Resin material for XYZprinting Nobel 1.0 3D printer review

78,03 inkl. Mwst.

Whoever owns a Nobel 1.0 from XYZprinting depends on the resin from the manufacturer. The company uses proprietary material for almost all its products and forces the user to buy them. Despite this disadvantage in choice, the resin quality and 3D object results are satisfying for the price, which is cheap compared to other resin 3D printers like from Formlabs.


The resin mate­r­i­al for Nobel 1.0 3D print­ers from the man­u­fac­tur­er XYZprint­ing is sold in these 500 ml bot­tles in pack­ages of two. The bot­tles can­not be bought sep­a­rate­ly and cost about 120 to 130 € in total. This is not cheap although the Form1 + resin from Form­labs is priced at € 149 per liter which is a bit more expen­sive in the long-term.

Properties and color selection of the synthetic resin

XYZprint­ing sells five resin col­ors: crys­tal (clear), gray, white, blue and magen­ta. The col­or selec­tion is easy to select is eas­i­ly done before order­ing via the but­ton resin mate­r­i­al for the Nobel 1.0 3D print­er on Ama­zon.

The mate­r­i­al is very clear and despite par­tial crit­i­cism online pro­duces good qual­i­ta­tive results. The neg­a­tive reviews are main­ly due to the rel­a­tive­ly sen­si­tive and com­plex use of the Nobel 1.0 3D print­er. Nev­er­the­less, the mate­r­i­al and the 3D print­er are cheap­er and more mid­dle class priced than oth­er SLA 3D print­ers.

When used cor­rect­ly, you can get clear and detailed print results that are bet­ter than with FDM print­ers. You almost can­not see the print lay­ers which are bare­ly rec­og­niz­able in com­par­i­son to FDM or FFF 3D print­ers. How­ev­er, for this the print­ing time is extra­or­di­nar­i­ly longer com­pared to reg­u­lar home print­ers using the FDM print­ing method.

Critical consideration of the synthetic resin

The bot­tles of resin have an NFC label on the bot­tom which the print­er reads to ver­i­fy the car­tridges as orig­i­nal prod­ucts by XYZprint­ing. In addi­tion, the Nobel 1.0 tracks how much resin is left in the bot­tles which has advan­tages and dis­ad­van­tages when using. The biggest dis­ad­van­tage is that it does not allow using resin from oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers. Con­se­quent­ly, one is forced to use the resin mate­r­i­al for Nobel 1.0 3D print­ers from XYZprint­ing.

Conclusion on resin material for Nobel 1.0 3D printers

In sum­ma­ry, the resin mate­r­i­al for Nobel 1.0 3D print­ers is not a pre­mi­um high-end qual­i­ty prod­uct. How­ev­er, there are 2 good points for buy­ing the mate­r­i­al if you own and use a Nobel 1.0 SLA 3D print­er.

For one, the resin is cheap­er com­pared to oth­er resin 3D print­ers. It sill remains expen­sive when look­ing at plas­tic fil­a­ment for FDM devices. Sec­ond­ly, the man­u­fac­tur­er XYZprint­ing designs their 3D print­ers to use pro­pri­etary mate­ri­als. This strat­e­gy is sim­i­lar to Apple prod­ucts forc­ing to stay in a com­pa­nies ecosys­tem. As a result, the com­pa­ny forces its cus­tomers to use their own prod­ucts in the long-term. This means that own­ers have no oth­er choice than to use the resin mate­r­i­al for Nobel 1.0 3D print­ers by XYZprint­ing.

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