xTool D1 Pro

xTool D1 Pro
Brand: Other
Category: 3D Printer
  • 1: 20W Laser Power
  • 2: Synchronous Belt
  • 3: Dual Beam Design
  • 4: The Ultra-fine Laser Focus
  • 5: 10000mm/min motion speed
  • 6: Large Engraving Range

xTool D1 Pro - Coupon

100 USD Off Coupon:  XTOOL10OFF

xTool D1 Pro - Price

xTool D1 Pro - Specs

Product Details

  • Features
    - High Accuracy Cutting & Engraving
    - Industrial Grade ALL-STEEL Wheel & Shaft
    - Tension Wheel & Synchronous Belt
  • Specification
    Machine Power: 90W
    Laser Module Output Power: 20W
    Laser Spot: 0.08 mm
    Wavelength: 450 - 460 mm
    Routing Speed: 160 mm/s
    Working Area: 432*406 mm
    Max. Workpiece Height: 50 mm
    Voltage Input: 100-240V 50-60HZ
    Voltage Output: 12V 7A 84W
    Connecting Interfaces: Wi-Fi, USB, Offline Use
    Certification: FCC, FDA
    Operating Systems: Windows, macOS, Android, iOS
    Control Software: Laserbox Software, Laserbox App
  • Package content
    1 x xTool D1 Pro

Our Rating

The overall rating is based on review by our experts

9.0 4.5 1
  • Design 9 / 10
  • Features 9 / 10
  • Connectivity 9 / 10
  • Performance 9 / 10

xTool D1 Pro Laser Engraving Machine

The 20W diode laser is already available to the market, which is a super laser with four 5W laser beams coupled into one 20W beam. Due to the superposition of energy, the 20W diode laser energy is already not to be underestimated and can cut 12mm linden wood and 8mm black acrylic at a time. This is something that a 10W blue laser cannot do.

Just two months ago, Atomstack launched the world’s first complete 20W diode laser engraver, the Atomstack X20 Pro, which has proven to be a superb cutting machine for consumers.

This month, I learned that another brand, xTool, is about to launch their 20W device, the D1 Pro. This is an upgrade after the success of their 10W model.

The D1 Pro will use the same frame as the previous D1, but with the laser module upgraded from 5W and 10W to 20W. In addition, I know from the information revealed so far that this time they will use a limit switch to automatically identify the boundaries in all four directions.

In addition, I found it interesting to use a powerful laser to engrave on the metal surface by controlling the temperature so that the engraved pattern on the metal surface appears in color.

I think it’s a great experiment, does this accidentally mean that laser engraving can say goodbye to the world of black and white and thus enter the world of color? At least on metal surfaces, we seem to have seen the light of day.

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