3D printing is big at CES 2014 with lots of vendors showing many products and related services walking around the exhibition halls. The following is a series of photos of this new and exciting printing technology.
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XYZprinting introduced the Da Vinci 1.0 3D printer at CES 2014.
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The Da Vinci 1.0 3D printer

The Da Vinci 1.0 3D printer is a fully built printer that uses ABS resin to print objects of up to 7.9 inches per side. It's available in March with a sub-$500 price tag. More details can be seen in the following slides.
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The Da Vinci in the process of printing a 3D object.
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DWS Lab's XFab laser 3D printer

DWS Lab is an Italian company that offers high-end 3D printing for consumers. The availability and pricing of the XFab is not yet disclosed however. See more photos of the XFab in the next three slides.
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Karl Gifford of 3D Printlife shows off his company's 3D printing-related products.
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Maxwell Bogue of WobbleWorks showcasing a 3D print of the Eiffel Tower.
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Bogue demonstrating the 3Doodler 3D printing pen. The device will be available in March and will cost $99.
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Next, 3D Printing from WhiteClouds, which aims to bring 3D printing to the masses.
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EnvisionTec covers all the bases of 3D printing at CES 2014.
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