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Flashforge Adventurer 4 review: A 3D printer protected from the elements


It's a big printer and you'll need a lot of space

The Flashforge Adventurer 3 has long been one of CNET's favorite midprice 3D printers. The updated Adventurer 4 brings a handful of iterative improvements that make for a winning evolution.

 The Flashforge is a granular, self-contained system that gives you everything you need to start printing, including the company's proprietary software. While it's not as popular or full-featured as other 3D printing apps such as Prusa Slicer, it's gratifying to edit and slice your model, send it to your printer and watch it through a dodgy camera, all on the same platform. I can see this system working well for educators and hobbyists. 

  • Fully enclosed,including the filament
  • Multiple build plates for faster setups
  • Usable Wi-Fi connection
  • Nozzles are easy to swap out
  • Small print size for such a large machine
  • Flashprint 5 ...

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