iBox Nano 3D Printer

Most 3D printers are large, heavy, complicated, but worst of all, expensive. iBox fills the gap at the lower, casual end of the market with Nano, the world’s smallest, most affordable 3D printer. iBox Nano works over WiFi without any required software, instead printing from any device that uses a web browser to make it compatible with tablets and smartphones as well as virtually any computer. It also boasts a long-lasting UV LED bulb to cure the resin, runs extremely quietly, and prints at a resolution of 328 microns all while remaining small and light enough to lug around in a backpack.

Find it at Kickstarter – $270