Cloudio2go Iceman 3D Printer Launches Crowdfunding Campaign on Indiegogo

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What a week it’s turning out to be for new 3D printing devices. This latest machine, the Cloudio2go Iceman 3D printer is the second printer to launch a crowdfunding campaign in the past 24 hours, There are also a few other iceman-1companies expected to launch crowdfunding campaigns later this week. Today will also see the launch of the Strooder, filament extruder Kickstarter project, and if all goes as planned the Kudo 3D Titan 1 SLA printer will also be launching their Kickstarter campaign today.

Cloudio2go, who on May 14th launched a separate Indiegogo campaign, to raise funds for the production of their 3D printer pen, seems be trying to make a name for themselves within the 3D printing space. Last night the company launched a 31 day Indiegogo campaign for their Iceman 3D desktop printer. They are seeking funding of $33,000 in order to expand their production capabilities, and bring their first desktop based 3D printer to market.

The specifications for the Cloudio2go Iceman printer are as followsiceman-3

  • Print accuracy: +/- 0.15/100mm
  • Axis position accuracy: 0.01mm
  • Build volume: 150 x 150 x 150mm
  • Printing layer : 0.1 -0.3mm
  • Printing speed: 120 mm/sec
  • Nozzle size : 0.3 – 0.4
  • Printing temperature: 230 C (max 320C )
  • Filament types allowed: PLA, ABS, Laywood, Laybrick, Nylon, NinjaFlex, Bendlay, more
  • Printer size: 350 x 300 x 350mm
  • File format : STL, Gcode
  • Connection : USB, SDCard and WiFi
  • LCD Panel Color and Touch

Cloudio2go takes pride in the speed, accuracy, and sturdy, sleek, light weight frame of their machine. Their Indiegogo campaign states that the company is using a new mechanical moving technique, in order to bring up speeds without compromising accuracy or quality of the prints.

For a pledge of $649, backers will receive the fully assembled Iceman 3D printer, along with 2.2 pounds of ABS or PLA filament, and a t-shirt. Unlike many crowdfunding projects, where backers have to wait several months to receive the product, Cloudio2go expects to begin shipping their first machines out as early as the first week in July. All printers will come with a full 2 year warranty, and come in 3  colors: orange, white, and black.

Are you planning to back this device?  Let us know in the Cloudio2go Iceman 3D printer forum thread at 3DPB.com.

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