This “first truly consumer 3D printer”, as the company claims is a small, 7 inches tall rectangular 3D printing machine that comes with auto-level and auto-calibrate functions.
According to the team, its M3D software that work with The Micro 3D printer hardware, has been designed to make it “as interactive and enjoyable as a game,” so that even a newbie can have a go at making his/her own 3D printed objects. With still having another 23 days left of its campaign, the company plans to begin shipping later this year.
3D printers have long seen a profitable deal for their crowdfunding campaigns. Earlier a Cambridge, Massachusetts based Form 1 raised nearly USD 3 million in its crowdfunding campaign. The Buccaneer and RigidBot 3D printer also had a successful Kickstarter projects, during which their maker raised USD 1.4 million and USD 1.1 million respectively.
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