Unveiled at the CES last January, the 3D Neva printer from the French company Dagoma is available on Kickstarter where it makes a cardboard! The Dagoma Kickstart, which was launched on May 23, the official launch day of the Neva, exceeded its target of $ 50,000 in just four hours. The start-up raised over $ 100,000 in funds in 1 day and sold 99 3D printers at $ 249 in 24 minutes. Today, more than $ 150,000 has been collected and you can still get your NEVA for only $ 349 (free shipping in France) instead of $ 499!
The NEVA wants to be one of the simplest 3D printers on the market, no adjustments to be made, either at the exit of the cardboard or the launch of a printing (autocalibration). A single button to start printing and a “wire detection” function allow you to easily pause the printer, change the thread when printing and restart the machine so that it finishes the job without any other adjustments to make . Neva also allows you to print each object in multi-color, with 100 micron accuracy, 180 x 200 mm print volume and print speed of up to 100 mm/s . This 3D printer, like its predecessors, is partially printed by other 3D printers (about 50%).