Polyes Q1 SLA 3D Printing Pen to Launch a Kickstarter Campaign Soon

18 Dec

Future Make, the company developing the Polyes Q1 3D printing pen, a device that does not use thermoplastic, but instead relies on SLA technology to solidify liquid ink when you print will soon launch their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. The official website of the product now has a Polyes Q1 Kickstarter Trailer available (the video embedded above) along with the news that Polyes Q1 will hit Kickstarter soon before Christmas, so it should happen in the next few days. If the crowdfunding campaign is successful it will most likely take a few more months before deliveries start, but we should hopefully see the Polyes Q1 becoming a reality sometime in 2015.

The Polyes Q1 is not the only 3D printing ben that uses SLA (Stereolithography) technology, there is a competition already available in the fork of Creo Pop, a product that is already taking pre-orders with shipping announced to start in April 2015. The starter pack for CreoPop is available for $119 USD and the Polyes Q1 3D printing pen should be available for the same price after the Kickstarter campaign is over. The first backers of the Kickstarter project may however be able to get a unit earlier and for a lower price if they are among the first to back the Polyes Q1 when it launches their crowdfunding campaign. So stay tuned for more information when the Kickstarter campaign launches.

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