Creality Ender 5 Plus vs Flashforge Adventurer 3
- Great for large prints
- Easy to assemble
- Good quality
- Takes up minimal space
- Problem with long object names
- Great for beginners
- Heats up quickly
- Enclosed printing space
- Good price per performance
- Some filaments from other brands do not fit
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Just got a (new to me) Anet A8! $80 well spent
It was my first 3D printer 6 years ago and in insight it was a piece of junk. I spent way to much money to make "reliable" it was not worthy. Rods were not straight (it's an understatement), PSU wasn't big enough to power everything on the printer at a reliable tension, it was burning heating cartridges and T° sensors for some reasons and ofc I had to use externals mossfets. Now I run an ender 5 plus for 1+ year and the reliability is on another level, I just send my print on my octopi server and I don't even feel the need to monitor the start of the print or fear it would randomly fail after 6hours of print for some random reasons
2 years ago
Mixed Emotions (Updated 10/22/19)
I hadn't used or even seen a 3d printer in person before I got it. I selected it on on line comments and Youtube reviews (most of which involved someone rating an item that was given to them). It it was supposed to be plug and play, not t require a lot of tweaking and appeared to have a good print quality . Those claims were generally met
4 years ago
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