The MOD-t features custom electronics and a two-axis motion system that supports the build platform during printing, while moving it at the same time
Objects are produced in eco-friendly PLA (Polylactic Acid) plastic at a print speed of 80 mm (3.15 in) per second
New Matter has launched what it calls an "end-to-end 3D printing system" made up of an inexpensive printer named MOD-t, companion software, and an online shopping portal
the MOD-t can print objects to a maximum of 4 x 6 x 5 in (101 x 152 x 127 mm)
The system will include some easy to use proprietary Windows, Mac, Android and iOS software for model customization
An example of what the online store's dashboard may look like
If you don't want to spend a whole heap of cash on a 3D printer, the OneUp looks like a pretty sweet deal. But, will it look anyway near as good on your desk as the similarly budget-friendly MOD-t from New Matter? This Wi-Fi-enabled device boasts some novel tech designed to produce quality 3D-printed objects at an affordable price, while also tapping into an online shopping and sharing portal for MOD-t-optimized models.
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