Kudo 3D, a company specialized in the manufacture and design of 3D printers based in the United States and Taiwan, presents its new printer, a model that has been baptized as Kudo 3D Titan 2 and of which they already accept orders whose first units will begin to reach their future owners at the beginning of July 2016. As a detail, tell you that the new Titan 2 incorporates a series of improvements over the original design carried out thanks to the suggestions of all users who at the time opted for the first version.
Going into a little more detail, as has been commented from Kudo 3D, one of the main improvements lies in the implementation of a much simpler and more intuitive design in addition to the incorporation of technologies such as wireless connection and the arrival of a control software via web. On the other hand, the platform has been improved while reducing the exposure of the uncured resin to ambient light.
Personally, I have to confess that I was especially struck by the fact that the company itself indicates that, to run the control software, it has directly opted for installing a Raspberry Pi 3 which we can access through a WiFi connection with a browser, something that makes it easier for us to work with any type of operating system or device. Due precisely to this interesting option, from a single device you can control multiple printers at once.
Continuing with the news, the company indicates in turn that in the Kudo 3D Titan 2 they have installed a needle of only 45 microns in diameter, almost half that of a human hair, which in turn should improve the resolution of the figures or printed objects. If you are interested in getting a unit, tell you that today you can reserve yours from the company website at a price that borders 3.000 euros.