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XYZprinting introduced Low Cost Desktop 3D Printer

United States: United States based low cost printer manufacturer XYZprinting introduced its least expensive 3D printer ‘The da Vinci Mini’ at a cost of USD290 for students, educators and small business.

The printer measures 5.9 inches’ x 5.9 inches’ x 5.9 inches (5.9 Inches in cube) with free incorporation of XYZmaker 3D modelling software. Earlier, the company introduced 3D printer for children at a cost of USD250 which is the least expensive 3D printer of the company.

Furthermore, the printer is also embedded with Wi-Fi, which allow users to transmit object file from their computers to the machine over their home networks. Moreover, ’The da Vinci Mini’ has an aluminium print bed which helps in increasing the durability.

Simon Chen, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of XYZprinting said that “XYZprinting's new da Vinci Mini 3D printer, addresses the needs of 3D printing enthusiasts without sacrificing quality and ease-of-use.” “No matter your level of 3D printing experience, the da Vinci Mini is the perfect tool to create high-quality products at an affordable price." he further added.

TechSci Research depicts that with increasing investment on research & development by the companies involved in manufacturing 3D printers coupled with increasing demand of low cost 3D printer in various end user industries majorly in education and small business.

With increasing adoption of personal as well as industrial & metal 3D printers, growing investment on research & development by the companies involved in manufacturing 3D printers coupled with increasing government support is driving the demand of 3D printers across globe. United States, Germany, Netherland, Russia, etc. are the major countries using 3D printers for various applications including automotive, packaging, consumer electronics, etc.

According to the recent report published by TechSci Research, Global 3D Printers Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020”, global 3D printers market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 31% through 2020. Increasing adoption within manufacturing industries, decreasing average selling prices and government support are the key factors driving 3D printers market globally. Besides manufacturing industries, educational institutes, and research agencies such as NASA are also adopting 3D printers for various R&D activities.

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