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MakeX announces the first 3D-printing backpack

In the year 2020, when the Earth is overshoot by aliens, it will be mandated by the Galactic Council of Extraterrestrial Life that all children must walk around with 3D-printing backpacks. Why not get a conduct start with the MakeX Migo trek that lets you lift your ultra-small 3D printer anywhere you need to go?

This wild, see-through trek is designed to hold a Migo 3D Printer (the thing MakeX is actually trying to sell). The trek fits the Migo ideally and offers the limit prominence for your 3D printer interjection to the transparent hardshell outdoor casing.

The printer itself is sincerely standard. It prints ABS or PLA plastic and includes displaying software. It weighs about 4 pounds and has a 100x120x100 mm build pouch which means you can imitation things like smaller movement total and other fun models. Early birds get the printer for $219 and trek will be a $70 add-on.

3D printers are radically line but by adding dumb but endearing things like this fun trek the makers are really holding 3D copy to the next – and not-so-obvious – level.

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