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    Cubify Cube 3D Printer for the Home (video)



    The Cube is a WiFi enabled 3D printer.  You read that right.  It starts at $1,299 and includes 25 creations right out the box.  Some 3D model examples include an iPhone case, a sandal, bracelets, knobs and other assorted items that may or may not have any utility.  Fortunately, you can create your own models using the included software and print them out in variety of colors (10 in total).  Replacing an empty print cartridge looks ultra simple and you can print object that are up to  5.5″ x 5.5″ x 5.5″.

    Also available is a Kinect-To-Print app, which allows you to design objects with “coloring book simplicity,” then have them printed up and shipped to your door, or you can post your creations to the web for others to purchase and earn cash. The site also has a selection of games and other custom objects ready to be printed on demand either at home on the Cube 3D or by the company and shipped out to customers.

    The Cube, from Cubify, will start shipping on May 25th, 2012.  $1,299 gets you the printer only.

    Check out the video…

    David Novak
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