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Kiwi-3D Sharebot

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Kiwi-3D Kiwi-3D Product description: A desktop 3D printer with a maximum build size of 140 x 100 x 100 mm, manufactured by Sharebot. Customer reviews:
Review of the Kiwi-3D desktop 3D printer. - by , Oct 12, 2014
4.2/ 5stars
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Basic specs Price: $ 814696 €623 £92,003 ¥
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Model Kiwi-3D
Manufacturer Sharebot
Category Desktop
Technology Extrusion (FFF, FDM...)
Material PLA
Max. build size 140 × 100 × 100 mm5.51 × 3.94 × 3.94 in
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Sharebot Kiwi-3D review

The Sharebot Kiwi-3D is a small desktop 3D printer made by Sharebot, a manufacturer based in Italy.

The Sharebot Kiwi-3D is a smaller version of the Sharebot Next Generation.

 
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Kiwi-3D Sharebot

General

Model Kiwi-3D
Manufacturer Sharebot
Metascore
Price $ 814696 €623 £92,003 ¥
Release date
Country
Status discontinued
Category Desktop
Technology Extrusion (FFF, FDM...)
Material PLA
Filament diameter 1.75 mm0.07 in
OS compatibility Mac OS, Microsoft Windows, Linux
Generic material Yes

Performance

XY accuracy
Max. build size 140 × 100 × 100 mm5.51 × 3.94 × 3.94 in
Max. build volume 1.40 L
Max. print speed
Min. layer thickness 0.1 mm0.004 in

Hardware

Dimensions 310 × 330 × 350 mm12.2 × 12.99 × 13.78 in
Weight 26 kg57.32 lb
Nozzle diameter(s)
Power input

Features

Heated print bed
Heated build chamber
Automatic calibration
Closed frame
Dual extruder
Independent Dual Extruder
Full color
LCD screen Yes
Touchscreen
On-board camera
Mobile app
3D scanners
CNC mill
Electronics 3D printing
Laser engraving
Conveyor belt
Air filter

Connectivity

USB Yes
Wifi
Bluetooth
SD card Yes
Ethernet
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