If you are in the market for a 3D printer you might be interested in a new open source desktop 3D printer called the M-One, that has launched this week over on the Kickstarter website.
The M-One has been designed as a professional desktop DLP 3D printer and includes a simple design with high quality detailing, is also completely open source and has been created by the term over at MakeX.
The M-One 3D printer measures 380 x 320 x 490mm in size and is equipped with a rounded rectangular body design and includes a vertical sliding hood and a build area of 145 x 110 x 170mm.
Check out the video below to learn more about this new 3D printer that is available to back over on the Kickstarter website at just over $2000. Its creators explain :
“MakeX team has paid great attention to make M-One elegant and with excellent mechanism organization for user convenience. To achieve the level of simplicity in the user experience and confidence in M-One’s performance, we have specially designed a straightforward and highly integrated system.
We found the 3D printing machines for designers had either not enough resolution or were too large in size, while still requiring professional skills and a very complex process to operate. So we started to develop an affordable, high detail desktop-size printer, that is reliable, easy to use, and perfect for companies and personal use. Hence the M-One was born!”
For more information on the new M-One 3D printer jump over to the Kickstarter website for full specifications and to make a pledge to help the 3D printer become a reality.
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