As announced at CES 2017, XYZ Printing have now released 3 new 3D printers to the market and a UV Curing Chamber.
In a statement on the release Simon Shen, CEO of New Kinpo Group who own XYZ Printing, says:
These additions to our 3D printing ecosystem provide consumers with a comprehensive range of products designed to meet every need
da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix – the PLA blender
The da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix blends two feeds of PLA through one extruder. The filaments used can be any color, and use XYZware proprietary software either to add solid blocks of colour to an object, in “Multicolor Mode” or a gradual gradient throughout the 3D print, in “Mixer Mode”.
The maximum build volume is 15x15x15cm, and the nozzle is capable of reaching a resolution of 0.2mm.
da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro – the home based professional
For the same price ($449.95), but a more professional approach, the da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro has adjustable temperature settings and an interchangeable nozzle to ensure compatibility with other filaments.
Maximum build volume is the same as the Mix at 15x15x15cm, but it is capable of resolution down to 0.1mm. The da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro also comes with a software upgrade to XYZware Pro.
Nobel 1.0A – a cost competitive SLA
XYZ Printing bring their trademark user friendliness to the Nobel 1.0A SLA 3D printer. This model upgrades XYZ’s existing Nobel model to 130 microns of X/Y axis resolution. The build size is also bigger than other SLA’s on the market, measuring a total of 12.8 x 12.8 x 20 cm.
Another additional perk to the Nobel 1.0A is an auto-refill system for the resin so Makers are never caught out with an empty bath.
It sells for $1,999.95.
UV Curing Chamber – for a perfect resin finish
XYZprinting’s UV Curing Chamber is a partner to the company’s Nobel range – though also usable with object 3D printed through SLA or DLP.
When creating resin prints for casting, i.e. in silver or gold for jewellery, it’s essential to have such a system to rid the object of any uncured bubbles of resin.
All XYZ Printing’s 3D printers are also compatible with MAC and PC operating systems and are operable via SD card.
XYZ Printing will be demonstrating this new range alongside a 3D printing toolkit for STEAM education, hoping to get more 3D printers into schools.
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Featured image shows a selection of Colorful 3D prints from the da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix
All photos in this article are provided by XYZ Printing