Smallest and Least Expensive Truly Consumer Friendly 3D Resin Printer, The iBox Nano Launches on Kickstarter

MELBOURNE, Fla., Oct. 21, 2014 — (PRNewswire) —  iBox Printers announces the launch of the iBox Nano on crowd-funding site Kickstarter, a 3D Resin Printer that is the world's smallest, quietest, most affordable, and only battery powered 3D Resin Printer. Consumers will benefit from its portability, silent operation, and affordability while creating toys, jewelry, crafts and gifts; starting at $189.

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iBox Printers believes the iBox Nano will accelerate the adoption of 3D printers into the home market because of its affordability, silent operation, ease of use, small size, and cordless WiFi browser based printing. It also simplifies the user experience by allowing browser based printing from any client, including mobile devices, without installing software. The Nano is also a full Linux computer integrating a Raspberry Pi and has 8Gig of storage, 4x USB ports for mouse and keyboard and will drive an external monitor in 4K via its integrated HDMI port. The Nano is the world's first 3D Printer that can also be used as a computer.

The iBox Nano is being crowd-funded on Kickstarter with pricing starting at $189 for early birds. Post Kickstarter the iBox Nano will be for sale on Amazon Prime and for $299 USD retail.

Quote from founder [Trent Carter : Founder] "We didn't set out to improve 3D printing, we set out to remove the barriers to get 3D printers in the hands of everyone. These barriers include cost, size, noise, and complexity, that's why we have created the world's smallest, quietest and most affordable 3D Resin Printer that is incredibly easy to use. Anyone can start printing within 10 minutes of unboxing the device. No assembly, no setup, and no software downloads."


Resolution X-Y: 328 Microns                  
Resolution Z: 0.39-100 Microns

Build Area: 40x20x90mm (1.57x0.79x3.54")

Size: 85x110x235mm (3.4x4.3x9.25")

Weight: 1.1kg (2 Lbs 7oz)          
Power Consumption - Printing: 2.7 Watts (500mA @ 5v)                  
Power Consumption - Idle: 1.5 Watts (310mA @ 5v)                 
Connectivity: WiFi and/or 100BT Ethernet                  
Printer Software: 100% Browser Based. No software to install and configure.             
Material: Resin

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Trent Carter - Founder - Email                   
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