- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 53 x 38 x 37 cm ; 20 Kg
- Produktgewicht inkl. Verpackung: 25,6 Kg
- Modellnummer: ZEUS
- ASIN: B00FXBFP24
- Im Angebot von Amazon.de seit: 10. Juni 2015
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 104.599 in Gewerbe, Industrie & Wissenschaft (Siehe Top 100 in Gewerbe, Industrie & Wissenschaft)
AIO Robotics PR1001 ZEUS All-In-One 3D Drucker und Scanner, Plastik, Desktop, geschlossen, PLA 1,75 mm
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- ECHTES PLUG & PLAY (in 10 Minuten Druckbereit!)
- STANDALONE (keine externen Computer erforderlich)
- TOUCHSCREEN (Farbe)
- SCHNELLER FARBWECHSEL (für mehrfarbige Ausdrucke)
- INTERNET FÄHIG (Wireless und LAN)
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|Besondere Eigenschaften||3D Scanner , Drucken mit USB Stick, Wifi oder Computer , Automatische Kalibrierung des 3D Druckbetts und innovatives Leveliersystem , Einfache und intuitive Navigation durch den Touchscreen|
|Eingebaute Komponenten||1Kg 3D Druck Filament, 1 Spachtel, 1 Uhu Klebestift|
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Zeus is the first and only 3D printing and scanning device that comes with a powerful built-in computer; it is also the first to offer applications directly onboard. From creating customized toys to building prosthetic hands, the apps found on Zeus will cater to users of all backgrounds and interests. Our software team is constantly designing new applications to be used on Zeus and programmers equipped with our free developer kit will be able to create their own applications as well. SCAN - Easily scan items with Zeus’s cutting edge laser-triangulation technology to capture every last detail of your object and generate a 3D file that you may modify or use to create another copy of the object. EDIT - Edit your 3D files directly on the sleek and intuitive 18 cm touchscreen display. PRINT - Automated calibration and bed-leveling allows you to quickly and efficiently bring your creations to reality, with the options of using eco-friendly PLA material or other PLA-based composites. EASY TROUBLESHOOTING - We know that 3D technology is fairly new and foreign to many, so we have equipped Zeus with a number of features that make troubleshooting a breeze. With our first-in-class reporting feature, any issues that you may encounter can be reported directly to our engineers who will get back to you with a solution within 24 hours In addition, both our extruder and glass turntable are easily removable, allowing for minimal downtime if a problem occurs. TRUE PLUG & PLAY (Ready in 10 minutes!) STAND ALONE (No external computer required) TOUCH SCREEN (Full color) QUICK COLOR CHANGE (Multi-color prints) INTERNET ENABLED (wireless & wired) SUPPORT BUTTON (One-touch customer support) LIFE VIEW (On-board model viewer, editor, & slicer) SOFTWARE UPDATES (New Features & bug fixes) WEB BROWSER (USB & web browser file transfer & file search) QUICK FIND (Search, download, & print at the touch of a button)
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Der Drucker an sich soll gut sein, aber alle andere Drucker für 500 € sind genau so gut. Der Scanner ist völlig überflüssig und nicht wert . Deswegen habe ich das Gerät zurückgeschickt.
Hier zur Übersicht:
Der ZEUS kommt mit:
- Extra Filament
- Uhu-Kleber (für den Drucktisch)
- Wifi Stick (optional für direkte Internetverbindungzum automatischen Herunterladen von Software Updates - echt genial gemacht!)
- Kalibrierungsmatte (für den Fall, dass man den Scanner auf Werkeinstellungen zurückstellen möchte)
- Extruder und Drucktisch
- Anleitung hab ich direkt auf der AIO Robotics Seite ([...]) heruntergeladen
Insgesamt: 5 Sterne Empfehlung!
- Schnelles Setup, 10 min
- Hohe Printqualität, 80 Microns mit doppeltem Kühlmechanismus
- Hervoragende Scannerauflösung, 125 Microns
- Eingebauter 7-inch Touchscreen mit Computer zum on-board Slicen & Editing
- Freie Filamentwahl
- Super Preis/Leistung!
- Wenn der Deckel geschlossen ist, kratzt das Filament manchmal am Deckel
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First is the good:
1) The form factor is fantastic. While it takes up a lot of desk space, the concept is good, and their industrial design is one of the best I've seen in the 3d printer space.
2)There are frequent updates to the software, and it has improved materially since it first arrived.
3) It has plenty of built in ways to connect to the printer, including wireless, wired, or traditionally USB.
4) Really like the stand-alone nature. Can keep models in memory (both in STL, as well as gcode form so you don't have to re-slice models you want to reprint), you can upload via a built in web browser, you can use a USB stick.
5) The extruder as a "cartridge" is a really good idea, and makes it simple to upgrade (or fix in my case)
Unfortunately, the bad is enough for me to not recommend this printer, even for the most technically minded, and adventurous out there
1) The filament path to the fundamentally flawed. The extruder is very high in the device, so there is not much clearance from the top of the machine to where the filament enters the extruder. This creates an unnatural bend in the filament, which combined with the natural tension of a filament roll unrolling latitudinally makes the filament break mid-print in about 80% of the time. a 20% success rate on printing is very, very frustrating. I've tried to compensate for this by creating an almost friction free path (keep the lid open, create a filament holder that sits above the printer), but this negates all of the form factor advantages the product has, and has created a mockery of my desktop.
2) My build plate is not level. You would think that an "auto-leveling" printer would compensate for this, but that's just not the case. The auto-level only seems to effect the raft it creates, not the model itself. If you want to build onto the buildplate, you are out of luck. Worse, there doesn't appear to be any way to manually level the build plate! Since my build plate has only increased in it's tilt since my purchase, the product itself has been reduced to scanning only.
3) The manufacturer communication is severely lacking. They have forum's on their website, and I would recommend any potential purchaser visit those forums before making a decision. All of my problems have been discussed on the forums, without a peep from the manufacturer. Other owners have had other problems, with no attempt to resolve any issues at all. From a PR perspective, they should take down their own forums because it only looks like they don't care about their product.
4) No spare parts at all. I thought about maybe trying to buy a new platform - you can't. At one point earlier in the year, the filament gear just popped off in the middle of a print. I found the gear, but not the tiny little M3 headless not that is supposed to keep it one. I had to buy one someplace else.
Just a few other interesting observations. The print will continue despite the front door being open. The filament loops around inside and appears that it could get caught on protruding hardware. The unit appears to be a good idea but not commercially ready.
Customer Service was good at getting back but didn't seem to really have the urgency that I think is important in a company these days. The option was given to either send back or do the repairs here.
The printer on the other had works right out of the box. Something to note, documentation for this unit blows. The online documentation is full of grammatical errors and is basically just a quick start guide with no substantive information available. They have also made some design changes that are not listed. On my unit the filament roll had to be installed reverse to how the documentation shows. They have also deleted the SD slot from the machine. However printing on this has been easier than any of the units I've had. Load your file and go. The print quality is OK. It's not great but it's not bad either. However it is very easy to produce your prints with very little user intervention required.
The web interface is a joke. There is a 9MB file limitation for uploading via the network. That is plain stupid. If we were still in the dialup age I could understand, with it being on a wired or wireless network with plenty of bandwidth that is just poor implementation.
The UI needs some work. I've had multiple machine lockups on me, especially if you kill a print job and then it just gets stuck and the only thing that fixes it is powering it off and turning it back on. The ribbon cable that attaches to the extruder is also not a good design. The ribbon cable already has multiple creases in it from just normal travel of the head. It will fail sooner rather than later. The cleaning mechanism for the extruder doesn't always do it's job. I had to bend the metal bracket that holds the rubber squeegee up so that it would actually rub against the nozzle tip. Even after doing that, I would have to watch the tip when I started every print to make sure that the nozzle was actually wiped clean before the job actually started. Multiple times I had to quickly snatch away the plastic excrement before it started printing on the bed or the print would be ruined and I would have to start again.
This product is a great idea but it isn't fully baked yet. It still needs more R&D both on the hardware and software side. It is DEFINITELY NOT worth the money. My Microcenter 3D Pro is a much better value for the money as it can print multiple materials, has a heated bed, has dual extruders and really didn't take too much longer to get setup to print. For $1,700 less, it gives you more options and then you can actually spend the left over money on a Fire3D scanner that will actually get the scanning job done.
Oh did I mention that the packaging sucks? Since when did tape to seal up a box become optional? The scanner almost fell out of the box when it was being unloaded from the UPS truck. The plastic tabs that hold the box together had been ripped out. Spending 10 cents a box to add some tape would have solved that problem and how hard is it to run a blade to cut the tape to open it up?
Needless to say, this item has been returned for a refund.
Oh I forgot to note that when I first fired this thing up I tried to calibrate the scanner and kept getting error messages. I finally got it to calibrate and had emailed tech support. Over a week has gone by and I have yet to receive a response from them!