The Ultimaker 2 3D Printer has been a printer that I’ve been wanting for a long time due to its incredible capabilities. The version 1 is the first version that the company made and tends to look like it was made out of plywood, but what makes it great is that it has a massive […].
The UP Mini Fully Assembled 3D Printer has been around for quite some time now. Given my experience as an industrial designer who has been in the 3D printing industry for quite a few years, I have to say that this is one of the best pre-assembled units for its value. Print quality is quite […].
Given my overall general experience with 3D printers, I must admit that after using the LulzBot Mini Desktop 3D Printer for a couple of months, it’s definitely been the funnest experiences that I’ve had working with 3D printers. There were a few mistakes along the way – as is the case with all printers – […].
With all of the versions and manufacturers out there in the up-and-coming 3D printer market, I found myself going back and forth. I’m a complete novice to 3D printing and purchasing the QIDI Tech I Dual Extruder Desktop 3D Printer was my first 3D printer purchase. I wanted to find something that required very minimal […].
When it first came out, the MakerGear M2 3D Printer was one of the best-value 3D printers that you could find on the market. Ironically enough, that still holds to be true to this day. Opening the box you’ll quickly notice that the printer has a black steel and sturdy frame with a vertical z-axis […].
Right off the bat, you’ll notice one of the incredible features of the Robo 3D R1 Plus 3D Printer is that it’s very easy to calibrate. With a multipoint auto leveling feature, you’re ensured that with very little effort you’ll get high-quality prints. Not only that, but adjusting additional settings and other calibrations can be […].
The Q3D ThreeUp Version 2 3D Printer is one of the best entry level 3D printers on the market. With both dual and synchronized z-axis motors, its secure screws and nuts allow for rock-solid performance at incredibly high printing speeds. Not only that, but the X gantry in the 2nd version has been reinforced to […].
It took me a while to receive my new XYZ Printing Da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer, but it was definitely worth it. Upon opening the package, I already received a good impression due to the wiring neatly aligned and secured. However, I already noticed a problem with my first unit – it wouldn’t feed the […].
The Samto 3D Stereoscopic Printing Pen is incredibly easy to use and great for children looking to express their creative ideas. With Christmas coming around the corner, it makes an excellent gift and operates on anything that you want it to. With a unique design, soft grip, and an inexpensive price tag at just $59.99, […].
The Printrbot Metal Simple 3D Printer was released on April 10th, 2014 as an all-metal version that was expected to be an upgrade from their previous yet popular Simple Wood 3D Printer. Eventually their old model was renamed to Simple Maker’s Edition and then the Printerbot decided to tack on Simple on its name as […].