Buildatron Systems to present a revolutionary 3D printer, the Buildatron 1, at the World Maker Faire September 17 and 18th at New York Hall of Sciences in New York City, NY.
Today Buildatron Systems announced the international launch of the Buildatron 1 3D printer which will “Build a Revolution” through affordable 3D printing. Their offering represents a new paradigm in 3D personal manufacturing technology and will be exhibited at the World Makerfaire in New York City on September 17th and 18th. Buildatron’s exhibit at the Maker Faire will showcase both the fully assembled Buildatron 1 3D printer based off the with metal and plastic cases as well as the un-assembled Buildatron 1 social network driven DIY (Do It Yourself) 3D printer kit. In addition to highlighting their machine they plan to give demonstrations and to convert the thousands of Maker Faire attendees to the RepRap Community and the rapidly growing capabilities of 3D prototyping and the effects both can have in shaping and changing lives.
Buildatron will be the latest and most exciting addition to the World Maker Faire’s 3D printer village which has grown to include 22 hobbyist and 8 commercial vendors with varying focuses. The Maker Faire is an event created by Make Magazine to "celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset". This year the two-day festival will open in the New York Hall of Sciences in New York (Queens), on September 17 and 18th. Like its more serious counterparts, it is a gathering of geeks, but with the addition of do-it-yourself enthusiasts, back-yard scientists, garage tinkerers, artists and crafts people.