OTCBB: MDDD | $0.037| +0.0017 | Sep 21, 2014
Makism 3D


About Makism 3D

Makism 3D (OTCBB: MDDD) is a 3D printer manufacturing company based in Cambridge (UK) offering an innovative and technologically superior approach to building professional and consumer grade 3D printers.

Human beings have a deep-rooted drive to create, build and share their workmanship. 3D printing is a manufacturing revolution that enables the production of items in the home as easily as printing a document with an inkjet printer. This technology may be on the verge of transforming the world as we know it.

The Company’s focus is on original design, engaging aesthetics, proven engineering and straightforward usability. The underlying technology supports an innovative platform that expedites manufacturing, increases printer reliability and enhances the creative feasibility of a wider variety of 3D printing applications.

Professionals, educators and home users could benefit greatly from a less complicated, user-friendly 3D printing solution offered at a non-prohibitive price with the capability to print in a wide range of materials. While the choice of 3D printing materials is typically restricted to PLA* for most users, Makism3D’s solution is to build a 3D printer that maximizes the range of available printing materials to include ABS plastic, Nylon™, polycarbonate, high impact polystyrene, polyvinyl alcohol and others.

The Company’s flagship product branded as the Wideboy™ family of printers, offers minimalist yet elegant packaging designed to fit any office or professional space. Assembled in the UK under exacting standards and featuring high quality components, the printer is ready for use right out of the box. The specially engineered low moving mass gantry, and Bowden** style extruders allow Wideboy™ printers to operate at high production speeds while maintaining consistent precision.

We are offering a reliable, attractive and user-friendly family of 3D printers at prices that appeal to both the professional and personal markets.

* PLA - a thermoplastic polyester derived from renewable resources such as corn starch, tapioca roots or sugarcane.

** Bowden Style Extruder – utilizes a flexible tube that guides the filament from the extruding motor (containing the raw print material) to the nozzle (hot end). This reduces the weight of the moving components compared to the heavier Direct Extruder variant.


The average selling price for a personal 3D printer was $1,208 in 2013 and $1,138 in 2012.

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