Although in the catalog of XYZprinting There are very interesting machines capable of overwhelming many users, the truth is that, within these users, many weighed something so simple that once a not too low economic amount was disbursed, they also had to go through the box and acquire their own filaments of XYZprinting without being able to opt for another type of equally interesting and cheaper material.
Apparently and after a long time deciding how to handle this situation correctly, the company's board of directors has decided to remedy this problem by allowing its printers to be used with third-party filament. The first machine released with this new feature is the XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro 3D.
The new XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro 3D will allow you to use open source 1,75 millimeter PLA filament.
This new machine, as XYZprinting explained in its latest release, apparently has been prepared to work with open source filaments. For this, it has been equipped with a nozzle whose extruder temperature can be adjusted, in this simple way, the printer can be compatible with practically all 1,75 mm PLA filaments present in the market.
In addition to this novelty, the da Vinci Jr. 1.0 Pro 3D has been equipped with a new redesigned air duct capable of boosting cooling, thus achieving much smoother prints. As a final detail, it is worth mentioning that, separately, there is the option of purchasing a second printing nozzle with a diameter of 0,3 millimeters and a resolution of 50 microns. If you are interested in this new machine, just tell you that the prices start from $499.