Earlier this year saw the retail launch of The Mirco 3D printer (opens in new tab) – the first 'affordable' 3D printer that has subsequently allowed just about anyone to have a go at printing their own 3D models. Now, it seems everyone wants in on the affordable aspect; The Rever (opens in new tab) could be the most affordable yet.
"3D printing has the potential to bring the joy of creativity to every home, but up until now, high cost, safety concerns and complex software have meant that having a 3D printer is not an option for most families," explain creators Qubea (opens in new tab). "That's why we designed the Rever – the world's first affordable, safe family 3D printer."
With models starting at $169 and going up to $299, this kid-friendly option could see your little ones producing 3D prints in a safe and affordable way. Already well on their way to their Kickstarter goal, will you be checking out The Rever?
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