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ZORTRAX - bans everyone who criticizes their printer

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If you thought about upgrading to ZORTRAX then read this:

Zortrax is a decent printer from what's been posted on the forum, but they ban everyone who comments on the prints or criticizes their printer, just try your luck register and criticize comment about something..... no spam please

Then post your results how your post disappear or you are banned.

So the prints you see and replies you read on their forum are what the lucky users get, you do not see the other side of the coin.

 

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I learnt that sometime ago. They are just reselling a cheap Chinese printer, nothing more to it. I have messages from people with that printer that are very unhappy. But this is Ultimaker forum as gr5 said and we should stick to that printer.

And in the end, all manufacturers have their flaws so you need to judge yourself with what flaws you can be happy

 

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I learnt that sometime ago. They are just reselling a cheap Chinese printer, nothing more to it. I have messages from people with that printer that are very unhappy. But this is Ultimaker forum as gr5 said and we should stick to that printer.

And in the end, all manufacturers have their flaws so you need to judge yourself with what flaws you can be happy

 

Could you share some info, if the manufacturer hides the flaws desperately how can I learn about them?

 

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I created this thread not to bash competitor company, it's called freedom of speech, if the manufacturer hides the flaws desperately a competitor should welcome constructive critics and facts about it. Sorry if it's not allowed here too.

I hope DELL gets the same customer treatment as regular users with it's 5000 printer order.

 

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Its not fair play if one manufacturer uses their forum to smash their competitor. Very important and old business rule "About competition say all the best".

Did you actually believe in that Dell order, thats a prank from Zortrax, it never happened :)

 

Do you believe Zortrax printers are made in China? Maybe they are made in North Korea in one of their underground factories.

Grow up kids! :cool:

 

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1) It's okay to say bad things about Ultimaker in this forum.

2) It's okay to say good things about Ultimaker in the forum.

3) It's okay to say good or bad things about competitors but not if the thread is specifically about a competitor.

So for example if we are talking about the UM and I say I think the bowden is too tight and am frustrated that it can't handle 3.0mm filament and needs 2.85mm filament and you say some competitor can handle 3mm just fine. It's okay if I say, "true, but their extruder is on the head so it's much heavier and slower than the UM".

But to have a thread that is meant to specifically discuss Zortrax is not a good idea.

I think I'll delete this thread later today.

 

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