XYZprinting Da Vinci 2.0 Duo 3D Printer

January 25, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Dual Extruders – da Vinci 2.0 Duo features two extruders allowing you to create multi-color projects Great Value – Dual extruder printers have never been this approachable ever Cloud Library – Thousands of 3d models available; Share, create and print online with the XYZWorld community Low Maintenance – Print-bed detection and automatic nozzle

Product Features

  • Dual Extruders – da Vinci 2.0 Duo features two extruders allowing you to create multi-color projects
  • Great Value – Dual extruder printers have never been this approachable ever
  • Cloud Library – Thousands of 3d models available; Share, create and print online with the XYZWorld community
  • Low Maintenance – Print-bed detection and automatic nozzle cleaning

Comments

Adrian Sebborn says:

A brilliant product marred by the latest firmware releases 0

RSSS1 says:

Good printer, but don’t expect prints right away I got the printer two days ago, overall I think it is a good deal for the price, but there are a few rough edges that need to be worked on. This is my experience with it so far:- It came with two cartridges, one white and the other is red, if you are buying extra cartridges with the printer you probably don’t want to get these two colors- Unpackaging and getting the printer starter was not hard at all, took about 30 minutes, the directions were very straight forward- I followed instructions exactly as in their document, but when I tried to print the demo object for some reason nothing came out of the printer, it took several attempts and nozzle cleanups to finally getting it working, not sure why it got clogged on first use- the Demo object as other people have mentioned was badly stuck to the print bed, it broke when I was trying to get it out, I had used UHU as instructed, so I recommend either buying a “Cricut Spatula” or “3D printer Tape”, both available at…

Javier Nerys says:

So I pulled the trigger on this one hoping that is not going to be one of those too good to be true gimmicks First 3-D printer I ever purchased after doing some intense research. Sometimes I suffer from “paralysis from analysis”. I had 4 other candidates but a bit more expensive with less features. So I pulled the trigger on this one hoping that is not going to be one of those too good to be true gimmicks. To my surprise the printer delivered as advertised, but man is HUGE in size. I had to go get me a new table to set is on. Anyway on to the printing. Like other users review here, my first demo print of the vase got stuck to the print bed beyond belief, i think i used too much glue or something. But the print itself came up FLAWLESSLY. Per my research, items do get stuck on print beds, is a common thing you just need to find alternatives to the glue like blue painters tape or let the platform cool for a while. I got this on Wednesday 27 and I have been printing non stop. One thing that i notice the right extruder seems to me scraping the items and the bed. I dont want to mess with…

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