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Ingenious new CYMK 3D printer blends filaments to create a full spectrum of color – Digital Trends

by • July 28, 2016 • No Comments

3D printing company ORD Solutions is back with its third (!) Kickstarter campaign — and this time it’s got a thing quite special up its sleeve. Having previously raised funds for a 5 extruder 3D printing device in 2013, and an updated version the next year, the additive producing gurus now want to bring customers the world’s initially inexpensive
full color 3D printing device.
“I’ve got a list of improvements I want to manufacture to 3D printing devices and I’m gradually working down which list,” Chris Gibson, president and chief architect at ORD, tells Digital Trends.
Related:Here’s the top 10 most 3D printing devices money can buy

With the RoVa4D, he may have crossed off all things on his “to-do” list in one fell swoop. That’s for the reason not only does the new 3D printing device showcase a veritable feast of hardware improvements over previous 3D printing devices the company has created, but the aptitude to print in full color looks to be totally transformative to the printing system. “Your TV is full color, your cell phone is full color, your office paper printing device is full color, shouldn’t your 3D printing device be full color too?” the Kickstarter campaign asks. “We ponder so!”
One of the niftiest things of the RoVa4D is which it’s focused on producing the 3D color printing world user friendly. Gibson admits which previous multi-material 3D printing devices ORD has created have sometimes proven tricky for newcomers, since they required folks to split their 3D versions into multiple parts so every can be printed in a various material. No such problem exist with color printing on the RoVa4D.
“If folks have unlimited colors to print of, which means which — according to the old way of doing things — they’d require to cut their version up into unlimited parts to take advantage of it,” he says. “Instead of being a positive it may only manufacture it into a problem. We wanted to manufacture the software [for RoVa4D] quite easy. You don’t require to be an established graphic create artist in order to do full color prints. You just take a single version and paint it on the screen. Instead of being boring, it in fact manufactures the system fun.”
As described, it’s in addition an inexpensive
system. The printing device can be pre-ordered on Kickstarter for $4,500 CAD ($3,450), with an estimated shipping time of March 2017 — although if you are quite keen you can stump up a bit additional to get an early unit by November.
Check out the campaign (which has may already additional than doubled it target amount) here. If it’s as great as it looks, you won’t regret it!

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