XYZprinting da Vinci Junior 1.0w 3D Printer WiFi Version £199.99 FREE Delivered from Amazon
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XYZprinting da Vinci Junior 1.0w 3D Printer WiFi Version £199.99 FREE Delivered from Amazon

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Found 26th Feb 2017
Just took delivery of this yesterday and is definitely the cheapest on the market by a long margin.

RRP £399 - but usually £299 so a great price.

Works straight out of the box.

Fully equipped with Home WiFi connectivity and the second generation auto-calibration system, the da Vinci Jr 1.0w is the most accessible 3D printer in the market

Maximum Printing Speed: up to 100mm/s* * Note: maximum printing speed tested by actual material extrusion speed under laboratory testing conditions, actual printing results may vary.

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what can you print with it?
ohhh i am so tempted to click buy right now
The lack of a heated bed, no gcode support and proprietory filament/spools would discourage me from purchasing this.
Worth watching this review

Edited by: "BargainMad" 26th Feb 2017
random_dude

what can you print with it?



I'd like to know this too. Apart from the novelty value, what do people use them for? And how long does it take in the real world to print something out?
Wall hooks, phone/tablet stands, replacement parts for a variety of domestic items. Prints can take from 20 mins to 20 hrs+. I have a i3 Prusa clone kit from Hictop and it's relative performance is excellent ( heated bed, autolevelling & using PLA & ABS )
Edited by: "BargainMad" 26th Feb 2017
one or two heads?.... heated bed is an issue
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CromeX

one or two heads?.... heated bed is an issue



Sure it would be better to have a heated bed and several heads, but this is marketed at those wanting to dip their toes into 3D printing without the headache that comes with those attributes. And dont forget the cost of this! I get that experienced people would chose something else, but this printer isnt intended for them.

random_dude

what can you print with it?



Lots and lots and lots

Ive been making things for my DVI Mavic and GoPro 4 Silver

Edited by: "3dprince" 26th Feb 2017
Good price for a basic get to know how it works printer. Lack of heated bed not a major issue since it's PLA only and the chipped spools are a bit dearer but still a good price. Voted hot.
BargainMad

The lack of a heated bed, no gcode support and proprietory … The lack of a heated bed, no gcode support and proprietory filament/spools would discourage me from purchasing this. Worth watching this review



Our office's i3 duplicator has gcode support, heated bed and works with any filament, I still can't print sh*t!
jaydeeuk1

Our office's i3 duplicator has gcode support, heated bed and works with … Our office's i3 duplicator has gcode support, heated bed and works with any filament, I still can't print sh*t!


Unusual thing to pick for a first attempt.
afroylnt

Unusual thing to pick for a first attempt.



Was on offer last year for £249, and seemed decent for the price. Using PETG as supposedly easiest to print with but 3/4 models from thingiverse don't seem to print properly. Maybe I'm doing something wrong with the cura software, or temps too high, supports usually fail or it seems to melt. The one thing I did manage to print was a fairly complicated and delicate looking hot shoe synta adapter for my dslr, but simpler models fail. Will have a try again this week.
The review was a good watch .. avoiding.
CromeX

one or two heads?.... heated bed is an issue

random_dude

what can you print with it?



​this is the one I'm looking at on eBay.. . r.ebay.com/kW5SnC

fits all what I have said above.
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