This mini but mighty machine is an excellent alternative to a Prusa 3D printer if you’re planning on printing with ABS.
Its premium safety features like a HEPA filter and closed box design make it ideal for working with this finicky (and stinky) material.
It also boasts a separate caddy to protect filament from air exposure, can resume a print after a loss of power, touchscreen controls, auto bed leveling and it’s not loud.
Both machines offer some top-tier safety features that are perfect for printing with ABS filament.
They’re compact, easy to operate, boast a HEPA filter to eat up noxious fumes, a separate filament caddy to protect filament from air exposure, has blackout recovery, touchscreen controls, auto-bed leveling and works quietly.
The ES also boasts an upgraded touchscreen and Ethernet connectivity and has a build volume of 120 x 120 x 120 mm.
Though both versions have a limited build volume, unlike the older printer, the ES has an SD card slot.
Regardless of which iteration you pick, the machines’ advantages truly stand out against the competition at their price point.
Bonus feature: This little guy makes ABS printing easy peasy.