Bring home your very own iModela 3D printer
3D printers have been quite a fascinating discovery for those who indulge in digital arts. However, now you can get hold of a model of one such marvel, by Japanese manufacturer, Roland DC who have rolled out the iModela 3D. It doesn’t manage the astonishing finishes that mainstream 3D printers are known to achieve, but does effectively pull off some good designs, as a cheaper substitute of one. The company has given the printer a 3D modeling application that will shape a block of wood as per the input reference. However, this USB printer has arms that will only shape one side.
There’s a bag of limitations that you would have to put up with too. So $1,000 may not be the best price you would pay.