The MFS1V1 3D scanner is compact and self enclosed. It is portable as well so you can take it between work/school and home. The scanner is ready to use right out of the box. Just plug it into power and into a USB port on your computer and you are ready.
It is important to note the ability to make high resolution color scans. This small device will allow you to reproduce many items you have around your home.
Further interesting bit about this 3D scanner is that it was originally designed and developed as a crowdfunding imitative. Thus it has an active and vocal user community that support the products success.
Isn’t it cute? It’s small, it’s stylish and that is by design.
The creators over at New Matter have engineered a product to use as few parts as possible and still be as capable as you would need. Thus you end up with a product that has less possibility to have issues as the number of parts involved are reduced.
This little gem is wireless enabled, allowing you to print and select from your phone, tablet or laptop computer.
The MOD-t 3D printer is ready to print out of the box and supports PLA filament. There is one spool of the New Matter pink filament included in the package so you can print right away.
The clear cover allows you to protect the print area. It also keeps hands and fingers away from the hot surfaces. At the same time it reduces noise from the printing process.
Support for STL files allows you to upload your prints and control them via their online interface.
The Ultimaker 3 comes with dual extruders. When you combine this with the water soluble supports you have a 3D printer that can create complex geometry that couldn’t be done on printers with lesser ability.
The heated build plate allows for smooth prints. You will also be taking advantage of the ability to swap the hot ends simply. It’s hard to overstate the importance of the significant features that this system allows.
The filament used by the Ultimaker 3 is 2.85mm and you can use PLA, ABS, CPE, pVA and Nylon. And did I mention the dual extruders? This allows you to print in multiple mediums at once!