CAD House are exclusive resellers for XYZ 3D Printing in Africa.
XYZ 3D Printing sports a range of affordable 3D Printers which includes the new Da Vinci Junior - a 3D Printer designed for easy use by children, Da Vinci 1.1 AIO - and all in one 3D Scanner and 3D Printer combination, Noble - extreme high resolution UV Laser desktop SLA 3D Printer, the Da Vinci Food 3D Printer - capable of extruding pastes such as chocolate and cookie doe, and the XYZ Bio 3D Printer - for use in the medical industry.
CAD House holds exclusive rights to sell XYZ 3D Printing products in Africa - beware of illegal and grey imports as these machines will not be covered by warranties.
Big Things Come in Small Packages
Don’t let its new slimmer and lighter look fool you! XYZprinting’s brand new 3D printer, the da Vinci Jr. has a robust build size of 150mm x 150mm x 150mm at the amazing low price! Easily the most affordable and accessible 3D printer in the market, the da Vinci Jr. is perfect for first time 3D designers and aspiring inventors. This desktop 3D printer makes for a fantastic addition to your home, office, or classroom.
Da Vinci 1.1 AIO (All In One)
XYZprinting’s da Vinci All-in-One (AiO) 3D printer features a rapid scanner which scans objects in industrial grade resolution in just five minutes! Our high-tech laser sensor technology and our turn-table print bed drastically save you time on getting your very first print started!
Nobel 1.0 is a highly accurate consumer-grade desktop 3D printer, the print resolution of Nobel 1.0 reaches 25 micron, designed to achieve superior print results for users of all levels at an affordable cost.
Closed Printing Area Ensure Home Use Safety
UV Laser 405nm Class 1 certification with Product Shell is safe for home use and all enclosed design protects users from ultraviolet ray during printing, and ensures printing byproducts aren’t released outside the printing area.
XYZ 3D Food Printer
Basically this is a 3D printer, just like the Da Vinci AiO 1.0
However, instead turning plastic into 3D objects, the Food Printer turns ingredients into uncooked food. The ingredients can be chocolate or dough or a combination of solid items and the results, for now, will be cookies, or decorations for cakes. You then do need to bake the printed items before you can consume them, however.
Just like a 3D printer, the Food Printer can create various 3D shapes for common food items. XYZPrinting says it has worked with a food specialist, and created a proprietary recipe that can be used in single- or triple-material versions. The machine has an onscreen touch display that lets users select a preset design for the shape of the food. Users can also import designs from the Web or use a USB drive to upload their own designs.
3D Bio Printers
3D bioprinting is the process of generating spatially-controlled cell patterns using 3D printing technologies, where cell function and viability are preserved within the printed construct.
Using 3D bioprinting for fabricating biological constructs typically involves dispensing cells onto a biocompatible scaffold using a successive layer-by-layer approach to generate tissue-like three-dimensional structures. Artificial organs such as livers and kidneys made by 3D bioprinting have been shown to lack crucial elements that affect the body such as working blood vessels, tubules for collecting urine, and the growth of billions of cells required for these organs. Without these components the body has no way to get the essential nutrients and oxygen deep within their interiors. Given that every tissue in the body is naturally compartmentalized of different cell types, many technologies for printing these cells vary in their ability to ensure stability and viability of the cells during the manufacturing process. Some of the methods that are used for 3D bioprinting of cells are photolithography, magnetic bioprinting, stereolithography, and direct cell extrusion. Typically, the first step used is getting a biopsy of the organ. From this examination, certain cells are isolated and multiplied. These cells are then mixed with a special liquefied material that provides oxygen and other nutrients to keep them alive. Finally, the mixture is placed in a printer cartridge and structured using the patients’ medical scans. When a bioprinted pre-tissue is transferred to an incubator this cell-based pre-tissue matures into a tissue.
XYZ 3D Scanner
With self-service available as well as handheld and PC-integrated tools, the processes for 3D scanning are becoming much more available, as well as options in what we can scan. You can feasibly scan anything you can see from your smartphone in many cases.
What has been missing though until now is serious affordability combined with quality; however, just announced by XYZprinting is exactly what many have been waiting for, as the company claims it to be the ‘best valued 3D scanning solution to hit the market.’
The XYZprinting 3D scanner is a versatile handheld device that is quick, easy, and accurate. Employing Intel’s RealSense built-in 3D camera technology, the innovative scanner has ‘advanced depth sensing capabilities,’ which works for users of all levels but is especially helpful to novices just learning to use scanning technology.
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