Alireza Faraji


This prusa i3 printer (Once finished) is fantastic, for the price it can do absolutely amazing prints for the price and really is an astonishing gateway into 3d printing.

Overall construction time is going to be at least 7 hours from my experience. With all that said I absolutely love this printer, for what I paid its fantastic and I cannot say it enough.

When I bought this printer I thought that I would just build it myself to save some money but I'm really glad I did, I now feel that if anything ever goes wrong with this printer I'll know exactly how to fix whatever arises and that's a security I can seldom find in other products.



As far as 3D printers are concerned, I have used and reviewed many. Prusa i3 printer from the Folger Technologies is the only 3D printer, which is able to satisfy me to quite a great extent.

Prusa i3 comes with an excellent frame and its 203mm x 203mm x 178 mm build area, seems just perfect. Those of you who are thinking of trying their hand on the 3D printer for the very first time must give this one a shot. It comes at a great market price and easy to set up as well. This electronic device is a perfect combo of simplicity and power. 



I didnt had an great experience with this 3d printer kit, from the day 1 I have been seeking help from support both from 3d printers store and folger team, calibration, feeding, bed leveling, temperature settings, they showed extreme patience.

Christopher LeFrois


I bought this printer to get hands on experience in 3D printing and so far it has been great for that. It's certainly not something that you can expect to plug and play like a desktop 2D printer. Every print has the potential to fail. From what I understand, the industry is still some ways off from 3d printers as household tools but the pricing on this shows that it's moved into casual hobbyist territory. Take the time to set your z offset straight out of the box. I've also had some issues with the filament feed mechanism where it will strip the filament and I have to cut out the stripped segment and start over. That happened during my first 10+ hour print and I haven't tried another yet. Prints less than 4 hours usually make it out fine though.



The customer service is great, the printer quality is good, but you have to be precise when putting everything together. Also soldering parts ( on final switches or ventilators) should be secured to not fall off due to moving. Otherwise printing quality is pretty fascinating.