Feadi Nando on 08/01/2016
77 reviews
Needs alot of tweeking, great printer asides from that, as long as your willing to put in the time to make it work smothley its worth the investment. what you save in $$$$ you have to spend in time.
Paolo on 06/01/2016
77 reviews
I'm a new 3D printer user and decided to try a cheaper model to learn more about the process of 3d printing and the way these machines work, and I have to say that I am happy with my decision. They took some 16 days to deliver and the product arrived safely, the whole assembly took one day for me. The materials used to make this printer are looks ok it will take some months to see the actual quality, I wish the software was a little prettier but it does serve its purpose and seems to be bundled with most of the other cheap printers out there. I would strongly recommend simplify 3d to get better prints..
Nina Pattern on 06/01/2016
77 reviews

Easy to use, amusing to watch it work

The set-up of this 3D printer is quite basic and easy. For quite a long time, I was thinking to buy one for my daughter as she’s just started her P.G Diploma.

Feel good to have gifted it on her orientation day. The machine comes with all the possible components required to assemble print. It is compatible with PLA, ABS, Wood, Nylon and more.

My daughter just loves creating her own designs. Overall, this printer worked great and is an amazing tool to have. If you’re looking for a 3D printer, just buy this with no second thoughts.

Fang David on 03/01/2016
77 reviews
If you are looking for the best 3D printer kit under 300 you have found it. Setup is a bitch but if you are smart that should be no problem. Overall a very amazing package for the price. I would suggest somehow mounting fans to the steppers because they do get rather hot. Otherwise this Printer is awesome, good luck!
Chris on 29/12/2015
77 reviews

It's pretty good value, but you really should be ready for tweaking, testing, and fixing. It really is a DIY kit. The aluminum frame is very nice to have, it means it can be tweaked to be more consistent than most but it will take some work.

The hot end has a ptfe tube that reaches down into the heat zone, which is visible if you remove the heater block. it should not be used over 240c because of this.

The upgraded extruder claims to be able to extrude flexible filament, but it's actually worse at flexible filament than the normal one, so it is a waste of money. Stick with the normal extruder. I wish I could get my money back for the pro metal extruder upgrade.