The resin-based NexD1 takes rapid prototyping to the next level, allowing for the creation of intricate 3D objects with circuits embedded directly into them. It can print circuit board, flexible materials, and even full-color objects, using up to six materials at the same time.
An upcoming series of competitively priced 3D printers. The entry-level Rapide Lite 200 for instance has an 8000cm3 build volume, a precise 50 micron minimum layer height and can print in ABS, PLA, PVA, HIPS, nylon and laywood.
A 3D printer, a 3D scanner and a milling machine in one compact form. It’s entirely possible to go from concept to finished product with just this machine. It’s also customizable and its software and schematics will be open source.
An incredible value in 3D printing, Pirate3D’s new device could shake up the industry, with pricing under $350 (before shipping), an easy-to-use mobile printing app, and a clean minimal design that will look good on any desktop.
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