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3D printing is all the rage lately. From artificial limbs to those little plastic sticks that keep the collar of your dress shirt nice and straight, 3D printers can print, quite literally, anything. Recently, the movement has spread from professionals to people who are dying to 3D print in their own homes. Unfortunately, until lately, the process has been so complicated and expensive that very few average Joe’s could manage to own and operate their very own 3D printer. Now, however, the tides are turning in favor of home 3D printing and the folks at Makism 3D Printers have made the process as simple as operating a traditional inkjet printer.
A 3D Revolution At Home
Maksim has made every effort to ensure that their 3D printers are easy-to-operate and will fit into each user’s life. Let’s take a closer look at what Makism 3D Products have to offer consumers:
Maksim’s flagship home 3D printer, the Wideboy, is unlike any other ‘home’ 3D printer we have seen thus far. Not only is it completely ready to use right out of the box, but it also touts a much wider variety of 3D printing applications, effectively expanding what you can do with your printer.
All Metal Extruders
All metal extruders, coupled with a temperature stabilized build chamber, allows users to print with a wider variety of materials, such as nylon and polycarbonate, as well as a significantly wider range of support materials.
A Size For All Needs
The Wideboy family of printers are available in small (Wideboy), medium (Wideboy Pro), and large (Wideboy Mega) dimensions to accommodate all 3D printing needs, whether they be ambitious or beginner.
With a family of printers that are operational right out of the box, Maksim 3D Printers has become a clear leader in the 3D printing industry. So, why not give home 3D printing a shot? Whether your print projects are for work, school, or just for fun, Maksim’s family of Wideboy printers are fun, easy to use, and effective. For more information about Maksim’s family of printers, visit the Makism 3D Corp website.