The Peachy 3D Printer is Looking Very Peachy

We wrote earlier this week on the launch Peachy, a new 3D printer with some very revolutionary features. It, like many new ventures, used crowdfunding to get started. 
 
With a Kickstarter goal of USD$50,000, it was inevitable that they'd hit it. They did the first day. But what happened next? 
 
So far they've raised over USD$400,000 on Kickstarter, far above their target. But wait, it gets better: Peachy is also available on Indiegogo, where they've raised another USD$22,000. Both campaigns have weeks yet to run, so we're expecting the Saskatoon-based operation to have a rather healthy bank account when the smoke clears. 
 
The large sums of cash do not ensure a successful product, but they do greatly increase the odds of that happening. This level of funding should be more than sufficient for the project to proceed and have a good shot at making their concepts real. 
 
We're wondering where the fundraising will finish. At this rate,  they could land some USD$2.5M and be able to join the ranks of the major personal 3D printer manufacturers. 
 
One more thing: Their Kickstarter campaign ends on October 20th, but their Indiegogo campaign ends on October 24th. Those that miss out on the Kickstarter window will get a few more days to buy one of these unusual 3D printers. 
 

General Fabb

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has been writing Fabbaloo posts since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!

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