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FormLabs Form 2145 x 145 x 175FormLabs ResinPreForm25Our newest printer is also our highest quality printer. It is approximately twice as expensive to print on as an FDM printer, but it is extremely reliable and the quality of the prints is incredible. The most popular of the resins is the clear resin, because of the impressive quality of the finished product and the cool factor of seeing the laser cure the resin.
MakerBot Replicator (5th Generation)

295 x 195 x 165

PLAMakerBot Desktop100

Can use Ethernet through MakerBot Desktop to use this printer or the USB stick.

We have the SmartExtruder+ attached to it right now.

MakerBot Replicator 2

285 x 153 x 155PLAMakerBot Desktop100Old, reliable, printer. That's about it.

Flashforge Dreamer

230 x 150 x 140PLA, PVA, HIPS, nylon, and moreFlashPrint100One of the major benefits to this printer is the supports. The software allows you to create tree-like supports which are really awesome. It is a reliable printer that can also do some dual-material/color because of the two hotends.


285.4 x 270.4 x 230PLA, ABSCubePro70This printer is basically the only one that we should print ABS on, as ABS generally requires a heated area to be printed in to avoid shrinking. The software is clunky and the pre-printing process is a pain in the rear, but it's fine.
Monoprice Maker Select V2200 x 200 x 180

ABS, PLA, XT Copolyester,
HIPS, Jelly, Foam, Felty

OctoPrint, Cura, Simplify 3D100

"Hobbyist" level of 3D printer. Very versatile and customizable through software such as Cura. There are tons of settings to change and adjust.

Make sure you calibrate the z axis with this guide linked here. Or here.

Monoprice Maker Ultimate200 x 200 x 175ABS, PLA, XT Copolyester,
HIPS, Jelly, Foam, Felty
OctoPrint, Cura, Simplify 3D20*

AKA Wanhao Duplicator 6

3DS Projet 460     
Stratasys Eden 260ES     



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