The new standard for a consumer 3D printer.

Cubibot is a small, clean, simple, stylish & cloud base 3D printer with a heated bed that brings fun and education to your life.

Would you recommend this product?
8 Reviews1.9/5
MarshallIndependent Human
The logo looks like a mix of the Obama logo, and the Sunrise for iOS icon.
@hypecraft RIP Sunrise
Nick Warner
VP, Digital Marketing - Eturi

I've always been interested in 3D printing as a new hobby. From the Kickstarter this seems like a "pro" level printer that I can afford. Backed!


Affordable, self-leveling bed, heated bed, smart notifications, and high temperature nozzle.


Compatible Android & iOS apps are in development.

Ish Baid
Founder @ Virtually | Ex-Facebook Eng

Talked to these guys at TechCrunch


-Looks like one of the first 3D printers that could be applicable for every day household use cases



Joshua Dance
Engineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker
Always caution with Kickstarters lots of projects don't ship. This is their first Kickstarter, so do your homework.
Timothy MooreElectronics enthusist

I would normally not contact anyone about this but cubibot has offended me personally. They stole my money and have refused me as a customer.

It all started I asked for an update on there kickstarter asking them to update because they said they would every month and they hadn't. They were already over 6 months overdue so I kind of expect at least good customer interaction but instead without any message they just refunded my money from kickstarter and won't respond to me at all. I ordered extra spool on kickstarter during conformation which was a kickstarter reward. They did not refund that money.

I tried contacting them but all they did was block my email and block me on every social media site. Very unprofessional. If you could ask them what they plan to do to rectify this situation I would be most grateful but until then, I will never buy one of there products ever again just based upon this act of just random hostility towards a single customer. That means there must be others like me who have been treated the same. I would not recommend endorsing them.


None. All other printers do what they do. The Mini up 2 is the same thing and is out now to the public


very aggressive towards customers. Steal your money.

They did the same crap to me. After waiting forever for some kind of update (6 months after the promised date also), I asked for an update. I wasn't rude but was instantly rejected as a customer, though I did get my investment back. (But they did have my money for almost a year) - I can't imagine what customer support for that product is but can imagine that its very poor. As good as the product sounds, I would avoid it as any product is only as good as the merchant is.
Yup same to me. I was backer number 6 on their campaign, fully supportive and excited about the project. I asked for an update as they were very silent and not responding to backers worries. Got an email saying I'd been refunded and kicked from the project. I was very annoyed at the time but turns out it was a blessing in disguise. Used the money to instead buy an anycubic i3 mega which I'm very happy with, and cubibot turned out to be a pile of crap by all accounts with horrendous customer service and an attitude problem.
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