XYZ Printing has just unveiled two new 3D Printers to its da Vinci line of affordable 3D Printers. The new da Vinci 2.0 Duo, and da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus bring several new features to the popular da Vinci 3D Printer. The new da Vinci 2.0 Duo and 2.1 Duo Plus are dual-nozzle 3D printers that are capable of printing in 2 colors at once, with the da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus functioning as a completely stand-alone unit.
The da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus features Wi-Fi connectivity, and allows remote access and printing through a remote app, and allows users to monitor the print via a built-in camera. An easy to use touch-screen panel is also present for added functionality. The new da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus is capable of printing in two colors at once just like its counterpart, the da Vinci 2.0. The 5-inch touchscreen LCD panel runs a version of Android, and allows users to select models to print that have been placed on a USB thumb drive as well.
"da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus provides a quality, hassle-free 3D printing experience for new and experienced users so that everyone from the average consumer to small business owners and hobbyists can easily print in 3D from the comfort of their own home," said Simon Shen, the chairman of XYZprinting, Inc. "Our free one year warranty and easy-to-use mobile apps show our commitment to building a superior printing experience. With the da Vinci product line, we are shaking up the industry by providing consumers with a cost-effective way to access high quality 3D printing technology."
The da Vinci 1.0 is one of the cheapest 3D printers on the market, retailing for just $499 on Amazon now, and the da Vinci 2.0 Duo and 2.1 Duo Plus are set to be the cheapest dual-nozzle 3D Printers on the market later this year at $649 and $849 respectively. We have been working with XYZprinters since CES and will be receiving two of the da Vinvi models for review quite soon, so stay tuned to TweakTown.com for all of your 3D printing news!
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