Kickstarter Campaign Launches to Market Lotmaxx’s Revolutionary All-in-One 3D Printer and Laser


Bottom line: In the 3D printing and laser engraving market, there are numerous alternatives that lack the uncertainties associated with Kickstarter campaigns. Nevertheless, Lotmaxx distinguishes itself by offering a product with impressive specifications, a camera system, and RGB lighting.

The ET, a new 3D printer that can also function as a laser engraver, is the latest product launch from Lotmaxx. Among its extra features are a high-resolution camera system and RGB lighting.

The Kickstarter campaign for this innovative product has significantly exceeded its funding goal of $10,242, generating nearly $62,000. The crowdfunding campaign is scheduled to close on January 19, 2024.

The product is specifically engineered for those with serious crafting ambitions, as a 3D printer can create complex three-dimensional items from a variety of materials. Laser cutting, on the other hand, is apt for simpler, two-dimensional components. The choice between the two often depends on the task at hand, but for certain applications, such as fabricating flat, angular objects featuring intricate surface details ready for commercial use, laser engravers are superior.

The ET boasts a printing speed of over 500mm/s, capable of accelerated speeds up to 10,000mm²/s. With a melt chamber flow rate/maximum extrusion flow rate of 27mm³/s, Lotmaxx highlights this as evidence of the printer’s rapid, high-quality output. The printer features a linear guide ensuring precise print head movement, even at high speeds, and a dual Z-axis synchronous design for consistent print quality across layers. The printing processes can be monitored in real time through a 1080P intelligent Al camera. Additionally, an app provides the ability to set, adjust and control printing tasks.

The 3D printer can also function as a 20W laser engraving and cutting device through a switchable module, capable of marking metals in mere seconds, according to Lotmaxx. The company also suggests that the ET outperforms in processing varying materials, unlike the conventional 5W laser heads with limited material compatibility. It can handle materials like 3mm pine board, non-transparent acrylic, and regular cardboard.

Although not a new development in the market, the ability to convert a 3D printer into a laser engraver has been possible for quite some time. references Endurance Lasers, manufacturers of plug-and-play laser systems for CNC systems and 3D printers since 2015. These lasers are touted as being easy to set up and requiring no additional software or skills for installation.

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