The next generation of the Cube can also use ABS and PLA interchangeably. Though, only one color at a time. The tinier printer does gain portability from the size shrink and the ability to be powered by a battery thanks to its low power-draw.Read the full preview →
The second generation of the Cube features faster printability, greater materials selection and print modes including recyclable ABS plastic and compostable PLA and more colors including glow in the dark blue and green. The Cube meets all IEC 60950 Printer Safety Requirements making it the only consumer 3D printer that is safe for at-home use by adults and children alike.
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This is the Cube 3D printer from 3D Systems. It cost $1299 or $1399 with 3 extra filament cartridges and Cubify Invent software (CAD). This is a good design that mimics early inkjets with the printer being (relatively) inexpensive but consumables cost 2x what others charge. This printer worked...Read the full review →