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IPFS News Link • Technology: Computer Hardware

Startup Promises 3D Printer for $520

 The promise of desktop 3D printing — making your own toys, parts, models and more — faces one big barrier: existing 3D printers sure cost a lot.

RoBo 3D, a new project raising funds through Kickstarter, could make owning a personal 3D printer affordable. And based on the response, more than a few hobbyists are eager to start creating their own objects at home.

RoBo 3D has raised more than $96,000 — well beyond its goal of $49,000, since launching on Dec. 18.

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