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Selected YouTube Reviews
New BEST First Printer - Kingroon KP3S PRO Review
The Kingroon PS3 Pro is a 3D printer with good stock information and is also a favourite recommendation for a budget friendly printer for anyone looking to get into the hobby and get a sturdy printer at a cheap price.
Kingroon KP3S PRO - A direct drive cantilever 3D printer! Is It Worth It?
The Kingroon KS3 Pro comes in a nice package and prints surprisingly well for small objects.
KP3S VS. KP3S Pro, which to buy?
The Kingroon KS3 Pro's 180mm build plate 175i-ish will sit more realistically on the linear rails in X and Y. On the back of the machine you can see that there is an uncoupled Z-bar, which has really been upgraded.
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High tolerance prints on a budget printer | Kingroon KP3S Pro
Kingroon KP3S Pro Y Axis Rail Upgrade In Detail
Kingroon KP3S Pro: A budget tiny 3d printer with linear rails, in-depth review and upgrades
Selected Blog Reviews
Kingroon KP3S Pro Review
This is a good budget 3D printer for beginners that does its job right. It is relatively quiet, the price is affordable, and the assembly is a breeze. I highly recommend the Kingroon KPS3.
Kingroon KP3S 3.0: Specs, Price, Release & Reviews
by Luca van der Heide - Published Jun 1, 2022
Kingroon’s most affordable machine comes in a very compact form, with its power supply and filament spool holder separated from its body, and a modestly sized build volume of 180 x 180 x 180 mm.
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Does it come with an SD card, an SD card adapter, and other accessories needed to get started with 3D printing?
Why does the machine reboot itself every time I print, and why does it say no file found even after formatting the SD card to fat32?
Is the power supply switchable between 110 and 220 volts?
How many of the printer's parts are 3D printed?
This is a fantastic little printer for the price, but what about firmware updates?