Infinity Technology has taken to Kickstarter this week to help raise funds required to take a new affordable Infinity 100 3D printer into production. Priced at just over £230 the Infinity 100 kit allows you to build your very own 3D printer and even comes with a 250g real 3D printed filament allowing you to get up and started printing or design as soon as possible. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Infinity 100 3D printer.
Equipped with a small screen, users can quickly change settings set the Z axis, pause a print, change the fill, control my temperature or select the file you press print in my SD card. The developing team behind the new affordable 3D printer explain more about its inspiration and design.
My origin is the dagoma DiscoEasy 200, I have been improved, optimized and I am provided with the components that I hate to be the necessary ones for good impressions.I was born from the improvement of the DiscoEasy 200 from Dagoma, a crazy job was done to optimize myself in every nook, my components were optimized, my software was paufined and my screen is integrated in my starter kit, I still remain a little sister of DiscoEasy 200.
My software is under development, it is designed exclusively for me, presents the most indispensable options and is optimized for printing to my maximum quality. But I can also work thanks to the software Cura of origin I am even compatible with Octoprint (an add on is even in preparation for that but silence is a secret …) Originally designed by Dagoma, we took into account almost every detail that deserved improvement and added to the core package everything we think is essential. We also devellopons in parallel to the production of printers software that will accompany your Infinity 100 for PC and MAC”
For more information on the Infinity 100 3D printer jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding website by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News