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3d Printer

2017 MOD-t 3D Printer

2017 MOD-t 3D Printer
$249+  Pledge Comment

The second version of New Matter’s affordable and user-friendly 3D printer is 30% faster and 50% quieter than the original model. It also has lots of new convenient features such as a built-in build tray, a filament movement sensor and universal filament spool holder.

Analog 3D Printer

Analog 3D Printer

In a way, all 3D printers are partially analog, as motors move them along their X, Y and Z axes. But artist Daniel DeBruin’s unique creation works without motors or electricity to layer primitive pottery using weights and gravity to drive its mechanism.

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Snapmaker 3D Printer

Snapmaker 3D Printer
$299-$439  Pledge Comment

A bargain-priced, compact 3D printer made primarily from sturdy metal components. It not only can print PLA, PVA, ABS and Nylon, but offers modules for carving and laser engraving. Our main concern is the lack of an enclosure for containing noise, odors, and debris.

NexD1 Multimaterial 3D Printer

NexD1 Multimaterial 3D Printer
~$3969  Pledge Comment

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.

Makerbot 3D Printer Giveaway

Makerbot 3D Printer Giveaway

Always wanted a 3D printer, but don’t have the cash to spare? Enter now for a chance to win your very own Makerbot Replicator Mini 3D printer, valued at $1375! Simply drop by The Awesomer Shop and register for your chance to win. (Contest Ends 4/18/2016)

Rapide Lite 3D Printer

Rapide Lite 3D Printer
$599++  Pledge Link Comment

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.

Sculptify David 3D Printer

Sculptify David 3D Printer
$2745++  Pledge Comment

David is a 3D printer that uses pelletized materials instead of filaments. Pellets are not only cheaper to produce than filaments, it also lets David use hundreds of materials, including ABS, PLA, EVA, nylon and wood composite.

3D4C Full Color 3D Printer

3D4C Full Color 3D Printer
~$1400++  Pledge Link Comment

Developed by Felix Chan and Cyrus Kuk, the 3D4C is a 3D printer that can print multicolored objects seamlessly. It uses PLA or ABS filament, four cold-end extruders and one hot-end blending extruder to print in CMYK.

FABtotum Personal Fabricator

FABtotum Personal Fabricator
$999++  Pledge Link Comment

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.

Buccaneer 3D Printer

Buccaneer 3D Printer
$347+  Pledge Link Comment

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.

LEGO 3D Milling Machine

LEGO 3D Milling Machine

While you could go out and buy yourself a fancy 3D printer, why not build one yourself? Builder Arthur Sacek did just that, with a 3D milling machine made entirely from LEGO (except the drill bit.)

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