This week on All Hands on Tech, Alex takes a deep dive into the DreamMaker OverLord 3D printer. We’ve had a lot of fun printing all sorts of fun objects around the office, but is this affordable, futuristic-looking 3D printer worth it?
The OverLord was originally kickstarted back in early 2015 by DreamMaker, a start-up based out of Shanghai. While we we received the regular OverLord, the OverLord Pro is currently the model on sale in Canada. It can be purchased for $1,396.48 on robotshop.com
We’re newcomers in the 3D printing space, but the OverLord is supposed to be a highly mobile, easy to use device. In the video we discuss whether or not that is the case, and showcase some of the cooler features we’ve found, as well as a few gripes. Plus, a time lapse of our Eiffel Tower print!
Check out what Alex thinks about the device in the video above.
Last week on All Hands on Tech, we reviewed Microsoft’s latest update to the Surface Book. Is Microsoft’s latest shot at the MacBook Pro good enough to take it down? We sure like it, but it comes with a hefty price tag. You can find out what we thought here.
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