R QIDI TECHNOLOGY QIDI TECH 3D Printer
The Extruder, R Qidi Technology Qidi Tech 3D Printer, High Precision Double Color Printing, Dual Extruder, The Print Quality, X Pro 3D Printer With Wifi Function, X Pro 3D Printer, 3D Printing, The Material
What We Like
- Equipped with the latest dual extrusion technology that offers superior performance
- 6mm aviation grade aluminum build platform offers high temperature resistance
- Equipped with a 4.3 inch touch screen that makes it easy to operate
- Difficult to get consistent prints
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 57,099 reviews for 193 products in the 3D Printers category.
We analyzed a total of 460 reviews for this product. Of these, 29 reviews were recent.
Around 91% of reviews were positive and about 8% were negative.
9.85 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:
What buyers say about R QIDI TECHNOLOGY QIDI TECH 3D Printer
The Left Extruder is slightly higher than the Right Extruder, but the build plate is also T0, so it's the primary Extruder.
Even in dry cities, the amount of water is very problematic. It is important to use the second hotend if you have unused filament. PROS: 1) super support; 2) very good scuplture and precision in movements when you use up to 50mm/s of speed
I think the roll of pla should be your first print, it's very easy to print with and it doesn't smell bad.
When I sent an email to Judy in China, I was told to contact Emily, because there was a 12-hour time difference between the United States and China.
It was amazing to see the features in the X- Pro that I tried to do with my first printer, and I made sure to wrap the nozzles in ceramic cloth and Kapton tape.
Does this new product support ditto printing, override gcode temp, and changes to the temperature and speed during printing?
I am interested in knowing myself, but I don't know. You should ask Emily in customer service who is amazingly responsive.
Is it possible for Qidi X pro to pause the printing automatically when the filament runs out?
It has a good power failure function.
Is it possible to use octopi or astroprint? There is a rumour on Facebook that no b/cusb port is only for flash drives.
While the newer model of this printer does not have a USB port capable of serial communication, you can attach aRaspberry Pi to the board's UART header and use Octopi to send gcode wirelessly to the printer.
Does this printer support dissolvable Filament?
Many reviews indicate that the reason for the dual extruder is to allow for dissolvable filaments when printing supports for complex structures.
I don't understand how I can connect to my laptop or pc with the thumbdrive only. Did I miss something in the manual?
See more information from Quote of someone's review: Update: Instructions for WIFI printing.