In a market filled with low-cost, user-friendly 3D printers, Solidoodle was one of the first — it was announced in early 2012 as a simple $500 box for people who didn’t need the relatively high-end features of something like a MakerBot Replicator. Two years later, dozens of people have had the same idea, and Solidoodle is branching out, attempting to satisfy both professionals and people who just want to dip their toes into 3D printing. The company is introducing a new trio of designs that are both more polished and (mostly) more expensive than its existing lineup, including an almost completely enclosed model that it hopes can finally deliver on the promise of pain-free printing. The centerpiece is the Solidoodle Press, the Easy-Bake Oven of the lineup.

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