...a company can put a OneUp on every engineer's or artists' desk without breaking the bank...
Little Rock, Arkansas (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
After shattering the $200 barrier to 3D printing, and the OneUp continues to lead the way in consumer level 3D printing. Up until now, the OneUp and its big brother, the TwoUp, have only been available in satin black finished frame, but no longer! After shipping well over 1000 units, Q3D has released 10 new and exciting colors to liven up your workspace. The frames are made from 100% precision laser cut acrylic in a rainbow of transparent colors.
"Despite the low price, the OneUp delivers professional level output down to 50 micron resolution at high speeds," said Nathan Myers Lead Sales for Q3D. "The price point is low enough that a company can put a OneUp on every engineer's or artists' desk without breaking the bank; access to 3D printing en masse is a game-changing productivity boost."
Myers announced another exciting change to the OneUp line, retail packaging. While still embracing the Open Source movement and the values of a family-owned and operated company, Q3D is breaking into the consumer level market by placing 3D printers on store shelves, near you, at an unbeatable price.
What Sets Apart the OneUp 3D Printer?
50 Micron Layer Resolution - At double the resolution of the industry standard, the OneUp can deliver professional level prototypes reliably.
Modular/Expandable Capabilities - Upgrade kits to add triple the build volume to 7"x7"x5" and heated build platforms can be added at any time in the life of the product. Start small and expand your capabilities as needed.
Laser Cut Acrylic Options - Fun, lively and exciting colors are now available for the OneUp and expansion kits. No longer are 3D printers confined to boring muted hues akin the days of the Model T; a rainbow of glossy options are available.
Both the OneUp ($199) and TwoUp ($279) with its expanded build area are available directly at Q3DPrinter.com and beginning this Fall in retailers near you and several online marketplaces.
Founded in 2012, Little Rock-based Q3D (http://www.q3dprinter.com) continues to grow its own line of products and supply 31 other 3D printer manufacturers as OEM.