Costco has partnered with 3D printing company 3DPrint to offer the first 3D printer for consumers, the “Costco Fabric 3D Printer”.
The device is available in the US, but it’s not available in Europe or other countries.
3DPrinter’s new Printer is a digital 3D scanner that can print objects with a thickness of less than 0.05 millimeters, a resolution that makes the process extremely fast and efficient.
Costco’s own 3D printers are capable of printing objects up to 1 millimeter thick.
Costco said the company has sold over 15 million units of the Fabric 3DS Printer.
The company has also partnered with third-party 3D print services to create printers for use in retail stores.
Cost, which is owned by Walmart, said it will also be selling its own Fabric 3DP Printer at select stores in the coming months.
The Fabric 3d printer is designed to print objects of a certain thickness at a rate of one millimeter per second.
The costco fabric printer costs $299 and is compatible with both 3DPress and 3Dprint.