Welcome “da Vinci Nano”: The Cheapest 3D Printer On The Market
Being a technology enthusiast and early adopter means being intimately familiar with the rate it takes for new technology to drop in price to a level where it’s sustainable as a true consumer product. Right now we’re seeing this happen with VR – in just a few years the barrier to entry has decreased to a point where you can get full-fledged VR (an Oculus and a computer to power it) for $999.
However the speed at which this happens is different depending on the industry. And 3D Printing has been one that has taken a little longer than most have hoped. However XYZ Printing, a Taipei-based 3D printer manufacturer, seems to get it. The company currently sells multiple models for under $300 – and today announced the da Vinci Nano, the cheapest full-fledged 3D Printer for $229.95.