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My Ultimaker and Form1+ had a baby :0)

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I saw a review of this one by maker's muse, it looks like a fun printer to play with :)so cute ^^

 

Yes, it's quite small and cute.

The print quality is surprising very good for 200ish euro worth of 3D printer :)

I've printed at 0.3, 0.2 and 0.1mm @ 15-20mm/sec and I've very impressed with the results.

I will say this, it needs a few mods to get the most out of it. But nothing expensive or hard to print(SD and LCD, fans etc).

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I have a co-worker wanting to spend a little money and try 3D printing and asked about this model.  If you don't mind sharing your experience with him here, he'd appreciate it.

 

Lots of info and experiences here from the 1.0 version up to 1.5

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2469638

Lot of info for the mods as well.

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