There is one universal truth about 3D printing and that is: IT-IS-COOL.

The team of Makers behind the newest 3D printing technology, DeltaMaker, have taken this truth to all a whole new level and you can see it at Orlando Mini Maker Faire.

This Kickstarter-funded project is the brainchild of four individuals, each with their own unique engineering background. It is with the thoughtful skill of a mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, software engineer and aerospace engineer that this elegant personal printer came to be. All together, this team has experience in engineering, product design and development, consulting, business management, and entrepreneurship. They also have extensive experience professionally in their fields working for such companies as Lockheed Martin, IBM, Raytheon and FLIR Systems.


The DeltaMaker is built on a delta robot platform that allows it to print both big and fast, without the delay seen with traditional 3D printers. The unique design of the machine also enables precision printing of high resolution. With their office right here in Orlando, Fla., it is only appropriate that these Makers show off their incredible success with fellow Makers and creators.

This is 3D printing like you have never seen before. Come support your local DeltaMaker team at the Orlando Mini Maker Faire on Oct. 5 to see what a little creativity and innovation can do.

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