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Cubify Cube 3D Printer 2nd Generation SILVER


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Cubify
Color Name Silver
EAN 0610370653500 , 8718215784753 , 0433599302369 , 0365110503071
Item Weight 9.48 pounds
Material Type Plastic
Number of Items 1
Part Number 381000
Size Name 18.0000" l x 18.0000" w x 22.0000" h x
UNSPSC Code 43212100
UPC 365110503071 , 433599302369 , 610370653500

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Product Features

  • Cubify Cube 3D Printer 3nd Generation Silver

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 x 13.4 inches ; 9.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00B6RCLKI
  • Item model number: 381000
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,970 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Cubify Cube 3D Printer 2nd Generation SILVER + Cube Compostable PLA Plastic Cartridge, Black + Cube Recyclable ABS Plastic Cartridge - Red
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Product Description

Now the Cube prints in two materials. Not only in strong recyclable ABS, but also compostable PLA. The Cube uses material cartridges in 16 different colors including vibrant colors, neutral colors, metallic silver and glow in the dark The Cube 3D printer has Wi-Fi so loading is a breeze. Send your prints to the Cube from your computer Print anything up to 5.5 x 5.5 x 5.5 You get 25 free 3D files with your Cube

Customer Reviews

This 3D printer is a POC.
TraderVance23
This second repair lasted another week and it again failed.
Jay E. Raxter
The Cube might rate five stars...I wouldn't know.
Jenifer McLain

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Jay E. Raxter on June 18, 2013
I see there is a 5 star review out also...This isn't a criticism of that review but based on several printers that are comparable. First, I own a Cube (donated to local HS..see why in review), a Replicator 2 (home), and a Replicator 2X (work). I also have friends with everything from home built rep-raps (all flavors), a Rostock, and even a private Mojo.

PROS-
* small and compact
* very simple operation
* very simple software front end
* 3D systems is a major player in the 3D printer world
* available at many consumer outlets not just specialty stores
* support was very good
* 3D systems has an online design/download 'sandbox' up which is great for ready use items
* Cubify Invent ($49) is an outstanding CAD designed for 3D printers...much easier to use than full blown CAD programs.

CONS-
* supposed to be able to print ABS...does NOT do this well
* cartridge filament system while simple is VASTLY overpriced compared to rolled filament of most printers...like 400% markup
* no heated build tray
* simple front end is great for downloadable items from 3D systems but doesn't play well with outside CAD systems
* front end is simple but leaves out many required selections to make it simple which impacts any print you use
* slooooow
* only has medium quality capability
* glue based build plate
* build quality is very nice looking but mechanically has high failure rate

I purchased the V2.0 cube in January. I had actually thought I was getting a V1.0 (which has the heated build tray). The unit shipped quickly and was slickly packaged. The instructions were dead simple. It was ready to print out of the box. I set it up and had one of the demo parts (Rook) printing fairly quickly.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Chipp Walters on August 10, 2013
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Here's the story...

A year ago, after much research, I purchased Gen 1 Cube. I was looking for a simple plug and play product, which didn't need a bunch of tinkering with. Instructions and setup for Gen 1 were absolutely terrible, and I think this caused problems in the print head as I didn't wait long enough before yanking out the filament and started getting the dreaded "filament error" which in my case required a new print head.

After receiving a new print head (rushed delivery), it started working as advertised. FWIW, customer support rocks and I can't say enough about how important *THAT* is to a cutting (bleeding?) edge technology product.

A couple of the features I really like in Gen 1 is the disply screen (not all printers have these) and the ability to print from a USB key (again, not all printers have this feature.) Gen 1 has both of these as well. The single and superb feature Gen 1 has that Gen 2 doesn't have, is the heated print bed. I am told the lack of a heated print bed warps ABS parts in Gen 2. I've also researched several workarounds, which I'll share as soon as I receive my Gen 1 next week-- and will post results here as well.

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- Unlike other reviewers, I'm not a 3D hobbyist/tinkerer and I don't want a printer I have to keep adjusting, tweaking, and updating. I suppose it's a bit like a car owner who prefers his Prius over a car hobbyist who likes his '66 Mustang. I'm just NOT interested in futzing with this thing. I want a commodity device which JUST works. And mine does.

- Repeatable both good and bad EVERY time.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By TraderVance23 on January 14, 2014
Really, do a great deal of research on these beasts. First, it isn't easy to connect via wireless. Second if you do connect you may be able to print something in the slimy green plastic filament they give you (worst color ever). But the filament will screw up in no time. The documentation is worthless, and out of date. It can't even walk you through Windows setups. This is a HUGE waste of alot of money. There needs to be some solutions for this nonsense.

Update August 2014. This 3D printer is a POC. Terrible. It doesn't simply work as advertised. I have no idea what runs through the corporate minds who put out products this raw and this crude. One crew up after another. AVOID. Do not purchase. Expensive boat anchor.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Christine E. Madison on September 2, 2014
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This printer is an absolute disaster and the company so far has not stood behind it. We have spent countless hours trying to make it work with no luck. There are multiple problems which I intend to outline for Amazon this week as the company that sells it through Amazon has not responded in a manner we would consider appropriate. If you sell a lemon - exchange it - give another product that's better - do something to keep your reputation in tact. From comments on the web we are not the first folks who have had tremendous problems with what was to have been a special and expensive gift for my husband (who is very technical)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jenifer McLain on April 29, 2014
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I received my Cube one week ago today. Followed all instructions, which included the fact that when I registered the unit I would receive an email with the activation code that must be entered. In spite of emails to them and numerous phone calls (no humans available) I still do not have an activation code, so I still can't use the unit.

The Cube might rate five stars...I wouldn't know. I'm giving customer service a one only because that's as low as it goes.
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