Andy

27/06/2016

I've got this guy few weeks ago. Customization and its inbuilt quality output maker stands high than my previous printer.
Pretty much happy about the user manual for instructions.Got the extruders fits in proper width.Would recommend tw101 for all who involved in 3D art. Cheers !!

Horacio J. Young

26/06/2016

This printer is a full package as it is not only made of high quality acrylic material but is also light in weight, portable and trendy. I have kept it in my office and it works really well.

When I bought this printer at that time I was new to 3D printers and this printer provided me with the feature to pause/print and adjust print speed while printing which actually gave me a chance to take my own time and learn without making any mistakes.

The extruder of this printer is designed with high quality material to provide you with pleasant & smooth printing. Recommended to everyone even to newbies. 

John Snyder

24/06/2016

This is a great 3d printer for the money. It does take some time to set up, it took me and another person approximately 6 hours to fully setup. And expect a lot of trial and error, but that will be the case with any 3d printer. If you have computer and electronics experience and aren't afraid of a challenge, then this is an excellent option.

Nico van

23/06/2016

Awesome, after 3 days tweeking and setting it works sweetely. Many thing you have to set up by hand but after seeing many tutorials, it all works as described.

RReynold

22/06/2016

My first 3D printer. I had no idea what to expect because you read a lot of horror stories. Especially with less expensive, import, and kit printers.

But I couldn't be happier! The build took about 7 hours. A couple of ours to calibrate and I was printing. Two failed test prints using the provided test file. Tweaked the temps a bit and BAM I was printing. I received the printer about a week ago and I now have about 70 hours of solid printing with no failed prints. I'm using nothing but PLA right now but plan on trying out ABS, Nylon, and the wood and bamboo filaments. I'm going to try some NinjaFlex as well.

I have a programming and electronics hardware background and I think definitely helped me get going so quickly. But it's not unreasonable to think you can build and use this printer with just a bit of mechanical ability and some patience.

Couldn't be more pleased with my first 3D printer experience.