Sample-licious: Dimension uPrint Salt Shaker

Dimension is now promoting their sub-$15K uPrint desktop “personal” 3D printer. It build parts out of its ABSplus material, which is apparently tougher than you average printed 3D part. I wouldn’t mind having one of these babies sitting next to me spitting out concept forms, but at $14,900, I’m going to have to wait a little longer…

You can get a free sample part (a little twisty salt shaker with integral threads) here.


2 Responses to “Sample-licious: Dimension uPrint Salt Shaker”

  1. 1 I Heart Robotics August 6, 2009 at 7:11 pm

    On my website I reviewed the uPrint and compared it to the older Stratasys Prodigy Plus. The ABS Plus has more strength due to better bonding between the layers and the surface quality seems a little higher.

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