Sovol continues to expand its range of 3D printers, after the Sovol SV04, here is their newest machine, the SV01 Pro. A partially assembled 3D printer kit.Continue reading “Sovol SV01 Pro, presentation of the new Direct drive 3D printer”
The Ender 3 is probably one of the best-selling 3D printers in the world in its category. Released in 2018, with a budget of around €200, this 3D printer sold as a partially assembled kit, has allowed many users to get into 3D printing on a budget.Continue reading “Ender 3 S1 and Ender 3 S1 Pro, the new Creality 2022 range”
Sovol extends its 3D printer range with this new 3D printer, the SV04! It is a dual extruder IDEX type 3D printer with a printing area of 300x300x400mmContinue reading “Sovol SV04 Test of the new IDEX dual extruders printer”
Resin 3D printers are becoming more and more popular, there are now printers available to the general public for less than 300€, and manufacturers are offering increasingly high performance models. Anycubic, one of the leaders in this field, has just released 2 new machines, the Photon Mono 4K and the Photon Mono X 6K, these models are similar to their previous generations visually, but are equipped with higher resolution screens, which allows to print with a higher level of details.
Today I’m testing the Photon Mono 4K, a resin printer with a 6.23 inch monochrome screen and a resolution of 3840×2400 pixels.Continue reading “Test the new Anycubic Mono 4k + Black Friday promotion”
Before presenting the Wash&Cure Plus, the Anycubic shop via AliExpress has sent me a $10 off promotion code that you can apply in your basket. With this offer the final price is about 181€ (stock Spain).
Here is the code: SERIAL3D
valid until September 7th
If you are looking for a fast 3D printer, you need a Delta 3D printer, if you are looking for a fast and cheap 3D printer, you need a QQ-s Pro!
Today we are going to test this 3D printer, it is my first machine from the FLSUN brand, which I was able to get via the tomtop website (which I didn’t know either until now).
To celebrate its 7th anniversary, Creality has just announced on April 9th, 3 new 3D printers. Among these new products, we find a new resin printer, the HALOT-SKY, of which I was lucky enough to receive a beta unit a few weeks ago.Continue reading “HALOT-SKY: presentation and beta test of the new resin 3D printer from Creality”
To celebrate their 11th anniversary, AliExpress is proposing many promotional offers from March 29th (9am Paris time). There are of course many products related to 3D printing, with very interesting prices (equivalent to the November 11th offers).Continue reading “AliExpress 11th anniversary promotions from 29 March to 3 April”
Creality’s 3D printer catalogue has been enriched with the arrival of a new FDM printer, the Sermoon D1, a box printer with a print volume of 280x260x310mm.Continue reading “Sermoon D1 : Test of the new Creality printer in a cabinet”
As resin 3D printers become more popular and affordable, Creality is following suit with the release of a large format monochrome 4k resin printer with a 192x120x250mm print area, the LD-006, the big sister to the LD-002R (small format 2k printer) and LD-002H (a monochrome version).Continue reading “Creality LD-006 : Test of the 4k Monochrome printer”
The Artillery Sidewinder X1 has become popular in the last few months, but maybe you are looking for a smaller and cheaper 3D printer? Its little sister, the Artillery Genius, might be of interest to you!Continue reading “Test Artillery Genius a Direct Drive 3D printer”
If you have an Anycubic or other brand of resin printer, you probably don’t like the long and tedious post processing part. This wash&cure is for you!Continue reading “Anycubic Wash&Cure 2.0 Machine test and big promotion from 15 to 17 March!”
You might have thought that Elegoo only sold resin printers, but no! In fact they were already selling FDM printers long before Mars, they were mainly white label machines. Today I’m going to introduce you to the Neptune 2, which will be sold very soon on Amazon at 150€.Continue reading “Test of the Elegoo Neptune 2, a 150€ FDM printer”
The Ender3 series is arguably Creality’s most popular 3D printer and they continue to release improved versions such as the Ender 3 Pro and more recently the Ender 3 V2. The Ender 3 Max, available since then, is simply a larger version of the Ender3, with a few more options.Continue reading “Test of the Ender 3 Max, the big sister of the Ender3”
Most FDM 3D printers look the same, and so do 3D printer tests, but sometimes there are machines that stand out, and that’s the case today with the Creality 3DPrintMill, a 3D printer unlike any other, with a rolling platen that allows for mass or very long model 3D printing.Continue reading “Creality 3DPrintMill CR-30: test of the 3D printer with infinite rolling plate!”