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XYZ Printing da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro 3D printer, Open Filament, FREE for: £12 300g PLA filament, £15 maintenance tools, modelling software, and video tutorials, 15x15x15cm Built Vol.
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- Fully assembled 3D Printer. Includes 300 g PLA filament (worth £12) and maintenance tools (worth £15); Print Dimensions: 15 x 15 x 15 cm
- Material Compatibility: PLA / PETG / Tough PLA / Wood; Connectivity: USB 2.0 Cable, SD Card; XYZprinting STEAM 3D Printing Education Curriculum
- Supports 3rd Party PLA filament, G-code printing, and Microsoft 3D builder
- Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7 or greater; Mac OS X v10.10 or later; Linux v14.04, v16.04 (only XYZmaker)
- FREE XYZ Resources: 3D modelling software, online video tutorials, 3D model gallery, and technical support
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|Brand Name||XYZ Printing|
|Manufacturer Series Number||3F1JPXEU01B|
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The da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro has adjustable temperature settings for the extruder nozzle. Compatible with 3rd party 1.75mm PLA filaments. An intuitive 9-point calibration detection system. The da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro features a new wind duct design which provide a smoother printing performance. 15x15x15 build mode; 100-500 microns, USB, SD card connection.
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Supports 3rd Party Filament
With adjustable temperature settings, the da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro can print with any 3rd party 1.75mm PLA, tough PLA and PETG filaments. The enclosed design also provides more consistent print quality.
Ready to Print
The da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro uses an intuitive 9-point calibration detection system that accurately determines the distance between the extruder and the print bed, allowing you to print perfectly from 20 to 400 micron resolutions. With the optional 0.3mm extruder add-on, the print surface can become spectacularly smooth.
Faster Slicing, More Control
Choose from any 3rd Party PLA or PETG filament and easily adjust print settings to match your material in our
XYZware Pro or other slicing software.* *Cura and Slic3r.
What Else We Offer
All XYZprinting printers come with CAD and slicing software. The user-friendly UI design will lead you all the way from modelling to printing.
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I initially bought this to evaluate the utility of 3D printing for my line of work (R&D in biology). When a good filament is used, and everything set up, the printer is excellent and relatively reliable, however, whilst the resolution is stated to be 0.02mm, the kind of utility we had in mind cannot be achieved with filament printing, SLS would be required and is not currently viable for my Lab - as such I have kept this at home for myself.
However, both as a hobby 3D printer (of which I am having a lot of enjoyment with) and for more macro items, such as tube racks and the like - this printer has been performing excellently. I am very pleased with this, as my first 3D printer and foray into the realms of such things. My only caveat would be that the printing software is not as flexible as some 3rd party ones, yet as this printer can use a variety of file types, that's not an issue.
Having more flexibility with the hot ends, as I see these customised on many machines, would be beneficial as I am not yet personally up to the task of modifying one myself even though there are several good STL files and guides on how to print your own printer head. The only foul up I have experienced is due to the filament not extruding cleanly (the PLA's fault, not the printer, as I have used 6 other filaments, 5 of which were not XYZ brand and all have worked nicely, even a wood PLA), the printer head filled up with filament and I had to spend a few hours heating the PLA and letting it drip out of the compartment.
However, at some point, something went wrong, the extruder blocked itself by getting too close to the print bed, continued to extrude filament, and then cemented itself in goop. See pictures.
I approached XYZ who generally responded quickly and politely, but ultimately unhelpfully. After explaining what happened, and sending them all the various information and photos, they eventually hid behind the 'improper use' clause, saying that it wasn't calibrated. At this point I'd like to point out it advertises itself as being self-calibrating. An exercise I did every print, so I struggle to see how I've improperly used it. Short version. I told printer to calibrate itself. It calibrated itself wrong apparently. It killed itself as a result. XYZ say its my fault. They did however very generously offer to let me buy a replacement extruder from them. How nice.
When the printer works, it works fine, but realistically, if anything happens to the extruder that involves filament, rather than faulty electronics, XYZ are going to say you used it wrong, or didn't clean it, and then tell you they won't pay to repair it or replace the part. Maybe your experience will be better than mine. Remember though, 3D printers are temperamental, and you will have failed prints. One of those prints could quite easily block the extruder, it will break, and then you need to spend £80 on a replacement. It only took mine 10 days to do this.