Solidoodle Debuts the Highly Anticipated Solidoodle 3 3D Printer to Global Markets Today
Brooklyn, NY, February 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Solidoodle, the maker of the world’s first $500 3d printer, will offer up the Solidoodle 3 printer which combines affordability, strength and durability to international consumers. The all-steel frame is so strong, in fact, that a 200lb man can literally stand on top of the machine while it's printing. The Solidoodle 3’s moving parts are designed so that they will move smoothly and never bind. No other 3D printer in the world combines capacity, utility, affordability, and accessibility the way Solidoodle printers do. ABC calls the Solidoodle, the reigning champion of affordable 3d printers.
Solidoodle is the beneficiary of numerous industry features by The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The Tech Journal, Wired, Engadget and PC World amongst others. Solidoodle is on a precipice of technological greatness, utilizing creative expression and technological independence in its effort to change the way humanity creates and consumes products. Solidoodle brings manufacturing freedom to the masses in one of the biggest technological shake ups since the Industrial Revolution.
The Solidoodle 3rd generation printer provides one of the largest build areas in the consumer 3D printer class. With printable dimensions of 8” x 8” x 8” (512 in³) — more than twice the volume of the Solidoodle 2 (216 in³) — users will be able to print large objects with up to .1 mm in layer resolution. Priced at $799, this latest addition keeps with Solidoodle’s commitment to providing consumers with high-quality, plug-n-play 3D printers, well below market prices.
Solidoodle will hold its first official press conference in the month of February along with a live factory tour. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Solidoodle is a New York-based 3D printing company specializing in manufacturing affordable and easy-to-use desktop 3D printers. The Solidoodle was created by aerospace engineer Sam Cervantes to be a prolific device combining accessibility with affordability through its user-friendly and practical apparatus with the goal of putting manufacturing independence in the hands of the masses and bringing the vivid imagination to life. In 2012, Solidoodle had a record breaking first year with $2 million in sales. Solidoodle is the 2012 CNET Winner of Best of NY Tech Day. Solidoodle has been featured in highly respected media outlets such as Los Angeles Times, USA Today, ABC, NBC & Wired. Visit Solidoodle at www.solidoodle.com, www.vimeo/solidoodle, Facebook.com/solidoodle and twitter.com/solidoodle3d