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Flashforge Guider II Enclosed 3D Printer - Heated Plate / 5" Touch Screen /  280x250x300mm Build Area £839 w/code @ eBay / box-deals
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Flashforge Guider II Enclosed 3D Printer - Heated Plate / 5" Touch Screen / 280x250x300mm Build Area £839 w/code @ eBay / box-deals

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Posted 15th Aug

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This thing looks really nice. I actually saw it on the Box main site and remembered they are included in the seller list on eBay. Checked their items and here we are

Now, the Next best price is based on Box direct, although they are closer to £1200 elsewhere at the moment. Probably not one for those just getting into 3D printing for the first time, but a fine looking bit of kit and the best price about by a good margin.

Delivery is free / code ends tomorrow

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  • Build Area: 280x250x300mm
  • Software: Flashprint
  • Filament Size: 1.75mm
  • Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • Colour Touchscreen

KEY FEATURES
  • 5-INCH TOUCH SCREEN (Easy to use, Multiple language packages built-in.)
  • RESUME PRINTING (A guarantee for the large size model printing, in spite of accidental power failure.)
  • LARGER BUILD VOLUME (68% larger, Adapt to objects of different sizes.)
  • HEATABLE BUILD PLATE (Meet more needs.)
  • DEVELOPED DEVICE STRUCTURE (Stable and durable body and components processed by high-precision CNC machine tool.)
  • MULTIPLE CONNECTIVITY (Support USB Stick, USB cable and WIFI connection.)
  • POWERFUL & EFFICIENT FLASHPRINT (Handy functional FlashPrint, helps to improve the printing, precision by internal and external compensation.)
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Would be keen to know opinions of this printer... ease of use, reliability etc.
Edited by: "bilbob" 15th Aug
Flashforge is great if your new to 3d printing, though I'd get a vastly cheaper finder. The build area on this printer is quite small, yet for £400 you could buy a marge larger printer but not quite as easy to use.

imo, better to have a finder for small projects whilst you learn, and move up to a duplicator 9 when you have more experience
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