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    Ender 3 vs Geeetech A10

    This may have been discussed so far, a little look on google hasn't really pinged up as many hits as I thought there would be. The ones it has has been July/Aug of 18,
    and the printers seem to change quite fast.

    The Ender 3 now becomes fully open source, boot loader included? As does the A10.
    The A10 has a better motherboard? A upgrade for the Ender to a MKS-GEN L for £16, but the GT2560 seems a better board anyway.


    The Ender has a higher resolution LCD screen, is that used that much in 3d printing, and is the difference between the two night and day?

    The standard upgrades will be the same between both of them? the one on banggood ATM has the Y rail the same 20mm as the Ender, seems like you need to pay a extra
    £35 for the newer model.

    Apart from that, this is my first 3d printer, I possibly wont be printing much, I don't mind making mods for it, or building it. Others I have been interested in was the
    Anet A8 and the Tevo Tarantula, but I believe these can be a little more problematic.

    Regards

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5gdxxZv3vI

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      #3
      There are quite a few reviews on those machines. The above link has a few others to view as well. Whether or not bootloader and firmware is installed depends on what board you get. But there are good instructions available to install and upgrade things. Watch a bunch more videos and reviews. Whatever low cost printer you get will need some work the A8 types require total assembly while Creality cr10 are almost completely assembled.

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        #4
        https://www.robotshop.com/ca/en/3d-printers.html

        here is a good source for printers and pretty sure the firmware and bootloader are already on the Afinibot and this is a good place to buy from I have the A3 which is similar to A8 but a different supplier there is also a dual extruder model.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Roger3D View Post
          https://www.robotshop.com/ca/en/3d-printers.html

          here is a good source for printers and pretty sure the firmware and bootloader are already on the Afinibot and this is a good place to buy from I have the A3 which is similar to A8 but a different supplier there is also a dual extruder model.
          Hi, thank you for your reply, i'm in the uk, the link to the robotshop seems to be a similar printer to the A8. I have watched the link to the video you linked too.

          Regards

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            #6
            I have the A10M and love it.

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              #7
              As far as 3D printers are concerned, I personally prefer Tevo tarantula and Anet A8 too is a good choice. I bought both of these from ‘3D Printers Online Store’ and have used them for a long time.
              Buy tarantula 3D printer now. Tevo 3D -Prusa i3 3D printer features Automatic Platform Levelling along with Automatic Platform Height Detection.

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