World’s First Dual ARM Open Source 3D Printer - Amaker™

Amaker3D announced that the Amaker™ 3D printer will be launched on Kickstarter and will be accepting orders from April 15, 2014, 9 a.m. PDT.

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Amaker™ - World's First Dual ARM Open Source 3D Printer

Amaker™ - World's First Dual ARM Open Source 3D Printer

AMAKER 3D printer empowers users to print in multi colors. Users can easily switch colors anytime during printing to create unique effects.

(PRWEB) April 11, 2014

Amaker3D has announced that they will be launching pre-orders for their new 3D printer, Amaker™ 3D printer on Kickstarter. This crowdfund website is the world’s leading platform for creative and innovative projects.

“We’re thrilled and honored to be on Kickstarter. There are strict requirements to fulfill for technology projects in all aspects of design, functionality, operations and manufacturing plans etc. We’ve adhered to the vetting and criteria selection process,” says Shufen Yeo, Amaker3D’s co-founder. “We’ve designed Amaker from the ground up and we’re excited to present the new features this 3D printer offers.”

Amaker3D aims to raise the 3D printing capability and to create a new intuitive 3D printing experience for everyone from beginners to professionals. The printer is designed with next generation electronics using ARM processors and touchscreen LCD. The sleek printer design is built with aluminum structure and integrated threaded lead screw stepper motors for precise motion control and high efficiency. Timing belts or couplings are no longer needed. This design ensures printing accuracy of a CNC on a 3D printer.

“Designed with users’ experience in mind, we’ve added a full color touch screen LCD to allow easy control of the entire printer,” says Yeo. “Various printer actions have been coded into selectable utilities for easy activation via LCD. AMAKER 3D printer empowers users to print in multi colors. Users can easily switch colors anytime during printing to create unique effects.”

“We look forward to using exciting new filament materials on Amaker 3D printer,” says Siew Hong Goh, Amaker3D’s co-founder. “To ensure good 3D printer performance, our beta printer prototype has been subjected to three months of vigorous stress testing. Hot end has been tested to function at a high temperature up to 315°C. These testing results helped confirm that we have a robust 3D printing solution. We want to introduce a 3D printer that not only prints well, but well built to last long printing hours and with the ability to explore new materials.”

Amaker3D has decided to open source this new design as the founders strongly believe that an open source environment stimulate creativity. Amaker3D founders are inspired by the open source community and would like to contribute to the community.

Amaker3D is offering the Amaker™ printer bundled with filament spools in the Kickstarter campaign. All printers are functionally checked with actual 3d printing, therefore it is meant to function out of the box with minimum set up.

Amaker3D has also released two videos. The first video shows the internal mechanisms of the Amaker™ 3D printer in action. The video demonstrates the printing of a vase with user friendly touchscreen LCD interface. It also shows that the printed part can be easily removed from the platform.

The second video shows the ability of Amaker™ to print multiple colors in the same object. It does not require re-creation of the 3D model nor any code editing to achieve this build. Users can easily switch colors anytime.

The Amaker™ 3D printer campaign will be launched on April 15, 2014 9 a.m. PDT. Interested parties can access their Kickstarter campaign at the stipulated time via