XYZprinting Offers Holiday Discounts on Popular da Vinci Line of 3D Printers
Well, Black Friday may have been two weeks ago, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t still plenty of holiday discounts to take advantage of in the last couple of weeks before Christmas. That includes plenty of discounted 3D printers and 3D printing supplies, too! Last time we heard from XYZprinting, they were offering some pretty nice sales on their most popular 3D printers for Black Friday. Now, for those getting-to-be-last-minute shoppers, the company is presenting a whole new crop of holiday sales that you won’t want to miss.
If you’ve been thinking of buying a 3D printer but have been holding back due to cost, this time of year is the best time to take the plunge. XYZprinting already offers some very affordable 3D printers in the $289.95 da Vinci Mini and $249.95 da Vinci miniMaker, and those have been reduced even further to their Black Friday prices, $269.99 and $229.99, respectively.
The Mini and miniMaker have been especially popular with beginners and educators for their user-friendly features including auto-calibration and auto-loading filament, as well as their sizable 5.9″ x 5.9″ x 5.9″ build volumes. The Mini can be purchased at Amazon, B&H, Frys, Michaels, Overstock, Sam’s Club, and Walmart, while the miniMaker is available from Amazon, Newegg, and Walmart.
It’s not just the most inexpensive 3D printers that have been discounted, however. The da Vinci 1.0 Pro, with its wireless connectivity, open source filament system, and 7.8″ x 7.8″ x 7.8″ build volume is $200 off, bringing it from $699.95 down to $499. It can be purchased from Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H.
To make shopping easy for you, here’s a full list of XYZprinting’s discounted products and where you can find them:
- da Vinci 1.0 $399.99 (was $499.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, Micro Center, Newegg, Sam’s Club, Staples, Studica, Target, Walmart
- da Vinci 2.0 $449.00 (was $549.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, Micro Center, Newegg, Sam’s Club, Staples, Studica, Target, Walmart
- da Vinci 1.1 Plus $629.99 (was $699.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, Micro Center, Sam’s Club, Staples, Studica, Walmart
- da Vinci AiO $499.99 (was $599.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, Micro Center, Newegg, Sam’s Club, Staples, Studica, Target, Walmart
- da Vinci Jr. 1.0 $249 (was $349.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Frys, Micro Center, Newegg, Sam’s Club, Staples, Studica, Target, Walmart
- da Vinci Jr. 1.0 WiFi $299 (was $399.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Michaels, Newegg, Office Depot, Sam’s Club, Staples, Studica, Target
- da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3-in-1 $449.95 (was $549.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Best Buy, Michaels, Newegg, Overstock, Sam’s Club, Studica, Walmart
- da Vinci 1.0 Pro $499 (was $699.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Best Buy, B&H
- da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1 $699 (was $899.95) – Resellers: Amazon, B&H, Michaels, Newegg, Office Depot, Quill, Studica, Walmart (You can also check out 3DPrint.com’s review of the 3-in-1 here!)
- da Vinci 3D Pen $34.99 (was $49.95) – Resellers: Amazon, B&H, Michaels, Micro Center, Newegg, Overstock, Sam’s Club, Walmart
- da Vinci 3D Pen EDU Bundle $49.99 (was $59.95) – exclusively from the XYZprinting website
- 3D Scanner $149 (was $199.95) – Resellers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Michaels, Newegg, Overstock, Sam’s Club, Studica, Walmart
So there you are: your Christmas shopping made easy, at least from the XYZprinting end. All of the above can also be purchased from the company’s website. Don’t forget, XYZprinting offers plenty of free resources, too, such as the XYZ 3D Gallery, which contains over 5,000 3D models that are free to download and print. With nine different categories that include art, fashion, toys, education and more, there will be plenty to keep you busy as you start working with your new printer.
Then there’s their free XYZmaker CAD software, and, for the educators among you, the completely free XYZprinting STEAM program, which includes STEAM-related curriculum that involves 3D printing. Each project contains curriculum, a file listing applicable education standards, instructions for operations and assembly, and a reflection portion for students to think about ways to improve upon the project. The website also contains plenty of images, videos and STL files. So when your students grumpily come back from holiday break, you can cheer them up with some fun 3D printing projects. Discuss in the XYZprinting Holiday Sales forum at 3DPB.com.
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