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3D-printer review: Afinia H-Series Lindsey Frick

By: Frick, Lindsey
Subject(s): Impresión 3D | Impresora 3D In: Machine Design Vol.85, No.7, 2014: páginas 40-45Abstract: Currently the third most-popular 3D printer in the U.S., the $1,599 H-Series printer from Afinia, a division of Microboards Technology LLC, Chanhassen, Minn., is lauded for its ease of use and overall quality. It prints with fused-deposition modeling (FDM), a technique that generates strong and watertight parts. We recently got an Afinia machine to test and found its software and instruction manual hard to use. Once we discovered a few workarounds, though, the 3D printer performed quite well.
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Holdings: Machine Design Vol.85, No.7, 2014: páginas 40-45

Currently the third most-popular 3D printer in the U.S., the $1,599 H-Series printer from Afinia, a division of Microboards Technology LLC, Chanhassen, Minn., is lauded for its ease of use and overall quality. It prints with fused-deposition modeling (FDM), a technique that generates strong and watertight parts. We recently got an Afinia machine to test and found its software and instruction manual hard to use. Once we discovered a few workarounds, though, the 3D printer performed quite well.

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