Tevo Tarantula 3D Printer Review

The Tevo Tarantula 3D printer has a non-mandatory automatic bed leveling system that uses an adjacency sensor to perceive aluminum print bed. It characteristics a full metal frame, heated bed, maximum z layer resolution of 50 microns and a build volume of 20*20*20 cm.

Basically, the Tevo Tarantula is a desktop DIY 3D printer made by TEVO, a manufacturing company based in China. The architecture or body structure of Tevo Tarantula kit is based on classic RepRap PRUSA i3 3D printer’s architecture. And this design was actually known for its smoothness and agility. Now the question what Tevo Tarantula can print? Here is the answer, this 3D printer can print PLA, ABS, Flexible PLA, HIPS, WOODS, PVA and Nylon with the non-mandatory pro extruder, a full metal E3D Bowden extruder.

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There are many options which are available for the Tevo Tarantula which add ups the more capable extruder, a dual extruder and san automatically leveled 3D print bed. As you know, in every printer there are some options to upgrade and enhance the printer so there is also some, including the possible upgradation of the build volume with a bigger or huge 3D print bed. The customary nozzle diameter on this 3D printer is 0.4 mm, but it can easily be interchanged for a 0.3 mm or a 0.2 mm version.

If I would say that Tarantula was the easiest to build and best thought out and packaged then it would not be wrong. These things do not mean there are no faults and issues in this printer, it does have, and I will explain this also. Tuning was an easy task as well. Like, it is perfect when it comes out of the box or unpackaged.

Pros
  • Unique aesthetics
  • Inexpensive
  • Active user community
  • Easy to build
  • Print quality is good
  • Low noise and power consumption
  • Precise results
Cons
  • The frame is not rigid that enough
  • Poor quality control
  • Inflame instructions
  • Missing some important or essential parts
  • Nothing for beginners
  • Hard to assemble

Conclusion:

Afterthoughts! I really loved this machine. It is surprisingly well budgeted. It allows faster printing and print quality is also superb and smooth with ABS. It looks very stable and a silent machine. I would recommend this to users who loved 3D printing but I think it is quite difficult for novice users. So, they have to think upon this. Also, assembling this printer takes a long time, and some parts are very complex to add up that a person can frustrate.

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