Day 1: aNet A8 3DPrinter assembly Part1

I find it a little amusing how we’ve gone from flat pack IKEA furniture to platpack laser cut acrilic 3d printers. Well it’s was amusing looking into the box, which incidentally didn’t contain any instructions.  I suppose it’s assumed that you can download the latest set from the web, which is obviously the thing I did.

There’s a few devations which must come down to production tweeks here and there, but not found anything major yet.  About 6 propper hours so far. Anyway one quick update photo then I’m calling it a night.

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  1. I’ve spent the last 10 months, yes I know I didn’t write anything about it, trying to get a Hadron Ordbot printer to work reliably.  Hopefully I’ll get around to writing a little more about the experience.

But just before Christmas I spotted a flash deal for a £125 prusa i3 type printer called a Anet A8. So thought I’d see if the experience is any better second time around.

Well box is here from China.