by • March 28, 2016 • No Comments
A few months ago, the always-popular MatterHackers teased an next new release while they exhibited at CES 2016. The company’s open source MatterControl 3D printing software has been steadily growing, and last year they added MatterControl Touch, a standalone, effortless-to-install 3D printing device controller which works with any MatterControl-compatible printing device. (If your printing device is not listed on the website’s list of supported printing devices, just send them an email and they’ll appear into adding it.) The latest adaptation of the controller, the MatterControl T10, was revealed at CES, and as of March 31, it can officially be on the market.
The latest adaptation of Touch is not just bigger, with a 10.6-inch screen, but it in addition promises sharper resolution and faster slicing thanks to a additional powerful systemor. WiFi is optional, but I can’t imagine not enabling it, as a WiFi connection allows for for full access to MatterControl’s Cloud Sync cloud-based library. The controller can in addition be wirelessly connected to your smartphone or desktop, enabling for remote monitoring of print jobs via an onboard 5.0 megapixel camera.
“At MatterHackers we go on to hustle the boundaries of the 3D printing innovation by creating software, and now devices, which are turn it intod to improve how consumers interact with printing devices, prepare files, organize creations and generally get additional out of their 3D printing devices,” said MatterHackers CEO Lars Brubaker. “We are excited for the release of MatterControl T10. It offers a one-of-a-kind and seamless user experience on a grand new scale.”
MatterControl T10 is effortless to use and customizable. It comes with built-in, printing device-specific presets, but high end settings allow you to turn it into, customize and save your own. Similar to the original MatterControl Touch, T10 handles the entire create and printing system of begin to finish – models can be turn it intod, edited and made for printing, all via a easy touch screen. Prints can be modified mid-system, and files can be easily saved or transferred between printing devices.
MatterControl T10 is yet bringing presales; if you place an order online now you are guaranteed which it can ship on March 31, the initially day which shipments begin. The controller is going for $329, and can be on the market online or at MatterHackers’ showroom in Foothill Ranch, California.
“MatterControl T10 is becoming an essential component for 3D printing devices, providing a streamlined 3D printing experience as a outcome of onboard slicing combined with the power of the cloud,” the company states.
Indeed, and one of the many beautiful elements of MatterControl T10 is which it makes your printing device into an entirely standalone device. No additional connecting desktops, and so reconfiguring and transferring files each time you get a new desktop – it’s easy, and, as MatterControl emphasizes, streamlined, two of the many significant facts when it comes to 3D printing. Are you curious of this new release? Discuss in the MatterControl T10 forum over at 3DPB.com.
by admin • March 5, 2017
by admin • November 28, 2016
by admin • November 28, 2016