DittoPro 3D printer by Tinkerine – Review
It’s not hard to discover a high-quality 3D printer, but finding one that won’t hurt you wallet is the one other story. Tinkerine, a 3D printing company from Vancouver, has decided to launch its Ditto Pro printer. This apparatus aims to offer all of the functionality of a considerably more expensive machine with a much lower cost, that may be especially helpful to educators.
Tom’s Guide took some of the Ditto Pro firsthand at SxSW 2014. While Tinkerine cannot yet reveal specs for the device, what we saw looked promising. The printer itself is tall rather than too wide, without extraneous sharp edges. A Tinkerine representative stressed which a sleek design was one of many device’s major selling points.
Tom’s Guide took some of the Ditto Pro firsthand at SxSW 2014. While Tinkerine cannot yet reveal specs for your device, what we should saw looked promising. The printer itself is tall and never too wide, without any extraneous sharp edges. A Tinkerine representative stressed that the sleek design was one of many device’s major selling points.
Previous styles of Tinkerine 3D printers – the Ditto+ and Litto – were developed for the DIY market and won several coveted awards from MAKE magazine. However, Tinkerine’s vision was to develop a simple to operate, elegant, and reliable 3D printer targeted at the prosumer and education markets. Tinkerine’s engineers spent more than a year in development and testing in the Ditto printer series before releasing it on the market.
This machine is so easy to use, that people are comfortable shipping it without training. It is our first recommendation for educational facilities that do not need to spend a lot of time just using a printer to get it to be effective. However, if you are within the Newark, DE area, we encourage you to definitely make the most of our presenceand enroll in a