Ohio firm 3DKitBash launches Kickstarter campaign for 3D skull printing kit
Cincinnati-based firm 3DKitBash (3DKB) has launched a crowdfunding campaign on the Kickstarter site to raise $500 for its new 3D skull printing set, according to TechCrunch.
3DKB, the maker of 3D-printable doll Quinn, wants produce a kit that allows users to print 3D skulls on their Makerbot. This kit allows them to print skulls of dogs and other creatures without support. The produce costs $35 for three kits that 3DKB will email to the customers after they are completed, the report explained.
According to Kickstarter, the minimum pledge for the crowdfunding campaign is just $1. As of this writing, the project has already gone way past its $500 goal and has reached over $2,000 already with still 22 days to go. The three sets consists of 18 digitally-designed skulls of various animals which can be used for video games, commercials, and other 3D modeling projects, the report detailed.
3DKB was founded by Natalie Mathis and Quincy Robinson. The company wants to make other fun objects that its clients can easily download and print on their desktop 3D printer, TechCrunch added.