April 15, 2014
The 3D printers that are being marketed at the moment are models eminently intended for the professional or industrial segment and their prices are still too high to be popularized among end users. Added to all this is its complexity. However, firm proposals are beginning to emerge to ensure the arrival of these gadgets to more vertical markets, such as the kitchen, and to the B2C field.
The Micro weighs only 1 kg and measures 185 mm3 on either side, which makes it easy to transport anywhere. The printer comes pre-packaged with drivers and software for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux and can be connected via USB.
via The Micro, the first 3D printer for the consumer sector | ITespresso.es.
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