A new FDM/FFF 3D printer has been released that promises a pain-free experience for consumers with what it calls its SimplyPrint interface. The SimplyPrint 3D printer is Manli Technology Group’s latest technology offering, an attempt by the Hong Kong-based company to enter the emerging field of desktop 3D printing.
The SimplyPrint 3D printer is a modified version of the company’s recently released MXPrint machine, a single extruder 3D printer with a build volume of 140mm (L) x 140mm(W) x 150mm (H) with color LCD display capable of printing 1.75mm PLA at layer heights of between 0.13mm – 0.3mm. The new version of the fabricator is wrapped in a polished enclosure, to ensure a steady printing temperature and to make the machine easy on the eye. Manli has also added automatic bed calibration to the 3D printer, so that, upon inserting an SD Card with .stl file, users can more easily get printing right out of the box. Details surrounding the SimplyPrint are still relatively sparse, including reviews of the machine. For now, you can watch the company’s promo video below:
Though Manli has only just entered the 3D printing market, they’ve been in business for almost twenty years, manufacturing graphics cards, miniPCs, and accessories for mobile phones. Based on reviews of their NVIDIA graphics cards, the company makes a decent product. Their goods are sold through various distributors in Europe and Asia. As the company is relatively established, the SimplyPrint 3D printer may be a clean-looking contribution to the market, meant, initially, for customers in the areas of the world where Manli holds influence. Keep an eye on them, as they may steadily increase their presence in the 3D printing space.