XYZprinting da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer
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- 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
- 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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Build: This machine is pretty well built. It's made almost entirely of plastic, though it's sturdy. The parts as they come are not really well attached to one another, as when it prints, there are certain movements that cause the entire enclosure to rattle obnoxiously.
Speed: Ignore the speed. If you desire relatively high quality prints, you'll want a slower setting.
Noise: It's noisy. If it's in the next room over, you'll know. There's some extra noise because of the aforementioned rattle too.
Print Quality: This is the kicker for me. I can handle the noise, the slow print time and the smell of hot plastic. The thing that disappointed me the most was how often the extruder kept catching itself on the last line it printed, sticking to the extruder and pulling the not-yet-solidified plastic along, essentially scrambling the top layer. Because this tends to happen about 30-45 minutes in, you're likely not looking at it while it begins, so there's no hope of saving the print. It isn't ideal, and the instructions tell you that unless it's absolutely necessary, do not recalibrate the machine. If you do think you need to recalibrate the machine, you're to call the help line for detailed instructions.
I did, however, have one print that went pretty well. The trait of that print that displeased me was that some of the layers didn't adhere well enough to the previous layer, causing the next layer to solidify separately, and somehow the latter layer curled while drying. While this didn't affect the next layer, it did cause a huge rift, compromising the strength of the product.
Ease of Use: It's nearly plug and play, which is nice. Maintenance is tough when the plastic keeps melting onto the extruder. The heated bed is nice, but for whatever reason, the glue stick tends to glue the bottom layer of whatever you're printing to the bed (yes, that was sarcasm), and you need an actual razor blade to scrape the parts of the print job that rips off the main structure and is glued to the bed. This of course means that your product is messed up underneath. The chiseling gets old after one or two prints.
If you're looking for a relatively inexpensive way to print some fun stuff that you don't need to take too seriously, then excellent. Buy two, they're on sale! If, like me, you need something that's a little more detailed and careful in its printing abilities, maybe consider another product.
For the first time in all the 100's of things I've purchased from Amazon, there was a shipping problem. I was sent the wrong package and the nightmare ensued. The shipping problem was resolved and though I was double-billed for this item, my bank quickly took care of refunding me which I didn't expect.
All of this nightmare in no way changes the fact that this printer is mind-blowingly cool. The precision of the prints are really quite Impressive. This being my first forte into the 3D world coupled with having read some nightmare reviews here on Amazon about this printer I was hoping for the best and expecting the worst. The best happened. 20 minutes after opening the package I was successfully printing one of the demos.
I wanted nothing to do with assembling a 3D printer and this one fit the bill.
There many complaints about the filament being proprietary and it is true. The filament is proprietary and does cost more than other brands you can find. As I'm sure you may have read, the ability to flash/hack the cartridge chips is easily available on the web. However that too is something I don't want to take on and I'll just continue to pay the few extra bucks for the cartridges and not risk bricking my new printer.
All in all, I believe this printer to be fantastic and I'm sure to get 100's of hours of use out of it. If your considering getting into 3D, go ahead and take a chance with this great printer.
To my surprise, this thing is WAY better than expected. It arrived securely packaged and contained everything needed to begin printing. It is visually pleasing and seems very well constructed with a solid metal frame. I have had it for about 6 months now and have printed 1 or 2 objects every day without issue. Granted, I did print very small objects to begin with to learn the process. However, I have gradually moved to larger prints and have still had no major problems. At one point the extruder did not seem to want to work correctly, however, I ran the cycle for loading filament then shut down the printer. Once it rebooted it carried on flawlessly and printed a 6 hour part.
Depending on the level of detail, the part quality is pretty good, they are far from flawless but they are much better than I expected for the price.
After printing, your parts will require a fair amount of cleanup. This includes sanding the sides of the base where the plastic flares outwards and any holes which will likely have to be drilled to correct size.
The software that comes with the printer is limited to 3 functions. Scaling, rotating and printing. In order to use the printer you must have a 3d program that will export in .STL format or you can download .STL files from the internet.
In summary, unless your one of the unlucky few that has had DOA printers or mechanical failures, I do not think you will be disappointed. Thus far, this has been an amazing little printer for the cost. It’s fun to create a drawing and watch your parts come to life. Personally, I’m glad I took the risk.
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