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Voxelab Aquila 3D Printer

3D Printer, Printing Function Build Volume, Carbon Crystal Silicon Glass Plateform, Voxelab Aquila 3D Printer

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We analyzed 57,099 reviews for 193 products in the 3D Printers category.

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Around 67% of reviews were positive and about 27% were negative.

Final Score:

8.67 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Voxelab Aquila 3D Printer

    The setup is easy to understand and should be easy to setup, but it took me two hours to do it, with the help of videos on YouTube.

    I never printed PET-G on my other printer, but after making sure the bed was leveled right, I was able to do it for the first time.

    This printer is easy to set up and get right to it, and I highly recommend it to anyone just starting out, as the assembly will help you learn.

    The build quality of the Aquila is excellent and I didn't know it was a clone of the Ender 3 V2.

    I have been printing with this printer for a couple days now and it is amazing for beginners.

    Common Questions


    What is the difference between this aquila and the creality ender 3 V2 3d printer?


    The Aquila is a clone of the Ender 3 V2 with slight differences, but if you want to use different firmware, you'll need to use the different processor on the board.


    Does it have everything you need?


    Yes. We ran out of filament pretty quick and my son found accessories to print.


    Is the hot tip all metal or does it fit a different type?


    It has a brass nozzle, but due to the PTFE lining, you're limited to temperatures of 250.


    What are some things you can make with a 3D printer?


    It can be any item you can imagine.


    I don't know if I can get a replacement smart card reader. Can someone tell me how to print one?


    It is possible to print to a 3D printer through USB, and it is free.

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