The Type A Machines Series 1 gets heavily used in a design/production environment here at Zheng Labs. I'm truly impressed with this machine's reliability, ease of use, and print quality.
Leveling the print bed is insanely easy. Twist one knob, and you're The machine maintains its calibration for like, forever. In several months of owning this machine with daily printing I can count on one hand the print failures that could be attributed to the printer. I've seen one-- ONE! filament jam the whole time I've owned this bot.
Whatever small hiccups I've had with the Series 1 have been addressed by support quite quickly. These were mostly networking issues during setup.
The Type A Machines Series 1 is my third 3D printer, after a Makerbot Replicator 1 and a Printrbot Simple Beta. Since buying this printer I spend way more time printing and iterating designs than I do troubleshooting a cranky machine. Productivity's way up over here.
Check out the Beast Token torture test print attached to this review and look at how the Series 1 handles fine details and overhangs. This model was printed with Cura's default "High Quality" settings, minutes after I set up the printer.
Clever-eyed viewers will note the stringing on the print; I didn't quite have my slicing settings dialed in when I did this.
First off I would assume that if you are buying a 3D printer at this time in the market you should be technical minded. If you're not don't buy a 3D printer at this time.
This is a good machine when compared to many in the market and out performs printers such as Makerbot at the same price point along with the ability to print various material types. I've had one of these for almost a year with over a 1000 hours of use over that time.
The only issue I've had was not keeping up on the maintenance and the effect of that on print quality. The hot end and PTFE insert need to be replace every 500 hours or so along with greasing the linear rods and z axis.
But still it was a challenge due to the bad instructions. The shipping took about a week, must faster than promised. Took another week to get the screws that were missing in the original box of 40 or so parts. Their customer service is pretty good about answering questions but their directions & video for assembly & set up are vague & need some updating.
The building instructions has a few minor errors, some of the parts doesn't fit together with the precision you'd expect and most of the rods arrived slightly bent, but not too bad and I was not expecting them to be straight after shipping to South Africa (a Fragile stickers on the box might have helped).
To be honest, I was quite skeptical about how well this printer was going to work when I finished building it.
However, I was blown away by how well my first print (ever) turned out and that it actually finished. Don't get me wrong, it was far from being perfect, but the flaws were obviously due to my inexperience. No doubt that I'll have it dialed nicely soon.
I would absolutely recommend getting this kit or rather the dual extruder model.Shipping was quick, no parts were missing or broken, comes with everything you to get printing and a lot of extras. Their technical support is also excellent.
got the printer it is AWESOME but had a problem with the power supply DOA ... I sent a support ticket and got one shipped DHL overnight from HK to me in USA
AWESOME!!!!!! support and and printer great community on facebook with alot of active users world wide
This is a fantastic printer. worked right out of the box following the videos and online instructions for setup and printing the fan shroud with the supplied plastic.
Easily as good as the makerbot we have at work.
I've been using is printer with PLA plastic, repetier host, slic3r and freecad software on the mac.
Printed many items successfully from thingiverse.
The scanner is ok and the scan needs a lot of rework.
I use this scanner for scanning small figurines and most of the times the scanner works well. Remember to color coat any shiny object which scanning as the camera lenses just cannot pick them. Horus 3d scanning software isn’t that great and needs some serious redoing. The good thing is that you could just reprint all the parts of the scanner on your printer in case you break them.
I got fascinated about 3D printers after reading about it in a science fiction book when I was kid, these things will change the way we make and distribute goods.
I bought this printer after being following the industry for some time now, I was super excited to know that 3d printers were available for this cheap.
I ordered the one with dual nozzle printer; extra laser engraver and larger bed size the top of the line printer with all features set me back $500.
And believe me I am so happy to order the extras, I have used the engraver as well as the printer and they both work perfectly on the printer.
I am super excited to have the printer and plan to run the printer nonstop over the next few months.
Having bought another 3D printer kits before, I must say I was impressed with the quality and presentation of this one. Everything was neatly organized, and to my surprise they have already preassembled the hard parts (motors and heat bed), so it is very easy to complete and it will take less than a day (you don't have to solder or drill anything).
Their customer service is great. One of the M4 screws didn't come with my kit, but they promised to send me a replacement as soon as possible.
The printer looks very nice and professional, not at all like the regular DIY project.
Hey guys! Here’s my review for the Max Micron 3D Printer.
I decided to buy this printer after reading the positive reviews for its reliability and features. I have to say that the printer has been constructed well and seem durable. The quality of the prints is fairly good. I did face issues with the extruder head and its positioning and had to take help from a mechanic to get it function properly.
I would recommend buying this printer if you can overlook little issues.
I wanted a printer that could print fast and reliable and after few research I decided to buy the Weistekideawerk Super Fast 3D Printer. The printer is fast and quite at the same time, and prints with most commercially available PLA filaments. I have tried printing with Flexible Pla and that worked as well.
The color display on the printer is very clear to read and compliments the printer. The printer comes with customized software that works over the cloud and you could control the printer from any corner of the world. The metal body of the printer makes the printer look better.
On the down side the printer does not have a heated bed for a $900 printer it should well support all sort of filaments.Weistekideawerk is a real Super Fast 3D Printer.
I have purchased Geeetech Dual Extruder Prusa i3 kit and I am extremely happy to have it. I thought it would be difficult to operate a 3D printer but it is as easy as using the other printers. The printer’s filament compatibility with ABS, PLA, Wood, Nylon, flexible PLA are remarkable. The printer offers connectivity with USB, SD Card which makes my work easier.
This Ultimaker 2 is easy to set up, and it offers quality prints, ABS and PLA support as well as standalone and quiet operation. All of these factors make this a 3D printer that can ultimately be used easily by anyone.
+ Ready to use straight from the box.
+ SD card model loading.
+ Fantastic Cura software.
- Only designed to print PLA and ABS.
- Care needs to be taken that filament doesn't catch at the back.
- Not designed for tethered printing.
As for the prints. I have gotten some good results. nothing outstanding but there's still some calibration to be done. pla works without warping. I recommend a slower speed for this printer.
Not always the case but mine was pretty much working "out of the box". Make sure you watch all the videos for the software setups. Do yourself a favor and get a few accessories. http://www.amazon.com/In-line-power-switch-2-1mm-barrel/dp/B00KLDPX8U (got mine from adafruit at https://www.adafruit.com/product/1125). This will give you a switch to turn off the printer without unplugging things. Get some filament... I have tried and found the Hatchbox filament on amazon to work very well.
However the filament holder arm that comes with the printrbot will not fit hatchbox spools. The hatchbox filament holder is not that much and if you have prime it is free shipping. Only needed if you are using their filament. It will work for other brands as well. I sit it next to my printer and run it over the arm provided to feed down into the extruder.
If you have a raspberry pi or have been curious about playing with one the grab one with a decent SD card and the camera. Then lookup octopi octoprint and have fun. By building out an octopi setup you can have prints run independent of your laptop/desktop computer. It is also possible to setup Octopi to be reachable remotely via the web if you want to be able to monitor/cancel print jobs from afar. You shouldn't leave your prints... but anything real fun will likely take hours... so it is one of those don't do it but pretty much every does kind of things. Octopi means you can keep tabs from your phone.
If you want to try and do it all from the raspberry pi then get a 2... otherwise a B+ works just fine. Get some painters tape (3" width makes it quicker to setup) or masking tape. The 3D print Removal tool that shows up in your amazon searches for pretty much any 3d printing is a worthy little tool. With it and a bit of patience I am able to get most prints off the bed without having to re-apply the tape. printrbottalk.com is your friend for help. Instructables also has a lot of specific help for this model, and 3d printing help in general.
I bought the printer a few days ago and wanted to make sure I know the printer properly before I could write a review. Here’s what I think about the printer and the purchase experience.
An out of the box 3D Scanning Piece!
As an architecture student and someone who loves to play around with gadgets and 3D models, I really appreciate this 3D Scanning piece by Ciclop. I am really happy on having made a decision to buy this one. Everything right from the DIY installation kit and the scanning resolutions is perfect. Working on my projects has become real easy and even more interesting. This 3D scanner is just fantastic!
This is my first ever 3D printer. I had first ordered the Da-Vinci printer but was not happy with reviews about their customer support. Then after reading all the from people with the Flashforge Creator I was very confident that this was a better company and more importantly, a better product.
When I received my printer it was packaged well and worked right out of the box. The heads had been used because they test the heads before sending out the printer. Mine unfortunately came with a faulty Wifi module (problems happen) but I was SHOCKED that just 4 minutes after sending an email to support at flashforge, I had an email back!! Later that day they sent a replacement wifi module complete with tracking number!!!!!!!! OMG!!!!
Since owning the printer there has been 3 software updates for the Flashprint software so it looks like Flashforge are really supporting their products very well.
When I couldn't print using my right nozzle, once again I experienced FAST email replies from Mr Tang in customer support. He sent photos, text and even a video on how to fix the problem. All up I got 7 email replies within half an hour!!! I have NEVER experienced customer support this well (apart from apple).
As for the print quality....well, for lack of a better word...STUNNING!! I have printed at 0.3mm, 0.2mm, 0.1mm and with the new software update I even printed a giraffe at 0.08mm, That's 80 micron layer height!!. I just keep getting great print after print after print! The printer came with a roll of blue PLA and white ABS. The print bed seems to warm up pretty quick. It only take around 3 or 4 minutes to warm up from 2c (winter here in Australia) to 60c. Once the bed it up to within 1.5c it will then start to heat up the extruders. This only take about a minute to heat from 20c to 200c.
So, in summary, it's great printer at a great price, excellent build quality, good software and hardware support from the manufacturer and AMAZING prints. I couldn't be happier with this machine.
Here are some of my videos on youtube:
2nd Print: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxskn0mY4c4
Phone stand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZM0_LccLTww
Tower of Pi:
Printing supports and raft: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5XEDCfIcis
Removing supports and raft: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Y67jW5ZvQc
iPhone case at 80 micron: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7vgrvus6sM
Toothpaste roller: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0_ut5Uj05Q
Kitchen utensil holder:
80 Micron Giraffe:
First glass bed print: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCLuPmswDp4
Skipping Extruder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX40kMTHfDk
Unblocked Extruder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=155SDLgAqLk
1st Dual extrusion test:
Replace Wifi module: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG32Pli9090
The school I work for bought one of these for my classroom. I have build 3D Printers from many kits but this was by far the easiest to assemble.
The kit was delivered safely to the school and with the experience that I have with these things I was able to get it together in less than 5 hours. The printer has been able to give some cool prints and I have already made a book for the blind on this one.
We are now planning to open an exhibition for the blind where we install prints of famous Native American painting. The only thing that I think is missing from the printer is the software support. The Cura software supplied with the printer does not support it well and needs to be customized to be used properly.
I have wanted to own a 3D printer ever since I was first exposed to them as a senior in high school (10 years ago). It was all I hoped it could be! Printrbot prints things out just fine! It works with a a couple different filaments. PLA warps slightly, but its nothing a little bit of tinkering, or a heated bed, cant take care of! I haven't printed ABS yet and don't plan to as of right now.
Useful tools that you should have:
Overall: Happy with the print size, speed and quality. Happy that I purchased it!
I absolutely don't regret buying this kit.
Go for it if you're having fun tinkering and willing to invest more at some point. Which should apply for the most going for reprap ;-)
I had heard a lot about 3d printing before talking a call to buy a 3d printer. I am not DIY guy so I hired an engineering student to get this thing together for me. Tim (The Guy who assembled this printer for me) was amazed at the quality of the materials used in the printer. He said if we had to buy the parts separately it would have cost almost 2wice the money.
He was able to get the printer together in a few hours, and the printer has been a great addition to my business. I design cases for smart gadgets and being a designer myself it gives me great freedom to see my designs made out within a few hours.
I am pretty pleased with the quality of prints I am getting from such an inexpensive machine.
Let’s you print in more than 1 way!
Besides all the great specifications it has like the LCD control panel and the SD Card reader functionality; it has dual extruders which make it easy to make dual color prints or make 2 prints of different colors simultaneously.
Since I like sturdy models, the all metal motor gives me peace of mind that I am getting my money’s worth and won’t have to worry about the basic structure deteriorating after a while. I would definitely recommend this to my fellow architects.
I purchased this printer for home use in hobby and independent invention use.This is my first 3d printer and the unit has been an absolute pleasure to use. I had a nice online instructables guide via the vendor site for initial calibration and use. beyond the initial setup the printer was making some noises that I was not expecting while printing and could not find direct support answers on the company website that related to my concerns.
My Wishlist for PBHQ would be to expand on the depth of documentation for troubleshooting, periodic maintenance, and overall lifecycle management documentation for the machine. the user community is inelegant and I wish that they had selected to use a more common forum/community board product for user collaboration. I have found a lively community of users who have a generally positive attitude towards each other (or reddit.com/r/printrbot of all places), including guides and build logs for modifications, enhancements or alternate replacement parts sources.
PB HQ's support staff have been prompt, knowledgeable, and very concise in what information they needed to effectively support me, and then turn around and provide excellent guidance from the uploads to my support ticket. I am very happy with the overall quality, design choices, and customer relationship the vendor provides.
As a design choice, I believe the Z axis bed sensor is a great convenience and peace of mind when concerned with keeping the print head from gouging the bed, which apparently is a common risk outside of the PB inductive Z axis design. I have had issues with this sensor colliding with prints in progress that had warped, dislodging the delicate print and ruining the part. I feel that this issue is infrequent enough that I find more value in the Z axis sensor than I see disease with risk of a part warping in mid print, striking the sensor and dislodging the printed subject.
Small and fast prints seem to dislodge more often than not, and due to the momentum of the print bed and Y-axis carrige, very small items see an unacceptable amount of rounding and waviness. these issues are more my haste in printing as I have take the same files, slowed print head velocity and reduced the thickness per layer for more true to concept print results.
A well known upgrade step from the printrbot simple to the simple with heated bed requires quite a few bits of gear to be effective.
A headed bed replacment must be done (the base powder coated print plate is not appropriate). a Power supply upgrade must be done as the unit does not have a strong enough stock power supply to heat the bed and do its core functions. Printrbot HQ offers the power supply, a case to put the power supply into, and a spool holder that is suspended over the "power tower". it is up to the user to purchase the components and turn it back around into a stock equivalent finished product. I encourage Printrbot to sell an upgrade ready to go kit, or even more favorably, a turnkey replacement service where you ship them your unit and they send you back the upgraded machine with all the necessary recalibration completed.
The quality of the prints are really good! I recommend not putting too much tension on the wheels because they might wear uneavenly. Other than that the V track system is phenomenal!
I also like the removable print surface. It is very handy to be able to remove the plate and flex the print off.
One thing I did to help long term durability is I got a flexible aluminum coupler (5mm to 5mm) for the Z thread instead of using the rubber tubing the kit provides.
The tubing works fine and they provide two more sections so you can replace it as it wears out, so it shouldn't be a deal breaker for anyone. I just didn't want to have to worry about it so I upgraded.
Sunhokey Delta printer is an amazing machine but beware this is not for newbies, you need to have some DIY Skills to get the printer to work the way it should. I purchased this printer a few months ago and since then have upgraded it with the heated bed to print ABS material on it. I have been using this printer very often and it have never given any trouble, One advise for anyone buying this printer is to use USB to send data to the printer, as the Ethernet connection can lose connectivity spoiling the hours of print on the machine.
I feel at this price it's a real bargain and a must have for any 3D Printing enthusiast.
This machine is highly accurate and fast. The few needed adjustments are dead simple, and I had my first good print within an hour of openning the box.
It's well built, and works very well as an in-place unit (not really portable). The web interface for it is straightforward, and gives good control.
I own one other printer, and have used a few others. As far as weighing large format, accuracy, low failure rate and thoughtful design, I'd put the Type A at the top of the machines I've used, and easily in the top ranks of all desktop deposition printers.
The things I've printed with it have included small mesh gear systems, posible figures, geographic terrain maps, architectural examples, and various knickknacks.
There are things I'd improve, but they are small things, and don't affect print quality. Things like lateral rigidity in case someone leans on the unit during a print, built in lights, etc.
You have to really need this 3D printer, rather than simply yearn for it. There's also an alternative in case you want to have some different choices: (...)
The switch is kind of buried under there. Once it was up, I leveled it within a couple minutes, and was successfully printing test prints on the first try. Since then, I have a great success rate with all kinds of prints. I love having the dual extruder as well, although I'm still learning how to incorporate that into my designs.
The only improvements I'd really like to see are a larger access door (it can be cramped when you have to work inside it) and a faster bed heater (it can take quite a while for that to come to temperature). I can't say for sure how this printer stacks up against the others, besides my Printrbot, but I don't see how it can be beat for the price. The quality of the prints seems very good.
I was making my first prints out of the box within 1 hour of unpacking the printer.
When I did have an issue the skype support was prompt.
I have to say the quality of the prints I'm getting is very good and expect to improve even more as I learn how use the machine and software.
Strictly for someone who is looking to learn how to make a 3d printer !!
I run engineering works business and wanted a printer to make some prototypes, i did some heard hunting and settled for this 3d printer. To my bad luck the printer delivery was delayed by more than a week, and when in received the printer the acrylic sheets were shattered.
I called up the customer support and send them the images of the printer to convince them about my situation. They did send the damaged parts and it took me 2 more days to get the pieces together.
The printer is working fine ever since but getting the parts together is a real tough job. I would rather leave it to the experts.
It took me about 8 hours to assemble and start printing. I had one small problem, but resolved it in about 10 minutes: When I turned it on, the printhead thermistor kept showing 280 - 300 degrees (constant - before the heating was even switched on).
Turns out, the preassembled hotend screw that holds the thermistor wires was too tihgt and caused a short between the wires. The thermistor wires were not cut, just the insulation was pinched, so I insulated them with a bit of kapton tape, and now it works fine.
I dodn'a have much use of the enclosed Cura slicer, It kept losing connection to the printer, but there are a lot of free slicer programs on the net.
I am impressed with the quality of the prints, for the money it'a a huge win!
This is really a great-great 3D printer kit for people interested in delta type printers. First thing wow me was how perfectly the 3D printer parts are accomplished. They are clean and robust. Incorporating them add value to the printer since is going to move the hot end very accurate and smoothly.
Bottom line: This implementation of a delta printer is simple and elegant.
The product comes with incredible dependable support. Customer service adds tremendous value to this product Thank you
I received my printer today and I was up and printing within 30 minutes. I loaded the software and leveled the bed and it was ready to go. My first abs print came out flawless, I honestly could not believe the result it was a near perfect print.
The machine overall it very nice. It was easy to setup,the print bed is solid with no vibration, the extruders and print bed heat up very quickly and the controls are easy to us.
Things to note, the filament spools are an odd size @ 180 diameter by 55 wide if you want to use them inside the case. I've tried the Zen toolworks filament and it seems to work as well. Just be aware you can not run a full 2kg spool inside the case.
The other thing is the only print client this will use is FlashPrint. It's pretty simple to get used and I will withhold judgement on it until I use it more. Some people might find this to be a negative.
Overall this machine is awesome it blows my Solidoodle 4 out of the water both in terms of ease of set up and print quality. So far I'm very happy.
The bot is great. I'm pretty new to 3D printing, and this model made entrance into that seemingly daunting realm quite painless.
Very glad I bought the assembled version.
Very accurate. 50 microns is 0.05 mm. That's 1/20th of a millimeter, or 1/200th of a cm. Small.
Small footprint. ~20cm x ~8cm.
Not the fastest machine. I'm printing at 40mm/s consistently, at 0.1 mm layer height, and prints turn out beautifully. For 0.05mm I turn the speed down to 20mm/s, so the print takes *forever* but the results are astounding.
Should you buy it?
This is an American-made product, and it definitely feels like it. Works great, very solid construction. I highly recomend the y-axis upgrade, as it makes the price-per-cubic-cm lower than the Printrbot Simple Metal.
It is an ideal printer!
This printer is simply amazing! I can easily change the filaments anytime. I was able to access this printer in my own language (I am Dutch!). Minifactory gives excellent prints. Even the delivery was quicker than expected. Thanx to DHL!
All in all, a great product at affordable price!
The CubePro is one of the best multi-extruder printers I've ever gotten to use. It is a very reliable machine, has a huge build volume and can produce some very detailed parts. It's not perfect, though, and there are several areas where I would like to see improvement from 3D Systems in future versions of software, firmware and hardware.
The entire experience is definitely geared towards more experienced users, and I do think this is a printer for someone who's been doing 3D printing for a while. It's very large and built with heavy-duty, industrial grade hardware, so it's incredibly durable and powerful, but also a little daunting for a first-time user. The slicing software is also a more "pro" interface, certainly not as cartoonish as MakerWare or Cura. It does all the same functions though, and the advanced options can really let you open up the capabilities of the printer, so that is a big plus for me.
The CubePro does multi-color very well, but could potentially handle multi-material better. Currently it prints in PLA and ABS and while it can print in both simultaneously, the temperature presets it runs for such prints are a little cool for ABS and it can warp sometimes. That being said, you can selectively dissolve ABS from PLA - I've successfully done it - so if you can get a multi-material print to come out well you can do some pretty impressive things.
Lastly, I would like to see a wider material offering for the CubePro - one of the downsides of a closed system - so that I can print materials like Polycarbonate and Ninjaflex like I can on my Rep2X, which I'm confident the printer could do well - probably better than my Makerbot. I have heard 3D Systems intends to release more materials for it in the future, though, so hopefully that will be as simple as a software and firmware update.
I'm a new 3D printer user and decided to try a lower end model to learn more about the process, I work at a motor repair shop and have been working with electronics all my life but getting this printer together was so difficult that I almost gave up on it 3 times before getting it together.
My trouble did not end there; I tried printing with ABS only to realize that we need to do temperature settings to get the prints to stick to the bed. The software supplied with the printer is opensource (Whatever that means) and not too user friendly to my liking.
Once you are up the learning curve the printer works fine but getting there can be really messy. One thing that I would recommend everyone is to use a Kapton tape on the printer bed and lower the printing speed if you need good prints.
I have used some printers at the local library and had some prints made at shapeways, but believe me i haven't had better prints than the ones I got from my Creatbot.
You get some great things when you get this 3d printer, I got the DX model which has a bed size of 300x250x300 mm, 3 nozzels which can give prints that can have 3 different colors and can still print at 30 microns precision.
The printer is ultra silent and can be used even inside the house, The nozzel can be heated up to 400 degrees and hence can be used to print carbon fibre as well as nylon,.
I am currently printing a full multi color dress on this printer which I plan to present at a fashion show, some parts of the dress are already ready and I am super happy with the quality.
I got this kit to use in a build your own 3D printer class, I helped a student build the printer and he managed to get it right the 1st time and the printer was assembled in 7 hours. It took another hour and half the next day to calibrate the printer bed and nozzle .
The kid went from no knowledge to being able to build a printer in a day and a half which was great,. We tested some prints on it and they came out well.
I have tried this experiment with other kits and believe me it was never this easy. I am super happy with this printer design and the kind of material that goes into making this kit.
I am surely going to buy a lot more of these over the next few days
The printer is not very easy to assemble as it comes with a million pieces un assembled. As a novice to 3D printing, it took me forever to get them together. After working for a lot of hours and speaking with a lot of guys at the customer support I was finally able to get the printer working.
The printer needs a lot of settings I was printing confidently and regularly getting good prints out of the instrument. Printing PLA was lot easier than ABS as it never seems to stick to the printer bed.
I could not recommend this printer to newbies like me.
It was shipped pretty quickly. Well packaged and nothing arrived damaged.. It's my first 3D printer and it makes great prints once it's dialed in. Good quality parts all around.
This is my introduction to 3d printing and I have to say that I am pretty amazed at the quality of prints I am getting with this 3d Printer. I have to say that I had to do some fine tuning to get them but once I was up the learning curve it has been smooth sailing for me. The Printer is certainly made using high quality material and there is absolutely no noise when its running.
I have done more than 200 hours of printing on it and have not got a single failed print. The printer took approximately 5 hours to assemble as I was new to all this and the customer support did really help me. I am very happy with this product and I am glad I made the right decision.
I purchased this printer in the month of October and have been thrilled with the whole 3d printing stuff ever since then. The printer came as an assembled unit, and it was a million times better my previous DIY kit (I advise to stay away from them, as their prices are luring but it’s a real head ache to get them running).
The printer has been running more than 100 hours a week and it still works like a new printer. I have experience a few nozzle clogging issues but it was due to cheaper Chinese filaments, however ever since I started using European filaments I have never had any issues.
Geeetech as a company is certainly one of the most under rated companies in 3d Printing and with solid product line I am sure things will change for better for them.