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August 13, 2015 AT 11:58 am

M3D Micro Review by MakeUseOf #3DPrinting

MakeUseOf shared on YouTube:

M3D Micro Review

A fully assembled consumer friendly 3D printer is now within your grasp: at the time of the original Kickstarter, a $350 3D printer was basically unheard of, even with DIY kits. That’s why in 2014 they surpassed their funding goal of $50,000 in 11 minutes. We’ve finally got our hands on one, and it’s actually pretty good.

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1 Comment

  1. I am STILL waiting for mine (supposed to have been delivered in November).

    In all fairness I did order the color silver, which happens to match the color of the MacBook Pro and they’ve had problems with a decent paint supply. So, blame the paint makers and the Mac Heads out there for the slow down. … I remain hopeful.

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