I've decided to buy this 3D printer because it looked strong and solid and well designed. I'm not going to copy all the caracteristics for this printer here, as you'll probably find a lot more on the original manufacturer website.
You'll find below my honest review that isn't influenced by anyone but my own experience with this printer.
This printer is delivered as a kit you must assemble yourself. They provide a manual printed in glossy paper, but without good instructions (pictures are too small to see the important details and they skip difficult part because, well, it's difficult to explain well). Once assembled (see my other posts for few advices to help you build the printer), it's very strong and clean.
They have managed to provide a really prosumer product within a budget. Unfortunately, building the printer takes a lot of time, even more if you are a bit maniac (like me).
There are many details missing in the manual that you might have to unscrew everything at step 9 to resume at step 2. You'll probably make mistakes, so to save you some time, please follow my other post for the mistakes to avoid.
There are many reviews of this printer online, and some are very good like this one from 3dprintbeginner, so I won't repeat his points.
The frame is very strong and clean. Once built, you have minimal wire going out so it does not look like a prototype. Large build area with maximized space
The wire are way too long and very badly though. It'll take you half an hour to fit them in the wire holder and you'll have to deal with sliding them into the cable trays in the chassis. If you need to change something later on (like the hotend or adding a BLTouch sensor), you'll end up having to cut and solder additional wire (up to 1 meters missing).
Why did they use this path:
And not this path?
It would have:
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