iBox Nano 3D Printer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

There’s no doubt that the 3D printing revolution is upon us. Not a day goes by where there’s not a new announcement relating to the world of 3D printing. The problem for us remains the same, these things are just too expensive and convoluted for your average user. iBox Nano is here to solve these problems, claiming to be not only the world’s smallest, but also the world’s most affordable 3D printer.

This printer hits all of the nails on the head, and was created specifically with the home based user in mind. There is absolutely no software to install, the unit itself is constructed from durable acrylic, is Wi-Fi enabled and battery-powered (10-hour & 20-hour battery packs for on the go printing), and it prints with nothing more than the simple push of a button. It’s extremely quiet, and our favorite part is that it’s completely browser-based printing. The iBox Nano will print from any browser, on any platform, including mobile devices powered by Android and iOS. So how much will this bad boy cost? The iBox Nano is slated to hit the scene with a retail price of just $299. iBox Printers is looking to raise $300,000, and at the time of this writing, they are rapidly approaching the $290,000 mark. Check out the video below and support the project. [Purchase]

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