Flashforge Adventurer 3 vs Flashforge Creator Pro
- Great for beginners
- Heats up quickly
- Enclosed printing space
- Good price per performance
- Some filaments from other brands do not fit
- Great for first-time 3D printer owners
- Easy to use
- Lots of features
- Dual extrusion opens up many possibilities
- Requires some assembly
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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
Wife just said "Get yourself a 3D printer for Christmas", I'm so excited, watching YouTube videos but I know nothing.
I also see a lot of people reccomend the Prusia mk3s. OP, these are great printers but I want you to understand what you are paying for when you buy the printer. The I3 (bedflinger) design is one of the cheapest designs on the market and a Prusia mk3s probably costs about $500-$600 (US) in parts but the rest of the cost is people checking all the electrical components to see if they function properly, research and development into new iterations and for extensive, high quality customer support. If you buy the prebuilt then you will also be paying for someone to put the printer together and run a ~2 hour test print to make sure the thing works
2 years ago
Noisy but reliable, 4.4 stars
If I step outside of the studio room, I can easily hear the Creator Pro, and faintly hear the BIBO. If I go upstairs, I can't hear the BIBO, but the Creator Pro's noises can faintly be heard through the HVAC vents. You won't notice it if there's white noise upstairs, but if the house is quiet, you'll hear the Creator Pro running no matter where you are in the house. All said and done though, I don't regret buying this printer and would recommend it to a beginner who knows that 3D printers aren't magic boxes, and even an expert, given the community behind this printer and modifications available for it
4 years ago
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