XYZPrinting has this week taken the opportunity to unveil their new range of 3D printers which includes the da Vinci Junior 3D printer that is priced at just $349.
The price point makes the da Vinci Junior 3D printer makes it one of the most affordable 3D printers on the market and provides a desktop 3D printing solution for home, education and small businesses.
Specifications of the da Vinci Junior 3D printer include a build size of 150 x 150 x 150 mm together with HFC technology used to detect low filament and SD Card support enabling the printer to be used standalone. 3DPrint explains :
“Those purchasing this printer will love how easy it is to use. From its plug and play setup, to the ease with which one can load and unload filament, this eco-friendly 3D printer utilizes just 75 watts of power.”
XYZPrinting has also unveiled their larger Nobel 1.0 which offers a mid-size SLA 3D printing machine for $1499 and provides a 12.8 x 12.8 x 20 cm build area with print resolutions of X/Y : 300 microns, Z: 25 microns using Photopolymer Resin. 3DPrint explains :
“XYZPrinting has just announced an MSRP of $1499. This is well south of their ‘under $2500′ prediction they made back in June, and it appears to be a very capable device for the price. With features such as auto resin refill, and its safe closed printing environment, the Nobel 1.0 seems to be worth every penny”
For more information on the new range of 3D printers jump over to the official XYZPrinting website for details and full specifications.
Source: 3DPrintFiled Under: Hardware, Top News