If you’re at all interested in tech, you’ve probably heard a lot of people mentioning 3D printing. After all, it’s been the driving force behind recent innovations in all kinds of sectors. In this article, we’ll be explaining exactly what 3D printing is, how it works, and why you should care. The Tech Of Tomorrow,
Bottom Line The Mendel90 is DIY at its finest with a rigid design, quality parts, and astonishing results without the hassle of subpar components or poor design. A treat for kit form printer aficionados. 4.5 Check Price The Mendel90 is a vestige of the early days of the self-replicating 3D printing movement where resourceful designers,
Bottom Line Conceptually, a great printer, the CEL Robox looks the part but falls short in terms of its printing capabilities and the disappointing performance of its supposedly smart features. Opt instead for the rejigged and much improved CEL Robox Dual. 2.5 Check Price Today, we take a hard, long look at the CEL Robox.
Bottom Line As a packaged product for the beginner market, the MOD-t is a nearly perfect printer, but the central tenet of the now-defunct browser app as guiding the whole operation means the MOD-t is more or less unnecessary. 2 Check Price Printing Area 150mm x 100mm x 125mm Printing Speed 80 mm³/s Supported Filament
Bottom Line The Ultimaker 2 Extended + is among the best pre-assembled printers available on the market today. The extra height is a welcome addition and warrants the increased price tag. 4.6 Check Price The Ultimaker 2 Extended + is among the best-looking printers on the market today and has the price to match. Does
Bottom Line For casual or semi-professional use, the Folger FT-5 R2 stands alongside much more expensive printers. It’s large enough to print just about whatever you want, but is let down slightly by very limited customer support. 4 Check Price Here’s a dilemma: what if you want a 3D printer that allows you to build