XYZprinting da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer
- 2014 CES Editors' Choice Award Winner-Most Affordable 3D Printer
- 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
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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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NOW: we're past the 0031 error, got the filament to load into the extruder, but nothing prints correctly. Please see the attached photos. We are submitting a new ticket for this online tonight, and we'll see how it goes.
My son and I have been calling for 10 days to attempt to resolve an out-of-the-box issue with the printer we bought. The customer support is TERRIBLE. Here is what we have learned: (1) if you call during support hours, it is unlikely that someone will answer the phone; (2) if you leave a message in one of the two boxes you a randomly sent to after pressing *, no one will call you back; (3) if you talk to the lovely woman who is kind but very difficult to understand, promised emails and/or tickets will NOT follow; (4) if you ask to speak to a supervisor, he is in a meeting--and if you call back to try to catch him not in a meeting and insist that he call you back, he will not do so at the time you were told to expect his call (nor will he call at any other time).
We have created a login for their site, watched the tickets list, and NO TICKET has even been created after 10 days of attempts...
This printer could be magnificent, but the technical support is so absurd that we may never know. The current issue might even be very simple, but the technical support is so absurd that we may never know. For beginners in particular, this seems like a dead-end if yours happens to not work immediately. I called again during posted support hours 20 minutes ago and--yet again--no one answered the phone. I left *another* message. I have NEVER experienced tech support this inept or inconsiderate.
I got the new part, installed it without too much problem, started up the printer... and there was a new problem: when the printer attempted to move the print head to the "home" position, the motor freaked out, made some bad noises, and gave up, reporting an error.
looked online. people suggested all kinds of things, including waving a heavy magnet near the motor? I decided against this. called support again, and they suggested that they could mail me a replacement motor, or I could return the printer. I opted to return it to amazon and get a replacement.
amazon does a great job with this, as always. no complaints there. someone even came to my place to pick it up. awesome.
got a new printer a few days later. it was slightly different: a 1.1 plus (instead of the 1.0A). not sure how that happened, but okay, I'll take it :P nothing was broken, I started a print, aaaaand: the plastic wouldn't stick to the heated plate, and just bunched up around the print head and surrounding parts.
cleaned the head thoroughly, tried again, same result.
called support. no one picked up. was asked to leave a voice mail. didn't.
looked around online. saw that the bed may need calibrating (the instructions that came with the printer explicitly said not to do this unless there were problems. well, this is a problem, so I guess that counts). the calibration process is terrible and inaccurate. the internet apparently agrees with this, and proposes installing different software and firmware. I'd like to get it working before I start flashing the thing, so I don't do this. >_> I tried the built-in calibration several times. print never worked. I tried another type of plastic. same problem.
a day later, tried calling support again. still no one picked up. left a voice mail.
looked around online more. thought "fine, I'll flash the thing, and get this custom software", but it turns out the 1.1 plus is not supported, anyway. fine. learned another calibration method involving paper. tried this. print still not working.
I wait a couple business days for support to call back. they never do. I finally call them again. someone picks up this time! they tell me to use glue!? I remember seeing this mentioned online, in a "never do this, it breaks the heating plate" context, but fine. I'm getting tired of this. I look online for glue suitable to 3D printing. turns out even a common gluestick will work...
got one from CVS, and print works! amazing! I print a sample found on the internet: a die with roman numerals... but the quality is terrible >_> on every edge that isn't parallel with the lines of plastic laid down, it's very jaggy. the roman numerals on the die range from difficult to read, to impossible to read. I could sand some of these edges, but certainly not the ones that are inset into the surface. and frankly: I am 100% done.
I understand this is an introductory model, but I paid $500 to spend a couple weeks calling support (sometimes without response), taking pictures, getting help online, cleaning the print head repeatedly, trying different plastics, doing repairs, buying glue, working with the stupidly-slow-and-inaccurate calibration process, etc... and in the end I have a device that prints jaggy, rough objects?
I don't know if this is just a broken printer again, or if there's some other step I missed, or if this is just what you get with an introductory model, or if it's the XYZprinting brand, or what, but at this point I can't describe to you how much I don't care.
returned for a refund.
maybe I'll try a 3D printer again in a few years. probably a different brand.
A few impressive parts:
1) the print head automatically cleans itself by running over a metal scrapper which really helps with print quality
2) the printer comes with everything you need to get started, everything from a glue stick to help your print stick to the bed, to a scraper to help loosen it.....it even contains a tool to clean out the print head. Coming from an expert, buying this kit would have saved me a lot of research time.
3) the program that is used to print from takes both 3d files and STL, you can use just about any program to create/edit your image and then easily use their tool to scale and print it.
4) the printer uses its print head to move along the X and Y axis while the build platform raises and lowers to allow for the Z axis. This seems to allow for more accurate prints and makes it easier to calibrate, all in all a well thought out design.
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I have had this printer for well over 6 months now and it has given me nonstop headaches.Read more