Introducing UniQb — a 3D construction set for your 3D printing project. 3D printers revolutionized the production of custom parts, but they are only useful in a narrow range of part dimensions. Blocky and thick parts come out strong and beautiful. Large, thin, or long parts are fragile and warp in production. This is where UniQb comes in. Build your project's skeletal structure from UniQb beams and cubes, then 3D print small custom parts. This is fast, inexpensive, and clean, and the resulting structure is impressively robust.
UniQb was invented by Dmitry Slepov, a co-founder of Tibbo Technology. Unlike the stamped, bendy pieces of popular Meccano and Erector sets, UniQb parts are three-dimensional and very sturdy. Each part is solid and has mounting holes on all sides. For more information on this amazing new way to build things, continue onto uniqb.com.