MakiLab MakiBox 3D Printer Progress

It’s been a couple of months since the inception of the MakiBox and since the beginning of funding for the cheap and affordable 3D Printer. So, what do they do with all the money they made, the nearly $150K? Well, they needed space to actually build and produce these units for distribution. You can view the product here. It’s a kickstarter-like project where you invest by being provided one of the first devices. They are doing very well and well exceeding their desired funding amount. Take a look at the workspace.

They have also posted the beginning process of the manufacturing, which you can find here.

Here’s their very first demo.

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2 Responses to MakiLab MakiBox 3D Printer Progress

  1. John says:

    This is the cheapest 3D printer I have seen, most technology products start at a high price then finally come down and 3D printers are no exception.

  2. Sabina Cao says:

    Well done on raising the money. I know you guys will do a great job getting this put together. I really would love to get my hands on one of these printers if it’s affordable enough.

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