Over the past few years, Monoprice has made a name for itself as the premier purveyor of budget-friendly 3D printers, but its latest printer — the Delta Pro — seems to be a step in a different direction.
Unlike the rest of Monoprice’s machines (all of which are priced under $500), this one costs a whopping 1,500 bucks. To see if this printer’s high-end features are worth that premium price tag, we put it through its paces for a couple weeks.
Here’s how it went.
Standout features and specs The first thing you’ll notice about this printer is just how big it is. Standing about 3 feet tall and roughly 1.5 feet wide, it’s a pretty sizable machine. The good news, though, is that this beefy skeleton allows a fairly generous build area to sit nestled inside of the printer’s frame. The Delta Pro boasts a build area that’s […]
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