Bob Patinsons


Electron 3D - Sixth Generation Prusa i3 is not a bad purchase at such an economic price. I received it fast and didn’t face any problem in devising it although some small details were not mentioned. It delivers a relatively good print quality than expected with some tuning. Sixth Generation Prusa i3 has a sturdy flexible material along with a good build size

Some of the problems that bothered a lot to me are:

Thin power supply wires due to which big currents cannot be handled as it gets hot easily.

Due to concentrated vibrations the screws holding Y-axis plate loose up easily and I had to tighten it up with glue.

Hanry Worthington


Thanks to its full wrap-around Electron frame that helps in reducing X-Axis shifting during printing effortlessly. Also, the auto-leveling version of Sixth Generation Prusa i3 is icing on the cake because of its proximity sensor that let you easily identify the aluminum print bed.

Fabulous creation in 3D printing industry! This open-source hardware made my 3D printing experience hassle free and swift. It arrived soon within stipulated time frame and I was able to construct it easily without any special effort in 3 hours with provided simple follow up instructions. Highly recommended!

Richard B


I ordered the printer to discover 3D printing and I'm happy with my choice, except the surprise of customs fees and non-delivery of the capacitive detector (subsequently delivered).

2-3 hours of editing, 2-3 hours of wiring and setting.

First impression at the top, a moment of amazement to see realized the object displayed on its screen a few minutes earlier, beginner's luck, the bed was well settled.

By cons subsequently difficult to start all the impressions of the first cost but after learning some (especially for Z) ca works.

In summary satisfied with my purchase, received sensor makes printing ca, still just starting difficulties, to adhere the material (PLA).

I ordered another before, more expensive but leadtime too long so I choose this one. Not perfect maybe, but to start 3D printing I recommend.

Maria Jackson


Easy to use Printer, Prompt Customer Service  

The Electron 3D Prusa i3 is a quite easy to use 3D Printer that my 6 year old daughter is also trying her hand on it and has started loving it.  

Pros: Amazing operability, fine resolution, Compatibility with Windows/Linux/Mac, Provides offline printing with SD Card printing, Good and prompt customer service.   

Cons: The edifice is not as strong as I expected it to be. It needs proper handling so that the components do not break. You might find some problem in the bed as it gets heated up quickly.

The only issue I faced was regarding the replacement of heated bed wires. Otherwise, it is a good printer—worth the value of money.   

Nosh Boss


This printer is awesome! I haven't completely finished building it so far, but all the pieces are there and all the tools too! I told my teacher at school about and he ordered two of them for the highschool, and I'm going to assemble those, too, so I will have built 3 total! I hope to upgrade the extruder to a diamond hotend soon, but until then, I hope everything goes well! For $250, you can't go wrong!