First impressions and full reviews of 3D printers, 3D scanners, filaments, software, and 3D printing supplies.
Trying to decide between a Creality Ender 3 V2 or an Ender 3 (Pro)? Learn the differences to find out which version is best for you.
The CR-10 series has great 3D printers, but they aren't perfect. Check out the best Creality CR-10/S/V2/Mini upgrades and mods to pimp your 3D printer.
The go-to budget printer of the day reimagined: Creality's Ender 3 V2 doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it does jazz it up.
Creality Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro or Ender-3X, that's the question! Learn the differences to find out which version is best for you.
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 Original Prusa i3 MK3S has been a long-time top pick of ours. Check out our review to find out why we think it was pretty much the best 3D printer you could buy (and still, sort of, can.)
Meet the Creality Ender 6: The semi-enclosed Core XY machine offers some interesting features.
The Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D Printer V4 boasts some mighty features for its budget segment. Check out our full review to see how it holds up.
The Creality Ender 3 Pro is our pick for the "Best 3D Printer under $300" in spring 2020. Check out our review to find out why it is the better Ender 3.
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.
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.
The Creality Ender 5 Pro is our pick for the "Best 3D Printer Under $500". Check out our review to find out more.
It's official. The Creality Ender 3 is (once again) the Best 3D Printer Under $200. Check out our review to find out why. Includes a video of the unboxing, assembly, and first impressions.
The Anycubic Photon Mono X is Anycubic's brand new entry into the world of large-sized monochrome MSLA printers. We went hands-on with it to see how it fairs.
Creality's Ender 3 Max is a basic blast from the past. But don't be aghast; its build volume is vast. Read on for our rhyme-free review of this large-ish, budget 3D printer.
The Shapeoko 3 XXL from Carbide 3D is a large CNC router kit that is easy to assemble and use, making it the choice for us. Check out our review to find out if it could also be the choice for you.
Apparently, size really does matter, so Phrozen is making a big version of the Sonic Mini 4K. Time to meet the Sonic Mighty 4K.