Sunday, March 12, 2017

Meet Micro3D Pro: The self-aware 3D printer you can fit on a bookshelf

Ever wanted to get into 3D printing, but didn’t, because they’re too big and too expensive? Or found most 3D devices on the market clumsy and prone to jams? The Micro 3D Pro printer is designed to be small, cheap, and capable of correcting for error on its own. What is it? The M3D Pro is a variation of the original M3D printer the company showed off at SXSW, now with built-in, self-aware software which corrects jams and errors without user input. The M3D and Pro are small cubes, designed to be easily stored, transported, and used by the consumer. The…

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