Matthew Mensley is not a big fan of writing about himself in the third person. He is, though, a fan of writing, punning (the lowest, and most excellent form of wit) and all things tech.
Keep those purse strings tight with our current selection of the best 3D printers under $200.
Phrozen's Sonic Mini 4K is a high-res upgrade of its budget-friendly fast-printing Sonic Mini 3D printer. Bringing super-duper high-resolution printing to the speedy mono-LCD printing party the Mini started, it's a technically superior, but less forgiving printer.
Both the Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K and Sonic Mini feature monochromatic LCDs, letting them print fast. But elsewhere, there’s plenty to separate the two. Here’s how they’re different.
The Creality CR-6 SE undeniably launched as a hot mess. But from that mess, emerges a kinda rad butterfly. Here's our thoughts, after a few weeks of using one.
The wait is over. the campaign for Creality's 3DPrintMill – the company's second – is live and kicking.
A minimal build, CoreXY done right, and a bucketload of fancy features help SainSmart’s Coreception 3D printer stand out. Here’s all we currently know about it.
Virtually plug-and-play milling of aluminum is the order of the day with Bantam Tools' mysteriously named Desktop CNC Milling Machine, a desktop CNC milling machine.
SainSmart goes big with its Genmitsu ProverXL 4030, a Shapeoko-style CNC router with improved controls, a large wasteboard, and easy assembly.
Peopoly pushes the limits of MSLA printing with the Phenom XXL, a supersize resin 3D printer with a 527 x 296 x 550 mm build volume.
The Snapmaker 2.0 3-In-1 3D printer, laser engraver/cutter, and CNC mill is our value pick for 3-In-1 machines. Check out our review to find out why.
Anycubic's 4Max Metal is a desktop 3D printer equipped for one thing only: real metal 3D printing. Here’s all we know about this mysterious new machine.
Prepare for an epic vat battle, as we compare the Phrozen Sonic Mini to the Elegoo Mars to the Elegoo Mars Pro - three budget MSLA 3D printers that vie for the affection of the value-minded buyer.
The Anycubic Photon Zero cuts costs and makes compromises. But are they the right ones? Check out our hands-on review to find out.
The Qidi Tech Shadow 5.5 S is bold, red, and gold. But is it any good? Find out in our review.
As countries around the world scramble to manage the coronavirus pandemic, makers and companies at all levels are donating their time and printers to the cause. Here's how you can too.
The Creality LD-002R made it into our buyer’s guide of the Best 3D Printers Spring 2020. Check out our hands-on review to see why.
The Tiertime UP300 is our Spring 2020 pick for the "Best Workhorse 3D Printer". Check out our review to learn more about this versatile machine.
The Formlabs Form 3 is the successor to the famed Form 2. Our current top pick for "Best Resin 3D Printer", check out our full review to learn why.
Making the right compromises, the incredibly fast Phrozen Sonic Mini MSLA 3D printer will turn heads. Read our full review to learn more.
In the Mars and Mars Pro, Elegoo has two winningly decent budget MSLA 3D printers on its hands. But what are the differences and which is better? We tell all.