Machines in the RB42 workshop:

Current machines in the stable:

Creality CR-10

The big daddy 3D printer which has been the origin of my 3D printing interest for many years now. It has undergone many many changes over time and still going strong with this being my go to machine for printing a majority of what I produce.It is (usually) a reliable piece of equipment to call upon and print quality is great for a machine of this price range.

Geeetech Prusa i3 Pro B

A 3D printer which just prints all day everyday and sometimes actually produce some nice quality prints. This cheapy and unrefined machine has some good features and continues to prove itself to be a capable and reliable printer.

Tevo Tarantula 3D printer

Tevo Tarantula

Another interpretation of Prusa’s tried and tested i3 design. The Tarantula isn’t the best 3D printer ever but will serve a purpose in joining its 3D printer buddies in the print farm.

Machines let out to pasture:

Anet A8

March 2019 – July 2020

Possibly the cheapest (at the time) printer on the market and its obvious why too. The A8 is there for those just in case moments when having multiple machines can save your bacon.