Cubify is sort of ruling the 3D printing industry at this point in time and it’s easy to see why. They are creating reasonably priced 3D Printers that have the sleek appeal factor that has every tech geek needing one of these in their house. Anybody that has a fascination with technology wants a 3D Printer in their house, which we might get to the point where everyone has a 3D Printer in the future when it becomes more accessible and easier to use. The Cubify Cube 3D Printer 2nd Generation looks very futuristic and very clean. The silver polish makes this 3D Printer look like it belong in a high-end kitchen or a business man’s office. The way Apple took over the smart phone industry, is how I see Cubify taking over the 3D Printing Industry.
Cubify Cube 3D Printer 2nd Gen Specifications
The Cubify Cube 3D Printer can print with 2 different materials at this point in time, strong recyclable ABS and compostable PLA. It’s great to have a couple different options in material in case you’re only able to get a hold of a certain type. The Cube 3D Printer also has Wi-fi built right in so any device you have that you need to print from can access The Cube. The Cube 3D Printer also uses material cartridges that offer 16 different colors which includes metallic silver, neutral colors, vibrant colors and the coolest ink choice in my opinion, glow in the dark. Think about all the cool glow in the dark 3D printable material you can create? The possibilities are endless with The Cube.
The Cube 3D Printer Benefits
- Comes with 25 Free 3D Files (Perfect if you are novice)
- 16 Different Ink Colors
- Wi-fi Built Right In
- Can use 2 different printing material; Strong Recyclable ABS or Compostable PLA
- Looks Sleek & Futuristic
- Fits right on your counter-top
- Cost Effective (Considering you can now print 3D objects at your home, this price range is great)
I personally think The Cube 3D Printer is going to be one of the top 3D Printers that appear in people’s houses over the next few years. Cubify has made a major impact on the 3D Printing industry and I don’t see them stopping now.