Affordable Home 3D Printer From China Enters the Market
The interest in 3D printing has boomed in recent years with the development of open source community markets like Thingverse and the increasing availability of 3D printers. China’s advanced 3D printing manufacturing industry has now made this technology affordable.
The limit on what has been made by printers is almost non-existent, according to Chinavasion PR manager Rose Li, who says people have used printers to create everything from paperweights to working handguns. “3D printers represent a step into science fiction that nobody could have predicted five years ago,” said Li. “It’s like William Gibson and Philip K. Dick’s more pleasant visions are coming true.”
And while the materials to make items are getting cheaper, the printers are not, with Li saying people looking for a home 3D printer can expect to pay anywhere from a 1200 to 4000 US dollars. While the technology is cool, Li says there is no reason for it to cost that much with China solutions being available for only 700 US dollars. “By buying 3D printers direct from the factories, you avoid the marketing mark-ups charged by brands,” says Li.
Li says the company doesn’t only offer printers that can create objects with ABS and PLA filament, but do so easily thanks to the included easy to use software and 2GB SD card. It can work in any country of the world regardless of whether they run on 220v or 110v power.
Working hard to offer customers the latest in technology, Li says Chinavasion now stocks a 3D printer, a 3D printing pen as well as related accessories on the company’s website for half the price of any competitor.
Buyers can still expect high quality, cutting edge devices. Li says the company has built a strong reputation online for its fast shipping times, high quality products and world-class customer service. “With 360,000 registered customers Chinavasion has a strong reputation as a supplier of the latest electronics & gadgets.”