Member #469378

Member Since: September 12, 2013

Country: United States

  • This is a very good printer and there are many other very good printers. Your money, you choose. Lutzbot was looking for a way to make printers more accessible (cheaper) without compromising quality and I think they’ve done OK. This printer, like the Taz 4, uses standard filament from any source and has all the features need to get up and going. I’ve used and seen the Taz in action and it works very well for the price. Like most 3D printers, there is a learning curve to get started and, though I haven’t seen this start up guide, I think Lutzbot could be a little clearer about the initial hurdles in their documentation. Overall, I expect this printer will have the excellent quality that Lutzbot has delivered so far, at $1K less that their flagship.

    So about all this whining with little substance: If you know of a better printer, and why it is so, state it specifically, not in griping generalities; or be grown up enough to be quiet because the criticism given here so far is completely useless.

  • Hey Robert, You guys run an awesome as well as successful business so I’m going to assume you know what you’re doing. I’m all in!

No public wish lists :(