Snapmaker, normally known for it's 3-in-1creation devices is back with a brand new custom built high speed IDEX 3D Printer
IDEX 3D Printers use two toolheads to allow you to print two colours at the same time or two materials, or even use them both in one print
With a plethora of PLA (Polylactic Acid) filaments out out, here's what can you do to tell the good from the bad, and what types are our favourites.
Cheap printers often suck, but giving you more features, at the trade-off for a longer build time, seems like it might be a winning strategy
Anycubic has brought another new printer to market, this one bringing more features than usual at this price point for a slightly longer build time.
DLP printers can give you tremendous detail and low power consumption, but at the high cost of machine pricing and consumables, does the Photon D2 have a place in the market?
Anycubic's Kobra Plus isn't a groundbreaking machine, but with a more than ample build volume, great automatic bed leveling, and an intuitive interface, it's a great 3D printer for many people.
Anycubic is on a roll with releasing new printers. This FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) printer slots into their Kobra lineup as a smaller large format machine
Desktop 3D printers are not all that uncommon these days, but ones that can print a helmet for an adult male in one go? Those sure are.
Anker is once again looking to expand and is kicking off that effort with a 3D Printer that's set to shake up the status quo.
Resin printers have become cheap enough to really make a splash in the 3D printing market. We've compiled some of the best for you here.
With so many resin printers, it's essential to know which resins are reasonably priced and get the job done. Here's our top pick.
When it comes to 3D printing at home, there are a lot of choices to fit any budget. Here are several different printers from a low to a mid-range price point.
Anycubic is no stranger to the resin market, but with the Photon Mono and Photon Workspace, they're going farther than before.
3D printing can seem daunting at the beginning but you can make your life a little easier by choosing the right filament. But which do you choose?
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