Generate 3D models with iModela 3D printer
3D printers are no more limited to professionals only and these have become everybody’s ball game. Initially when they were available at exorbitant prices, only a few could afford and use them, but now these printers are in everyone’s reach. The same can be seen from the fact that Origo, the printer for 10-year-old users is priced at just $800. These 3D printers are now being manufactured by various companies at highly affordable prices.
Seeing the changing trends, apparently, Japanese organization, Roland DG have come up with their own 3D printer, the iModela iM=01. With an attractive and affordable price of 1 grand, the printer does it all for you. The small and compact printer easily fits into that small place next to your desktop.
"With iModela, artists around the world can bring their most innovative design ideas to life, adding dimension and style to creative projects, whether or not they have any previous experience with 3D technologies," said Midori Sugiyama, Roland DG product manager, in an official statement.
According to the manufacturer, the iModela printer can mill foam, balsa wood, wax, and plastic via PC software. The PC software allows you to design original 3D models as well as download them.
"iModela makes it easy to create a physical model from an artist's 3D rendering, using powerful 3D modeling technology to sculpt shapes, drill holes, create reliefs, smooth surfaces, and engrave designs," further added Sugiyama.
With the new iModela, now you can easily produce a replica 3D model of almost anything you want. Sounds pretty simple, isn't it?