The Inside 3D Printing San Diego expo officially begins tomorrow, December 14. I know we can expect all kinds of big announcements, exciting demonstrations, and new, cutting-edge 3D printer reveals over the course of the two-day conference. But today, San Diego-based 3D printing startup Cubibot got the jump on everyone and announced the official debut of their high-quality Cubibot 3D printer during the pre-conference workshop day. The 3D printer will be offered at a breakthrough price, and has a lot of great features, making this an appealing offer for everyone: those who are new to 3D printing, students and teachers, hobbyists, and even professional makers.
“After developing the Cubibot in our labs over the past three years, we’re excited for its official debut this week at Inside 3D Printing. The quality of the prints need to be seen to be believed, and the features-for-price ratio is unlike anything the industry has seen to date,” says Aria Noorazar, CTO of Cubibot.
- Heated print bed
- Easy to use web-based software
- Smart status notification with multi-color LED
- Filtered ventilation
- Refillable cartridge with premium filament
- Ability to print with advanced, flexible materials, including ABS, NinjaFlex, nylon, PLA, and specialty PLA (wood and Carbon Fiber)
- Remote control access through Cubibot’s Android and iOS apps
- Windows 7, 8, and 10
- Easy setup and configuration
- 5″ cubed print size from 10″ cubed footprint
The Cubibot will be available at a pretty great introductory price, once the company launches their Kickstarter campaign and offers the printer to the public for sale. Their super early-bird special will be under $250 – 40% less than its regular price! More details on the Kickstarter campaign will be released by the company at a later date.
“Our Cubibot 3D printer represents a giant leap forward in affordable, plug-and-play 3D printing at a price point that anyone can afford,” says Sina Noorazar, CDO of Cubibot. “And with easy set-up and configuration, those with no prior 3D printing experience can be creating their first, high-quality 3D prints in no time at all.”
If you want to join the Cubibot email list and be among the first to hear about the printer’s availability, Kickstarter campaign, and product updates, just sign up on their website. If you’re lucky enough to be in San Diego this week for Inside 3D Printing, stop by and chat with Cubibot in the Expo Hall, Booth 409, at the San Diego Convention Center. While you’re there, make sure to visit 3DPrint.com’s exhibit; we are a media partner of this event. Check here to learn more about the conference, and make sure to follow all the events on Twitter using #I3DPConf. Discuss in the Cubibot forum at 3DPB.com.
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