Qubea 3D has this month taken to Kickstarter to raise $150,000 to help take their affordable 3D printer which has been designed specifically for children to market.
The Rever as the device has been called has been designed to help children express their creativity in a fun and safe environment. Watch the video below to learn more about this new desktop 3D printer and is child friendly functions.
The Rever offers a build volume of 150 x 150 x 150 mm and a printing resolution of 0.1 to 0.25 mm, it also provides a printing speed of 40 to 80 mm/s and is capable of being fitted with 500 g 3D printing filament reels. Its creators explain a little more about the devices inspiration.
Our company, Qubea, is a world-leading developer and manufacturer of 3D printers. We have been producing cutting-edge 3D printers since mid-2012.
3D printing is revolutionizing fields such as industrial design, medicine and art, and our innovative technology has been used in applications as diverse as producing medical implants to help patients walk again and creating unique 3D printed tableware for Milan’s International Furniture Exhibition.
We know that 3D printing has the potential to transform family and home life, from the way we do DIY to the way our kids unleash their creative energy. That’s why we designed the Rever – the world’s first affordable, safe and easy to use 3D printer for kids.
The Rever brings the joy of creativity into the modern age with the world’s first affordable, safe and easy to use 3D printer for kids. No need for complex computer programs – We have been designing the free Qubea Rever iPad and Android app to work seamlessly with the Rever printer.
– Draw whatever you like and print it in 3D
– Convenient and easy user-interface, designed for kids
– Includes online kid-friendly instruction manual and tutorial
– App store with thousands of exciting designs
– Exciting future updates including ability to print objects from photos
Jump over to Kickstarter to learn more and make a pledge from $169
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News