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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

NexD1 Printer Brings Polyjet-Style 3D Printing to Consumers, Adds Conductive Resins Like many media outlets, Make: has an interesting relationship with crowdfunding projects — there are so many interesting ideas launching every day, but also so many examples of projects that are delivered late, and sometimes not at all. Because of this we usually stay away from coverage of new campaigns that come up. But once in a while we get to see something that excites us enough to sidestep our unofficial policy.

Last week, Ludwig Faerber and Ben Hartkopp from Berlin-based Next Dynamics stopped by to show us their about-to-launch-on-Kickstarter 3D printer, the NexD1.

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