The Rever, a 3D Printer for Kids Coming Soon

3D Printer Called ‘The Rever’ Announced for Kids

It’s basically a toy-maker for the children that will enable them to craft all sorts of things.

3D printers have been around for quite some time, but they haven’t managed to establish themselves in the global market due to their large focus on tech and academics. However, one company is looking to change that as it has introduced a new 3D printer called The Rever that is designed specifically for kids.

This 3D printer has a shape of a helmet and is closed off on the front side. It’s really helpful as the children will not be able to meddle with the printing process in any way. Once the printing is done, the closed off part will open up automatically.

By utilizing the capabilities of The Rever, children will be able to print Lego-style blocks and fit them together to make something entirely new. It will not only allow kids to create new stuff, but will also enable them to show their creativity.

It’s definitely something to look forward to for the parents as they will be able to give a personal toy maker to their children.

The Rever will be priced at $399 when it officially launches. However, if you back this project on its Kickstarter page, then you can get your hands on it for just $229.

 

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