XYZPrinting’s da Vinci 1.0 AiO and 2.1 AiO ALL-IN-ONE 3D Printers Unveiled, Starting at Just $700

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A few weeks ago a company called Zeus unveiled what was the first All-in-one 3D printer, copier, and fax machine at a price of $2,499. Such a machine had been anticipated by those within the industry for some time, as it’s the next obvious progression in the utility of 3D printers. Such a move was sure to egg on competition, and likely be the starting point in a whole series of new all-in-one devices which will launch over the next 24 months.

da Vinci 2.1 AIO 1

da Vinci 2.1 AIO 1

Just two months ago, we did a story on the Taiwanese company, XYZPrinting. They are the manufacturers of the da Vinci line of 3D printers. Back in early April the company released a statement saying that they were planning on launching an all-in-one 3D printer and scanner sometime late this year. They gave no further details, and since then have remained quiet, up until a couple of weeks ago, when Phair Tsai, the business development manager at XYZprinting told 3DPrint.com the following:

“We are adding a very special new function to our well-received printers. Also, at XYZprinting we hope to bring different 3D printing technology to [the] consumer market.”

This evening, we have received further details on XYZPrinting’s plans. This week at Computex 2014, taking place in XYZ’s hometown of Taipei, Taiwan, the company is xyz-1expected to unveil, not one, but two all-in-one devices.  Both the da Vinci 1.0 AiO and 2.1 AiO will be announced. ‘AiO’ stands for ‘All-in-one’.  We were lucky enough to get a sneak peak at these printers.

Specifications of the da Vinci 1.0 AiO are as follows:

  • Technique: FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
  • Printer Size: 46.8 x 51 x 55.8 cm
  • Display: 2.6” FSTN LCM
  • Build Size: 20(X Axis) x 20 x 19(Z Axis)cm
  • Layer Thickness: 0.4/0.3/0.2/0.1mm
  • Dual Scan Engine: 2M Pixel
  • Scan Volume: 15x15x15cm scanning volume

Specifications of the da Vinci 2.1 AiO are as follows:

  • Technique: FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
  • Printer Size: 46.8 x 51 x 55.8 cm
  • Display: 5” FSTN LCM
  • Build Size: 15(X Axis) x 20 x 19(Z Axis)cm
  • Layer Thickness: 0.4/0.3/0.2/0.1mm
  • Dual Scan Engine: 2M Pixel
  • Scan Volume: 15x15x15cm scanning volume

Both new devices will feature impressive 3D scanners which can scan an objects extremely fast.  The company says that some scans will take as little as 45 seconds. The scanner which utilizes XYZPrinting’s new patent pending technology, can repair scanned objects that are missing output and will be able to scan objects as large as 15 x 15 x 15 cm.

“Now with built-in high resolution scanning capability, we are hoping the all-in one da Vinci 1.0 AiO printer will make 3D printing even more accessible to users, even for those people who do not know how to build 3D models with software,” stated Simon Shen, president of XYZprinting

The da Vinci 2.1 AiO will differ from the 1.0 AiO in that it will include many upgraded features. These features include, but are not limited to, a 5″ tough screen interface, dual printer extruders, USB stick capabilities, and WiFi connectivity.  The company expects to begin shipping the 1.0 AiO by the 4th quarter of this years, and the 2,1 AiO by the 1st quarter of next.  For more details, and discussion about these new printers/scanners, check out the 3DPB.com forum thread for the da Vinci 1.0 AiO and 2.1 Aio machines.

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