Designers, makers and hobbyists that are looking for a 3D printing solution that can also 3D scan and laser engrave, might be interested in FLUX. A new all-in-one desktop system that has been launched over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website this week.
FLUX has already blown past its initial pledge goal of $100,000 and has currently received over $250,000 in pledges with still 39 days of the project still left to run.
The FLUX 3D printing system offers owners a print size of 6.7 inch diameter with a height of 7 inches and offers layer heights from 0.05 – 0.3mm and will be priced at $499 and $679 when it officially hits retail status. Early bird prices on Kickstarter start at just $499. FLUX Technology the creators of the FLUX 3D printing system explain :
“With so many 3D printer options, it can be difficult to decide on the right model. Luckily, FLUX makes the choice easy by combining printing, scanning, laser engraving, and more modular functions. It is the only 3D printer you will ever need – for work or at home.
Unlimited, elegant, and simple — FLUX is the right choice for everyone because it is simple to set up, elegantly designed, and has an unlimited capacity for expansion. In addition to the basic FFF (fused filament fabrication) 3D printing, FLUX is equipped with a built-in 3D scannerand supports an ever-increasing array of interchangeable modules. FLUX is the everything 3D printer that grows with you— meeting not only your 3D printing needs today, but also of all your tomorrows.
FLUX’s 3D printer uses high resolution stepper motors to print objects of stunning quality. The 3D printer comes with three efficient cooling fans that enable printing with precision at top speed while minimizing the risk of malfunction due to overheating.”
For more information on the new FLUX 3D printing, 3D scanning and laser engraving system jump over to the Kickstarter website via the link below for details and the ability to make a pledge to help the system become a retail reality.
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