Nov 28, 2017 | By Tess

With Black Friday and Cyber Monday having come and gone again, some may be waking up this morning with pangs of regret, wishing for those discounted 3D printers they should have bought, or other good deals that could have been had.

Fortunately, not all 3D printing companies are held down by the rules of Black Friday/Cyber Monday, so there are still some great discounts out there.

Italian 3D printer manufacturer Robot Factory, for instance, has announced that (as of November 27th) its 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+ 3D printer is being discounted by up to 60% for clients that purchase it directly from the manufacturer.

What does that mean in terms of cost? For starters, the company’s DLP 3D printer will be available for €4,800 ($5,707), while the full package, complete with 3D printer and accessories, is available for €6,000 ($7,134).

The full package includes the 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+, management and printing software, a UV oven for curing prints, an ultrasonic device for cleaning prints, and more. (You can view the full list of accessories on the company’s website.)

Robot Factory’s 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+ (the fourth and most recent version of its 3DLPrinter-HD), has gained a loyal following from its users, of which the company says there are over one hundred.

The state-of-the-art DLP 3D printer, which uses a digital light projector to solidify layers of photosensitive resin, is built to last with a supporting structure coated in steel powder, prismatic guides with double ball bearings, and a Z axis with ball screw. All these features ensure that Robot Factory’s 3D printer is both precise in terms of its printing and rigid in terms of its build.

In terms of specifications, the 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+ has a respectable build volume of 100 x 56 x 150 mm, an XY resolution of 50 μm, and a Z resolution of between 30 μm and 100 μm, making the 3D printer ideal for producing small parts, such as jewelry or dental models, which require high precision and detail.

Even with the huge discount the company is offering, clients will still be able to benefit from all the perks that come with the 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+, including a customer support service, a detailed user manual, and detailed documentation for the end user to optimize their use of the 3D printer.

The company adds that it is also possible to partake in an initial training program for using its 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+ 3D printer, which is free if it is hosted at Robot Factory’s headquarters in Italy.

To take advantage of Robot Factory’s year-end sale—which, again, has discounts of up to 60%—interested customers can visit the company’s website and purchase the 3D printer (with or without accessories) directly. Robot Factory says that the 3DLPrinter-HD 2.0+ is available for immediate delivery.

 

 

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