If you are in the market for a 3D printer you might be interested to know that manufacturer Solidoodle in addition to launching their new Solidoodle Press 3D printer has also launched their larger Solidoodle Workbench and Workbench Apprentice 3D printers to market.
The new Solidoodle Workbench is now available to purchase priced at $1299 (pictured above ) and Solidoodle Workbench Apprentice (pictured below) is priced at $799.
The Workbench has been designed to offer a 12 x 12 x 12 inches of build volume and a heated glass bed for extra-large prints. While the Workbench Apprentice will also be equipped with the Solidoodle new dual extruder but offer a smaller manufacturing area of 6 x 6 x 8 inches of build volume and a sturdy acrylic bed. Solidoodle explains a little more:
“The Workbench Apprentice features a dual extruder and unheated build platform. It’s open-frame design will allow you to tinker and work on your printer. The Solidoodle Workbench Apprentice has been designed with the maker in mind.
The Solidoodle Workbench is the exciting new large-volume printer. It’s open-frame design will allow you to tinker and work on your machine. The Solidoodle Workbench is ideal for the enthusiastic maker.
The Solidoodle Press is a revolution in consumer 3D printing. As a true plug-and-play machine, the Press is the ideal printer for users new to 3D printing. With its sleek design, the Press has been designed to fit in your space.”
Check out the Solidoodle Press 3D printer in the video below the companies new flagship 3D printer. With the launch of these three new desktop 3D printers Solidoodle has also stopped selling 3D printers in kit form and are moving along the same lines that 3D manufacturer MakerBot did a couple of years ago.
Source: SolidoodleFiled Under: Hardware, Top News