Kickstarter Campaign Aims to Launch Lotmaxx’s Innovative All-in-One 3D Printer and Laser Engraver


Bottom line: Other goods that can serve both as a 3D printer and a laser engraver are available in the market. These do not carry the inherent risk linked to a Kickstarter campaign. However, Lotmaxx differs by creating a product that boasts impressive specifications and features a camera system and RGB lighting.

Currently, Lotmaxx is introducing the ET, a 3D printer model that also functions as a laser engraver. Moreover, it houses several other features such as a full HD resolution camera system and RGB lighting.

The product is brought to the market through a Kickstarter campaign which has exceeded its initial funding goal of $10,242, collecting nearly $62,000. The campaign will continue until January 19, 2024.

The product is engineered for dedicated and serious craftsmen, as not only can a 3D printer create intricate 3-dimensional objects from almost any material, but laser cutting is also ideal for manufacturing simple 2D parts. People typically select one machine over the other, but laser engravers are particularly suited for producing flat, angular objects with complex surface details ready for commercial usage.

The ET’s printing speed surpasses 500mm/s, with an impressive acceleration capacity of up to 10,000mm²/s. Furthermore, it has a melt chamber flow rate and a maximum extrusion flow rate of 27mm³/s, impressive features that Lotmaxx touts as evidence of the printer’s ability to rapidly render top-quality results. It also features a linear guide to facilitate precise print head movements and stoppages at high speeds and utilizes a dual Z-axis synchronized design to ascertain consistent print quality across all layers. The printing processes are viewable in real time courtesy of a 1080P Intelligent AI camera, while an application permits the setting, adjustment, and control over printing pursuits.

The 3D printer can be transformed into a 20W laser engraving and cutting device via a switchable module, capable of marking metals in mere seconds, according to Lotmaxx. The firm also states that the ET outperforms in dealing with a wide range of materials, unlike standard 5W laser heads’ limited material compatibility. For instance, the laser can process 3mm pine boards, non-transparent acrylic, and ordinary cardboard.

Transforming a 3D printer into a laser engraver isn’t a novel invention for the market. In fact, 3D printers have been modifiable into laser engravers for some time now. As reported by, Endurance Lasers has been producing their easy-to-set-up plug-and-play laser systems for CNC systems, and 3D printers as early as 2015. The set-up is user-friendly and doesn’t require extra software or skills.

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