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da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer - 7.8" x 7.8" x 7.8" Built Volume (Fully Enclosed Design for ABS/PLA/Flexible Material)
- 2014 CES Editors' Choice Award Winner-Most Affordable 3D Printer. Supported Operating Systems Windows 7 , Windows 8 , Windows XP (.Net 4.0 required), Mac OS X 10.8 plus
- Largest 475 cubic inch build volume - 7.8" x 7.8" x 7.8" (20 cm x 20 cm x 20 cm)
- The da Vinci 1.0 prints in two materials ABS and PLA
- Free filament as the starter kit and Free 3D Gallery to download
- UL listed “for the purpose of classification or evaluation with respect to one or more of the following: (1) specific risks only, e.g., casualty, fire or shock, (2) performance under specified conditions, (3) regulatory codes, (4) other standards, including international standards, or (5) such other conditions as UL may consider desirable.
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XYZprinting Da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer.
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+Build volume 7.8 x 7.8 x 7.8 inch, which is 15 to 75% larger than what others in its class can print.
A turnkey solution, Plug-and-Play, No assembly required.
With easy-to-install filament cartridges users can easily refill the printer.
A closed system ensures users are not exposed to high temperature working area.
No external filament movement during operation.
Automatic software upgrades.
Print-bed detection and assisted leveling.
Automatic nozzle cleaning.
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Easy to install filament cartridges available in 13 vivid colors. XYZ Printing Filament Cartridges are designed and tested to ensure that there is no distortion in color or form ensuring your designs come out perfect every time.
da Vinci Series are one of the most affordable 3D printer of its capacity on the marker.
3D printers have never been this approachable ever.
|da Vinci 1.0||da Vinci 2.0 Duo||da Vinci 1.0 AIO||da Vinci Pro||da Vinci Pro 3 in 1||Nobel 1.0|
|Print Technique||FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)||FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)||FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)||FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)||FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)||SLA (Stereolithography Apparatus)|
|Maximum Build Volume(WxDxH)||7.8" x 7.8" x 7.8"||5.9" x 7.8" x 7.8"||7.8" x 7.8" x 7.5"||7.8" x 7.8" x 7.8"||7.8'' x 7.8'' x 7.5''||5" x 5" x 7.9"|
|Print Material||ABS / PLA / Flex||ABS / PLA / Water Soluble||ABS / PLA / Flex||Open Source ABS / PLA||Open Source ABS / PLA||Photopolymer Resin / Flexible Resin|
|Layer Thickness||100-400 microns||100-400 microns||100-400 microns||100-400 microns||100-400 microns||25 Microns, 50 Microns, 100 Microns|
|Calibration System||Three-Knob Calibration||Three-Knob Calibration||Three-Knob Calibration||Guided Calibration||Guided Calibration||Z-Offset Calibration|
|Laser engraver (Optional)||✓||✓|
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I think it is pretty safe for the most part, but I also print with ABS plastic filament as it is more durable compared to PLA filament, and the ABS does give off a bit of smell. Its a real kind of plastic-y smell but I wouldn't recommend breathing this in. So just make sure you have a good ventilation system, some fans/exhaust fan/open windows. But other than that the smell really isnt too bad.
XYZ themselves seem like a pretty good. They offer some extra thing for registering your printer/s with them and their filament is easy to find and buy for a decent price. The cartridges are also really convenient in my opinion as you have no spool to mess with. But for those that dont like this method, you could 3D print your way out of that option. XYZ is really diligent on updating their programs which is really easy to do as they ask to update when you launch the program. The program itself seems pretty basic compared to other printers programs, but it gets the job done and allows for some customization.
Overall its a pretty awesome printer, easy to use, easy to clean, replace parts, and comes with an frequently updated program. I would recommend this printer and possibly any other of XYZ's products to any level of 3D printer operator, especially those new to 3D printing. The one thing to keep in mind is you should research and review other methods of getting prints to stick to the printing bed. Now the printing bed is heated, which is really nice, but often you have to use glue spread over the bed to keep the prints in line. The printer comes with one small glue stick, which I went through fairly quickly, so I recommend buying more glue sticks, using a water based glue spray (which you can make on your own super easy), or finding another method and order your extras products when you buy the printer. So just buy it if you're interested in 3D printing, I think you'll like it!
The next problem I had was trying to calibrate the print bed. So at first I ran the test run with the abs filament it came with, the print turned of perfectly except right at the end exactly 1 minuet left of printing it stopped and gave me error code 40, "Memory storage cannot read/write. " Once again I was confused and so I just ignored the error. (I will come back to this error later) Going back to calibrating the print bed, after that happened the I decided to put an pla cartridge that I bought for it. The test print started to print (Making sure that it switch the filament type to pla from abs) all of the sudden it started scraping the print bed. So I stopped the print immediately, and decided that I was going to start calibrating the print bed. After many fail attempts of calibrating the print bed I went to bed. The next day I started working on calibrating the bed again, after 200-300 fail attempts it finally said calibration success. I was really happy so I immediately started to print something. As soon as the print started it started scratching again. I did know what to do so I called customer service, well they didn't pick after after several tries at calling them. So what I had to do was just manually calibrate the print bed which to 3 or 4 hours to do before it started printing perfectly. If these were just the two issue's I would have given it 4 stars but again not the case.
Hopefully the last of 3 major issue that I had was that the error code 40 started popping up again but this time it was much worse. About two weeks after I got the printer ever single time that I tried to print it would stop exactly at one minuet left and say error code 40. One time I had a 27 hour print going and it stopped at one minuet left and gave me error code 40, I was so mad. So I decided to call customer support thinking this time that they would pick up but no, same thing as last time they had to many callers and to please call again later. So what I did was I researched this issue more and found it was happening to a lot of people. As I was researching I came across a form that said that there was an sd card slot inside of the printing and it had a picture of were it was. So I opened up the back of the printer and found the micro sd card that they were talking about. As I compared it to the picture that was on the form I realized that the sd card was not in the correct place so I moved it over and bam, I haven't had the issue since.
After all of the issue it turned out to be a really good printer but if you are thinking about buying this printer you may run into a couple of issue's and you may just need to go find the answer online in some form.