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Quality


The quality on the zortrax is some of the best i’ve seen.

Positive Review

- i am very impressed with the precision and ease of use.

Positive Review

The quality of the prints so far has been out of this world, both in z-abs and in z-hips, the parts just don't look 3d printed at all!

Negative Review

The print quality is amazing for this price and with the right settings it's not impossible to get professional looking prints and mockups!

Neutral Review

Would anyone pay $215 per kg of filament even if the print quality was better?

Neutral Review

Price


Time will tell but the price will need to drop too.

Positive Review

Great machine what better then anything else out right now near the price.

Positive Review

To compare, open source filament and zortrax filament of equal or better quality costs $20/kg.

Neutral Review

The m300 would have been my buy if the price was realistic at nearly 2x higher it just wasn't worth it at all.

Neutral Review

Shipping


Notes (neither pros nor cons):the support in the us is ok; they are responsive, but be ready to pay shipping both ways and repa...  Read More

Neutral Review

There was an initial problem with shipping and zortrax themselves corrected the issue.

Neutral Review

Packaging/appearance


I thought i was in heaven after the first few prints off of the form1+.

Neutral Review

The machine prints beautifully right out of the box.

Neutral Review

Competitiveness


The good news is that competitors are offering good resin for a lot less and its possible to refurbish your own trays for aroun...  Read More

Positive Review

After having owned several 3d printers ranging from a flashforge creater pro, makergear m2, and a chinese gmax clone, i can eas...  Read More

Positive Review

The machine is working flawlessly without messing around with 3rd party tweeks for non-zortrax filament.

Neutral Review

Had it up and running in about 30mins.

Neutral Review
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  • Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 69.4% of the reviews are reliable.
  • This product had a total of 36 reviews as of our last analysis date on Oct 3 2021.
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An amazing printer for the price!

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I have been using this printer non stop since receiving it. Had it up and running in about 30mins. Printed many pieces quickly ...  Read More

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An amazing printer for the price!


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Z-glass prints are problematic: support structure difficult to remove without destroying fine detail and sometime there are surface blobs.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    That’s pretty much essential for a production printer, and once things are setup like you want them, you can pretty much keep just pressing “go,” and keep making prints, without a computer.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Mechanically, it’s built correctly - the print plate only moves in z (the head does x and y), which keeps the model from shaking, and the extruder drive is on the head (not a bowden).


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    You don’t gave that feeling that you’re getting crappy prints, from a shaky machine.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Okay, the quirks:* if you run out of filament, you can get the printer head jammed.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Just running filament through doesn’t work.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Essentially, print material gets pushed into the perforated plate, and gets built up underneath the plate; the end result is that the plate starts to dome, and prints with large footprints fail.

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