The Bibo2 Touch X Laser is a hybrid of a 3D printer and laser engraver, available with up to two extruders. The Bibo2 Touch X Laser doesn't break the bank, its versatility is cool, and it looks pretty fine too, with its sleek white body and translucent red encapsulating hood.
While accusations of cloning Makerbot abound with this, as with most other, 3D printers, the Bibo's feature set crossed with its price point make such dismissals entirely unfounded (furthermore, the claim is spurious to begin with, as Makerbot themselves owe basically their entire initial design to the open source Reprap movement - but I digress). It also features a few handy, if somewhat standard at this point, features, such as power cut restart, which protects your prnit and resumes action in the event of a power failure, integrated wifi and webcam for remote monitoring of prints, filament detection, and a handy color touch interface.
As with any tool, 3D printers are only as powerful as the applications we put them to. Applications of 3D printing in dentistry, healthcare, aeronautical engineering, and in other niche industrial areas are the primary uses of this potentially revolutionary technology, as well as a growing population of creative tinkerers, Though not the darling of the mainstream techno-speculator that it was in bubblish 2014, the steady and consistent promise signals growth for years to come - and in time, an application that will bring this technology back to the mainstream consciousness could very well revolutionize the world as we know it.
I’m impressed with the innovation of this 3D printer to utilize filament run-out...I also like that you can resume a print after a power loss event.
Has touch screen, wifi, laser engraving function...laser engraving function is also very interesting...saves a lot of money comparing to buy another laser engraving machine.