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After much build-up, David, the pellet printer from Sculptify, has launched his Kickstarter campaign. With many pre-release news, we learned that David will run directly on pellets, instead of filament, to reduce material costs and increase material purity. Like a tapletop coffee drip, users can pour pellets, of varying materials, into David’s hopper and make a 3D print. Now that the printer is live on Kickstarter, with a funding goal of $100,000, we’re learning even more about him.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)
David: The Next Step in 3D Printing
Cut the cord on filament forever — print with hundreds of pelletized materials using the next generation of 3D printing technology.
The development of David began after we found ourselves frustrated with current filament-based 3D printers. We wanted to use 3D printing in many different applications, but found that it was ultimately limited by spools of hard, expensive filament. We realized that there are currently no 3D printers on the market that support a variety of material types right out of the box, so we decided to create David.
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)