Artillery has announced the forthcoming launch of its latest innovation, the Sidewinder X4 Plus 3D printer, scheduled for 20 February 2024. This new printer follows on from the company’s recent releases, such as the X3 Pro, X3 Plus and X4 Pro.Continue reading “Artillery unveils the new Sidewinder X4 Plus 3D printer”
After the success of the Sovol SV06 (Prusa type 3D printer), Sovol announces the release of its big sister the Sovol SV06 Plus, a 3D printer offering a larger printing volume of 300x300x340mm at a very interesting price.Continue reading “Sovol SV06 Plus, first test and pre-sale of the new Sovol large format printer”
I was lucky a few weeks ago to receive a new 3D printer, the SV06, the newest printer from Chinese manufacturer Sovol, a test I had to keep confidential until today. So what is this printer worth?
Sovol continues to expand its range of 3D printers, and announces the upcoming release of a new 3D printer, in a cubic format, with very interesting options (it is not a coreXY).Continue reading “Sovol SV05 : new direct drive 3D printer + a giveaway”
After launching the Ender3 S1 series, which is much more expensive than the previous Ender3 range, Creality doesn’t seem to have abandoned the previous generation Ender3 with the release of the Neo series.Continue reading “Ender 3 Neo and Ender 3 V2 Neo: the improvement of the Ender3 series”
A few months ago I announced the new Sovol SV01 Pro, the evolution of the SV01. I received a test machine that I will present to you today, after more than 2 months of use.Continue reading “Sovol SV01 Pro : the test !”
Anycubic… My first FDM 3D printer was an Anycubic, the i3 Mega, and I haven’t had the opportunity to try any new FDM printer from this brand since, so this is a good opportunity for me to see how the Anycubic range has evolved since the i3 Mega!Continue reading “Anycubic Kobra, test of the new 3D printer”
TwoTrees, better known for its 3D printers, also offers a fairly complete range of lasers, as many 3D printer manufacturers are increasingly moving into this market, complementary to 3D printing.Continue reading “TwoTrees TS3: review of the laser in a enclosure”
A few months ago I announced the release of 2 new 3D printers from Creality, the Ender 3 S1 and the Ender 3 S1 Pro. I have now had the opportunity to try the Ender 3 S1, so what is this new machine worth?Continue reading “Ender 3 S1, test of the new Creality 3D Printer”
As a partner of Elegoo since the release of the first Elegoo Mars, I was lucky enough to receive a preview of the new Saturn 2, a large format resin printer with an 8k print resolution.Continue reading “Elegoo Saturn 2: test of the 8k resin printer (preview)”
Mingda is a relatively new Chinese 3D printer brand, with their first machines dating back to 2020. After the Rock series, the Mingda Magician X is their second FDM model. I will introduce you to this 3D printer in this article.Continue reading “Mingda Magician X: 3D printer test + promo code”
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”