Mag ICreatum All-in-One 3D Printer Offers CNC, Plotter And Laser Engraving From $99 (video)

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Mag ICreatum All-in-One 3D Printer

A new modular 3D printer has been created by MAG basted in Italy called the Mag ICreatum, which has been designed to provide an all-in-one 3D printing machine that can laser engrave, CNC cut, plot and of course 3D print.

Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about this new desktop 3D printing and multifunctional system which is taken to Kickstarter this week to raise the €50,000 the team requires to move into production.

MAG explain a little more about the inspiration and features of their new Mag ICreatum :

 3D printers are amazing. Unfortunately, they used to be hulking, complicated, expensive, and with limited functions. We’ve been hearing about and experiencing the pain of setting up the difficult-to-use DIY 3D printer kit and being limited by the standard plug-and-play 3D printer. We are hoping to change that. So we came up with an idea: create an all-metal 3D printer, which is easy-to-use for beginners, expandable for makers, and truly affordable for everyone. That’s why we designed Mag Creator to be all-metal and all-in-one.

With so many 3D printer options, it can be difficult to decide on the right model. Luckily, MAG Creator makes the choice easy by combining 3D printing, CNC carving, laser engraving, and more modular functions. It is the only 3D printer you will ever need – for work or at home.

Unlimited, elegant, and simple — MAG is the right choice for everyone because it is simple to set up, elegantly designed, and has an unlimited capacity for expansion. In addition to the basic FFF (fused filament fabrication) 3D printing, MAG is equipped with a built-in 3D System and supports an ever-increasing array of interchangeable modules. MAG is the everything 3D printer that grows with you— meeting not only your 3D printing needs today, but also of all your tomorrows.  With MAG’s modular design, customizing your MAG experience to meet your specific needs is a cinch. Modules come with effortless interchangeability–no tools needed.

Source: Kickstarter

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