I reviewed the XYZ Printing da Vinci 1.0 AiO, an interesting 3D printer and 3D scanner combination. However, the scanning portion of the product proved to be rather disappointing, producing low quality scans.
The da Vinci 1.0 AiO is a frustrating combination of a good printer and a poor 3D scanner. It outputs decent quality 3D prints of most objects, but struggles with smaller details or more complex objects. The scanner does an acceptable job with simple objects, but struggles to capture small details and has a lot of glitches. That makes the da Vinci 1.0 AiO a weak combination device.
Just published on Toms Guide is a review of the Formlabs Form One+, a high-end 3D printer that uses a resin material.
The benefit of the SLA printing process that the Form 1+ uses is that you can create very thin layers that result in extremely fine detail. The downsides are that it is complex and requires special resins. Oh, and it is expensive: $3299 for the printer and $149 for each liter of resin. This is still an evolving technology, though, and there are a few quirks on this printer.