The Kickstarter campaign for the new desktop Versa3D all in one 3D printer, CNC mill and laser cutter launches today with the aim of raising $100,000 to help take the desktop manufacturing system into production.
The Versa3D offers a print volume of 11.8 x 11.8 x 8.7 inches or 1,211 cubic inchesIs capable of speeds up to 300mm/s for large prints. Early bird backers can secure one of the very first Versa3D systems off the production line for $3,499.
When designing the Versa3D, there were a lot of pitfalls identified with the current machines on the market. Whether it was slow printing speeds, limited build size, or inability to use experimental filaments, these were all deal breakers when looking to purchase a printer.
Over the past 3 years, the Versa3D was developed to address a lot of these shortcomings. While designing this 3D printer, we realized that integrating new technologies could also revolutionize desktop fabrication. With the seamless integration of a spindle and laser, the Versa3D became a desktop fabrication machine.
It was important to us from the beginning for this machine to be easy to use no matter what your experience level. This is why the Versa3D incorporates wireless printing, automated bed leveling and edge finding, drag and drop onboard slicing, and quick change tool heads. All of these features make it easy for anyone to create.
Jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website more details, full specifications and a promotional video explaining the benefits and features of all the Versa3D’s functions.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News