Jun 5, 2017 | By Tess

3D printer manufacturer XYZprinting has introduced its latest product: the Nobel Superfine Digital Light Processing (DLP) 3D printer. The 3D printer, purportedly ideal for jewelry design and dentistry applications, is currently being showcased at JCK Las Vegas, the leading jewelry trade show in North America.

XYZprinting, known best for its da Vinci line of low-cost FDM 3D printers, is hoping to make an impact with its first ever DLP 3D printer, the Nobel Superfine. The DLP additive manufacturing system was first mentioned at CES 2017 in January, where XYZprinting debuted its Nobel 1.0A SLA 3D printer.

Now, in the appropriate setting of JCK Las Vegas, consumers are getting their first look at the Nobel Superfine DLP 3D printer, which is being touted as one of the most affordable DLP 3D printers in its class. Priced at $2,699, it’d be hard to argue with that.

Though not immediately available for purchase (XYZprinting’s website indicates the 3D printer is expected to ship in August 2017), the Nobel Superfine 3D printer will surely appeal to jewelry makers and dental professionals seeking to adopt 3D printing technologies without seriously breaking the bank.

“The Nobel Superfine is aimed squarely at empowering professional designers and business owners with cost effective solutions to grow their business,” said Simon Shen, CEO of XYZprinting. “Every decision made during the ideation and design phases of the Nobel Superfine was made based on the principle of balancing high quality printed products with easy maintenance over time for its users. We believe you shouldn’t have to sacrifice quality for affordability.”

The XYZprinting 3D printer comes fully assembled, with its DLP system offering a layer height (Z-axis) of up to 25 microns and an adjustable X/Y axis resolution of 50 microns. Other technical specifications include dimensions of 11.4” x 14” x 16.7”, a UV LED light source, a 1.1 lbs resin cartridge, and no necessary calibration. The 3D printer, which features an enclosed design, is compatible with both Photopolymer Resin and Castable Resin.

As visitors of JCK Las Vegas will see, the Nobel Superfine DLP 3D printer is capable of producing high quality jewelry molds which, if printed using a wax resin, can deliver final products that are comparable to those made using the lost-wax casting technique.

The high resolution of the molds can offer jewelry makers a much simpler and more versatile method for producing high quality jewelry pieces. JCK attendees will reportedly be able to see samples made using the new 3D printer, including rings, bracelets, brooches, and even tiaras.

Along with the printer’s low price tag, XYZprinting is hoping that a one-year limited warranty and unlimited email and call support for its new 3D printer will appeal to small-to-medium jewelry making businesses who are seeking to benefit from 3D printing without any extensive experience with the technology.

The Nobel Superfine DLP 3D printer is currently available for pre-order via XYZprinting’s website, though eager consumers can catch the first glimpse of the 3D printing system at JCK Las Vegas, which is running until June 8.



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