Solidoodle is a 3D printer company headquartered in Brooklyn, New York. Solidoodle was founded in September 2011 by engineer Sam Cervantes. Solidoodle 3D printers use digital files supplied by the user to create physical plastic parts.
The company launched its 4th generation printer in November 2013.
Funding Rounds (1) - undisclosedUpdate
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|Jan 29, 2013||Engadget - The shape of things to come: A consumer's guide to 3D printers|
|Apr 20, 2012||New York Observer - Former Makerbot COO Is Selling His Own 3D Home Printer, Which Starts at Just $500|
|Apr 19, 2012||CNet - The best of NY Tech Day, a showcase of startups - CNET|
631 Hicks St
Brooklyn, New York 11231