Debuting at the 3D Print Show 2014 New York! Sneak Peak: Printrbot Simple Out of Steel and Aluminum:
The 3D Printshow in New York is one of the most exciting shows to attend; a combined business, arts, design, education and consumer event with cutting-edge technology, world exclusive features and some of the sharpest minds in the world of future-tech. The NYC show will include some of the most incredible new content from around the globe.
Printrbot will be attending the event and showcasing some of our current 3D printers as well as a few of our latest prototype designs still in development. We have made a lot of significant design changes lately and would love for you to see the huge improvements to our new prints in person! So come on out to the event and stop by our exhibitor booth on the main floor. We would really like to meet all of our loyal customers as we couldn’t do this without you!
Later this year we will be releasing an all new Printrbot Simple constructed out of steel and aluminum. All of the laser cut wood parts have been replaced by rock solid metal. In fact, the total number of parts have been reduced to just a fraction of our current model. The all metal construction combined with a GT2 belt pulley system produces a 3D print that rivals those of other manufacturers which cost thousands more!
Sound intriguing? Would you like to see it print in person? If so, we invite you to stop by our exhibitor booth at the 3D Printshow in New York this week and get a first hand look at our working prototype! We will have it up and running at our booth and would love for you to see it in action….
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