Creality Ender 3 Max vs Voxelab Aquila
Creality Ender 3 Max
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- Great for beginners
- Easy to use
- Good quality prints
- Comes with a magnetic build surface
- Great for hobbyists
- Easy to use
- Good value for the price
- Requires some maintenance
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Broke after 40 hours of use, otherwise excellent.
I had to extend them using the old ones. Once replaced, I improved the head strain relief to reduce the risk of reoccurrence by designing a strain relief plate that attaches to the deck. Now it operates smoothly and hasn't broken since. It attaches with no screws or adhesive, but slips into place and stays put
2 years ago
After a year and 100+ hours of printing....
I bought this in early 2021, and put 100+ hours of printing, usually in PLA. Let's start with the bad, as that's what everyone wants to know: BAD: Right out of the box, it needs a few upgrades to be reliable and safe (safe, more on that later) 1) Upgrade the Bowden extruder drive gear to an aluminum one. The heat and force on the plastic one breaks quite easily. I tried cobbling the old one together and 3D printing a replacement, but they generally have too much slop to extrude properly
10 months ago
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