da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix
da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix
Last year, Taiwanese 3D printing company XYZprinting, surprised us with a massive nine new lines of tech on its stand at CES 2015. This year, the affordable 3D printing leader is showing no signs of slowing down with yet another huge multi-machine launch in Las Vegas.
From super-affordable desktop machines to professional 3D printing solutions, the company has announced eight – EIGHT! – new 3D printer models at the CES 3D Printing Marketplace.
Starting with the da Vinci Mini, XYZprinting’s most affordable machine to date with a price tag of just $269. Designed for use in the home, it stands at 30% smaller than the da Vinci Junior but maintains the same build size of 5.9” x 5.9” x 5.9”. The da Vinci Junior 1.0 has also undergone an upgrade and now features 3-in-1 scanning, printing and engraving capabilities at $549. Also on the consumer side is the da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix, which features a dual extruding singular nozzle that can blend two colours at once, priced at $499.
For professional 3D printing users, XYZprinting has launches the Nobel 1.0 Advanced (1.0A), a stereolithography machine with features a print resolution of 0.13mm (X/Y-axis) and 0.025 (Z-axis). Priced at $1,699, the machine is considerably cheaper than similar technologies currently on the market. For users looking to print objects with a bigger volume, the new da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1 features scanning, open-material printing and engraving capabilities.
XYZprinting 3D JET
Joining these machines on the booth are the new Nobel DLP 3D printer, XYZprinting’s most precise printer to date ($1,999) with a resolution of 50 microns and layer thickness up to 25 microns and the XYZprinting 3D Jet designed for printing small, precise and movable parts.
In addition to new machines, XYZprinting has also launched XYZ STEAM, an online curriculum that incorporates 3D printing into STEM subjects via practical projects and tools, 3D models and discounted XYZprinting hardware. Today also sees the launch of the XYZmaker modelling app which allows young designers to edit projects on the go.
Also on the stand is XYZprinting’s first 3D printing pen, the XYZprinting 3D Pen priced at $49 and the Nobel Post Curing Machine which can be used to cure products printed on the Nobel machine.
From left: Post Curing machine, Nobel DLP, Nobel 1.0 Advanced.
“XYZprinting has been assertive in breaking down the technology barriers in the consumer 3D printing market, by introducing easy-to-use devices that deliver innovative experiences to consumers at cost-effective prices,” said Simon Shen, CEO of XYZprinting and New Kinpo Group. “At this year’s CES, we are making an aggressive push in the B2B market, by introducing new products and devices to our product ecosystem within and beyond the 3D printing ideology, while continuing the successes we’ve experienced with our accessible 3D printers.”
Keep your eyes on our dedicated CES News page this week as TCT will be taking a closer look at these latest machines with video content straight from the show floor.