We’ve discussed 3D printing in considerable detail in recent months. This high-tech industry seems on the cusp of a breakthrough and 3D printing stocks like Stratasys (SYSS), 3D Systems (DDD) and Voxeljet (VJET) have frequently been in headlines. Ever since CES, 3D printer reviews have been increasing too, as companies push to get their products into consumer hands.
One of the first 3D printers to go mainstream — landing a distribution deal that saw it on shelves in Staples (SPLS) stores for $1,299 — was the Cube 3D Printer from 3D Systems.
I had the opportunity to spend nearly a month playing with the Cube 3D Printer, one that 3D printer reviews describe as being among the first wave of consumer-focused models trying to make the leap from hobbyist workbench to home use. Does it succeed?
Read our 3D printer review of the Cube 3D Printer from DDD to find out.