Flashforge Finder is an inexpensive FDM 3D printer. It ships fully assembled. You will get it up and running just after unboxing. It is a compact and safe device. The heated and dangerous elements are accurately encased within the plastic body to avoid injuries while printing. Ideal for both adults and kids, the FlashForge Finder is a good pick for schools, universities, hobbyists, and beginners.
It features a smart calibration system for fast installation, a removable print bed with assisted leveling, a filament run-out sensor, and a user-friendly controller for a seamless 3D printing experience. The machine is optimized for printing with ecological, non-toxic PLA. With a maximum noise level of 50 dB, it can be a good fit for any living space. It includes wi-fi connectivity.
It can be used to produce a variety of toys, study models, gifts, and more. Keep reading for a complete review.
A romantic boyfriend printed a rose for his girlfriend. The perfect way to amaze her on their anniversary. The printed model shows neat edges, constant petal thickness, and clean surfaces.
This lunar night lamp has been printed with the aid of detachable supports. Despite its complexity, the model turned out really good. As you can see, it also works perfectly.
The Flashforge Finder is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 100 microns. The surface finish is not as smooth as you get with the more expensive printers, but is more than enough for prototyping and household use.
Look at the two vases below. Even though you can see the layers, they look sufficiently good and are fully functional.
The Flashforge Finder has a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail. For example, it lets you print a tiny miniature with acceptable details, just like the little man below. At a closer look, you can even see his nose and thumb.
The The print head runs on rods with linear bearings, making the design more simple, lightweight and effective, all characteristics that are desirable in a 3D printer.
The detachable printing platform allows you to easily remove the printed models reducing the risk of cracks.
Flashforge Finder prints with PLA, TPU 95, and Wood.
This PLA-made T-51b armor comes directly from the well-known Fallout videogame.
As you can see, thanks to the fan-cooled extruder the model isn’t affected by warps or strings. Adopting a cooling system generally makes for higher quality prints.
The Flashforge Finder prints with 1.75 mm filament, providing you with a wide choice of third-party materials.
The build area is 5.5 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches (140 x 140 x 140 mm). Larger models can be printed in parts and then be assembled using acetone (for ABS) or glue (for PLA). This little Iron Man’s helmet is a great example.
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The different parts were printed separately and then assembled together.
The printer is controlled via an intuitive 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen. It provides a 3D preview of the printing files and keeps you constantly updated about the overall printing status.
3D models can be printed from a computer via WiFi, Ethernet, SD card or USB.
The printer software works with 3D models in STL and OBJ formats and is available for Windows and Mac OS X. Linux users might install a virtual machine or use another software.
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Flashforge Finder is available in a black and red color combo. Its stylish look makes it ideal for both home and professional use. The printer dimensions are 16.5 x 16.5 x 16.5 inches (420 x 420 x 420 mm). It weighs 44 lb (20 kg). The spool holder is mounted inside an integrated filament box.
The price of the Flashforge Finder is $499.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality and smart features.