[CES 2017] 3D printing enthusiasts, listen up! XYZprinting, being the world’s leading 3D printing company, has just announced that they will be offering a range of new devices that will certainly keep the 3D printing hobbyist more than happy. It does not matter whether you are a professional, a parent, or a child, XYZPrinting wants to make 3D printing accessible to everyone without having to break the bank,
Among its slew of new products would be the da Vinci Nano as featured above, in addition to the da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix and the Nobel Superfine. These 3D printers are more than capable of handling the needs of those who would like to get some 3D printing done be it at home, on the go, or at work. There were more than 10 3D printer models on display, in addition to other items.
The da Vinci Nano happens to be XYZprinting’s most compact 3D printer, retailing for an extremely affordable $229.95. This is ideal for those who are about to explore 3D printing for the very first time in their lives, and who do not have much room to move about budget-wise. A one-button printing process is a no-brainer, and is perfect for folks who lack ample desk space and live in a small, cramped area. It will be available this Q2 2017.
As for the da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix, this 3D printer can blend a couple of PLA filaments of any color with ease. It will make use of the new dual-feed alongside a single extruder module, resulting in a print that changes color over time. The da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix will retail for $449.95 a pop.
With the cost of 3D printing at home dropping, do expect to see a greater degree of projects being shared online, including the drawings and plans. I am still waiting for the day when printing your own Lego bricks are more affordable than purchasing the real deal, although that would probably result in a lawsuit served my way too.