Creality Ender 5 Plus vs Kingroon KP3S
- Great for large prints
- Easy to assemble
- Good quality
- Takes up minimal space
- Problem with long object names
- Great for hobbyists
- Quiet operation
- Linear rails
- Easily flashable main board
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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
Filament Yoda - Hm the jury is not happy
This printer has a niche for me it repeatedly prints 10 minutes parts very small. However a few times has frozen on me and it could have potential for parts that last 3-4 hours but because I had it freeze intermittently about 10 times so far in two weeks really makes it unreliable. Even with that I ordered a second one to get more tests done. Another thing is that Kingroon actually sell all metal heat breaks on their website for their particular printer and you can upgrade this
1 year ago
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