It costs $1,900 and is aimed at both professional and educational market.
The machine will churn out larger units with a max size of 10x8x8 inches, while the print resolution is now 0.1mm and printing speed 30 percent faster than its predecessor.
Other features include automatic calibration, an air filtration system that cuts down noise and making sure no noxious fumes escape. Perhaps most important to some is LED based “mood lighting” that tells you where you are on the printing front.
The unit comes with software, a build platform for warp free ABS printing and a one year limited guarantee and service.
The unit will be available in November, through Amazon and other shops, worldwide.