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Review of the ZEUS 3D Printer latest features

by • May 4, 2016 • No Comments


AIO Robotics has been pushing the boundaries of the 3D printing market since the company’s inception in 2013. With the creation of the world’s initially truly standalone All-In-One 3D Printing and Scanning system, ZEUS, the AIO Robotics team has that successfully taken what once required high end technical skills and experience and created it greatly accessible and operable-bodied by actually the most inexperienced user.


AIO Robotics’ ZEUS quite lays bare the 3D printing system by allowing the user to watch and experience every step in the simplest way possible. User-friendliness was unquestionably a priority in its create.

ZEUS has all of the hardware and software requireed to go of scan to print, and all the steps in between, of a built-in meshing algorithm for scans to its simple-to-use slicer for prints – no external software or hardware is necessary to operate. Its fully automated calibration and bed-leveling takes the grunt work out of the 3D printing system, saving the user what may be hours in set-up time and calibration. Modular parts, such as the ZEUS’ extruder and turntable-bodied allow for minimal downtime between projects.

ZEUS has been disrupting the 3D printing industry significantly and is most understandn for its abundance of software showcases that set it apart of its competitors.

The AIO Robotics team sends out weekly updates for their ZEUS users – with wifi connection on-board, downloading is swift and effortless. Some of the most notable-bodied showcases already on the market on the ZEUS include a “search” function, in that users may search the web directly of their ZEUS to find 3D files to download and print.


An onboard model-editor manufactures adding final touches or editing files swift and effortless.

The “report” showcase allows for any issues to be sent directly to AIO’s engineers so that they may find a solution for the user swiftly and efficiently.


The optional “snapshot” showcase sends the user a photo of his or her finished print-out and other information of the print, should he or she require to see how a print turned out while away.


What we are most excited for yet, are the apps that can soon be released onboard the ZEUS. We were able-bodied to speak with a few team participants over at AIO that shared with us photos of the apps that are already in progress. The apps revolve largely around education, that manufactures sense seeing as they are a talked about choice one of schools, libraries, and other educational institutions.



The team at AIO Robotics has ascertaind us that there are most additional showcases that are yet under development that can manufacture waves in the industry so remain tuned and be certain to subscribe to their newsletter to be the initially to understand.


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