Solidoodle Aims to Impact Global Markets with Launch of Worldwide Tech Phenomenon in One of the Biggest Technological Shake Ups Since the Industrial Revolution
Brooklyn, NY, January 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Solidoodle, the brainchild of 3D printing industry veteran Sam Cervantes, is taking the world by storm. Just a year old, the company is the recipient of the prestigious Best of New York Tech Product Award from CNET and is rated as one of the top 5 gadgets by ABC News. Solidoodle was conceived around an idea based in bringing to reality anything the mind can conceive. The product is so groundbreaking in its conception that it is at the forefront of its field, in pioneering new options to materialize just about anything you can see — as long as it fits within the confines of the printer’s dimensions.
Cervantes, who is a former executive at Makerbot, brings his masterful knowledge of aerospace engineering and brilliant craftsmanship to this prolific device from a New York based factory in Brooklyn, NY. A two decade veteran in mechanical engineering and business manufacturing, Cervantes’s profound technological expertise spearheads Solidoodle to the front of the market with a 3D printer with the largest build area in its class as well as being the most affordable and durable consumer printer of its kind.
The brilliance of Solidoodle is such that it changes the entire landscape of the manufacturing industry and gives rise to a new form of american independence. The ideals of Solidoodle support the heart of the American values of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The core of the Solidoodle philosophy surrounds the ideals of creativity, autonomy, imagination and originality.
Solidoodle differentiates itself from the rising field of 3D printing manufacturers because it places the power into the hands of the consumers themselves by combining affordability, inventiveness, self-expression and accessibility. Imagine being able to produce and create prosthetic arms and legs and implants of all kinds. Such is the future of Solidoodle. With Solidoodle, if you need it, you can create it.
Solidoodle intends to be the premiere leader in providing the next step tools for not only the new assembly leaders in our world but also, for the average consumer.
The goal of Solidoodle is to enable patrons of all economic and social status to have access to materials they need and henceforth removing the need to solely rely on builders and craftsmen. From makeup artists to doctors to artists to students, Solidoodle is focused on the instantaneous production of life’s imminent necessities and pleasures utilizing technological independence and creative expression.
For the New Year, you can expect the introduction of the Solidoodle generation three printer which combines affordability with usability, with the Solidoodle 3 printer due for release in January.
For the new year Solidoodle has many things in store for its worldwide consumers. For 2013 patrons can:
Expect Bigger Prints
Solidoodle released a beta version of a high-resolution .1 mm Repetier-Host profile for Solidoodlers as an early Christmas present in early December, enabling them to make objects with layers so thin they are difficult to distinguish with the naked eye. Expect a thoroughly tested version of the profile in the new year.
Expect Bigger Value
In January, the company will begin shipping the Solidoodle 3 - 3D printer, with 512 cubic inches of printing volume — more than double that of the Solidoodle 2. In addition to a larger build area, expect continued improvements across the entire Solidoodle product line in 2013, providing stronger machines and higher precision prints while maintaining low prices for consumers. Existing Solidoodlers won’t need to feel left in the dust though, with affordable upgrade kits also being made available to bring their printers’ capabilities up to date.
Expect Greener Options
While ABS plastic filament has been the standard for Solidoodlers, PLA (polyactic acid) plastic filament has always been compatible with Solidoodle 3D printers. To make it easier for their users, they’ll be adding PLA plastic filament to our online store. PLA plastic is made from natural materials found in plants like corn, tapioca and sugarcane. In addition to being made from renewable materials, it can be harvested and processed more locally. With PLA’s lower melting point, Solidoodlers require less electricity to print, making for a smaller carbon footprint.
No other 3D printer in the world combines capacity, utility, affordability, and accessibility the way Solidoodle printers do. Praised by USA Today as being "magic", Solidoodle is the beneficiary of numerous industry distinctions by The Tech Journal, Wired, Engadget and PC World amongst others. Solidoodle is on a precipice of technological greatness utilizing artistic expression and technological independence in its effort to change the way humanity mass produces.