We hope Creality won’t take it personally that we used their Ender 3 in the title of this article as the reference standard for the new generation low-cost desktop 3D printers. The LABISTS ET4 wants to position itself as a new leader in this segment.
The term “new generation” describes here a family of 3D printers that cost just between $200 and $250 and do everything – and even more – than early desktop 3D printers used to do for $2,000. So, when LABISTS contacted us to review it, we were curious and accepted. Now that we tested it, we are happy we did (full disclaimer: we got to keep a couple of them).
Meet the LABISTS ET4 3D printer We’ve become a bit skeptical about reviewing 3D printers, especially developing projects that promise a lot and often do not deliver anything beyond an early prototype. Here though, we […]
Above: PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage product line-up/Source: PepsiCo PepsiCo turned to tooling with 3D printing...