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Next March, the 3rd to be precise, iMakr can be hosting its inaugural Desktop 3D Printing Show, in which a few thirty names in 3D printing and 3D scanning exhibiting at the company’s London retail shop. Whilst most of those names are quite amazing, there may be none which can attract attention like Australia’s Gizmo 3D Printers, who created headlines last year with a continuous resin printing system billed to rival which of Carbon 3D.

The Gizipro 2X uses two projectors and a top down continuous printing system to create consistently hollow objects at a rate of 2 mm per minute. This is much faster than FDM systemes and actually significantly faster than SLA machines. For a comparison, the Form 1+ 3D printing device can print at 10 – 30 mm per hour, manufacturing the Gizipro 2X of 12x faster. Carbon 3D has promised which their CLIP 3D printing innovation is 25 – 100 times faster than other 3D printing systemes. If the Gizipro 2X quite is as speedy as they say it is, there may be a new swift gun in the West.

iMakr’s engineering team, yet, has vouched for the soon-to-be-commenceed Gizmo 3D printing device. The team has given the Gizipro 2X an A rating and was impressed with the high end of the prints. Eric Savant, iMakr CEO, says of the machine, “Gizmo has the future to manufacture a few serious waves in the 3D industry. We’ve tested a lot of excellent machines over the years, but none has come close to bringing such a high level of precision at the speeds which the Gizipro prints.”

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Gizmo founder Kobus Du Toit can commence an Indiegogo campaign for the Gizipro on March 1st, with the machine on the market for view at the iMakr London keep throughout the campaign. Once the campaign is closed, customers can purchase the Gizipro directly of iMakr.com, as well as at the London and Manhattan locations. So, to see this futurely revolutionary machine in man, you can head to iMakr in London.

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This is a excellent reason to attend The Desktop 3D Print Show at iMakr’s London shop on March 3, where, in addition to meeting a few truly one-of-a-kind players in the industry, you will get to see objects as sizeable as a wine glass printed on the Gizipro in only one hour. You can register for the actuallyt online here.

Michael Molitch-Hou

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Michael is Editor-In Chief of 3D Printing Industry and the founder of The Reality™ Institute, a service institute dedicated to determining what’s real and what’s not so which you don’t have to. He is a graduate of the MFA Critical Studies & Writing Program at CalArts, and a firm advocate of world peace. Michael already resides in San Pedro with his magical wife, Danielle.

  • Willem de klerk

    The most rapidly 3d Printer? Top down ? the inventor Kobus Du Toit should be nominated for the Nobel prize in innovation.