This 3D printer is the Printrbot Simple Pro (model 1608). It is the newest version of the “Simple” printer from Printrbot, and is priced in the mid-range among the other 3D printers offered by Printrbot. Specifications Printrbot only makes FFM type printers, which stands for fused filament manufacturing. Being the most popular 3D printer type […].
Over the past few decades, the printing industry has taken a great leap forward to unimaginable technological advancements. During that period, 3D printers were things which were ridiculous to have in your home. They were limited to industries and corporations which seemed less to care about dishing lots of cash for them. Not only that […].
Here we give go in-depth with our CraftBot 3D Printer Review. We’ve been testing the Ultimaker Original 3D Printer ever since we’ve owned it way back in 2012. It has proved to be a reliable powerhouse, but there a couple of features that we felt as if they limited its use. For starters, there’s no […].
The CEL RBX01 Robox 3D Printer was graciously provided to me to review. Hobby King is known for their remote controlled parts such as airplanes, cars and all other sorts of things. They’ve stepped up their game by selling 3D printers and filament. Some quick specs to get you started: Build Volume – 210 x […].
We’re going to be taking a closer look at the Afinia H480 3D Printer. If you’re not familiar with 3D printing, it’s relatively newer technology that allows you to print 3D objects using your own setup at home. The first time that my eyes came across the Afinia and seeing it in action was during […].
Out of all the 3D printers that I’ve had, the LulzBot TAZ 5 3D Printer definitely comes out on top. The 5th version is definitely better in almost all aspects, and at a high price tag, but you definitely get what you pay for. It’s definitely one of if not the fastest printers around that we’ve […].
I had been ecstatic for quite some time to get a MakerBot Replicator 2 4th Generation Desktop 3D Printer from everything that I’ve read. What was initially holding me back was the high price, maintenance necessary to keep up optimal printing and just a couple of negative reviews that I read even though the overall […].
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My Orion Delta 3D Printer by SeeMeCNC came already pre-built in a nicely packaged box from UPS, and I noticed that the shape was much different from that of other printers. Most tend to be in the form of some sort of box or square, but the Orion had a taller and more slender build […].
I’ve had the Flashforge Creator X 3D Printer for about over a month now, and it’s about time that it warrants a review. This printer is a dual extrusion 3D printer and print a volume of 20 cm in the x direction, 15 cm in the y direction, and 15 cm in the z direction. […].