GP3D Introduces The Simple and Affordable Sprout 3D Printer




/ 5 years ago

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GreenProject, or GP3D, will unveil their new Sprout affordable 3D printer at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. GP3D is ready for production but will launch it with a Kickstarter crowd-funding program to get it going. Sprout said that the production will begin immediately after the funding goal is met.

“Our focus is to make an affordable and high quality 3D printer for everyone” said Joseph Wu, president of Green Project

Sprout is small enough to be a desktop printer but can still print objects with a size up to 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.5 inches. The metal body itself measures 11.7 x 8.7 x 15.9 inches and it uses PLA plastic filament, a biodegradable thermoplastic from renewable resources. You can create a lot of fancy details with its print resolution of 0.18mm and you can start printing directly from an SD card or a Windows connected PC.

Sprout looks very solid and with the promise of being ready to ship in a few months, the whole thing gets a little better. The MSRP is set to $549.

thanks to PRweb for providing us with this information

Image and video courtesy of GP3D


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