Ultimaker S5 vs Voron 2.4

  • Made for professionals
  • Very good overall print quality
  • Easy setup and use
  • Large dimensional printing area ("build volume")
  • Good customer service
  • Made for beginners
  • Easy to use
  • Good for small projects
  • No support from the manufacturer
  • Doesn't come with any software or instructions

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Reliability

Ultimaker S5
3Dnatives Lab: Testing the Ultimaker S5 3D Printer - 3Dnatives
With the Ultimaker S5, the manufacturer wanted to offer a FDM 3D printer as complete as possible: large volume, heating tray, semi-closed enclosure, double extrusion, WiFi, automatic calibration, colour touch screen, end of filaments detection etc. Quality of impressions is well to go with a very satisfactory overall experience.
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5 months ago
3dnatives.com
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Voron 2.4
Sell my Prusa for an X1 Carbon?
Also not a great deal when they get the printer, revo hotend, dryer, enclosure, webcam, and the pi3. The pi is on shortage right now and the revo is around 100 dollars. Personally I would try to get a Voron 2.4. By putting the printer together you will know when things go wrong and how to fix it.
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Haku-engineer
reddit.com/r/prusa3d
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