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Raspberry Pi 3 powers Kodak’s new desktop Portrait 3D printer

Raspberry Pi 3 powers Kodak's new desktop Portrait 3D printer

Written by David

November 19, 2018

Kodak and Smart International, the company that licenses the Kodak name for 3D printing, have launched a 3D printer that’s powered by a Raspberry Pi 3. The era of film once dominated by Kodak might be over but the iconic brand is being used to capitalize on the 3D printing market, offering a range of cheaper models catering to designers, hobbyists, schools, and consumers. Kodak and Smart International this week took the wraps off the Kodak Portrait 3D printer, a dual extrusion desktop system and the first Kodak-branded 3D printer since the companies announced a licensing agreement last October. At the core of the $3,500 Kodak printer is a Raspberry Pi 3 running on the Raspbian-based 3DPrinterOS . The 3D printer features a five-inch color touchscreen with Kodak branding and can be accessed over Wi-Fi, Ethernet port, and USB. The Kodak device can be signed up to the Kodak […]

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