Charlie D

05/08/2016

Ordering was easy.
Shipping was really fast.
Assembly is straight forward. (Instruction are adequate if you are mechanically inclined).
I had an issue with the power supply that was remedied by the company very fast.
The learning curve to actually print something was difficult,, more detailed instructions for running the controls, are needed!!!

Sharon D. Richmond

11/07/2016

I am a mechanical engineering student and I get monthly projects which require major use of 3D Printing tools. Of all the 3D printers, I’ve ever worked with; Max Micron is the best. The print bed is quite a huge one, extruder is robust and the print surface is phenomenal. What more I could say. I am so happy with the quality of prints- they’re just perfect and beautiful. Working on my projects has got easier with this printer. I would highly recommend buying it for someone who’s looking for a high-functioning printer.

Guadalupe K. Hendricks

05/07/2016

Max Micron is a nice printer but then with everything, there is a learning curve. Initially, I did face little issues with this printer like setting its bed to the exact level and understanding the working nature. But, with time everything went really smooth and now I’m happy with this 3D printer. It has a strong and stable aluminium build which I’m pretty sure is going to stand the test of time. The prints are of great quality. I’ve made good models with the help of this printer and I am still learning all that this printer can do.

Adrian Toma

29/06/2016

This i3 kit is very easy to assemble. The features and printing quality offered by this printer is typically found in much more expensive machines. I have not seen this combination of features at such low price! The build-up volume is large. I can easily connect it with Cura. Although, I was a little upset as it was delivered to me after ten days. But, it was worth waiting for a printer as budget-friendly as Max Micron!

Harrison Hussey

29/06/2016

This printer is brilliant! Heartening 5-stars!

 Currently, I am using dual-extrusion wizard. I can easily slice the models using G-code previewer. You can also check out this link for printing multiple parts:

https://www.simplify3d.com/support/tutorials/printing-with-multiple-extruders/