With several upgrades and now standard features, such as a dual extruder and laser etcher, the SC-10 v2 is a great choice for beginners.
Compared to its first version, the Lotmaxx SC-10 Shark V2 offers several upgrades and new standard features, including a dual extruder and laser etcher, making it a great choice for both beginners and those looking to stay under $500.
Have you ever thought about getting a 3D printer but put it off either because of the high prices or the assumption that they are difficult to set up and learn? This has been the case for me for the last couple of years.
Since prices have dropped below $1000, I’ve become more and more interested in the possibility of owning one someday if I could find enough practical applications to justify the purchase. Fast forward to 2021, and now we’re seeing a boom in sub-$500 3D printers, including the Lotmaxx SC-10 V2. Today I’m going to test it and share my experience with it as my very first 3D printer and laser engraver.
With a big focus on modularity, simplicity, and offering many unique features, including two-color printing and a laser engraver, does this all-in-one 3D printer for under $500 bite off more than it can chew?