Best 3D Printers From Canada
Welcome to ORD Solutions.
Home of the world's first full color 3d printer, the RoVa4D
. Based on FDM (Fused deposition modeling) and FFS (Fused filament fabrication) technology, our line of 3d printers have become a phenom on their own.
After being labelled as the best kickstarter 3d printer
(Yes we got our start through crowdfunding), the RoVa4D has quickly carved it's own niche in the 3d printing industry, especially in Canada.
Naturally, you can't be a true 3d printer manufacturer without creating your own top quality filaments to go along with it. That's why we created the "Taulman" line of filaments.
In fact, we're one of the very few creators of 3d printer filaments from Canada
So if you're looking for a quality desktop 3d printer which is backed by an ever so passionate team
, you've come to the right place. We also encourage you check back often as you will regularly find our 3d printers for sale.
About 3D Printing:
When you create something on Photoshop and press print, what do you get? You get your design printed on a piece of paper right? well with 3D printing, that design is ‘physically’ made right in front of your eyes. A 3D printer literally turns your dream into a reality.
No wonder this technology is getting such a buzz.
We actually wrote a beginner’s guide
on this subject which you’ll find quite helpful.
What exactly is a 3D Printer:
A typical 3D printer somewhat looks like your normal desktop printer and functions the same as well. The only difference is instead of ink, it releases hot filament that creates your product (3D Object). Today, especially for an FDM printer like ours, you’ll find many different types of filaments. Although mostly plastic, filaments today can print in wood, metal and tons of other materials as well. Including edible ones if you ever want to 3D print a pizza (Yes it's true).
To make it all work, first you need is a 3d printing software loaded on your computer (Lots of paid and free ones to choose from). You need a 3D printer that is connected to your computer. Most are plug and play so this shouldn’t be an issue at all. Third and final step, press ‘print’!