The FlashForge Adventurer 3 features a built-in enclosed filament cartridge. It is a fast loading printer that heats up to 200°C in less than a minute. It also comes with an upgraded nozzle and auto filament feeding system. The Adventurer 3’s flexible and removable heating printer bed helps supports model bending with less deformation.
Package Dimensions: 20.5 x 19 x 16.9 inches
Item Weight: 28.7 pounds
Filament diameter: 1.75 mm
Build Volume: 150x150x150mm
Build Plate Temperature (Highest): 100C
File Format: STL, OBJ-> G file
User Manual: Flashforge Adventurer 3.pdf
FlashForge Adventurer 3 has a removable buckle design, which provides a faster way for replacement and a convenient solution to clogging issues on the extruder. There’s no need to disassemble or remove the full extruder when it requires maintenance.
The full-enclosed body has the top cover and front panel window which can be opened freely. It fits a wide range of printing temperature from standard filaments. Its heatable and removable plate heats evenly, supporting a quality bending with no deformation on the prints. The build size of Adventurer 3 is at 150x150x150mm, with heating temperature that can go up to 100C. After a 400-hour bend test, the printing platform still remains the same.
Flashforge includes a patented extruder structure which has been fully upgraded from early releases. The printer’s stable filament loading, air guide, and turbofan further enhances the 3D printing results.
It’s equipped with a ready-to-use and non-leveling printing technology that prevents any type of faulty results from incorrect leveling. No need for leveling before printing, with no need for any plate leveling operation.
The Adventurer 3 has an auto loading/unloading for the filaments. It comes with an automatic filament feed technology where the machine detects the material and begin loading the filament once they are inserted into the filament intake. This FlashForge printer will stop automatically as soon as it senses that a filament is broken or near empty. It will then resume on the point where it left off as soon as you insert a new material. Adventurer 3 filament types include ABS, PLA, Wood, Luminous, Metal, PETG.
Just like new Flashforge printers, it uses the cloud technology where you can manage the printer status, open files, upload 3D files, share model designs, or even create group-sharing with your friends. Aside from the online batch management, there’s also cloud slicing function and access to free 3D model design database.
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For the print to work, you need to try multiple runs, with the the extrusion ratio changed with the bed temperature and filament. If that doesn’t work, its bed needs to be leveled. I found no sensor to mentioned about the level. The instructions says to position the tip right above its surface.
The bed moves easily and messes up the print, the built-in spoiler can only support 0.5 kg reel.
Liezl Rose –
Decent printer. I’m a parent and got this for my children, my 15 year old son is the expert on the printing, out 7 prints, 2 didn’t come out great. Printed continuously using the additional filament we ordered. I’m not knowledgeable on this and just want to share our experience. Cheers!
Huey Min –
It accepts small reels only in machine, but you can use larger reels and feed into the printer using the stand. Used cheap reel and works. I’ve created a lot of items such as keychain, mini characters from Pokemon, Doraemon, and Hello Kitty.
The printer worked out right out of the package, used it for 4 hours for our first build. Its webcam provides a real time video into Polar Cloud on the PC. Valuable for its price, since the machine would have cost more years ago. I know since I’ve been looking at the price almost every month until the time I was able to buy it. Not sure about the capacity as it’s not adequate for some items that I would have wanted to print but did not fit the size (such as pitcher), so mostly, the machine is for small knick knack items.
I have used for a day, and have printed from over WiFi. The 3d printer is all set to use out of the box. It includes a quick start guide giving info on how to print using the pre-installed file.
However, you can have to go their official site and get the software packages for you to do more with the machine. It takes a while to learn how to use the software packages, and configure the printer. For instance, you have to know what’s the printer’s IP address, which you can only see by navigating using the screen and searching on the icons menu to find it.
I’m not a tech savvy and took me three days to read and understand how use the screen and Wi-Fi. I’ve printed several objects and the first two was terrible and the third was good. It takes some time to find print files for designs that you wanted to create.
I used the FlashPrint software for better slicing, which is than the Cura. I’ve discovered that cloud printing directly usng Tinkercad to quite helpful too. My daughter designs using Tinkercad and it can be ready within 2-3 hours. You can easily change filament, without any issue by pause the print and changing the color. So far, there was no error on this procedure.