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da Vinci Pro 3-in-1 Open Source Filament 3D Printer

da Vinci Pro 3-in-1 Open Source Filament 3D Printer

Become your manufacturer with the da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1 Open Source Filament 3D Printer. This 3D printer by XYZprinting is for those seeking a high-end 3D printing performance. It comes with a built-in scanner, optional laser engraving add-on capability, and an open source filament system that allows you to print in third-party ABS and PLA 1.75mm filaments. Apart from this, the printer is also equipped with fully adjustable heating, speed, and retraction settings and an aluminum print bed for decreased chances of warpage. The dual-laser 3D scanning technology will help in a distortion-free capture of the desired object. You would be surprised to know that automatic imaging takes only 5 minutes with this 3D printer. In case you’re wondering about the edits on the finished scans, they are fully editable so that you can scale them, reposition them, and use different post-production software to give your prints a unique finish. And with the optional laser engraver module, you can engrave your creative designs onto various materials such as paper, cardboard, leather, wooden boards, and soft plastic surfaces.

da Vinci Pro 3-in-1 Open Source Filament 3D Printer
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Discovered on Aug 13, 2016, 3:52 pm EDT
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