There are three factors that usually hamper people who have an interest in 3D printing to take the plunge and buy their first model – accessibility, price and size. In that sense, the ideal beginner’s printer would be a machine that you can start having fun with in as little time as possible, which isn’t […]
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Have you been thinking about buying a 3D printer, but are more interested in the beautiful objects you can create with it than having to deal with tedious setup and other technicalities? Sometime after launching advanced 3D printers like the Creator Pro or the more recent Dreamer, FlashForge has developed a smaller, more intuitive printer […]
Up until fairly recently, buying your first 3D printer meant either getting a cheap machine of questionable quality and made with lackluster parts, or going for a quality model that would often prove prohibitively expensive for people who weren’t yet sure if 3D printing was for them and couldn’t justify the cost. Then along came […]
A few years ago, XYZprinting introduced the da Vinci Jr., a compact 3D printer intended for the entry-level market. Although it performed well, some shortcomings like the sole use of proprietary components and the reliance on glue made it less of a hit than the manufacturer hoped. They went back to redesign it and address […]
When getting into 3D printing, novices are faced with the choice of getting a cheaper model that’s easy to operate vs. investing in a more expensive one whose potential they’ll be able to unlock only after getting their bearings. When designing the I3 Mega Anycubic must have been led by the idea of creating a […]