Jan 7, 2013
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CubeX 3D printer can create parts ‘as big as a basketball’
The new CubeX 3D printer from 3D Systems may have a steep $2,499 price tag, but the company is hoping two factors will make you overlook the cost: size and speed. Not only can the CubeX print parts that are “as big as a basketball” (there’s 1,070 cubic inches of space), but the company also claims that it can do so two times faster than competing printers in its class. 

CubeX 3D printer can create parts ‘as big as a basketball’

The new CubeX 3D printer from 3D Systems may have a steep $2,499 price tag, but the company is hoping two factors will make you overlook the cost: size and speed. Not only can the CubeX print parts that are “as big as a basketball” (there’s 1,070 cubic inches of space), but the company also claims that it can do so two times faster than competing printers in its class. 

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