3D printing is a fairly new technology, that has only reached the hands of people in design related industries or enthusiasts. 3D printers take the ideas from our imaginations and bring them to reality when paired with the right computer software. This technological achievement comes at a price. Most quality 3D printers are more than $1,000, which is a lot of money to shell out for people looking towards 3D printing as a possible new hobby.The uni-body printer called the TIKO is the answer to this problem and at one-fifth of the price it is an absolute steal.
The printer is supposed to address the inaccuracy that many of today’s 3D printers experience. Most 3D printers are built on separate rails, but TIKO is built with the rails within the system. This helps deal with problems like, misalignments, constant calibration, and inaccurate prints. The device’s frame is strong and sturdy, but also light so its easy to transport. This device has a kick starter that started off only seeking $100,000 to bring this project to life, and has been met with $2,056,491 and counting. For $179 you can join the other 11,581 backers and receive your very own TIKO and turn your ideas into 3D realities.