I spoke with Sindoh and learned they’re undergoing a major transformation.
In a bit of a surprise, Mimaki announced availability of a desktop 3D printer.
I’ve been exploring the latest version of 3DWOX Desktop and bumped into some interesting features.
We managed to get a peek at a rather large device coming from Sindoh, the 3DWOX 7X.
There is a very special feature on this new model.
We had the opportunity to do a hands-on test with the new 3DWOX 1 3D printer from Sindoh.
The increasing popularity of the amazing 3Dwox desktop 3D printer from Sindoh tells me readers may be interested in two subtle updates about the device.
We recently tested the amazing 3Dwox 3D DP200 desktop 3D printer from Sindoh, but now we’ve tested their less-expensive replaceable filament.
In part 1 of this series, we explained how to set up the 3Dwox, which turns out to be fantastically simple and takes only a few minutes. Today we’re looking at the printing capabilities of the machine.
Our lab has been testing Sindoh’s new 3Dwox desktop 3D printer, and it seems to be a fundamentally different device that we think could be the first “real” 3D printer usable by consumers.
Today we’re concluding our series on the 3Dwox, one of the most interesting 3D printers we’ve ever seen.