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First Croatian 3D Printer Set to Hit the Shelves

CroatiaThe first Croatian 3D printer is about to hit the shelves later this month…

Tech company HG Spot will launch the Forcebook UltraPrint 3D on the Croatian market on 22 May. The 11 kilogram device has taken a year and a half to develop and after passing the development, testing and control phases in Croatia, the Forcebook UltraPrint 3D, which has been manufactured with help from HG Spot’s Chinese partners, is ready to enter the local market.

Forcebook UltraPrint 3D printing allows almost every model necessary (maximum size 225x145x150 mm), and with the use of some additional programmes such as Google SketchUp, AutoCAD and Blender, it is possible to create your own 3D models. The 3D printer will come with instructions in the Croatian language and will be able to be used with, or without a computer. The price tag is expected to be around 1,000 EUR. (pic: Tportal.hr)

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