Frankensbox: What are you going to CREATE? Is that going to be ugly?
Creativity doesn’t mean perfection, it’s imagination. Frankensbox brings the imagination together with reality.
It’s your creation, beautiful or ugly!
Build as good as 3D printing is, it can be a little bit daunting to start with. So, who would like to spend more time installing and calibrating your first time out of box experience with dozens of items (and hope that their untested machine actually works).
Nor do we. Nor do we. The way it is meant to work these days is to think of “plug-in, install the app and get to the races.”
3D printers speak about speeds, usually in mm / sec, that their printers can achieve. In reality, fairly high-quality and large pieces can take hours.
Your printer should be quiet if your project takes hours. And every noise makes it quieter and more relaxed.
It is better to be compact enough not to occupy your area of work. And have an eye-catching style.
It is better to keep dirt, paws and little fingers out absolutely. It is easier to wait when the door opens automatically. And it’s closed again to self-start after the door. Or if it’s ever to go out after electricity is restored.
Frankensbox fx-800 3D Printer, Wi-Fi, Compact, Quiet, Accurate, Plug and Play Simplicity, (Black)
$299.95 in stock
- Easiest to Start, Easiest to Operate: Unpack, plug in, load the app and go!
- Safe, Clean, Quiet, Compact: Great for the home, office, or classroom
- Wi-Fi, USB, SD Card Slot: Print from iOS & Android devices, PC, Mac or included SD card
- Excellent Print Quality: Smooth, accurate, high resolution
- 1-Year Warranty with USA-Based Support
Frankensbox: What will you CREATE
Will it be beautiful? Will it be ugly?
Creativity is not about perfection, it's about imagination. Frankensbox connects your imagination to reality.
Beautiful or ugly, it's your creation!
As great as 3D printing is, getting started can be understandably a bit daunting. So who wants their initial out of box experience to involve hours of assembling dozens of parts (and hoping their untested machine actually works), then more time and tweaking for setup and calibration?
We don't either. We like to think, "plug in, install the app, then you're off to the races," is the way things are supposed to work these days.
3D printer companies talk about the speeds their printers can achieve, usually in terms of mm/sec. The reality is that reasonably large and high-quality pieces can take hours.
If your project is going to take hours, your printer better be quiet. And any noise it does make better be soft and pleasant.
It better be compact enough...