Anyone in the market for a low-cost 3D printer might be interested in the new MOTA which has just launched from the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $100,000.
The MOTA 3D Printer launched its Kickstarter campaign offering 50 printers for just $99. However if you are now looking to be one of the first to own a MOTA printer pledges now start from $299, which is still extremely low cost for the 3D printer.
The MOTA offers users a printing area of 6.10 (wide) x 6.10 (long) x 6.5 (high) inches and offers a a palette of up to eight coluors: red, blue, yellow, green, orange, purple plus black and white; and more to come says its creators who explain a little more:
“The MOTA 3D printer is ruggedly designed and built. It’s precisely engineered with a 0.4mm print head providing a 100-micron (0.1 mm), layer resolution. A steel chassis and high-quality step motor help maintain that precision over time. A front-panel display gives you critical information about job time and printer temperature.
Soft-touch controls, together with an enclosed and illuminated print bed with see-through walls make the printer easy to use, ergonomically friendly, and help minimize noise. The choice of either filament lets you make a wider range of objects depending on the qualities you need, whether it’s texture, opacity or reflectiveness, precision, or strength and sharpness. Lastly, the print bed can support heated plate (optional) to help ensure proper setting and cooling of the objects you make.”
To learn more about this new 3D printer which has been designed to work with open source software watch the video below.
So if you think MOTA 3D Printer is something you would like to be one of the very first to own, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help the MOTA become a reality.