Dell, maker of the 3D printer models and accessories that the company sells to companies including Apple, has unveiled its newest, super thin 3D printable printer, which can print on a single sheet of paper.
The new printer is called the ProC, and it features a 3D-printed ABS material, allowing it to print up to 3 inches thick.
It’s capable of printing on a 3-inch sheet of ABS, which is also a 3d printing material.
The printer’s dimensions are 9.5×8.5 inches, which makes it slightly thinner than the previous-generation Pro3D printer, the Pro3.
The printer has a maximum resolution of 24,768 dots per inch.
This is not a new technology, however.
Dell announced the company’s first printer, in 2013, and the company had already released the Pro1 and Pro3 printers as a service.
The ProC printer can print at up to 25,000 dots per sheet of 3D ABS.
You can read more about the printer here, and check out the video below for a closer look.
We also have a new report from The Verge, which says the new printer will cost about $1,500, which includes the parts.
That’s around the same price as a typical 3D Printer, and about $100 less than the Pro2.
If you buy one of these printers, you’ll have the option to upgrade to a more powerful model.