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XYZprinting Showcases New Type of 3D Printer at CES 2017

By Korbin Lan
Published: Jan 09,2017

da Vinci Nano is XYZprinting's smallest 3D printer

Taiwanese 3D printing solutions provider XYZprinting at CES 2017 announced completely new products including the da Vinci Nano, which is their lightest and most dexterous 3D printer; the da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix, which can mix two colors using an external nozzle to create gradient colors; and the Nobel Superfine, which is a high precision desktop 3D printer.

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da Vinci Nano is XYZprinting's smallest 3D printer to date and the best choice for first-time buyers. The product will be formally made available in the second quarter of 2017.

da Vinci Junior 2.0 Mix can mix two colors using an “external nozzle” to create gradient colors and print out multiple colors. 3D models can be downloaded from XTZ's 3D image library for free, and the printer is expected to be available beginning in January 2017.

Nobel Superfine is a high precision desktop 3D printer, and its built-in DLP technology has the capacity to print photosensitive resin at a resolution of up to 25 microns. The product will be available in the second quarter of 2017.

In addition to these new products, XYZ printing also showcased an additional ten types of 3D printers as well as a number of other products, including robots, wearable fitness devices, smart home products, and health and beauty care supplies.

CEO of XYZprinting and New Kinpo Group Simon Shen said, “XYZprinting's mission is to create a new world and enable parents, children, and professionals to create 3D printed products which are easy to use and creative. At this year's consumer electronics exhibition we have taken a step further in expanding our showcased product lineup, which in addition to 3D printers also includes technologies other than 3D printing technologies. Through a wide variety of products we will make everyday life more beautiful for consumers,

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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