Category Archives: Hobbyist
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 but were […]
We believe that it’s more than just the 3D printer that yields great results. The accessories also play an important role when it comes to determining the quality of a 3D-printed product. With the right accessories, an average printer can become incredibly useful. For this reason, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite accessories here […]
It’s fair to say that the world has changed quite significantly in recent years. Along with these changes, we also saw the rise of the 3D printer.
Whether you have your own 3D printer or are looking into owning your first in the near future, you will know that they are easy to learn but incredibly difficult […]
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 150 x […]
It took just a few days to receive my Monoprice Maker Select 3D Printer, and it was difficult to not be excited about it. I’d like to share my thoughts on how well the first prints have gone. When I first got the printer, it came in a pretty hefty box with some nylon straps […]
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 view was positive. […]
The Printrbot Play 3D Printer is Printrbot’s cheapest printer. They consider it entry-level, meaning they only sell it at $399. While I don’t usually start my reviews stating the price of the printer, it is relevant as to why the Play is one of the best printers so far and possibly the best printer on the […]
The 3D Systems Cube Printer is one of the few mid-range 3D printers that has the capability of producing products with incredible accuracy, detail and smooth layers using PLA filament. Not only is the printer very easy to use, but it’s a great pick for the average consumer that wants to experience great print qualities […]
The M3D Micro 3D Printer has been on the market for quite some time now, and it has finally dropped to a reasonable price of $449. When they initially launched their Kickstarter back in 2014, they surpassed the goal of reaching $50,000 in funding in only 11 minutes due to its awesome and complete functionality. […]