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OLO

The first ever smartphone 3D printer

19 alternative and related products to OLO

Cubiio

Your personal portable laser engraver

Cubiio is a portable laser engraver so you can put your custom design on basically everything, anytime. Cubiio will be your partner in decorating, changing, renovating and much more.

Hackster's Blog
Laser engravers are nothing new, they're a hallmark of hackerspaces around the world and many makers reading this probably have one sitting on their workbench. But, they're traditionally large, bulky...
Design Milk
Have you ever wanted to laser engrave wood, paper, leather, or a favorite dessert from the comfort of an app? Now you can with Cubiio.
Digital Trends
No self respecting "maker" studio should be without a laser cutter/engraver - so that you can carry out your business cutting wood into ultra-precise shapes or etching patterns into leather, all while pretending to be a James Bond villain.
Newatlas
Laser engravers are traditionally big, bulky units, meaning you have to cart the item you want engraved to the engraver. But a new laser engraver makes it easy to bring the engraver to the item. Controlled via a smartphone app, Cubiio literally puts a laser engraver in the palm of your hand.
6 Alternatives to Cubiio
Yahoo
Who says 3D-printing is only for scientists, architects, and other professional adults? Certainly not the team behind Toybox, Now, you can find Toybox on Indiegogo, and encourage creativity in your kids with this affordable and easy-to-use 3D printer.
Digital Trends
Have your kids explore their imaginations early with the Toybox 3D printer. Who says 3D-printing is only for scientists, architects, and other professional adults? Certainly not the team behind Toybox, Now, you can find Toybox on Indiegogo, and encourage creativity in your kids with this affordable and easy-to-use 3D printer.
Uncrate
Used to be if you wanted a new toy, you begged your parents to take you to the store. Now your kids can get a new toy without leaving the house with the Toybox 3D Printer. Combining specialized hardware with...
3 Alternatives to Toybox - Open Beta Edition

Instead of buying toys, you can 3D Print them at home while bonding with your child with Toy Maker. Toy Maker is a great way to teach children about technology and 3D Printing while developing their creativity and imagination.

Toy Maker is also an example that shows how developers can reach Desktop 3D Printer owners via AstroPrint's API.

SolidSmack
AstroPrint is on a roll. They're announcing the release of another app today that does two things for 3D printing. Toy Maker is a free app that 1) introduces kids to the world of 3D printing and 2) introduces developers to the capabilities of AstroPrint's Cloud platform.
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AstroPrint | With AstroPrint's suite of software products, everyday creatives can now simply and easily print 3D products. Following its 2014 graduation from the 500 Startups accelerator program, AstroPrint has successfully completed two Kickstarter campaigns, was named Editor's Choice at Maker Faire in 2015, and released the plug-and-play AstroBox Touch for… See more
8 Alternatives to Toy Maker by AstroPrint

Ultimaker 2+

3D Printer of your dreams

Shantanu Raghav- Product Guy @Mobiefit
This is one of most stable printer in the market, prints consistently good, easy to learn and based on repraps. I personally started of by making own reprap (prusa i3). I got its parts printed from an another reprap 3D printer and assembled it. It was a huge effort though to calibrate it and start making good prints. Took me 2 months, but this whole underst… See more
3 Alternatives to Ultimaker 2+
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