Jack Brown on 05/04/2016
54 reviews

I bought this Acrylic Prusa printer after reading its reviews on 3D printer online store. It has multiple filaments compatibility, supporting PLA, wood and ABS.  Flexible PLA and wood filament is my favorite to create molds for my art presentations.

Its control board supports MK8 extruders to give great performance making high-quality and professional looking 3D models.

Its shipping was amazing and I never even had to pay any custom duty in America. However, I was not very comfortable assembling this product. Print speed is also not that up to the mark! It took me more time to print than I expected from this printer!

Casey C. Solis on 02/04/2016
54 reviews

The printer is technologically updated as it is capable of supporting multiple filaments like ABS/PLA/Flexible PLA/WOOD which makes my work easier and I am also able to provide a huge variety and options to my clients. It only took me 4 to 5 hours to complete the assembling process.

As the power supply is pre-configured together with in the printer, the re-arranged cables and wire make the assembling very clear and easy. The improved steadiness and reliability ensures that you get the best prints every time. A good purchase. Impressed!

Meg Dutton on 27/03/2016
54 reviews

This printer is kit is as good as it gets, I was able to assemble it quickly but not without a few issues of my own.

The parts, especially electronics were not labeled this side up or right or left. I was left with my own judgement to choose the right combination. The basic structure building was easy but the real trouble started with the The Z limit switch placement is not correct in the pictures. So it required a re-position it to make the printer work. The screw threads on the extruder where not correct it made installing the X belt drive clamps extremely difficult.

Once I overcame all these issues the printer worked as it said it would. I would recommend an upgrade to the power supply as the printer takes more than 25 minutes to heat up to print with ABS (Heated Bed is really power hungry).

James Dodwell on 21/03/2016
54 reviews

It’s a good 3d printer for the money. It does take some time to set up, but its not too difficult if you know if you do your homework correctly.

Expect a lot of trial and error, but that will be the case with any 3d printer you purchase. The company could have made some better instructions to help customers to build. Pay very close attention to the pictures or be ready for a long ride home. The acrylic used for the printer is not of the greatest quality so make sure you don’t tighten it too much, or else you might end up cracking it.

The MK8 extruder along with the heated bed works perfectly with most plastics. Make sure to get the bed calibration right before you start printing.

Pearson on 20/03/2016
54 reviews

This one is the cheapest Kit I found on this website and I was not very keen at purchasing anything that was more than $250 I went in for this one.

The Kit arrived quickly and safely, printing well