Solidoodle Offers 4th Generation 3D Printer for Only $899 in Honor of Father’s Day

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solidoodle-fathersmallThere are always those times when you are on the brink of purchasing a 3D Printer, but can’t quite convince yourself to pull the trigger. However, once in a while, a major sale or discount can convince you to just do it.

In honor of Father’s Day, Solidoodle is offering their 4th Generation 3D printers at a discounted price of $899. This is a savings of $100 off the regular price, for the latest and greatest Solidoodle 3D printer. Wouldn’t this make a tremendous Father’s Day gift for that tech savvy dad?

The 4th Generation printer will remain on sale until June 13th (2 days prior to Father’s day). For those of you unfamiliar with this printer, here are its features:
• Build Dimensions of 8″ x 8″ x 8″
• Compatible with 1.75mm ABS or PLA plastic filament
• Includes a Heated Build Platform
• Resolution up to .1mm
• 13.5″ x 14″ x 15″ case footprint
• Strong Internal Steel frame
• Powder coated steel enclosure
• Easy-open lid for quick access
• Internal case fan with air filter to vent build chamber
• Electronics mounted internally and thermally isolated from build chamber
• Easy Snap-in Filament Holder
• Fully Assembled & Tested

The purchase of this printer comes with the fully assembled and ready to print hardware, as well as a roll of filament, spool holder, and the following tools: A set of tweezers, a paint scraper (to remove finished prints), tooth brush (for cleaning), Hex driver (for adjusting screws).

Solidoodle is known for their affordable, yet high quality 3D printers. Perhaps this could be that 3D printer which you were waiting to purchase. Solidoodle also offers their previous models of 3D printers, starting with its 2nd generation, for only $499.00. Are you thinking about picking one of these up for Father’s Day? Discuss in the Solidoodle forum on 3DPB.com.

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