Monoprice, a company best known for selling value-priced speakers, cables, computer accessories, and consumer electronics products, has branched out into its own branded 3D printers.
The Monoprice Voxel 3D Printer ($399.99) is an entry-level model that’s easy to set up and use. It can print with the most common filament types (ABS and PLA), and it offers multiple connection choices.
Print quality, however, was inconsistent; most of our test objects looked fine, but the printer was stumped by two of them.
A Solid Budget 3D Printer The Voxel is a nearly cube-shaped printer (measuring 15 by 15.7 by 15.9 inches), and it weighs 19.9 pounds. The frame is matte black and gray, with a clear door with a magnetic latch in front, and see-through plastic panels on the left side and top. A 2.8-inch color touch screen is set to the right of the door, and a port […]
3Dsimo is a company based in Prague, in the heart of Europe. It’s a manufacturer of multi-functional tools for makers...