3D Systems Cube Printer 2nd Generation in BLUE
Plug and play simplicity. Voted MAKE magazine's "easiest to use" and "most reliable" 3D printer. Straight out of the box - you can get started immediately with the Cube's simple setup. Just plug it in and start. The only 3D printer certified for safe at-home use by adults and children.
Print in ABS and PLA. Now the Cube prints in two materials. Not only in strong recyclable ABS, but also compostable PLA.
Print in vibrant colors. The Cube uses material cartridges in 16 different colors including vibrant colors, neutral colors, metallic silver and glow in the dark.
Print anything up to 5.5" x 5.5" x 5.5". Resolution: 200 microns.
Goodbye cables, hello Wi-Fi. The Cube 3D printer has Wi-Fi so loading is a breeze. Send your prints to the Cube from your computer.
16 Print Colors
The 2nd generation Cube supports 16 different print colors in ABS and PLA plastic (please note that you can only use one color at a time and you cannot swap cartridges in the middle of a print)
Plug and Play
You can start printing right out of the box. The 2nd-generation Cube comes fully assembled so all you need to do is attach the cartridge. The 2nd-gen Cube also comes with 25 free ready-to-print creations so you'll be able to see it in action
The included Cube software lets you prep an existing 3D model for printing on the 2nd-gen Cube. It lets you orient it, scale it, add supports to it if needed and then turns the model into a .cube file that the Cube can print. If you're looking for a separate design software, check out Cubify Invent on 3D Systems' website. The Cube can directly print .cube files. The Cube software, which comes with the Cube, can convert .stl and .creation files into .cube files. Most CAD software (like Alibre Design, Rhinoceros, SolidWorks, Solid Edge, Creo, etc.) can create .stl files. The .obj files from Maya and ZBrush will need to be converted to .stl files first. There is no limit on the file size, but generally anything over 500MB would be considered very large