If you’re looking into jumping head first into 3D printing, the Ender 3 is my recommendation. So is there any point at looking at any other budget 3D printers? I thought no, until this printer was surprisingly capable.
The Easythreed Nano features:
One touch operation
One click slicing
Removable magnetic bed
Low power consumption
Ability to print PLA, PETG and TPU
The print quality is not quite at the Ender 3 level but way better than I was expecting. With its separate, sealed power brick, this is great for a kids to turn their TinkerCAD creations into reality. A school might buy several of these instead one more expensive printer for the junior classes. We are currently considering this for my school.
$150 with coupon c6cfaf from Banggood: http://bit.ly/2wmovyw
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Entertaining promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rurNVcLgdFo
This printer provided at my request for review by Banggood. All opinions expressed are my own. More to come on this adorable printer, I’m going to make it go places..
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