Made from sheet metal, 3D Printed and injection molded parts the A3 is a strange 3D Printer kit indeed… but does that mean it’s better than the competition? Watch to find out!
The Tronxy X1 can be found for under $150US delivered – But how good is it? Watch to find out! This Kit ships with everything you need in the box to make a working 3D Printer – sans filament. The instructions are good and the machine has loads of room for further upgrades.
Want to get into 3D Printing but don’t have much money to spend? There are a lot of low cost 3D Printers now available but not many are very good! In this video I share with you my choices for 3D Printers $350 USD or under that actually work pretty good, and would be a great start into 3D Printing. These machines are either those that have been tested here on Maker’s Muse – or come highly recommended by others in the 3D Printing community.
The Zmorph 2.0 is a Swiss Army Knife for makers – but when reviewed as a 3D Printer is it worth the incredible price tag?
Today we’re checking out the Formlabs Form 2, a SLA 3D Printer promising incredible detail, reliability and ease of use. But does it live up to expectations? Watch to find out!
There is LOADS of flexible 3D Printing filaments on the market today, all with different properties and features. In this video we’ll put 6 different brands to the test.
This 3D Printing Filament really does smell like chocolate… but how well does it print? Ah… if only YouTube had smell-o-vision!!!
Can a budget 3D Printer be any more than a gimmic? Let’s find out by testing the STARTT. A $100 3D Printer from imakr!
In this full tutorial I’ll show you how to use the sweep feature in Fusion 360 to create this dual color candy cane! We’ll be printing it on the Prusa i3 MK2S Multi Material Upgrade but you could use any dual extruder 3D Printer.