Manufacturer XYZprinting has announced that its da Vinci 1.0 AiO (all–in-one) 3D printer plus scanner is now shipping in the U.S. market, making it the world’s first-to-market combo unit available for purchase.
It also shares the same innovative and user-friendly features of XYZprinting’s 3D printers Da Vinci 1.0 and Da Vinci 2.0 Duo, such as smart filament cartridge system, nozzle cleaning, and one-year limited warranty at no cost.
Da Vinci 1.0 AiO 3D printer features include:
- Built-In Hi-Res Scanning: Objects are scanned with an industrial grade 0.5mm resolution
- in just 5 minutes, and saved in .stl format
- Effective Design: Diagonally placed laser sensors combined with a turntable work together to ensure a comprehensive scan, even from the most difficult angles
- Patent-Pending Algorithm: XYZprinting’s proprietary scanning algorithm automatically fills in voids with appropriate texture and curves to provide a seamless printing experience
- Large Build Size: Da Vinci uses fused filament fabrication (FFF) technology and prints items at 7.8’’x7.8’’x7.8’’
- Easy Scanning with XYZScan: Just set the scan, click once to preview and edit as necessary, and send for printing
- Scan-to-Design Function: Any scanned item can instantly be saved as a design so you can replicate this print in the future, and share with others
- Cloud Database: XYZprinting’s design gallery is an open-sourced cloud database with thousands of 3D models for consumers to choose from and upload to
Priced at just $799, XYZprinting has drastically reduced the barrier to entry to 3D printing through simplifying the printing process and offering this combo unit at a consumer and SMB-friendly price-point.
“With 3D printing continuing to gain traction across a variety of markets, including education, design, fashion, medical and automotive, the possibilities are just beginning to be realized,” said Simon Shen, CEO of XYZprinting. “The Da Vinci 1.0 AiO was designed with quality and affordability in mind, to enable the continued discovery of applications and usages for 3D printing.”