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Kagoo Score - Our unique 3D printers rating considers: 540 US prices • 1,100 expert & user reviews • 120 product comparisons • 22 industry awards • Score breakdown
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#5

XYZ Printing da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3‑in‑1

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$699.99

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Sep 2015
#6

XYZ Printing da Vinci Jr. 1.0

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$349.00

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Jan 2017
#7

XYZ Printing da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix

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$449.95

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Jan 2017
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XYZ Printing da Vinci Color

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$3,499.95

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Oct 2017
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XYZ Printing da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3in1

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$549.95

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Jun 2016
A good spec but a little out of date 0.25mm accuracy 3D printer

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

QWhat does accuracy mean on a 3D printer?
AAccuracy determines how close the final finished product looks compared to the original plans. The higher the accuracy, the better the final product will be.
QWhy is layer thickness important for a 3D printer?
ALayer thickness determines how thin each layer that makes up the 3D printer item is. The thinner each layer, the higher the detail level of the overall product.

Buying a 3D Printer

3D printing is a new but rapidly growing field of printing and creating. Also known as ‘additive manufacturing’, 3D printers are very different from all other printers. Below we will give you an introduction to what 3D printers are, how they work and what attributes to consider when choosing a model.

3D printing, as the name suggests, involves taking a blueprint of an object and creating a fully-realised 3D model as a physical object. The object is not so much ‘printed’ as ‘constructed’ - the printer breaks the blueprint down into hundreds of small layers, then nozzles pump a special plastic material into the shape required for the layer. It then moves up the tiniest fraction, and repeats for the next layer, and so on. Using this method the model is constructed from the base up, and at the end you have a fully 3D version of the blueprint!

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Because 3D printing is such a versatile technology, the scope of what you can print is astounding. People have successfully 3D printed everything from extremely-intricate toys and clothes to replacement parts for machines. Someone has even managed to print a fully-functional camera! Many of the blueprints used to create such things are freely available online, meaning that anyone with access to a 3D printer can download and fabricate the item!

Because the process is far cheaper and faster than creating many of the objects normally, 3D printing is increasingly being used for the creation of artificial limbs., especially for children. This is because they grow so quickly that they outgrow the size of their limbs, so cheaper, fast-produced replacements will utterly change the game.

3D printing is not just limited to medical or mechanical objects - there is a growing field dedicated to 3D printing food! While still in it’s infancy, people have already successfully used fine sugar syrups or protein pastes to create a wide array of foods, from sweets to savoury snacks.

In short, it’s an astoundingly exciting field, with a lot of potential. The tech has a long way to go still, but consumer models of machines are already available on the market for early adopters.

Pricing

Because 3D printing is such cutting-edge technology, models for early adopters come with a hefty price tag attached. Some small, lower end models can be got for around £200-400, but most come in between £750-1000. As with all very new tech, it’s expected that as more and more consumer models appear on the market, the prices will start to drop in the years to come. However right now, the price will form a substantial barrier to entry.

As of late 2017, growing interest in 3D printing has sparked a greater number of commercial printers available, and the first £100-200 models are starting to appear.

Size

Once you’ve decided to buy a machine, the next consideration is the size. Because there has to be enough space in the machine to fit the finished object, what you can create will be limited by the size of the machine. Small printers may only be able to fabricate objects a few centimetres across, while larger, more expensive machines allow for correspondingly bigger creations.

Also, it’s worth noting that even the smallest 3D printers have quite a large footprint, so will take up a substantial amount of space wherever you set them up.

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Speed

The current generation of 3D printers are not particularly fast, but this tech is evolving and getting faster all the time. That said, there is a substantial difference in speed even between current brands of printer. Look for a model with more than one nozzle for faster printing speeds.

Accuracy

Finally, 3D printers don’t yet always create a perfect 1-to-1 replica of the blueprint. This can be due to many factors, such as sub-standard quality of nozzles - nozzles that are too big don’t allow for very fine precision work, meaning it will create more of a vaguely thing-shaped lump than a delicate construction. The 3D printers on our site have an ‘accuracy’ rating - look for one with very high accuracy for the highest fidelity between the original blueprint and your finished product.

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XYZ Printing 3D Printer Prices

The price range of XYZ Printing 3D printers is from $349 to $3,500 and in total we found prices for 4 XYZ Printing 3D printers. On average, a new XYZ Printing 3D printer costs $1,175 and 80% of XYZ Printing 3D printers are priced between $349 and $3,500. The most expensive XYZ Printing 3D printer that we found is the XYZ Printing da Vinci Color at $3,500, and the cheapest is the XYZ Printing da Vinci Jr. 1.0 at only $349.

Price Range of XYZ Printing 3D Printers

The average price of XYZ Printing 3D printers is $1,175 which is the third highest average price of all 3D printer brands. XYZ Printing 3D printers start at $349 and their most expensive 3D printer costs $3,500.

Average Rating of XYZ Printing 3D Printers

We have analysed 136 expert reviews and 435 user reviews for 3D printers written online and used this information to determine an average rating for 3D printers of 71%. This makes XYZ Printing the best 3D printer brand.

When Are Most New XYZ Printing 3D Printers Released?

September to October is the most common period for new XYZ Printing 3D printers to be released in. If you wait until September 2018 then you might be able to get better features on your XYZ Printing 3D printer. It's also worth keeping in mind that the price of the current XYZ Printing 3D printers tend to drop off when the next models are released. In October 2017 four new XYZ Printing 3D printers were released making it the biggest month that year for new XYZ Printing 3D printer releases. Six new XYZ Printing 3D printers were released in June 2016 making it the biggest month that year for new XYZ Printing 3D printer releases. The biggest month in 2015 for new XYZ Printing 3D printer releases was September, with eight new XYZ Printing 3D printers released that month.

How Fast Do XYZ Printing 3D Printer Prices Drop After Release?

Most 3D printers drop in price by 2% in the first 6 months after release, however XYZ Printing 3D printers tend to depreciate faster. New XYZ Printing 3D printers drop in price by an average of 3% in the first 6 months after they wer first released. If you are prepared to wait then you could save an average of $29 on a typical $994 new XYZ Printing 3D printer by waiting 6 months before buying.

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