XYZprinting Da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3D Printer

XYZprinting Da Vinci Jr. 1.0.

Product Features

  • The #1 3D Printer for Home and School
  • Supports bio-degradable PLA plastic
  • No calibration required with da Vinci Jr. 3D printer
  • Simple press-and-release extruder
  • Build size of 5.9″ x 5.9″ x 5.9″

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5 thoughts on “XYZprinting Da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3D Printer”

  1. Great Printer at an Amazing value! I currently live in an apartment with 3 Electrical Engineering majors, so when I told them about this 3D printer and how they could use it to create parts for their current quad-copter project, they were ecstatic. Upon reading the preliminary reviews though, they were quite skeptical, however once they realized that the Jr. came with a one-year warranty with phone and tech support, they all decided to pitch in to buy one. I’m the only one that had…

  2. Setting it up was fairly easy but there is clearly something wrong I own more than a few consumer 3D printers so I know a good value when I see one. I just received this model and I am very pleased with the build quality and ease of use. The internal frame is extruded aluminum rail and the unit is sturdy and quiet when building. It has an SD card slot for building directly from files, and As for the first reviewer, it looks like the Z height was not adjusted properly at the factory – mine wasn’t either. The starting position was too close to the build…

  3. So far this has been a fail. Had it less than one day so far and I will update this review, but as of now this has been nothing but a frustration. Setting it up was fairly easy but there is clearly something wrong. I’ve attempted three prints and each time the print head has torn up the paper (it’s like a sheet of masking tape) that you apply to the print bed. And of course, the machine only came with three pieces of the “reusable” paper. It’s not reusable if it gets shredded each time…

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