XYZprinting da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3 in 1

Jun 23, 2016

Category: Tech

Bring the magic of 3D printing to your home with the Da Vinci 1.0 Pro by XYZ Printing. With this three-in-one printer, you can 3D print, 3D scan and laser engrave. The da Vinci printer, makes all ideas possible and you’re limited only by what you can’t conceive.

Each printer is capable of using third party 1.75mm ABS and PLA filament and in case this technology is new to you, not to worry, its intuitive calibration system is highly user-friendly thanks to specially-designed knobs and detection software. Automatic imaging only takes about five minutes and the da Vinci’s dual-laser 3D technology produces a distortion-free capture of the desired object. The quality hardware and the patented software make it the perfect machine for anyone looking to become their own manufacturer and since the printer boasts home WiFi connectivity, you can wirelessly send print jobs to the device from anywhere within your home network. Compatible with both PC and Mac, the printer is priced at $885. [Purchase]

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