A 3D printer maker from Taiwan has launched its newest desktop complete-color system. XYZprinting launched the system called the da Vinci Color 5D at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The intriguing name may imply a new 3D printing technology. But the da Vinci Color 5D is an FFF/FDM and inkjet 3D printer. It has laser engraving abilities. This is thought to describe the mix of 3D and 2D printing adventure.
This is shown as the 5D may make 3D prints and also print on a document with the latest 2D printing element.
The da Vinci Color 5D comes after some releases. They include the da Vinci “All in One (AiO)” desktop 3D scanner and FFF system da Vinci Color mini.
It can apply CYMK ink to a shade-absorbing PLA element. This is with enhanced shade soaking and for complete-color prints. Furthermore, the latest manufactures 2D printing elements allow printing on paper. This is while utilizing the exact CMYK ink containers.
A fast-discharge extruder is as well connected to the da Vinci Color 5D. It helps to expedite the change and update to the tempered steel vents and laser etcher add-on. The outlets are created to endure harsh, composite elements. The materials include metallic PLA filaments and carbon fiber. Besides, the laser etcher works well with materials. This includes cardboard, paper, leather, plastic, and wood.
The da Vinci Color 5D is currently accessible at $3999. Users will have to purchase the Ink separately. The ink will cost $69.95 each. At the moment it’s on the show at the XYZprinting box (#31515). This is situated in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 3. This year’s CES 2020 will come to an end on January 10th.
XYZprinting was started in 2013 and it is a company committed to bringing the additive manufacturing to businesses and consumers across the world.