STACKER is a modular, commercial-grade 3D printer

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This commercial-grade 3D printer lets Makers print up to four objects at once.

While 3D printers on Kickstarter are seemingly a dime a dozen these days, those that are capable of garnering nearly $200,000 in funds are much rarer. The Stacker 3D team recently joined forces with filament manufacturer ColorFabb to launch what they’re calling an “affordable commercial-grade 3D printer” dubbed STACKER.


Most commercial 3D printers on the market today are not only extremely slow, they’re ridiculously expensive as well. As a result, Makers are left out in the cold with no other choice than to turn to consumer-level machines. This is something the Minneapolis-based startup is looking to change. Designed with offices, schools, Makerspaces and small to medium-sized companies in mind, STACKER boasts a number of unique features that will surely set itself apart from the ever-growing 3DP pack.

For one, the machine is equipped with multi-print technology that enables users to print up to four of the same objects at the same time, and with up to…

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