Within the SLA printer category, even very economical printers, like XYZ Printing Nobel, may seem like an investment. This is because the technology and materials for resin-based 3D printing are more advanced and more expensive in general, but for users who absolutely want a professional finish, it might be worth opening up their wallets.
The most affordable 3d SLA printer on the market is definitely the XYZPrinting Nobel 1.0. Designed for educators, thinkers and intermediate managers, the Nobel is able to create complex, very detailed objects without difficulty. The main advantages are the price (both of the 3D printer and its consumables) and the printing time, although slow for an SLA not comparable to the FDM.
XYZ Printing Nobel: Impressions
The Nobel 1.0 is different from any 3D printer you have worked with before. It’s the first affordable stereolithographic 3D printer for the general public, only 1600€. Although it’s not cheap, it’s by far the cheapest 3D SLA printer on the market. Other machines can cost twice as much or even more.
And if the price of the printer hasn’t locked you in yet, keep in mind that the supplies for this type of printer, liquid resin, are not, they too, cheap. The resin for the Nobel 1.0 costs about 100€ per 1 kg. Like all resins from the other side. On the other hand, Nobel 1.0 is able to print with extremely high detail and can print objects with overhanging characteristics difficult to print for FDM printers. Nobel 1.0 is also compact and relatively quiet during operation.
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