The Anet ET4 is a budget FDM printer with interesting features tucked neatly into its all-metal frame. Read our review to see what we found after 10 hours of testing.
Powerful computers seem to be getting smaller and smaller these days. Read on to find out what the Radxa Zero has to offer!
Coming with dual extrusion capability, the BIBO 3D printer, aka BIBO 2 Touch Laser remains popular at Amazon. We've gone hands-on with it.
Is the relatively inexpensive Geeetech A20T the tricolor printer for you? Read on for our take of this printer’s specs.
The Anet A8 Plus 3D printer is an upgraded version of the tremendously popular Anet A8 and features a larger build volume plus a refined frame design. Read on for our hands-on review.
The latest addition to Ultimaker’s professional ‘S’ line, the Ultimaker S3 poses a more affordable entry point to the company’s robust on-demand manufacturing solution. Join us, as we review the specs.
The NEJE DK-8-KZ is an incredibly affordable and compact laser engrave. Let's review its specs.
The Sovol SV05 is the company’s foray into cartesian XY printers, having produced only XZ-style printers until now. Little is known about the upcoming printer. We analyze the specs to make things a little clearer.
Could the Flashforge Finder 3.0 potentially be heading to a classroom near you? Read on for our look at this beginner-friendly 3D printer's specs.
The next Creality Halot series resin 3D printer is imminent, and it's called the Halot Lite. What can we expect? Read on to find out.
Hold on a second. There’s an Anycubic Mega Zero 2.0 now? Already? Well, ok then. Join us as we check out the specs.
The new and improved BCN3D Sigma R19 boasts reworked components, guidance and overall better experience. Check out our review to see how it holds up.
The Matter and Form 3D Scanner V2 (MFS1V2) is our 3D scanner Budget Pick. Check out our review to see if it's the scanner of your dreams or if you're better off saving up for a fancier model.
Many people are intrigued by so-called "exotic" wood-infused PLA blends. Let's try Hatchbox's version, which comes at their typical low price point!
The Creality CR-20 Pro is an upgraded iteration of the CR-20, offering auto-leveling, a flexible magnetic print surface, and a handful of other enhancements. Let's review the features and specs.
Ever wish you could bend your build plate to get those difficult prints off of the surface without damaging them? Well, BuildTak has a solution for you, but is it really worth the price tag? Let's find out!