Thursday, 23 January 2014

Pegasus Touch brings lasers to desktop 3D printing

Whether it’s light shows or interplanetary communications, lasers just seem to make things better. And that’s apparently part of the thinking behind Las Vegas-based Full Spectrum Lasers’ (FLS) Pegasus Touch; a desktop 3D printer that uses lasers to print objects faster and in finer detail than most other printers in its price range. Available for as little as US$2,000 via a Kickstarter campaign, its performance is claimed to be comparable to machines costing 50 times more. .. Continue Reading Pegasus Touch brings lasers to desktop 3D printing

Section: Electronics

Tags: 3D Printing, Desktop, Kickstarter, Laser

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