Anyone who has considered purchasing a 3D printer but has been put off by the sometimes seemingly complicated new technology, systems and 3D printing machines available, may be interested in a new solution called the Anvil 3D Creation Center.
The Anvil 3D Creation Center has been specifically designed to provide an easy introduction to 3D printing and offers users a desktop solution with autoloading filament features together with a Lego like design software, all at an affordable price.
Anvil Technology explains a little more about their new 3D printer that has launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website, with the aim of raising $100,000 to make the jump from concept into production.
“Anvil has been trying to bring the idea that 3D creating center including, a filament Auto-Loading printer and the LEGO-like designing software, to life. This set of package will generate a new definition of Easy-to-Use. We no longer need to learn to use 3D model building, or download 3D models. Besides, the filament Auto-Loading section will free you from the waste of time of threading the filament that others take upon. You can get your 3D printer reloaded just like inserting a cassette.
We developed a LEGO-like designing software to let everyone be a qualified designer, so as to create and design anything you like without any limit. You can create anything special and individual by only 3 steps. Combining with our 3D printer, anything, no matter how complex it is, can be brought to reality.
To ensure the best printing quality, we provide our filament in a sealed feature. This would also enable us to provide you with auto-loading. The ordinary way that other 3D printing companies provide is willing to load the thread of the filament into the extruder of the printer by hands. With Anvil 3D Creating Center, this annoying process would be dead forever. When you are to load the filament and continue printing, all you need to do is inserting the filament box into the right position, just like a cassette player, and Anvil will do the rest.”
For more information on the new Anvil 3D Creation Center jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below.