The Flashforge Adventurer 3C is a simplified and even more budget-friendly version of the Adventurer 3 FDM printer. The machine retains practically all the major features of the original, including a fully enclosed chamber, removable flexible heated build plate, auto filament feeding, ultra-quiet operation at just 45 dB, cloud printing, and overall high performance.
What makes the device more affordable is the absence of a few bells and whistles such as a camera for remote monitoring, filament runout sensor, resume print function, Ethernet port, and top fan. Apart from that, this model has the build plate heat up to 100 °C in 10 minutes, versus 3–5 min in the Adventurer 3. All the other functions do remain the same, which makes the 3C an extremely cost-effective solution.
The Flashforge Adventurer 3C is an ideal option for entry-level users. It can be used to produce household items, prototypes, accessories, artworks, tabletop models, and so on. Take a look at a couple of models printed with the device.
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The Flashforge Adventurer 3C is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 100 microns. The surface finish is not as smooth as you get with more expensive printers, but is more than enough for prototyping and household use.
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The printer is equipped with a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail. It features a detachable system — the standard nozzle with a max. temp of 240 °C can easily be replaced with an advanced one that heats up to 265 °C (purchased separately).
The print head runs on rods with linear bearings, making the design more simple, lightweight, and effective. The Adventurer 3C offers auto bed leveling so you can get to the printing process shortly after unboxing it.
The Flashforge Adventurer 3C prints with PLA, ABS, and other materials. The device sports both a heated bed and an enclosed print chamber, which means it can deliver some really quality outputs when printing ABS and the like.
The machine uses 1.75 mm filament, providing you with a wide choice of materials regardless of the manufacturer.
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The build area of the machine is 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches (150 x 150 x 150 mm). This will suit for small and medium-sized models; larger ones can be printed in parts and then assembled using acetone (for ABS) or glue (for PLA).
The printer can be controlled via PC, remote cloud application, or its 2.8-inch touchscreen featuring an easy-to-use and clear interface. The connectivity options include a USB disk and Wi-Fi, making for an effortless standalone operation.
The printer is recommended to be used with the proprietary FlashPrint slicer. It works with 3MF, STL, OBJ, FPP, BMP, PNG, JPG, and JPEG file formats. The software runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems.
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The Flashforge Adventurer 3C is available in a black and white color scheme. Its stylish look makes it ideal for schools, maker labs, workshops.
The printer dimensions are 388 x 340 x 405 mm (15.2 x 13.4 x 16 inches). It weighs 9 kg (19.8 lb). The filament spool is mounted inside a built-in filament cartridge placed on the side of the printer.
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The price for the Flashforge Adventurer 3C is $299.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality.
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