The retail giant's online store now features four machines from the company’s range of affordable desktop range. So far customers in the US can get their hands on the da Vinci Junior 1, da Vinci Duo 2.0, da Vinci 1.1 Plus and da Vinci 1.0 from the XYZprinting line but from a company that displayed an impressive number of machines back at the 2015 International CES in January, including a food printer and inkjet style machine the 3D Jet, perhaps we can expect to see this grow even further.
XYZprinting has been at the helm of bringing affordable 3D printing solutions to the market and with the da Vinci Junior starting from just $349, its bound to get aspiring inventors and first time users intrigued.
Desktop machines have slowly but surely been making their way onto the high street and into the inventory of online retailers like Amazon. Earlier this year Currys PC World began stocking the CEL Robox 3D printer whilst electronics retailer Maplin features a catalogue of 3D printing machines and peripherals including the UP!, 3D Systems Cube and 3Doodler. Maplin has also brought XYZprinting’s technology to the UK with its entire range of FFF machines available in its online store.