Mar.27, 2014

3D Pioneer Systems, Inc, a marketer and developer of mobile games and software applications has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding ("MOU") with Hangzhou, China based Magic Firm, manufacturer of Mbot 3D printers to co-develop and initialize production of the company's new 3D printer 'Wyatt' and related accessory hardware.

The Wyatt

Under the MOU, Magic Firm would help the 3D Pioneer to evaluate and develop the Wyatt, a personal 3D printer, anticipated to be available with one or two extruders.

The Wyatt will feature a heated glass build platform held in place with Neodymium magnets for easy removal. It includes carbon air filters, internal lighting, a full colour LCD touch screen and an inbuilt camera. It integrates with 3D Pioneer's Appaloza Cloud Print Platform, currently in development, so that the user will no longer need to write files to SD cards and walk them to the printer, or leave theirlaptop tied to the printer until the print is complete. The Appaloza HTML5 web enabled application is being designed to include placement, slicing and printing functionality. The software is being designed to be operated from the users printer touchscreen LCD screen or from the Company's website.


  • Print Technology: Fused Filament Fabrication (Thermopalstic Extrusion)
  • Print Speed: 30 - 250mm/s
  • Travel Speed: 1 - 350mm/s
  • Build Area (W x L x H): 23 x 23 x 20
  • Layer resolution: 4mm Nozzle = 0.02 - 0.30mm
  • Positioning precision (X x Y x Z): 0.025 × 0.012.5 × 0.005mm
  • Filament diameter: 1.75mm
  • Nozzle diameter: Supplied with 0.25mm, 0.4mm and 0.6mm
  • Standalone Printing: Via LCD Controll screen, SD Card and Web
  • Support: Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, iOS, Android

The Whip

"The Whip" is a device that works with 3D Pioneer's Appaloza Cloud Platform, to help improve and monitor your 3D printing, using the internet, a camera and an LCD touch screen. It is being designed to be compatible with any 3D printer on the current market. Users will have the ability to connect their printer to the internet via Wi-Fi; be able to visualize their object on screen before printing; and have real time video monitoring of print projects. Users will also be able to share print progress in real time via video feed.

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Dp wrote at 3/28/2014 12:42:23 PM:

Looks awesome. Hopefully it works

jd90 wrote at 3/27/2014 7:26:51 PM:

The shell is a bit much, access to the part and visibility of the part seems needlessly constrained, and the shell makes the device larger than it should be. The mechanism looks like it could be decent, but hard to say without seeing photos of the actual mechanism vs. an idealized rendering.

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