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Monoprice MP Delta Pro 3D Printer, 32-bit ARM Processor, Auto Level, Silent Drive, Touchscreen, Fully Assembled

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Monoprice has awful CS.
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What's the build volume? You can get a lot of printer for $600.
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Monoprice has awful CS.
My son's Voxel was a Christmas present this past december. we are well out of the original warranty timeframe and they just replaced it this month because of a camera malfunction. We were without a printer for all of 6 days. I can't complain about their service at this point.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=30993

watching a video - this 270mm delta volume, and up to 300mm high. This thing looks very substantial in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CxeVYJ-Zqw

on sale for half off...
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My son's Voxel was a Christmas present this past december. we are well out of the original warranty timeframe and they just replaced it this month because of a camera malfunction. We were without a printer for all of 6 days. I can't complain about their service at this point.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=30993

watching a video - this 270mm delta volume, and up to 300mm high. This thing looks very substantial in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CxeVYJ-Zqw

on sale for half off...
I just ordered a flashforge adventure 3 printer from amazon. I believe it's the same as the voxel, just rebranded for monoprice.

How have you liked that printer? Any problems?
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Honestly this is a horrible deal. 1200 msrp is a joke and at 599 it's still overpriced. You can get comparable printers for well under that without the problems that this printer has. Sketchy software at best using a lerdge main board.
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Honestly this is a horrible deal. 1200 msrp is a joke and at 599 it's still overpriced. You can get comparable printers for well under that without the problems that this printer has. Sketchy software at best using a lerdge main board.
What do you suggest
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What do you suggest
If you're looking for great bang for the buck the ender 3 and ender 3 pro regularly go on sale for right around 200 dollars. If you want a larger build format, there plenty of options like the cr10 or similar clones. The sidewinder X1 sticks out as being a very capable printer with a host of upgrades out of the box
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If you're looking for great bang for the buck the ender 3 and ender 3 pro regularly go on sale for right around 200 dollars. If you want a larger build format, there plenty of options like the cr10 or similar clones. The sidewinder X1 sticks out as being a very capable printer with a host of upgrades out of the box
What's the best printer if I want to make house and or car keys?
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I keep coming back to the Sovol SV01
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What's the best printer if I want to make house and or car keys?
Interesting application. I just bought an Elegoo Mars on Amazon which is a different kind of printer. The output is surprisingly high quality and smooth. Would probably do a better job than the regular filament 3D printers for what you want.

Meanwhile I've been fighting with my Ender 3 pro to print anything remotely decent even after getting a BLTouch and glass bed.

Also have a FlashForge Finder that works great out of the box with amazing accuracy.
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What's the best printer if I want to make house and or car keys?
Not sure you could make keys with most mainstream consumer 3D printers. Don't think the features would be quite fine enough at that size. Also the plastic (PLA, ABS, PETG) would flex and likely wear against the metal pins. But I could be wrong. Maybe with some post-processing they'd work for a while. Probably not a permanent solution though.
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Not sure you could make keys with most mainstream consumer 3D printers. Don't think the features would be quite fine enough at that size. Also the plastic (PLA, ABS, PETG) would flex and likely wear against the metal pins. But I could be wrong. Maybe with some post-processing they'd work for a while. Probably not a permanent solution though.
Most 3D printer has a high enough resolution to push the pins to the correct hight....it won't last long but that's not the point it's probably for emergency purposes. Way back in the 90s my uncle astro van came with a plastic card that he keeps in his wallet and in it was a car key that he broke off from the card
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I've had a cr-10s for a couple years and love it. If you don't need the build volume Ender 3. Do some research...expect issues... half the fun is trying to solve printing issues and achieve cleaner prints. I see so many people complaining day 1 about returning their printer. It's part of the game.
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Would it print an iphone?
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