As we continue dealing with the lockdown, 3D printing has never been more attractive, both as a new hobby, a way to potentially make things that are still difficult or slow to get. Or, you may already be into printing and looking for a new printer or some great accessories to add on to your existing setup. The printer also contains other safety features missing on many other 3D printers, including special heat sinks, a UL-approved flame retardant filament drive, guarded heater block and z-axis screw, and more. All of those are great to help prevent accidents, but what most people care about with printing is of course the print quality. Anyone who has used a 3D printer, particularly a low-end entry model, have encountered issues where the print succeeds, but the result is less-than-desirable. All kinds of little things can happen when printing to cause a layer to be slightly off, resulting in a bad print. If you’ve been looking for a 3D printer, definitely check out the Stacker F1. It isn’t cheap, but let me say from experience that when it comes to 3D printing, you get what you pay for.

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