"The OneUp can print at the same quality level as a Stratasys Mojo (Stratasys' least expensive offering) at 1/50th the cost."
Little Rock, AR (PRWEB) November 06, 2013
QU-BD, Inc.'s One Up has finally breached the $200 price threshold for widespread consumer adoption of a commercial grade 3D printer. QU-BD, Inc., makers of the world's fastest 3D printers, have brought to market a reliable, easy to use, consumer oriented 3D printer, the OneUp. Instead of consumers buying the new XBox One or Playstation 4 they have a much more useful purchasing option for the upcoming Holidays. The OneUp uses industry leading precision linear motion components, proven extrusion technology and a completely open-source design that allows anyone to jump head first into the exciting world of 3D printing.
"There simply aren't any 3D printers anywhere near the price point that can produce reliable results like we can get out of the OneUp," said David Mainard, President of QU-BD, Inc. "The OneUp can print at the same quality level as a Stratasys Mojo (Stratasys' least expensive offering) at 1/50th the cost. Companies can afford to purchase one of our printers for every employee for the same cost as a single unit from Stratasys. That's game changing," said Nathan Myers, head of design for QU-BD, Inc. The OneUp was designed as a no frills, down to basics 3D printer that can create stunning results with very little effort.
The OneUp offers the following specifications:
Minimum Layer Height: 50 Microns (more than triple the resolution of a Stratasys Mojo)
Max Travel: 100x100x125mm (can be upgraded to 175x175x125mm)
Maximum Travel Speed: 150mm/s
Maximum Print Speed: 100mm/s
For more information please visit QU-BD.com
About QU-BD, Inc.
QU-BD, Inc. founded in early 2012 by David Mainard and Nathan Myers, both engineers and product development specialists, builds world class 3D printers at affordable price points. Consistent 20% monthly growth and partnerships with 28 3D printer companies as manufacturing OEM, along with producing products sold in more than 80 countries has allowed QU-BD to guide the development of this exciting technology.