Aiming to bring 3D printing technology more into the mainstream, Kwambio launched the Unique One. By blending style with an intuitive interface, this additive manufacturing machine has the potential to appeal to experienced and novice makers alike.
The all-in-one approach to the design of the Unique One means that there is no need to create CAD files, since there are tools for mobile creation that are extremely user-friendly. Kwambio describes that "We see 3D printing as a simple service for creating unique personalized products," and by envisioning this 3D printer as a complete unit that's able to provide software and hardware, it is a powerful tool for creation.
With the ability to print at speeds five times faster than machines from rival manufacturers, the Unique One prototype will definitely draw crowds when it is debuted at the New York 3D PrintShow.
Kwambio's Unique One 3D Printer Combines Hardware and Software
Laura McQuarrie — April 18, 2015 — Art & Design