Jan.2, 2014

Chinese desktop 3D printer manufacturer Weistek announced today that it will bring two of its consumer 3D printers - X-Master and IdeaWerk - to International CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

X-Master Desktop 3D Printer is the latest model by Weistek, it features 280x240x200 mm large build volume, best layer solution of 0.05mm, printing speed up to 300cm³. X-Master is a Plug-and-play device and has an automatic-lock system for safety.

Features and specifications:

  • Fashionable outlook design
  • Automatic-lock system ensuring the safety for your kids or pets
  • Three shortcut buttons on the body: Print/Door Up/Door Down
  • Plug and play, easy to use
  • Best layer solution of 0.05mm
  • Printing speed up to 300cm³
  • 3.5" HD LCD touch screen for controlling the printing process
  • Free and optimised printing software
  • >120 hours super long continuous printing guaranteed - a real promise of quality.

The IdeaWerk 3D printer is CE and FCC certificated and includes the following key features:

  • Compact and portable, with five colors available
  • 3.5" HD LCD touchscreen
  • Solid metal body
  • >120 hours super long continuous printing guaranteed
  • Layer thickness of 0.18-0.3mm and fast speed, 30-150 cm³ /H
  • Easy to asssemble with just several screws

The IdeaWerk 3D printer is offered in two packaging options: Four Parts Package (for saving shipping space/cost and enjoying the fun of DIY) or Fully Assembled. Price range: US $ 699 - 1,099 / Unit.

Weistek was founded in May 2011 and at the end of 2013, Wesitek set up a new production site of 4000 sqm in Shenzhen, China. It has now an R&D team of 20 engineers and owns two approved patents and 10 awaiting approval.

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Terrence Teo wrote at 9/16/2015 5:37:17 AM:

Totally Awesome !! This printer is very cheap and helping me from a long time.It combines performance and convenience like no other printer in its class. I would like to suggest to buy a 3D printer which will help you in learning 3D printing. I bought mine from amazon and is compatible with the latest versions of Windows and Mac OS.

C Weimer wrote at 10/1/2014 4:30:42 AM:

Does puge, puget technologies still have the rights Or some kind of contract to sell services to any 3d printer Under Weistekusa

Clones never evolve wrote at 1/3/2014 10:32:30 AM:

I agree, the second is an Up and the 1st is an ultimaker with a cheap facia. Seems China still deserves the "copied in china" mark. Isn't Stratasys suing Afinia still?.. they can sue Weistck too now right?.. then 3d systems for their Cube rip-off as well.

themanfromouterspace wrote at 1/3/2014 6:14:59 AM:

Is it just me, or does the second one look a lot like an UP Plus?

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