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    Solidoodle Unveils 3 New 3d Printers: Solidoodle Press, Workbench & Apprentice

    Big news today from Solidoodle who has just unveiled three new printers along with their own 3D printing software. The following printers are available for pre-order starting today. Incredibly the Solidoodle Press will be available on a limited basis for just $349 before it goes up to it's $599 MSRP. More details on these printers can be found here: http://3dprint.com/10958/solidoodle-press-workbench/

    Solidoodle Press
    • Build Envelope 8" x 8" x 8"
    • Printer Size: 14.8" x 14.6" x 18"
    • Layer Resolution: 100-400 micron
    • Price: $349 then $599


    Solidoodle Workbench
    • Build Envelope: 12" x 12" x 12"
    • Printer Size: 21" x 19.6" x 18.8"
    • Layer Resolution: 100-400 micron
    • Price: $1299


    Solidoodle Workbench Apprentice
    • Build Envelope: 6" x 6" x 8"
    • Printer Size: 13.3" x 15" x 14"
    • Layer Resolution: 100-400 micron
    • Price $799


    Below are pictures of the three new machines (from left to right: Press, Workbench Apprentice, Workbench):

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    Here are some videos just posted by Solidoodle showing the Solitouch system, and the dual extruders from the Workbench printers:



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    Technician Mcbride19's Avatar
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    at least some interresting new features ... !!

    Well done solidoodle!

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    wait wait. If I see it correctly, they don't actually make the bed level, they correct the actual plane by software ?
    It'll be interesting to see if they get more hits of the heads with prints.

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    In the software Mattercontrol you can allready see how it works.
    It's a software bed levelling and it works fine !-

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    Still waiting for them to ship the Press I ordered months ago. Wonder how the printer will work with PLA since it's enclosed and doesn't have a extra fan.

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    Has anyone received a Press yet? I haven't seen any new videos on YouTube.

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    Not yet. They wont begin shipping until December 5th from the last email i got. Cant wait to get my hands on this tho, ill post updates once i have it.

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    wow, I thought no way that was going to print with a bed that crooked.

    I mean yeah it's great it can, but really... you shouldn't create a system that allows for that much of a screw up lol
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    Here's an update on the delays that Solidoodle has been experiencing with shipping these three new 3D printers:

    http://3dprint.com/27748/solidoodle-delays-press/

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