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New Leapfrog Bolt 3D Printer Launches For $4,299

Leapfrog Bolt 3D Printer

Leapfrog has announced a new addition to their range of 3D printers with the unveiling of the Leapfrog Bolt 3D Printer which comes equipped with a wealth of features and Leapfrog’s latest software.

The Bolt 3D Printer is even equipped with a built-in web camera allowing you to watch the progress of your print as it develops via your smartphone or web browser.

The latest 3D printer created by Leapfrog has been specifically designed to make 3D printing easier, faster and more reliable says the company, Who have equipped the latest 3D printer with dual extrusion 3D printing heads.

Features of the new Leapfrog Bolt 3D printer but is now available to purchase price to £4,299 include :

– Replicator mode: This creates an exact replica of the printed piece, so if you need multiples of your print this will cut the printing time in half.

– Mirror mode: This creates a mirrored copy on the bed of your print. This is useful for making moulds, orbs, left-right parts, without creating its counter part.

– The Bolt software can be accessed on the large touchscreen or by any device with a browser like your PC, phone and tablet using WiFi. It is not necessary to use a thumb drive anymore, just transfer your file to the Bolt storage from your PC, and start that print from any of your devices.

– The closed environment of the printer means the climate is better for hotter materials, reducing the warping and splitting between layers. Also, with the addition of the activated HEPA carbon filter, no pesky toxic vapours will be released, making it much safer to be around.

More details jump over to the 3D Printing Industry website via the link below or for full specifications jump over to the official Leapfrog website here.

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