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The shape of things to come: A consumer's guide to 3D printers
Here’s a basic reality about consumer 3D printing right now: It’s still too expensive. Consider the recently launched Replicator 2, a well-designed device with an eye-popping $200o price tag. If there’s a reason why consumer 3D printing hasn’t exploded yet, price is certainly it. Here, then, is a solution: The Portabee, a $500 3D printer that aims to go where no other 3D printer has gone before: The realm of affordability.
Jerry and Jake Wood, the father and son team behind seem to have found the right balance between price and performance with the Phoenix. Set for a short three week run on Kickstarter, the printer is funded after three days.
Stratasys' new 3D printer creates multicolored flexible materials
printer manufacturer Stratasys unveiled its latest revolutionary Color Multi-material Printer at SolidWorks World 2014 in San Diego. The printer is the first printer to be able to combine colors with multi-material printing.