Spark Innovation Centre TIKO – Unibody 3D Printer, Raises $3 million in 30 days

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Kickstarter | Tiko Campaign Update page | May 1, 2015

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Spark Innovation Centre, a not-for-profit organization that offers free services and support to local entrepreneurs, graduate TIKO smashes its goal of $100K raising nearly $3 million from over 16,000 backers on Kickstarter crowdfunding platform in 30 days for its $179 3D Printer.

FROM TIKO CAMPAIGN PAGE UPDATE (Apr 30, 2015):   

Hi Everyone!!

The past 30 days have been amazing, thank you for your phenomenal support! We've been so caught up with answering questions after OCE that we didn't have a chance to put together any flashy images. Not that we need them! We just want to give you all a great big thank you (e-hug, even?) for backing us, for believing in us, and for sharing our vision of accessible 3D printing, and a world where all inventors can pursue their dreams.

We'll be keeping in touch as we work towards delivery, and will be sharing the amazing journey with you. It's yours as much as it is ours.

All the best,

Team Tiko!

P.S. If you'd like to take the conversation off Kickstarter and somewhere more organized, check out www.tiko3d.com/forum . We're looking for moderators, so if you're interested then send us a private message and we'll go from there!

Check out the campaign page:  Tiko - The Unibody 3D Printer

 

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