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XYZprinting Unveils Details on Expanded Line of High Quality Desktop 3D Printers

$849 da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus on Display at Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo; Includes Free One Year Limited Warranty, Wi-Fi Connectivity and Remote Tablet Access

NEW YORK, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- XYZprinting, dedicated to being the number one global brand in 3D printing, today announced the pricing, features and availability on its 2014 line of desktop 3D printers, which includes da Vinci 1.0, da Vinci 2.0 Duo and da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus. Priced from $499 to $849, the da Vinci product line features three distinct high-quality, easy-to-use desktop 3D printers and the new high-end machines will be on display this week at the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo in New York.

All of the da Vinci machines require no assembly, are equipped with innovative safety features and include a free one year limited warranty. The printers are currently compatible with ABS plastic and are set to be compatible with PLA by Q4. Showcased earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, the $499 da Vinci 1.0 is now available for purchase in the U.S. on Amazon.com and is for the first time making high-grade 3D printing technology available to consumers at an affordable price. The next generation of XYZprinting machines, da Vinci 2.0 Duo and da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus, are dual-color machines that will be available in Q2 and Q3 for $649 and $849 respectively.

The da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus is the most advanced machine and features Wi-Fi connectivity, remote access through a mobile app and built in camera, and an easy-to-use touch panel for an interactive and seamless 3D printing experience. Key features of the 2.1 Duo Plus model include:

  • Color Creativity: da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus features dual-nozzles for multi-color print projects using the 12 filament colors available in easy-to-install cartridges.
  • Remote Access: With XYZprinting's Android and iOS apps, users can set up and monitor print jobs through an iPad or Android tablet. A built in camera allows users to see live images of their print job while on the go.
  • Stand-alone Printer: Featuring a USB port and Android-based 5'' color LCD touch panel, the da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus is a Wi-Fi enabled machine that can be managed and operated without a connection to a desktop or laptop computer. Users can simply plug in a USB drive and press print or work from a tablet using the XYZprinting app and Wi-Fi connection.
  • Expanded Cloud Resources: da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus includes XYZ World, an open-source cloud database with 3D models consumers can customize as desired. Updated daily, the database includes over 700 drawings and features timely pop culture and holiday-themed items.

"da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus provides a quality, hassle-free 3D printing experience for new and experienced users so that everyone from the average consumer to small business owners and hobbyists can easily print in 3D from the comfort of their own home," said Simon Shen, the chairman of XYZprinting, Inc. "Our free one year warranty and easy-to-use mobile apps show our commitment to building a superior printing experience. With the da Vinci product line, we are shaking up the industry by providing consumers with a cost-effective way to access high quality 3D printing technology."

Owned by New Kinpo Group, one of the world's largest global manufacturing companies based in Taiwan, XYZprinting has deep experience in the printing and manufacturing industries and is poised to deliver quality, cost-effective products that are accessible to everyone.

Availability
The da Vinci 1.0 is now available on Amazon.com with an MSRP of $499 and free two-day shipping for Amazon Prime members. da Vinci 1.0 will also be available through Studica and Microcenter in the coming months.

The da Vinci 2.0 Duo will be available in Q2 at an MSRP of $649 and the da Vinci 2.1 Duo Plus will be available at an MSRP of $849 in Q3 through select online retailers including Amazon.com. All da Vinci printers require no assembly and include a one year warranty.

About XYZprinting
Backed by Taiwan-based electronic manufacturing conglomerate, New Kinpo Group, XYZprinting is dedicated to bringing cost-effective 3D printing to consumers and households around the world.  With proven industry expertise and an innovative spirit, XYZprinting is poised to break down the barriers of 3D printer ownership by providing an easy-to use-device that delivers an outstanding user experience.

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