3Dsimo Multipro – the One Tool to Rule Them All (7 in 1)

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3Dsimo Multipro is the most multifunctional workshop that can fit into your pocket. It was designed with compactness and user-friendly experience in mind. This small device is able to substitute 3Dprinter, soldering station, plastic welder, resistance wire cutter, jigsaw, small drill, and electric screwdriver. All of them included in one 3Dsimo Multipro – 7 in 1. 

The 3Dsimo company was founded in 2014, and we have sold more than 40,000 units of our previous models to this date. As a nod to 3D printing fans and makers all over the world, we have announced our Open Source product: 3Dsimo Kit 2 – The world’s first Open Source multifunctional tool.

You can purchase 3Dsimo products right now with 50% discount at Indiegogo – the number of available discounted units is limited.

We guarantee delivery before Christmas.

If you are looking for Christmas present for 3D printing enthusiasts, model makers or any maker in general, buy the 3Dsimo Multipro.

Watch following video to see all of Multipro’s capabilities.

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