We Made It!
Last month we finished shipping all of the remaining Kickstarter rewards!
It was a big shipment.
It was very exciting to see all of those Prometheus Systems being sent off into the wild. While this is the end of our Kickstarter journey, it is just the beginning of a new age of multi-filament 3D printing.
The Future of Multi-Filament 3D Printing
Through its simplicity, affordability, and reliability, the Prometheus System offers the optimal solution for multi-color and multi-material 3D printing. Over the next several months, we will be working to establish the Prometheus System as the new standard for multi-filament 3D printing.
We have the Prometheus System working reliably so we can now focus on developing the modular components to be universally compatible. We are working with the hardware and the G-code to enable compatibility with different hot ends and extruders in the industry. We are also working with developers to expand the compatibility of different slicing software with the Prometheus System. Our top priority is to provide a solution for Simplify3D.
Building the Community
Now that all of the Kickstarter units have shipped and backers are getting their Prometheus Systems up and running, we want to work on building a community of users around the Prometheus System.
Join our new Forum and Facebook Group and start sharing your configurations and prints with other Prometheus System users.
Tag us at @DTAutomation on Twitter and we will retweet!
Prometheus System Review
James Fordham, one of our Early Bird backers, recently released a complete review of the Prometheus System! You can check it out here on his YouTube Channel.
James was very impressed so it looks like the Prometheus System is performing well. Keep your eyes open for more third party reviews in the coming months!
We would like to thank you all one last time for supporting us in this Kickstarter campaign. We wouldn't have been able to make it without you and we are very grateful for your patience throughout the entire campaign. Stay tuned for future updates as we continue to push the boundaries of desktop 3D printing!
Thank you, Kickstarter backers!