Since 3D printing became popular, more and more 3D printers have entered the market. Now iBox Printers, a company based in Melbourne, Florida, is claiming that they have developed the world’s smallest 3D printer called iBox Nano. The company claims that this is not only smaller in size, but will also be the most cost effective printer that can be used to 3D printing in homes. At this time the project is launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds. If the funding target is met, 3D printing at home, will certainly become more common.
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The printer is designed so that users only have to touch a button be produced and high resolution prints. The time invested in creating impressions was significantly reduced with iBox Nano as you do not have to install any software. This means you get more time for printing. If you want to go for 3D modeling or editing, you can do so easily, because it is a strong system of free software and open source. You can print with no strings attached printer is enabled with Wi-Fi. What makes it even better is that this printer will help you to print while on the go, providing you the option to operate on batteries. You will be able to print from any browser or any device with iBox Nano.
The company aims to bring some world firsts in this 3D printer. Besides being the smallest and cheapest printer in the world Resin Nano iBox claims to be the only printer that can run on battery as well. The printer is not only the smallest in terms of its size but also in terms of their weight. It also claims to be the quietest. This will become the first production of LCD UV Resin-based printer.
The objective of total project funding is $ 300,000 and the campaign is almost at its final stage. With 11 days to go, the total funds that have been raised so far of writing are $ 266.994. 1,047 supporters have pledged funds for this project so far. The campaign will end on November 15, 2014. If you want to pledge their funds and obtain the iBox Nano in a special limited offer, have to pledge $ 269 or more. The maximum amount that can promise is $ 549 or more.
Once reached the target, printing at home might be easier next year.
What about you?
Are you going to pledge their funds for this 3D printer? Would you like to buy iBox Nano for use in the home once it’s available in the market? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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