Elegoo Neptune 4 Max review


The Elegoo Neptune X4 Max is the largest in the Neptune 4 range, and as the machine is assembled, the full scale of the 3D printer becomes apparent. While the machine itself is large, with most of its size allocated to vertical space, the footprint is no larger than a standard-sized printer.

We've tested several of the best 3D printers, and as is common with these large-format models, two struts help handle the vertical and contribute to a rigid structure. As we've seen with previous Elegu machines, once built, the build is solid and sturdy. It still follows the tried-and-tested bed-slinger design. Although the design has been updated with Clipper firmware that increases print speeds to a maximum of 500 mm/s, with all the trimmings that come with it, the design feels a little dated.


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