Italian company Bad Devices has launched a new 3D printer this month called the BadPrinter 2 which is now available to purchase priced at €2,250.
The new BadPrinter 2 3D printer is capable of printing objects 226 x 228 x 210 mm in size and its printheads are situated in a black steel carbon case that includes a 4 mm heated glass bed and enclosed working area specifically for printing with ABS plastic.
The 3D printer is equipped with two independent extruders with printing speeds up to 150mm/s and its 0.4 mm nozzle is capable of printing layers down to a thickness of just 50 microns. Check out the video below to learn more and see the 3D printer in action.
Bad Devices seem to have built a solid 3D printer which they have brought to market without the need for crowd funding, the path that most new start-up companies take when they have a new product such as a 3D printer they would like to take to market. Time will tell whether the company has taken the correct route in marketing its new BadPrinter 2 desktop 3D printer.
But as you can see from the detailed 3D object prints the hardware has created the new BadPrinter 2 will definitely be a contender within the desktop market space and is priced competitively to compete with the likes of MakerBot.Filed Under: Hardware, Technology News, Top News