At $229, it’s certainly priced right for a portable single-color 3D printer. Features such as auto calibration and an auto feeding filament system make for simple setup. The Nano is fully enclosed, too, to protect you from high heat levels while it prints objects as large as 4.7 inches (11.9 cm) square.
It will have a mobile app with the option to wirelessly print from a tablet and, eventually, a phone. It will be bundled with software to help get you started, but XYZprinting expects to launch a microsite with educational materials for home and school users in 2018 as well. So you don’t necessarily have to know how to use one from the beginning.
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