The confusingly named Monoprice Mini SLA is a rebadge of the Wanhao D7 DLP 3D printer. Can it battle with the likes of the Anycubic Photon? Review the Facts of the Monoprice Mini SLA 3D printer.
The Tronxy X1 is a cheap DIY kit available for under $150. It includes a 150 x 150 x 150 mm build area, aluminum frame, 0.4 mm nozzle, and a simple assembly process. Let's review its specs.
The Flashforge Creator Max is a dual extrusion printer sporting a touchscreen interface and... well, not much else. Check out our hands-on review to learn more.
The Creality CR-10 Mini is the smaller brother of the popular CR10? Let's review the specs of this not-so-small mini 3D printer.
The Phrozen Transform is a new resin 3D printer that has been generating a ton of buzz on Kickstarter. It boasts interchangeable 13.3” & dual 5.5" panels and an ultra-stable 40 cm Z-axis. Review the specs here.
Amolen offers a wide selection of specialized consumer PLA. Join us as we take a spool of Amolen Marble-Like PLA filament for a test ride.
After the smashing success of the CR-10, Creality3D has doubled down with the new Creality CR-X, a similarly styled 3D printer with dual extrusion capabilities. Let's review the facts and check out the first impressions from the community.
Is the speedy Nexa3D NXE400 good enough to transform manufacturing? We visited Nexa3D's headquarters to review their 3D printer and find out.
The Phrozen Shuffle and Phrozen Shuffle XL offer excellent print quality but are not without their flaws. Check out our review to find out if they are worth buying.
The JGMaker Magic offers Ender 3-like features at a competitive price. Is it the perfect entry-level 3D printer? Read on for our take of this printer’s specs.
The Lulzbot TAZ 6 is our summer 2019 pick for the "Best Workhorse 3D Printer". Check out our review to find out why it is the ideal machine for frequent use.
The Modix Big-120X V3 is Modix’s newest version of it's large-format 3D printer. Let's review the specs of this competitively priced, extra-large 3D printer kit.
We tested out the Mycusini chocolate 3D printer. Does it deserve a chef’s kiss or is it half-baked? Check out this review for our take.
With a fully enclosed build space, interesting comfort features, and a very competitive price, the Anycubic 4Max soon became a runner-up in the low-cost market. Let's review the specs and features.
The Maslow CNC is unlike other CNC routers. Capable of cutting sheets of material over two meters long and over a meter wide, it might be the signage and furniture machine of your dreams.
The Anycubic 4Max Pro 3D printer is an improved version of the original 4Max, but what advantages does it offer over its predecessor? Let's review the features and facts to find out!
Is the Go!Scan Spark 3D scanner by Creaform a worthy successor to the Go!Scan 20 and Go!Scan 50? Yes and yes again. Read on for our review.