The printer comes fully assembled, you just have to mount the build plate and add the resin. You can use open-source software (i.e. NanoDLP) or Wanhao’s Slicer for preparing your 3D models. The models will be 3D printed from a USB-stick.
You don’t need to buy anything besides the occasional resin tank replacement and the resins themselves.
Wanhao upped the Duplicator 7 Plus’ X/Y accuracy to self-proclaimed 0.0001 mm, that’s 100 nanometers. In comparison, the original Wanhao D7’s resolution is 0.05 mm. This reflects in the price, which is currently at $700 instead of $500.
A revised touchscreen was added to the Wanhao Duplicator 7 Plus.
The Duplicator 7 Plus is able to 3D print up to 30 mm per hour and features a triple cooling fan to avoid overheating.
Despite keeping the same dimensions, the machine weighs less