A new 3D printer has just launched a new crowd funding campaign over on the Indiegogo website this week called the CraftBot. Which is available to back from $399 and comes with a free 3D slicer software package called CraftWare.
After carefully examining the current range of 3D printers available in the market and their features. The engineers behind the CraftBot have taken the most desirable features and combine them into one desktop 3D printer.
The CraftBot is capable of printing object up to 250 x 200 x 200 mm in size and offer one of the biggest print areas in its class. The CraftBot has been designed for both users new to 3D printing as well as more experienced 3D printers that are looking for a new machine to take their printing to the next level. The development team explains :
“We have designed and developed every part of our printer from the ground up. We started by using the best quality steel and aluminium. CraftBot is assembled with the utmost precision, keeping in mind that the printer head must make very fine movements. CraftBot utilizes quality laser cut metal parts and CNC milled components to achieve a higher standard of 3D printing.
The tests have gone out and the results are in. In comparison with other approaches nowadays, this pathway is an obvious plus for youths growing up in a world of technology. It helps them to learn computer skill in a more constructive way. It’s fun and educational for children at the same time. Its a catalyst for creativity. We’ve personally placed CraftBot and CraftWare in the hands of children, and the results were outstanding. Specifically, we tested our products through a teacher at an elementary school and the kids couldn’t get enough of it. At home or in a classroom environment, CraftBot and CraftWare stand alone.”
So if you think CraftBot is something you could benefit from or would like to use to learn more about 3D printing, visit the Indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help CraftBot become a reality.
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