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Elegoo Mars Pro Review: Out of This World

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by All3DP
Jan 23, 2020
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Nipped, tucked, and upgraded for a little more money, the Elegoo Mars Pro outclasses the original Elegoo Mars in many ways. But should you upgrade? Read our review to find out.

When you’re looking for flawless surface quality and intricate details in your 3D printed models, an FDM 3D printer just isn’t going to cut it – what you need is a resin 3D printer. Up until a few years ago, resin-based processes like stereolithography (SLA) were largely reserved for professionals and small businesses with a few thousand dollars to burn, leaving the average maker without access to this high-resolution 3D printing technology.

But this all changed when several 3D printer manufacturers started rolling out affordable and surprisingly adept LCD 3D printers. In a newly formed budget-friendly market segment kickstarted by the Anycubic Photon, the Elegoo Mars was one of the top challengers to emerge shortly thereafter.

Unveiled back in 2017, the Elegoo Mars remains one of the most popular desktop 3D printers for consumers on a strict budget – its price hovers around $250. We reviewed the Elegoo Mars and found it to offer exceptional print quality, not to mention it was a cinch to assemble, level, and get printing.

Now, Elegoo has gone back to the drawing board, refining and improving upon its flagship LCD 3D printer – resulting in the Elegoo Mars Pro. More than a rebranding with a few simple tweaks, the Elegoo Mars Pro actually has an impressive number of design and performance enhancements, ultimately improving upon the great experience of its predecessor.

Launching at $299, the Pro version is just slightly more expensive than its predecessor, but still quite affordable considering what it offers.

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