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    Big sale for new model QIDI TECH X-one


    The first batch of QIDI TECH X-one has arrived in

    Amazon warehouse.


    Big sale for our new model 3d printer,399 USD/set.


    Limited quantity , order as soon as possible.




    Amazon link
    :https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HZ4HY9I










    Last edited by QiDi 3D Printer; 08-17-2016 at 07:34 AM.

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    I might take the plunge but I want to know what profile to use in Simplify3D first.

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    The output file format is .gcode . QIDI TECH X-one is compatible with simplify 3D,Cura

    Last edited by QiDi 3D Printer; 08-17-2016 at 07:30 AM.

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    I understand that. In the slicer software I need to pick a printer profile to use so the software knows what settings to apply. In Simplify3D we had to use a flashforge dual, I think, to get the QIDI to work until Simplify3D added a profile for the QIDI Tech-1 printer.
    so, until they add a profile for the new printer we will need to know what printer can be selected in the software as a substitute.

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    solid looking machine.

    But why reduce print volume to 150x50x150 ?

    You've gone down to one extruder, so could actually have increased the build volume.

    But for the price - looks like a good buy :-)

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    Thanks for your explain.I understand well. Our engineer has made testing on simplify 3d. Now here is 20:41 ,engineer is off work.Tomorrow I can send you the settings on simplify 3d.We are contacting simplify 3d company to add our new model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    solid looking machine.

    But why reduce print volume to 150x50x150 ?

    You've gone down to one extruder, so could actually have increased the build volume.

    But for the price - looks like a good buy :-)
    I was thinking for the cost it could be a good machine for single use filament for making those little bit smaller parts where you want to keep cranking them out.

    I would want to add covers to help with ABS printing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QiDi 3D Printer View Post
    Thanks for your explain.I understand well. Our engineer has made testing on simplify 3d. Now here is 20:41 ,engineer is off work.Tomorrow I can send you the settings on simplify 3d.We are contacting simplify 3d company to add our new model.
    Sounds great! Thanks for the update!

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    In order to meet the demands of different users,we launched this model .It's especially suitable for the family users and students.

    Make Larger printing size 3d printer is really a good suggestion.

    yes,it's fairly good price.

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    You are welcome ,tomorrow I will send you the settings.

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