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Rated 4 out of 5 by from First Home 3D Printer The Mod-T is a great first 3D Printer! We made 2 items yesterday when we opened it! We found, though, it works better if plugged directly into the computer via USB. Also self created project did not print well BUT we think it could have been the design. Will try again today! Very quiet and easy to set up!
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Beginner Printer Received this as a Christmas gift. Love it! Would I recommend it? Absolutely! The important thing to consider regarding this printer is, it's designed to be a hobbyists printer. Don't compare it to a RepRap or Prusa. That being said, it's perfect for a beginner. No, it doesn't have dual extruders, nor a heated bead so only does PLA, but that's a reasonable trade off. The printing space is roughly, 6x4x5.5, so don't expect to print your IronMan armor, but if your items fit, expect a nice quality print. I haven't attempted high quality detailed prints, but the items I have done are great. Skulls, a pendant, CD holders, iPhone case etc. I do NOT like that printing software is dependent upon the website. I hear it has a usb option, but i've not needed it. You'll have to find your own software for creating objects, but pre-designed items are abundant on the internet. I hear it's slow, but I wouldn't know as it's my first. I'm ok with the print speeds. Rough drafts are quicker than the quality prints, obviously. I was concerned regarding the placement of the filament spool, but not to worry, it works. There have been a couple of hiccups. One design I found won't finish its print, but other owners say it works for them. I think my dog bumped it during one print. This was taling 25hrs to print, so I wasn't attending the printer the entire time. I'm thinking my bulldog bumped the desk as the final few layers were misaligned. It's only happened once.
Date published: 2017-01-15
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