The Chinese 3D printers manufacturer Anet has made a name for itself in the world of 3D printing over the past few years with the Anet A8.
Its low price and competitive printing quality made it very attractive for many people and it became very popular in a short time. But sometimes cheap can be expensive in the long run, and the dream of the Anet A8 became a bit of a nightmare when some users reported that their 3D printers started catching fire.
But that is in the past and this year a new and improved A8 Plus is on the market and seems that they have invested in security features. I also think that it is time to give another chance to Anet now that a new promising printer is on the market, the Anet ET4. As they say it is “Designed with safety in mind. The […]
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