Many of us have been users who, before buying a 3D printer, have dedicated ourselves to searching all corners of the network for communities where we can get files to print and see, above all, that are compatible with the machine we want to buy. Undoubtedly a very interesting idea since, in addition to being able to manufacture very good quality objects, we can learn a lot by modifying these types of files.
Imagine if now you had all this work just a click away, this is precisely what the Spanish company Tumaker offers to all users interested in acquiring a Fly away, a fully accessible online content platform with more than 20.000 3D models already developed by professionals that have been divided into 24 categories where, as expected, there are some such as games, science, crafts ...
Tumaker Voladd reaches the market with a huge content platform behind it
In the words of Jon bengoetxea, current CEO of Tumaker:
Our hypothesis is the following: if people consume content (sound, image, text ...) without needing to generate it, why would it be different with more tangible things?
The idea is that any user just has to open the box, press the button and start the process. Everything is integrated. You don't need to download any programs. This is a radical novelty because now printer manufacturers go one way and content manufacturers on the other. We provide everything at once
If you are interested in getting a Tumaker Voladd, tell you that the company plans that the first 3.000 units reach the market just in the Christmas season at a price of 600 euros. This production will gradually increase until reaching 100.000 units per year already in 2020. As a last detail, just tell you that the cartridges necessary to work with this 3D printer will have a price that will range between 14 and 28 euros depending on the material.