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REVIEW 7.0

3D printer review

Review XYZprinting da Vinci MiniMaker; Easy and Great for kids

Review XYZprinting da Vinci MiniMaker; Easy and Great for kids

With the easy auto-calibration system from the da Vinci miniMaker you can make the first step and introduce your family to 3D printing for a very affordable price.

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REVIEW 8.8

3D printer review

Review Markforged Mark Two; finally printing with real composite

Review Markforged Mark Two; finally printing with real composite

The Mark Two 3D printer is the next big step in 3D printing and can print materials such as Kevlar, Fiberglass, Nylon and also Carbon Fiber.

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REVIEW 8.9

3D printer review

Review LulzBot TAZ 6 - 3D Hubs Best Of Work Horse

Review LulzBot TAZ 6 - 3D Hubs Best Of Work Horse

The LulzBot TAZ 6 is a mid-range desktop 3D printer made in the US, with great specs and won 3D Hubs Best Of Work Horse 2017.

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REVIEW 8.6

3D printer review

Review Ultimaker 3 & Ultimaker 3 Extended; a great leap forward

Review Ultimaker 3 & Ultimaker 3 Extended; a great leap forward

With the Ultimaker 3 and 3 Extended Ultimaker makes a great leap forward in features and technology, in particular by adding the second extruder.

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REVIEW 8.2

3D scanner review

Review Fuel3D Scanify 3D scanner; shape and color in 3D in one click

Review Fuel3D Scanify 3D scanner; shape and color in 3D in one click

The Fuel3D Scanify brings scanning technology that only was available in the medical world, within reach of businesses, schools and consumers.

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REVIEW 7.8

3D scanner review

Review Matter and Form 3D Scanner; compact and accuraat

Review Matter and Form 3D Scanner; compact and accuraat

This compact, lightweight and therefore very portable 3D scanner is plug and play. Ideal 3D scanner for both novice users and experts.

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REVIEW 7.5

3D printer review

Review MakerBot Replicator+ & Mini+; good and fast, but high price

Review MakerBot Replicator+ & Mini+; good and fast, but high price

The new Replicator+ and Replicator Mini+ of MakerBot are already in the sixth generation of 3D printers of the company and during their design, efforts have been focussed on improving reliability and print speed. But also increasing application possibilities and improving ease of use were important issues. Faster The MakerBot Replicator+ prints up to 30% faster and features a 25% larger build volume compared to its predecessor. The Mini+ is 10% faster than the previous Mini and the maximum build volume has increased by 28%. For the MakerBot Replicator Mini+ also large improvements in the area of noise production have been made: this 3D printer is 58% more silent than the previous version! And this is of course especially good news if you want to use the device at the workplace or for example in a class...

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REVIEW 8.0

3D printer review

Review XYZprinting da Vinci Mini; very affordable 3D printing

Review XYZprinting da Vinci Mini; very affordable 3D printing

Even before the XYZprinting da Vinci has arrived in stores, it has garnered multiple awards. For example, this small 3D printer received immediately after its debut in January at the CES 2016 the Editor's Choice Award of USA Today and Reviewed.com. Soon after followed by the TWICE Picks Award for best 3D printer at CES 2016 and the Best Choice Award at COMPUTEX Taipei 2016. The biggest plus of the da Vinci Mini is of course its price. Because for not even € 300 you will get a very user-friendly, silent and plug-and-play 3D printer of which XYZprinting claims that you can immediately get to work with, even if you have never made a 3D print before. Solid This printer is very robustly built, can print up to a maximum build volume of 4.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 inches (150 x 150 x 150 mm) and also the print quality with a resolution of 100 micron can hardly be criticized. And that for a price...

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REVIEW 8.8

3D printer review

Review Formlabs Form 2; bigger, better and easier printing!

Review Formlabs Form 2; bigger, better and easier printing!

While most competitors make use of Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), the Formlabs 3D printer can print unbelievably detailed models with the help of lasers and resins (Stereolithography - SLA). Formlabs have released a beautiful 3D printer to the market with the Form 2, that fits well in their vision: the creation of the best prosumer 3D printer on the market. The Form 2 can print up to a resolution of 20 micron and that is way better than the market average of 100 micron. The Form 2 is not for the average consumer. While the prints may be astonishingly good, the hardening process often requires patience and...

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REVIEW 4.0

3D scanner review

Review XYZprinting 3D Scanner; 3D scanning for less than 200 Euro

Review XYZprinting 3D Scanner; 3D scanning for less than 200 Euro

The XYZprinting 3D Scanner is equipped with Intel RealSense built-in 3D camera technology. Objects of any form or size, can be easily and accurately scanned in full color. The XYZprinting 3D Scanner is compact and light and thus, can be easily moved around an object or person for scanning into 3D. The handheld 3D scanner is equipped with an advanced depth sensor that guarantees razor sharp 3D scans. Fast The XYZprinting 3D scanner makes use of Intel's RealSense technology and is thus, fast in scanning as well as processing of information. The XYZprinting 3D Scanner scans with a resolution of 640 x 480 at 30 frames per second...

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REVIEW 8.0

3D printer review

Review Velleman Vertex K8400; printer for the pur sang hobbyist

Review Velleman Vertex K8400; printer for the pur sang hobbyist

The newest generation 3D printer of Velleman is the Vertex K8400. The Vertex is a DIY 3D printer with a very competitive price and many options for hobbyists. The Vertex K8400 3D printer is completely open source, so that you can decide yourself what software you want to use for printing. The K8400 can be upgraded with a second printhead (dual extruder) that makes printing with different materials or colors possible. Velleman does not restrict you to use their own filaments, as the printer can handle almost all sorts of filaments on the market. The printer unfortunately does not have a heatable printbed, thus, materials like ABS can not be...

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REVIEW 7.3

3D printer review

Review XYZprinting da Vinci 2.0A Duo; plug-and-play for beginners

Review XYZprinting da Vinci 2.0A Duo; plug-and-play for beginners

With the XYZprinting da Vinci 2.0A Duo, XYZprinting presents the successor of the first real plug-and-play 3D printer for consumers, the da Vinci 1.0. With a very attractive price tag, easy operation and dual extruders, the da Vinci 2.0A Duo is an above average 3D printer. Based on the plug & play functionality of this 3D printer XYZprinting advertises the da Vinci 2.0A Duo as an excellent 3D printer for starting enthusiasts, consumers, hobbyists and...

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REVIEW 10

3D printer review

Review Felix Pro 1; simply one of the best 3D printers on the market

Review Felix Pro 1; simply one of the best 3D printers on the market

Professional 3D printing is now easier than ever, thanks to the Felix Pro1. Felix Printers designed with the Pro-series a 3D printer that combines an intuitive workflow with professional quality. With completely automatic level control, smart sensors and a detachable printbed, the Felix Pro 1 is one of the best 3D printers that is available at the moment. The Felix Pro 1 has a number of nice new features compared to its predecessors the Felix 3.0 and Felix 3.1. For example, the Felix Pro 1 has completely automatic calibration. The intelligent nozzle positioning helps extruders to adjust their positions during printing to help prevent accidental damage to the print object. Monitoring Felix also has sensors installed to monitor the supply of filament. When necessary, the 3D printer stops printing on its own to prevent accidents. The detachable printbed provides easier access to the created object, which makes it easier to retrieve. Lastly, you can print with the completely metal...

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REVIEW 8.2

3D printer review

Review Zortrax M200; reliable and perfect printing at low costs

Review Zortrax M200; reliable and perfect printing at low costs

The Zortrax M200, the plug & print 3D printer from Poland is beautifully designed and very sturdily built. The device is equipped with a perforated metal printbed that helps with making the retrieval of printed objects easier. You can immediately after acquisition begin printing; attach the filament to the nozzle and the device will automatically calibrate itself. 90 micron With a print resolution of 90 micron, the print quality of the M200 is very good. The Zortrax M200 is able to very accurately print the smallest details, however, it can only print with filaments of Zortrax. On one hand this is a disadvantage because it will reduce options, but on the other hand, unlike many other printers, it will ensure for very high reliability and accuracy. Through the completely automatic calibration, easy operation and easy to use software, the Zortrax M200 is completely plug & play. Plug it in, load the materials, press print and the M200 takes care of the rest. The Zortrax M200...

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REVIEW 7.0

3D printer review

Review 3D Systems CubePro; with one, two or three extruders

Review 3D Systems CubePro; with one, two or three extruders

Don't be mislead by the exterior! Even though3D System's CubePro may look elegant and stylish, it is a heavy machine that has been designed for rapid prototyping and engineering of small and medium sized mechanical components. The CubePro is not a fancy toy, but a professional 3D printer in a maximum of 3 colors with a very competitive price. The CubePro diverges strongly from its predecessor, the Cubex, both in its exterior as well as the quality of its new components that allow the CubePro to print for hours on end. Flexibility The CubePros of 3D Systems are unique in the fact that there are three versions: the CubePro, Duo and Trio with one, two and three printheads respectively for more flexibility in choosing print...

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REVIEW 7.3

3D printer review

Review Ultimaker 2+; the best Ultimaker so far!

Review Ultimaker 2+; the best Ultimaker so far!

With the Ultimaker 2+, ideas, prototypes and functional prototypes will become a reality in just a few hours of work. The printer is not a completely new successor to the Ultimaker 2, but does have a couple of good innovations that make this Dutch product just a little bit better. The four exchangeable nozzles make up the biggest difference between the 2+ and its predecessor, and they make it possible to more easily switch between high quality and fast prints. And thanks to the leading, free Cura printing software you can not only quickly and easily work with the 3D printer as a veteran professional, but also as a beginner. Nozzles The Ultimaker 2+ has multiple nozzles available, which allow you to print quicker or more accurately. With the Ultimaker 2+ with a faster supply and efficient cooling, impressive overhangs and accurate overpasses can be printed that are finished perfectly smooth. The extensive Ultimaker app helps you in learning everything about 3D printing and in setting...

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REVIEW 8.2

3D printer review

Review Leapfrog Creatr HS & Creatr HS XL; fast and good

Review Leapfrog Creatr HS & Creatr HS XL; fast and good

The Dutch 3D printer manufacturer Leapfrog has added a new 'High Speed' Creatr-line to its assortment. The new Leapfrog Creatr HS and Creatr XL 3D printers can print up to five times faster than its predecessor, the normal Creatr. The Creatr HS has a large print volume of 14.8 liters and is capable of printing objects of up to a length of 11.8 inch (30 cm). With the Creatr HS XL it is even possible to print objects of up to 23.6 inch (60 cm) with a print volume of 43 liters. Both 3D printers of Leapfrog feature a double printhead (dual extruder) with which you can print with two types of materials or colors. Leapfrog even has a water-soluble support print material; after printing, you submerge the object in water and the supporting materials dissolve on their own. Speed is one the biggest problems that people have with current 3D print technology. It can take hours to print even the simplest objects. The new Creatr HS can print with a speed of up to 11.8 inch/s (300...

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