Home 3D Printer ORD Solutions Launches RoVa4D Full Colour 3D Printer on Kickstarter – Update

ORD Solutions Launches RoVa4D Full Colour 3D Printer on Kickstarter – Update

Canadian company ORD Solutions has just launched their latest device on Kickstarter. Called the RoVa4D, the 3D printer is capable of printing full colour objects by combining and extruding filaments in colours cyan, magenta, yellow, black and white through a single hotend.

July 28, 2016: ORD Solutions has already successfully funded and delivered two 3D printers, the latest being the RoVa3D with 5 separate hot ends. Based on their customer’s feedback, the 6th generation 3D printer has been developed. The RoVa4D is capable of printing both gradient as well as separate colours in a single print. It switches colours by purging the difference in a little bin or uses it as infill if the area is large enough. The device with a build area of 320 x 320 x 320 mm (12.5″ x 12.5 x 12.5″) is equipped with two additional extruders for flexible and dissolvable support material.

Backers of the campaign, that has already been funded within the first few days, can pledge CAD $ 4,500 for the early bird offer of the RoVa4D. Existing RoVa3D users have the option to upgrade their printer for CAD $ 2,000. ORD Solutions has currently a working prototype of the new full colour printer and hopes to ship first devices starting March 2017.

 

August 26, 2016: Update – RoVa4D successfully funded on Kickstarter, Pre-Order Open on InDemand

ORD Solutions has successfully raised CAD$ 216,288 with 84 backers – that’s over eight times their initial funding goal for the RoVa4D printer.

If you have missed the opportunity to back this project and get one of the full-colour 3D printers, you can now pre-order through InDemand by Indiegogo.


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