3D printing is becoming more commonplace as the price point for the equipment drops and consumer adoption rates increase, which is seeing new solutions like the 'ONO' 3D printer comes into play. Designed by Filippo Moroni and Pietro Gabriele, the low-cost unit is powered by a smartphone that is utilized to select the print job and power the device when in operation. The smartphone screen flashes upwards through the unit to display the imagery of the design, while the light also works to cure the resin to have the project ready in a short period.
The 'ONO' 3D printer is compact in size, priced at just $99 and comes as an entry level piece of equipment that could help to further revolutionize the shift towards 3D printing technology.
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