The Bibo 3d printer is an FDM professional 2-in-1 3D printer. Indeed, an additional tool head turns it into an efficient laser engraver. Then, the laser head is easily swapped out for the print one. The Bibo2 is a metal box machine with a stationary build platform which grants high printing precision. The dual extruder system allows printing soluble supports and multicolor models. It also enables the copy printing mode, which is expected to dramatically cut the time it takes to print two same models. A special sensor will alert you in case of filament run-out, an essential feature in case of large prints. Still, if the power breaks off while printing, you can simply restart the print where it left off. It’s successfully used in prototyping and small-scale manufacturing. For example, it has been used to print dental implants, sculpts, lamps and a wide variety of models. Keep on reading the full review.
One user printed four frogs at a time using two different filaments. Faster two-color print and nice look!
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One user 3D printed a reserve heart in case of breakage. Made for educational purpose, it shows decent surfaces and details.
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The Bibo 3d printer is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 50 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. The direct driver extruder technology delivers high stability and ultra-precision during the printing process. Power-off and filament run-out detection allows saving money and time. Thanks to them, your designs will come out flawlessly every time.
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The Bibo 3d printer has two 0.4 mm nozzles, giving you the best balance between speed and detail.
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The print head runs on rods with linear bearings, making the design more simple, lightweight and effective, all characteristics that are desirable in a 3D printer.
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Bibo 3d printer prints with ABS, PLA, PVA, HIPS, TPU and other materials.
The extruder system comes with two nozzle cooling fans for printing with PLA-type materials. By cooling the model down, it reduces warping, stringing and, generally, makes for higher quality prints. The fan settings can be easily managed from the main control panel even while printing.
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Unlike many FDM printers, the Bibo 3d printer has a detachable glass heated print bed and closed print chamber with removable covers, which means it can reliably print with ABS-type materials. The detachable bed ensures easy print removal, especially when handling intricate or big objects.
One user printed these highly resistant ABS-made bumper holders and immediately put them to good use.
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The Bibo 3d printer prints with 1.75 mm filament, providing you with a wide choice of materials. Supporting a variety of filaments, it allows you to print creative designs with no limitation.
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The build area of 8.4 x 7.3 x 6.3 inches (214 x 186 x 160 mm) lets you print just about anything.
The printer is controlled via a large, full-color, touchscreen interface. It can also be controlled from Wi-Fi connected devices.
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3D models can be printed from computer via Wi-Fi (optional feature) and USB cable or directly via SD card and U disk.
The printer software works with all the major slicing software. For example, it supports Cura, Simplify3D and Repetier-Host, all software available for either Win, Mac OS X and Linux.
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Bibo 3d printer is available in a white and red color scheme. Its stylish look makes it ideal for professional use, rapid prototyping and advanced design.
The printer dimensions are 18.4 x 14.1 x 14.7 inches (467 x 357 x 374 mm). It weighs 29 lb (13 kg). The spool holders are mounted on the back.
The price of the Bibo 3d printer is $679.00, which is reasonable considering its wide range of features and capabilities.