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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 - April 10

Posted by Structur3D Printing (Creator)
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All Hands on Deck!

All of the parts have arrived to our manufacturing facility for the rest of the orders. As such, full fledged construction has begun. Each and every unit is being built with love, tenderness, and attention to detail. To top it off, we got these spiffy boxes to ship your Discov3ries in!

The whole package
The whole package

Kickstarter Fulfillment

  • Production Batch #1 Backers - Estimated ship date 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.

Get Past3d! Video Series

As some of you may have already noticed, we have begun a paste printing video blog accessible on our YouTube channel. All the topics behave as tutorials on a particular project and should help you better understand and harness the full capability of the Discov3ry Extruder. Watch for tips on print settings, materials, post processing, and more. 

The first episode is Printing with Silicone

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Epic Print of the Week - Bento 

Japanese student, Yoshihiro Asano hacked his Lunchbot to spice up bland meals like rice with colorful furikake seasoning. There seems to be a trend in "on-demand dining" right now - definitely an area where 3DP can provide value.

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Happy Making!

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    1. Sourcery on

      About the Past3d video series, could you make a video about the best "consistency" of the paste to be used... What is to hard what is too loose maybe do a few comparissons and discussion on that.... Thanks. Eagerly waiting to get my hands on my Discov3ry :)

    2. Structur3D Printing Creator on

      Hey Matthew, you are in Production Batch 1.

      Best,
      Olga

    3. Matthew Mead on

      How do I find out which batch I am in, so I can tell when my unit will ship?