Increasing requests from customers looking for an Aquila 3D printer upgrade have driven Voxelab to introduce the Voxelab Aquila X2, an ambitious ~$200 3D printer that enhances some core functions of its Aquila predecessor while improving user operation and experience.
“To our minds, the core points of beginner 3d printers lie at easy operation and reliable support”, said Mr. Duan, Principal Engineer of Voxelab. “We’re upgrading the Aquila X2 to a more beginner-friendly printing machine with the straight-forward operation, both in the level of mechanical design and slicing software integration. Additionally, our team is on standby 24/7 for support services. Users can expect a response within 20 minutes.” With the entry-level 3D printer competition becoming increasingly fierce, Voxelab is taking all measures to ensure its printers and staff leading 3d print beginners into 3d printing journey smoothly and pleasantly.
Voxelab Aquila X2 offers all the same basic functions of the Aquila, including the all-metal body, resume printing option, fast-heating build plate, and more. It adds filament detection, a portable handle and a new color rotary knob screen. Around 30% of Aquila users installed the filament detection kit for better printing performance, so the new Aquila X2 will save users from buying and installing the detection kit by themselves. Additionally, the printer supports all slicers, including VoxelMaker, Simplify3D and the widely used open-source slicing software Cura.
The new Aquila X2 will be available on Voxelab’s website in early July, at a cost of around $200.
For those who are not yet familiar with the company, Voxelab is a sub-brand of Flashforge launched in 2020. Voxelab’s goal is to provides users of all skill levels with easy, efficient, reliable yet low-cost 3d printers. Products cover extrusion 3D printers, photopolymerization 3D printers, filaments, resins and slicing software, for all 3D printing requirements.