The Mumbai-based company MaherSoft has launched their second 3D printer. Following the industrial-grade FDM device “Indie”, they are now introducing a consumer 3D printer dubbed “Max”, targeted at hobbyists, students and designers.
The desktop 3D printer features a detachable build plate for users to easily remove prints. Objects with a maximum size of 203 x 203 x 152 mm can be created with a precision of 0.1 mm on the z-axis and 0.4 mm on the x- and y-axis using PLA filament. Equipped with a SD card slot, the device can be controlled and monitored via its intuitive LCD interface.
The Max is currently available for pre-order on MaherSoft’s website for the price of $ 910, with deliveries starting on December 6th. MaherSoft will showcase the Max at the 3D Printing World Expo 2015 in Mumbai taking place this October.