XYZprinting has today announced the availability of their new Nobel 1.0 SL Laser 3D printer which is now priced at $1,500 in the US and offers a build volume of 5 x 5 x 7.9 inches.
Currently the Nobel 1.0 is one of the most affordable stereolithography 3D printers on the market and is equipped with a wealth of handy features to make sure that your SLA 3D printing experience is as easy as possible.
3D printing resins for the Nobel 1.0 are available in packs of two 500ml bottles for $119. with two colours currently available in grey and clear. Allowing the printer to create high-resolution objects at 25 microns. Simon Shen, CEO of XYZprinting explained in todays press release :
XYZprinting provides the most extensive 3D printing product mix to satisfy different customer needs, including everything from the simple, easy-to-use $349 da Vinci Junior 1.0 to the unique da Vinci 1.0 AiO (all-in-one 3D scanner and printer) and now the professional Nobel 1.0 SL laser 3D printer. The Nobel 1.0 is setting an industry standard for SL technology, and we can’t wait to see what the world’s 3D printers do with their new devices.
Features of the Nobel 1.0 SL Laser 3D printer include :
– Resin Auto-Refill: Exclusive to the Nobel 1.0, the printer features an auto-refill resin system that detects and automatically maintains the printer’s resin tank at the proper level, eliminating the need to worry about spills or maintenance.
– FDA Certified to Ensure Home Use Safety: The Nobel has a UV Laser 405nm Class 1 certification and its all-enclosed Product Shell design protects users from the ultraviolet rays that emit during printing.
– Separate Tanks for Resin of Different Materials: Using a spare tank is recommended for holding resin of different colors/materials. It allows switching print materials between prints to be quick with zero loss of remaining resin – better ensuring the quality of prints and preventing mixed colors or texture
For more information on the new Nobel 1.0 SL Laser jump over to the XYZprinting website for details.
Source: NewswireFiled Under: Hardware, Top News