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Review: Cube 3


This is not a machine for people who want to tweak settings and chase the perfect print. The Cube 3 is for someone who wants to print, has no time to waste, and is willing to pay more for plastic for a toolchain that just works. Read more »

Review: Print-Rite CoLiDo 3D Printer


It’s a good machine for hackers to tinker with. Print-Rite’s CoLiDo 3D Printer is a MakerBot Replicator clone with a twist — it runs G-code instead of .x3g files — allowing for slicer interchangeability. Read more »

Review: Idea Builder 3D Printer

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From the exterior packaging and $999 price point, it’s obvious that the Dremel Idea Builder is a product aimed squarely at the mass market. Their design team has clearly thought through the unboxing experience. Inside is a full-color, easy to follow, quick-start guide, two sheets of Dremel-branded BuildTak, and a... Read more »

Review: TAZ 4 3D Printer


The LulzBot TAZ 4 was high on my list of printers to test this year. I have always been impressed with the engineering and attention to detail that LulzBot has put into its machines. Having spent some time on the original TAZ during last year’s testing, I wanted to see what improvements... Read more »

Review: Ultimaker 2 3D Printer


Although Ultimaker’s second offering recently celebrated its first birthday, its performance in our Shootout was head and shoulders above the rest of the FFF machines. This is a great machine for those who want to load a model and print without spending hours setting up and tweaking parameters, but it... Read more »