This smells yet again like a quick funding. On 03/30/16 the Trinus 3D printer launches it’s campaign at kickstarter. Fast fingers can save perhaps a quite interesting appearing 3D printer for $ 199 plus shipping.
Despite this extremely low price (the planned regular $ 299 sound even low) the Trinus 2-in-1 3D printer points out to be a solid and complete metal construction. The printer is made of 11 parts, and even inexperienced prospective should be able to build it up in 30 minutes. And because 3D printing is not enough, it will probably also able to carry a laser engraving head.