Introducing the MagiCube 3D Printer for Home – Start Printing in 30 Minutes

We Are 3D revolutionizes 3D printing with plug n’ play home 3D printer for fun, learning and building

Waterloo, Ontario December 04, 2015 -- We Are 3D Inc., a leader in 3D printing solutions, is launching the MagiCube 3D printer, a low cost 3D printer designed specifically for use at home. Now families can share the fun of building something on their own while learning the principles of 3D modelling and 3D printing. A true Plug n' Play 3D printer, the MagiCube 3D printer is designed to have users printing their first project within thirty minutes after unpacking it from the box. Imagine producing educational tools, gifts, decorations, toys, prototype parts and more, right at home, in school or at the local library. The MagiCube 3D printer is priced at $695.00 US and is available for immediate order from an authorized We Are 3D reseller or directly at

"Many of us are makers and hobbyists - we want to create something, build something with our own hands, or solve a problem we have at home. The MagiCube 3D printer offers the amazing opportunity for families, schools and libraries to design and produce real objects without requiring extensive technical knowledge." - Tim Scott, CEO

We Are 3D's MagiCube comes with an easy to use design software and display where users can design projects to print, or load project files available from various 3D resource sites. The MagiCube is a fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printer that has built in memory, an LCD display, an automatic levelling system to ensure you start off perfectly every time, offline printing capabilities, and is the perfect printer for families that want to teach children about shapes, engineering and the magic of 3D printing.

Each printer comes with a start-up kit that includes a roll of filament, maintenance kit, and sample print files to get you going in thirty minutes.

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