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Printing the Future: Introducing the New Leafly 3D Cannabis Printer

Our dedication to being the world’s foremost cannabis strain resource has led Leafly to the development of a new device that will revolutionize the industry: the 3D cannabis printer. The Cannabot Cube2X is the first of its kind, a state-of-the-art molecular 3D printer that uses carbon and groundbreaking technology to produce consistently superior cannabis straight out of your home office.

Every strain is customizable, from its cannabinoid content to its flavor profile. High CBD and THC strains are just a few mere clicks away from reality, and with over 850 different active ingredients, the pairing possibilities are virtually endless.

How does it work, you ask?

Simple. First, select the flower structure you’d like from our handy database of strain vectors. Customize the size, shape, and even the color of your flower. Once your strain has been drafted, select your desired effects and flavorsThe design is then sent to the printer where the molecular processor begins synthesis. The printer releases the materials layer by layer until the flowers are perfectly constructed. The process is quick, simple, and produces the highest quality cannabis. 

“We have a few kinks to work out before releasing the product, which will only be available in areas with medical and recreational cannabis laws,” said our resident bioengineer, Dr. Archer Basenji. “It’s all about staying one step ahead in technology, and this system is going to take the marijuana industry by storm.”

Cannabot Cube2X is the first and only 3D cannabis printer, and in just a few short weeks, the wizardry can be yours. Just enter your name and email below to register for our waiting list.

But wait! We forgot the best part…

April Fool’s!

Image Source: Flickr (removed branding, added cannabis)

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