Could PrintrBot return? It seems founder Brooke Drumm wants to restart the 3D printer company with a partnership with Polar3D and a new design for a belt-driven 3D printer.
Last week the 3D print community noted the closure of Printrbot.
Long time 3D printer manufacturer abruptly closed their doors yesterday, after many years of operation.
I’m reading about the interesting collaboration between Polar 3D and Printrbot, who together have produced something they call the “Printrbelt”.
At the recent 3D Printshow in London we ran into Brook Drumm, CEO of PrintrBot and got an update on their developments.
PrintrBot has been selling a startling number of low-priced 3D printer kits recently, but now they’re branching out into a completely new product line: CNC Routers.
One of the first big-time winners in 3D printing Kickstarter campaigns was the Printrbot, which raised a then-record USD$830,827 (with an original goal of USD$25,000). We suspect it was Printrbot’s success that led to the explosion of subsequent 3D printer launches on the crowdfunding site. We chatted with Brook Drumm of Printrbot at the… Continue reading A New Printrbot, the Plus