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3D Hubs launches new ‘buy guide’ for 3D printers
The Amsterdam based 3D Hubs used his knowledge of thousands of affiliated professional and home-garden-and-kitchen-3d-printers to establish a buying guide for the printers. It is the second time that the 3D social network printer does.
3d hubs infographic guide The buy guide has been prepared since the question ‘what 3D printer should I buy? ” most states, says 3D Hubs his guide. To which, together with the knowledge base to lead in the right direction, 3D Hubs came a year ago for the first time with a ‘best buy’ for 3D printers. In the meantime, there is another year gone and certain models are no longer available, some are updated and of course there are also added new printers.
Team 3D Hubs utilized reviews of 5350 owners of home-3d-printers in total 441 different printers pulled through the wringer. The number of models printed by these printers is for this ‘Best 3D Printer Guide’ to 714 300 prints, good for 3962 year printing.
To compose the guide, watched the users to print quality, ease of use, build quality, reliability, failure rate, customer service, community around the printer, running costs, software and value. The distribution yield that was further divided into several categories: Enthusiast, Plug ‘n’ Play, Kit / DIY, Budget and Resin.
The assessed printers had at least twenty feedback of experienced 3D Hubbers. A complete overview of all 126 models with five or more reviews is also the site find. A year ago, almost half the printers in the list: 67. The reviews not using feedback from customers who order prints via 3D Hubs, though who can be found on the site in the ‘trends’ in the site.Viewing:-141
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