Skriware – a Polish-Swedish startup developing a 3D printing ecosystem for educational and home purposes has unveiled its latest device at the Gitex Technology Week 2017 – one of the world’s largest technology events.
Skriware 2 is a successor of the start-up’s first, Kickstarter-funded device. The new 3D printer model will enable simpler, more powerful and intuitive way to 3D print and manage users’ projects.
The Skriware 2 3D printer is an intuitive, Plug’n’Play device with a user-friendly interface that can be easily used by anyone, regardless of their age or skills. While it requires no prior 3D printing experience, it is still designed to fully meet the expectations of advanced users.
The design of Skriware’s latest device is a nod to its predecessor, however, it incorporates numerous improvements. Among the new model’s distinctive features there are a much larger workspace and a double extruder which allows simultaneous printing with various colors and materials. Furthermore, Skriware 2 features a full-color touch screen with an intuitive and user-friendly interface. The 7-inch display provides users with direct access to their personal online 3D libraries including robotic designs and allows to prepare any 3D model to print, which previously needed additional software on the separate device.
“Skriware 2 makes 3D printing process easier and more intuitive than ever, giving our customers revolutionary user experience. It is a new member of Skriware ecosystem which allows users to freely cross the boundaries of their imagination and, among others, create customized 3D printed robots, learn programming, and discover the art of design,” said Karol Górnowicz.
Skriware 2 has been unveiled in Dubai on October 9th, during one of the world’s largest technology event – Gitex Technology Week 2017. The 3D printer will retail for $1800, but will be $1599 in preorder. More information and detailed printer specification are available on their website.