According to Windows Central, “The Anet N4 is a competent machine that does everything you ask it to do. It doesn’t wow me or make me want to rush out to buy one, especially with the awful homebrew slicer that ships with it.”
London has become the top 3D printing city in the world. 3D printing specialists based in North London and Edinburgh.
“This is the first time London has topped the city rankings and surpassed New York City as the top 3D print city,” says 3D Hubs Communications Manager George Fisher-Wilson. “Although we’ve seen both cities grow in terms of output this past quarter, London has been busier.”
“There is a real culture in London of not only making but also product development. We see an eclectic mix of users in London, from startups who are just making their first prototype or Kickstarter campaign to large corporations that are innovating and creating new products.”