Nine 3D Print, the 3D printer that changes size

The Nine3D is one of the first printers in the world that can be modulated in size according to the project to be made, it also has shock absorbers to avoid printing errors

Imagine an inexpensive 3D printer that can build objects of different sizes and is able to change its size according to the user's needs. Now don't imagine it anymore because it's the new Nine 3D made by start-up Easily Build. And the base model costs only $199, just over $165 at today's exchange rate.

The New Nine 3D is currently being launched on the popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. Compared to printers in the same price category the Nine 3D is three times faster and most importantly it is modular. Depending on the project we need to create, we can change the size of the printer to make larger or smaller objects. There are three different models available for purchase on Kickstarter. In addition to the basic one from 199 dollars there is an intermediate version from 399 dollars (334 euros at current exchange rates). With this model we will also get a 3D design tool. And there is also a premium version from $999 (about 835 euros at current exchange rate) that has free shipping and allows several advanced settings during design.

Features Nine 3D

Shipments of the first two models, those from 199 dollars and 399 dollars, will start in December 2017 while the premium version will be shipped (once the economic result is achieved on Kickstarter) in January 2018. This is one of the first 3D printers with print dampeners. This avoids oscillations during the realization of projects. It should be remembered that oscillations at the moment are among the main causes of printing errors in most 3D printers. The Nine 3D also has special ventilation ducts that eliminate additional imperfections during printing. The printer also supports most 3D object filaments currently on the market. The company Easily Build is based in Seattle in the United States and has had good success in the past on Kickstarter with the first generation Nine 3D. Its founder is Rory Korathu-Larson, an engineer with thirteen years of experience in the world of 3D printing.