Jan 6, 2015

New 3d printers by XYZprinting: Da Vinci Junior, Nobel 1.0 SLA and Food Printer

XYZPrinting is well known for their Da Vinci machines just released three new machines, Junir with smaller volume, SLA Nobel and Food Printer which extrudes pastes or chocolate and makes food decorations.

Da Vinci Junior technical specifications:
  • Print Technique: FFF
  • Printer Size: 42 x 38 x 43 cm
  • Printer Weight: 12kg
  • Build Envelope: 15 x 15 x 15 cm
  • One Touch Setup
  • Eco friendly power consumption of just 75 watts.
  • Features: SD card support, HFC technology used to detect low filament, one-year warranty.
  • Price: 349 USD
Da Vinci Junior 3d printer

Here is video review of Da Vinci Junior:

Nobel 1.0 SLA 3d printer technical specifications:
  • Print Technique: Stereolithography
  • Printer Size: 28.2 x 33.7 x 60.5 cm
  • Printer Weight: 20 lb/9.1 kg
  • Auto resin refill
  • Complete cover to ensure dust and pollutants do not spoil the print.
  • Onboard LED Display of 5” with a Touch Panel.
  • Connectivity of Device: USB 2.0 , Host/Client , WiFi
  • Build Envelope: 12.8 x 12.8 x 20cm
  • Print Resolution: X/Y : 300 microns, Z: 25 microns
  • Printing Material: Photopolymer Resin
  • Price: 1499 USD

XYZPrinting Nobel SLA 3d printer

Here is a video overview of Nobel. Tests or reviews are not yet available.

XYZPrinting Food 3d printer technical specifications:
  • Printer Dimension 420 x 427 x 605 mm
  • Print jets multiple (50-100 cc*3)
  • Nozzle diameter 1/2/4/8 mm (optional)
  • Display 5" touch screen
  • Connectivity USB
  • Maximum creation size 200 x 150 x 150 mm
  • Layer thickness 0.8-6.4 mm
  • Software XYZware
  • Operating System Win 7/Win 8/Mac OSX 10.8
  • File Types STL and XYZ format
  • Price: unknown
Here is a video of food printer in action of extruding chocolate letters on a bread slice:

XYZPrinting also presented some sort of food growing cube with salad growing inside it. Looks like some sort of hydroponics or growth medium desktop / indoor plant growing setup.
There are no independent test or reviews of any of those machines yet.