Qubea Introduces the Rever – the First Affordable 3D Printer for Kids
The majority of the world’s most popular and most beloved works of art appeared after kids accidentally splashed some paint on canvas or drew something unusual on a sheet of paper. 3D printing is widely used in all the spheres of our life. Now it’s time to start using it for teaching purposes. The Rever 3D printer is a suitable and safe way for children to develop their creative skills. If you child needs some LEGO details or supplies for other games, now he or she can simply print them. Or if they are interested in science, 3D printer can be a real help in developing projects.
Some grownups may say that 3D printers are not safe for children as there are a lot of moving heated parts. But in case of the Rever there is a special diaphanous door, which makes the most dangerous parts isolated from kids. There is a button that opens the door after printing when the parts have been locked away. So don’t worry, your children will no way touch the heated moving parts.
The Rever is very easy to work with. In case of a conventional 3D printer you have to copy files from a computer to an SD-card to the printer. But with the Rever all the files and designs will be sent from the tablet to the printer wirelessly, through the cloud.
You won’t need any complex computer software. There is a special free Qubea Rever Android and iPad application to work with the printer. It will allow kids to draw things and print them using the user-friendly interface. There is also a database of thousands of marvelous designs. It also provides a tutorial for young users.
The Rever 3D printer goes with a free cartridge. You can get other cartridges of different colours as well via the Internet shop. When you are about to run out of supplies, the app will warn you.
Developing complex devices like 3D printers is always connected with some risks and challenges. However the Qubea team did their best to provide high-quality, risk-free way for kids to fulfill their creative potential. Each of the printers comes with a one-year warranty. You can extend it for one more year as the warranty period comes to the end. Hopefully you and your kids will enjoy operating the Rever!
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