With 3-D printing becoming a more common way of making things, a new toolkit that will let you make kitchen tools in the time it takes to make a loaf of bread is on the way.
The New York Times reported Monday that a startup called KetoMaker is partnering with MakerBot to make some of the most basic kitchen tools out there.
MakerBot is a company that makes custom hardware and software that is built to make things like robots, printers, and vacuum cleaners.
The company says the company will sell all its tools on its website, and Keto Maker is launching the Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a product that would make the same tool in the same time.
Keto maker, which is based in Palo Alto, California, says it’s hoping to sell some of its tools in about three months.
The idea is to make the tools so small that they can fit in the pocket of a person’s hand.
“When you print something, you want to print it as small as possible,” Keto founder and CEO Mike Zalewski told the Times.
“You want it to fit inside your hand.”
The company is targeting a price point of about $40, which would be about the same as a standard, full-sized loaf of white bread.
The startup is also trying to find partners to produce the tools.
That means it has to do a lot of prototyping to make sure that it’s ready for production, Zalowski said.
“We’re trying to get the right partners.
That’s what’s important.
We’re looking for people that want to do it.”
The idea of making something small is appealing because it will make things more convenient and less messy.
“It’s not really like making a regular loaf of cake,” Zaliewicz said.
For the Kickstarter page, the company has been trying to make its tool kits smaller.
“What we’re really excited about is that we have these really simple tools, and you can just fold them in half, and that’s it,” Zale said.
He also said that the tools will be able to be built with a few screws, soldering iron, and other small tools.
“A lot of the time, I’m making bread with a 3D printer,” Zalozzi said.
Makerbot has a history of making small products, and the company recently launched a small 3D-printed coffee cup for coffee.
That cup will retail for $49.99 and is already making waves.
The coffee maker was just featured in an article in the New York Post that describes how MakerBot has created a machine that can make coffee in less than a minute.
The article mentions that the cup can make about 3 cups of coffee in one hour.
Kalee and Zaliewski told the NYT that their company will make the cups available to anyone who wants them.
Makerbots tools aren’t the only ones trying to do 3-d printing in the kitchen.
In the past year, many of the 3-drone maker’s competitors have been making their own versions of the same thing, which are known as 3D printers.
But while the company that made the coffee cup is trying to take on the competition, it doesn’t have the luxury of having access to the exact tools needed for a full-blown kitchen project.
That might be one of the reasons Makerbot’s product has been so successful so far.
Maker bots have become increasingly popular because they are small and cheap to make, and they can be assembled in a matter of minutes.
“The first thing you see when you open up the box is the bread,” Zallozzi said, “and you’re going to be able just to grab a whole loaf and go.”