3D printing has grown so much over recent years, making it one of the most popular tech-related hobbies to be involved with at home.
There is a consistently growing market of both models and companies delivering all sorts of solutions covering everything from the most advanced printers to the most user-friendly for novices.
Today, we get to talk about something in-between, covering both user-friendly and advanced alike. A solution that doesn’t take much to learn, but offers everything a conditioned enthusiast would want all the same. This is the Creality Ender 5 Pro 3D printer (2020 upgraded edition).
As described in the listing from Amazon, the 3D printer didn’t come fully assembled. This printer, while coming in pieces, is in no way a fully-fledged kit. This came in three to four main parts which you screwed together and plugged in. There was no messing around with mains voltage […]
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