Solidoodle release the fully assembled, ready-to-use machine at New York Tech Day.
At New York Tech Day recently, technological engineering firm Solidoodle released a 3D Printer that is both affordable and ready-to-use. The quality printer, which ranges from $499 for the base model up to $599 for the expert model, has a build area of 6x6x6″.
The Solidoodle 3D Printer has been designed by aerospace engineers to be extremely strong and precise, with an all-steel frame and moving parts that connect smoothly and never bind. The company’s website provides a how-to forum and customers have access to direct help to ensure their 3D printing is a success. The founder and CEO of Solidoodle, Sam Cervantes, said:
Now 3D printers will enable our customers to let their minds run wild, printing bigger parts, and its heated build platform allows users to create complex components without warping. From architectural firms creating 3D models to do it yourselfers who want to easily complete projects around their homes, our new printer enables people to create like they never have before.
The 3D printer and filaments of different colors are available from Solidoodle’s website and the video below demonstrates how it works: