XYZprinting, creators of the first desktop full-color 3D printer, expanded its 3D printing portfolio with the introduction of the da Vinci Color mini—a consumer oriented full-color 3D printer that uses 3DColorJet technology—combining inkjet printing with the fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printing process. The brand’s full-color miniature printing technology gives users the ability to transform everyday ideas into reality. Ideal for entrepreneurs, designers and STEAM students alike, the da Vinci Color mini provides a modern full-color 3D printing solution to traditional bulky and expensive full-color 3D printers.
Desktop full-color 3D printing is here. Now, consumers can purchase an easy-to-operate, affordable, compact full-color 3D printer for $30,000 less than market rate. This is revolutionary because we are giving the public access to technology that was once only available to industry professionals,” explained Simon Shen, CEO of XYZprinting.
The da Vinci Color mini has been formulated to include features such as hands-free auto calibration, EZ removable print bed, Wi-Fi connectivity and a 5-inch color LCD screen. This is in combination with 3DColorJet technology that achieves a full color spectrum filled with millions of colors across printed layers in finished 3D projects.
Designed for professionals, consumers and producers such as animation and film models creating prototypes that will be available for use immediately after printing; architects and designers, who can use the printer to best assist their clients in envisioning the final product through scaled down models and miniature landscapes; small business owners who are looking for cost-effective solutions or starting their own full 3D printing businesses; educators interested in incorporating full color 3D printing into classrooms and curriculums; fans and collectors who love geek culture; and day-to-day consumers seeking a cost effective 3D printer, the da Vinci Color mini fits perfectly on a desktop in any environment and integrates the same superior quality and versatility its full line of 3D printers is known for.
Filed Under: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • stereolithography, Rapid prototyping