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3 in 1 3d printer?

Discussion in '3D printers' started by cowy, Oct 23, 2017.

  1. cowy

    cowy Well-Known
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    Hey guys i recently attracted to Mooz 3D printer from kickstarter but my friends said that it is very risky to buy it from Kickstarter. personally, i think its cheaper to buy it from them. Do you guys have any experience with the crowdfunded 3d print? Do you think this Mooz 3d print spec is good enough for newbie? (i dont want to be looked spam so you guys can check it by yourself thanks :D)
     
  2. Peter Van Der Walt

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    Watch Naomi's review: - if she can't get it moving, its not worth it
     
  3. cowy

    cowy Well-Known
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    i ask the mooz team also about this girl, and i think its her fault tho. They reply me like this if you wanna know.

    " Naomi didn't follow the user manual strictly, she set the zeros of X-axis and Y-axis to the left-top corner of the printing bed instead of left-bottom corner, which is specified in our first-editioin user manual. We will update our software to default the zeros of X-axis and Y-axis, so the user only need to do Z-axis zero stetting. What Naomi got is one of our early prototypes, we have made a lot of improvements, filament feeding structure has been upgraded, issuses like hitting the fan will never happen again. Structure of the linear acturator has been upgraded, noise has been greatly reduced. We are very sorry for the inconvenience brought to our reviewer and will never rush to anything if it is not ready. "

    by the way Naomi is very hot dont u think so? lol
     
  4. Beëlzeblub

    Beëlzeblub Well-Known
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    She's fake though! Everyone is so smitten by her but some people found out that she's not entirely the inventor behind all her inventions... She has a older Caucasian boyfriend that's an IT specialist and he's the brains behind the operation. He points out what she has to do on film and he films it... shame though. Thought that she was legit a cool girl that has the looks and the brains
     
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    lol at this thread, yes her channel is aimed at a male geek audience as they say *** sells and the people behind the scenes know this

    Back on topic, no I would not buy it, its nothing new and you don't get the learning experience like you do with a proper prusa kit (not the Chinese acrylic plastic junk kits)

    I had an ooznest i3 its a very good starter kit but if you want something that works every time without fail buy a proper machine if your on a budget go for the flashforge ,by the time you go the kit route and upgrade it and get it doing what you want your into the same money and 100's of hours in

    I personally went from a i3 to a Ultimaker 2+, yes its a lot of money in one go but, I can design a item in fusion 360, slice it with Cura and put the SD card in the Ultimaker start the print and forget, no need to babysit the print as you can trust it to do the job

    only failed prints I have had are my fault, due to making mistakes in the designs
     
  6. Beëlzeblub

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    if your on a budget then just don't waste it on something like this. there are better 3 in 1 solutions out there but they cost some what more then +/- 200...
    Febtop Tech though costs alot

    snapmaker cheaper then febtop and it's almost the same as the mooz
    FLUX | Buy Now expensive.

    I think you are able to build one yourself using vslots. after all, you only need to exchange the tool heads
     

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