. You can also pledge $5,250 for the Early Bird Special, one of the initial ten production Helix printers off the line. When it launches next year, the price will be around $6,850.




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TarleX wrote at 8/27/2018 7:20:47 PM:

А что у совы с ногами? Почему с переди 3 пальца?

Beth wrote at 11/2/2013 5:38:35 PM:

It's still in beta. I imagine they'll work a lot of that out before they ship production units.

Brandon Lemon wrote at 11/2/2013 7:56:06 AM:

print not looks good, many lines are missing :/ and price is horrible high :/

James wrote at 11/1/2013 11:34:19 PM:

The prints are kinda crap for a 5k printer.

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