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Chinese company Dazzle is set to launch its Dazz 3D L120 Pro, an SLA/LCD-powered 3D printer hoping to fill the gap between cheaper no-frills devices and the $2,500 – $5,000 monsters that dominate the field. I put a review unit through the paces to see if it could deliver on its ambitious Kickstarter campaign promises.
Typically, I don’t cover Kickstarter projects unless they’ve already started shipping, but Dazz 3D’s track record on the platform is impeccable, and the L120 Pro absolutely smashed its goal of $30K. With less than 24 hours left, it’s currently sitting just shy of $200K.
That being said, seeing is believing. After getting my hands on the L120 Pro, which also comes in a basic model
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