I'm impressed with the overall design of the machine, its quiet function and range of layer thicknesses, which ultimately affect the time it takes to print something.
In the end, I found myself torn between admiring it because of its ability to produce objects with remarkably accurate and smooth surfaces -- and wanting a simpler printer that could just build a "good enough" object.
This is a machine for enthusiasts and professionals, not the average consumer looking to fiddle with 3D printing. If you know what you're doing, you shouldn't be disappointed with the results. I can highly recommend the Form 1+ for those prosumers to which it's marketed, but I'd encourage typical makers to steer toward a simpler FFF desktop printer.
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