Brooklyn-based Solidoodle has released the Solidoodle 4, the company's new 3D printer for the consumer market. The fully assembled 3D printer includes 8-in. x 8-in. x 8-in. build capabilities, high-resolution .1mm prints, enhanced calibration, a heated bed, and easy filament installation. According to the company, the enclosure provides quieter performance and a low-profile.
Solidoodle also announced its first national retail partnership with electronics chain Micro Center. The printer will be on Micro Center shelves during the holiday season.
"Our mission is to get more people creating," said Solidoodle founder and CEO Sam Cervantes. "3D printers are an amazing tool for today's innovative society. With the Solidoodle 4, anyone can bridge the gap between digital and physical. Developing 3D printers that are affordable and easy to use is key to our growth and success, and our new product is a major step in that evolution. I'm thrilled to have Micro Center as our first U.S. retail partner. They have a longstanding reputation in the electronics retail space "I actually purchased my first Macintosh 512K from Micro Center in the 1980s. So I am a huge fan of their stores and having our products on their shelves is a dream come true."
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.