AIO Robotics Zeus All-In-One 3D Printer, 14.5 x 20.4 x 15.3 cm Maximum Build Dimensions, 80 Micron Maximum Resolution, 1.75 mm PLA Filament

August 30, 2015 - Comment

We love 3D technology. And we want to elevate your 3D experience with the best 3D Printer & Scanner on the market. ZEUS by AIO Robotics 3D prints and 3D scans with the touch of a button. The 7” touchscreen and on-board computer with editing and slicing software makes it the easiest and fastest way to go from 3D model to 3D print. 125-micron scanning and 80-micron printing resolution accelerates the design process by enabling high-resolution prototypes and models to be created right at your desk. Perfect for educational use, while ZEUS is powerful enough for professionals, it’s also simple and intuitive enough for young students. ZEUS enables students to learn about 3D technology through a hands-on approach. ZEUS allows students to bring imaginative ideas to life, while also preparing them for the careers of the future. Product Features Fabricates parts up to 14.5 x 20.4 x 15.3 cm (H x W x D) in size or 4,526 cubic cm in volume Prints layers up to a maximum resolution of 80 microns Fabricates parts using 1.75-mm PLA filament (sold separately) 7″ color touchscreen controls the fully automated printing, copying, scanning, and faxing of parts without the use of an external computer Automatic calibration and bed leveling ensures precise prints and scans

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We love 3D technology. And we want to elevate your 3D experience with the best 3D Printer & Scanner on the market. ZEUS by AIO Robotics 3D prints and 3D scans with the touch of a button. The 7” touchscreen and on-board computer with editing and slicing software makes it the easiest and fastest way to go from 3D model to 3D print. 125-micron scanning and 80-micron printing resolution accelerates the design process by enabling high-resolution prototypes and models to be created right at your desk. Perfect for educational use, while ZEUS is powerful enough for professionals, it’s also simple and intuitive enough for young students. ZEUS enables students to learn about 3D technology through a hands-on approach. ZEUS allows students to bring imaginative ideas to life, while also preparing them for the careers of the future.

Product Features

  • Fabricates parts up to 14.5 x 20.4 x 15.3 cm (H x W x D) in size or 4,526 cubic cm in volume
  • Prints layers up to a maximum resolution of 80 microns
  • Fabricates parts using 1.75-mm PLA filament (sold separately)
  • 7″ color touchscreen controls the fully automated printing, copying, scanning, and faxing of parts without the use of an external computer
  • Automatic calibration and bed leveling ensures precise prints and scans

Comments

Sean Peterson says:

Comprehensive Review – 1 month of use I’ve used this 3D Printer and Scanner combo for about a month now, and here are my findings.ProsI chose this particular printer for the combination functionality and also the ease of use I purchased 2 DIY printers previously to get a feel for 3D printing, however it was a big mistake. I ended spending the same amount of time, if not more, figuring out how to assemble, maintain, and repair them, than actually using them. DIY printers are fine if you are willing to tinker, and most importantly, have time to do so. For me, I really did not want to spend just as many hours maintaining the printer as printing itself.The Zeus printer in comparison is much easier to use, calibration was truly a pain with printers. Once an object was printed, and I took the object off the print bed, I had to level the print bed again before the next print. I like how the software came preloaded with the Zeus printer, and it was quite simple to operate. There are software updates that…

A. Zoghlin "cpu monster" says:

Comprehensive review – 7 months of use from an expert I have no idea where all these positive reviews are coming from. I was a kickstarter backer, and was really excited to finally get the printer. I’ve now had it for over six months, and there are several fundamental flaws, and some major issues with the manufacturer you should know about before purchasing this device.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)…

Harvey B. Guindi says:

Really delivers on the promise of being the easiest to use 3D printer ever! This is my first 3D printer and the choice I made after extensive reviews and 2 years worth of speaking with several 3D printer companies at 2014 and 2015 CES.I picked the Zeus because I wanted to be able to begin to use and enjoy 3D printing without having to learn a ton of software and tools first. I have been in IS/IT for 20+ years now, and don’t have the time as I used to to invest in learning something new. The promise of Zeus was to bring to market a 3D printer that worked like your trusty and easy to use Inkket all-in-one printers. I think the Zeus does this even better than those!Why?I setup my Zeus on my ethernet LAN ( could use wireless, but I have network drops so I used that), I set it up in a location where it won’t disturb anyone. Why is this important? Because this unit does not need a computer and I have actually never even used a computer to print or scan anything (more than I can say for most standard all-in-one desktop…

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