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Review: da Vinci 3D Printer


The da Vinci looks and prints exactly like the inexpensive consumer product it is. This is the disposable inkjet of 3D printing. It’s a cheap, (mostly) easy-to-use option for hobbyists and younger students. Read more »

Review: Felix 3.0 3D Printer


Last year the Felix 2.0 was our “surprise hit.” This year’s model, the fully assembled Felix 3.0 (also available as a kit) has been upgraded with injection-molded parts and a dual-extrusion option, but it retains its portability, minimalist feel, and excellent print surfaces. This machine doesn’t ship with a printed... Read more »

Review: Afinia H480 3D Printer


Afinia continues to live up to its “easy to use” reputation with their updated H-Series printer. The H480 printer may appear identical to the previous model, but it now includes automatic platform leveling and nozzle height detection. Automatic Calibration Leveling a print bed and setting the extruder height are two... Read more »