The magic of 3D printing is now more affordable and accessible than ever! Meet The Micro 3D Printer by M3D, the first truly consumer 3D printer. Sporting a compact design, user-friendly software, and replaceable print beds and nozzles, it’s perfect for beginners and experts alike.
This is the Micro 3D Printer – Black – Retail Edition which is more like a starter kit of sorts as it comes with a 1 year warranty and a free spool of 3D Ink Filament. 3D printing software, USB cable, and power adapter are also included.
The Micro can be used right out of the box to make custom creations come to life. Just plug in the printer, download models, click print, and dive headfirst into the innovative world of 3D printing. Some of our favorite features include:
Micro Motion Sensor Chip – Intelligent positioning feedback for precision
Carbon Fiber Rods – The carbon fiber rods provide for a sturdy and lightweight build
Aerospace Grade Ceramic Heater System – Rapid and precise heating
Maintenance Free Printing – A multi-calibration system ensuring reliable prints
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