Have You Filled Out Our 2024 Reader Survey? A Big Prize is on the Line

By on January 22nd, 2024 in blog, news

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The prize going to one lucky respondent to our survey this year is a huge Anycubic Kobra 2 3D printer [Source: Anycubic]

A reminder to readers that Fabbaloo has launched our annual reader survey for 2024, with a big prize at stake.

Your thoughts count, and want to find out more about you, and hopefully we’ll be able to tweak what we do to improve our site and your Fabbaloo experience.

As always, our annual survey has a sponsor. This year it is once again Anycubic, manufacturers of outstanding desktop 3D printers for both resin and filament processes. Our sincere thanks to Anycubic, who have offered an incredible prize for one randomly selected survey respondent.

This year the prize is the amazing Anycubic Kobra 2 Max. The Max is a large format FFF device that can run at very high speed. It’s an excellent machine that can produce high quality output. We’ve extensively tested the smaller version of this machine, the Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro, and were very impressed with its print quality and high speed. The Kobra 2 Max, however, has a massive build volume of 420 x 420 x 500 mm, able to handle almost anything.

Our 2024 survey asks a number of questions about you and your experience with 3D printing. We’re also repeating our questions about brand familiarity that we included in last year’s survey. There’s a lot of brands, but it’s easy to tick off the boxes for each.

We are quite interested to see any trends in brand recognition over the past year, when there were a number of very interesting new models launched.

The survey is entirely anonymous (unless you want to include your email in order to qualify for the 3D printer award). Completing the survey takes only a few moments, and we’d truly appreciate your feedback and thoughts.

The survey can be found here!

By Kerry Stevenson

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has written over 8,000 stories on 3D printing at Fabbaloo since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!

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