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A universal paste extruder for virtually any desktop 3D printer. Go beyond plastic: print silicone, nutella, wood filler + much more.
A universal paste extruder for virtually any desktop 3D printer. Go beyond plastic: print silicone, nutella, wood filler + much more.
511 backers pledged CA$ 126,086 to help bring this project to life.

Discov3ry Production Update - March 9

Posted by Structur3D Printing (Creator)
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All Beta Units Have Shipped

All Discov3ry units designated for Beta Backers have left our facility and the team is now focusing on manufacturing and shipping Production Batch 1. 

Join the Conversation

As the first users, you have become developers and your expertise is invaluable to the maker community. We encourage you to share your experiences through the Structur3d forum.You may have questions on how to install and print with the Discov3ry; alternatively, you could provide tips and help other users. A couple early Beta Backers have already begun uploading content. 

Here is an early clay print from user @cor5151:

Sourcing, Manufacturing and Testing (Production)

All production parts have either arrived or are being locally manufactured at this moment. All remaining parts are accounted for to fulfill every Kickstarter order, as well as to begin our post-Kickstarter shipments.

Kickstarter Fulfillment  

  • Production Batch #1 Backers - Estimated delivery April 2015.  
  • Production Batch #2 and #3 Backers - Estimated delivery for May 2015 and onwards.   
  •  Backer T-shirts - All of the T-shirt backers who have completed their survey have shipped. Newly completed surveys shipped once per week. More shirts are available on our website
  • Nutella Selfies - The world's second Nutella selfie was given to backer #2; delivery will be ongoing for remaining backers. As always, if you haven't given us your shipping address yet, just go over to discov3ry.backerkit.com, and enter the email address you use on Kickstarter.

 Epic Print of the Week: The Ultimate Test

This week we saw a print float up on 3ders.com and it looks intense. With this one object you can test your printer's abilities for just about everything. Overhang, flatness, various shapes, fine details, holes etc. The print is intended to expose the printer's handicaps and as such, increase future success. 

Are you up to the challenge? Thingiverse file here.

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    1. Structur3D Printing Creator on

      Batch 2 will begin shipping in late April, and if we can accelerate our production to get them all in April, we certainly will.

    2. Missy Hp on

      I thought batch 2 was in April?