Cheapest 3D Printer 2017 - 101Hero Review

Cheapest 3D Printer 2017 - 101Hero Review



The 101Hero is the lowest cost 3D Printer you can currently buy - but how cheap can you go? Is it a good beginner 3D Printer or just a waste of time? Watch to find out.

Link to the unofficial 101Hero facebook group - facebook.com/groups/101herounofficial/

My Simplify3D Factory File - *coming soon*!

Disclaimer: The 101Hero 3D Printer was purchased through the Kickstarter campaign and all opinions expressed are my own.

NOTE: My original pledge was for the consumer version early bird and I received the developer version without paying any more money. I have not yet actually seen any consumer version's in the wild - I suspect all actually have USB connectivity and SD card. Please let me know if you received a unit without USB connectivity as I would be interested in seeing a photo of the control board!

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28 Responses to "Cheapest 3D Printer 2017 - 101Hero Review"

  1. "Get rid of the tape. It's tearable." That's where I lost it :D

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  2. Brian Rafferty9 March 2017 at 01:09

    You should review the Flux Delta

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  3. could you modify the printer, like creating a heated bed or putting in better stepper motors or a better nozzel

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  4. Thats very cheap, but as you mentioned, its much better to purchase 170$ printer.

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  5. Luka Vignjevic9 March 2017 at 01:09

    Awesome video, but I can't help but be distracted by the wheel to your left, on the shelf, which is continuously moving whenever you move :D

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  6. are you retarded or for real mate , gronk buddy is ya character if here in oz ps do not visit and pls do not breed mankind already has gone backwards

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  7. Jesusreignonhigh9 March 2017 at 01:09

    That is so cheap.

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  8. Rosiane Correia de Freitas9 March 2017 at 01:09

    I backed the project on Kickstarter last year. Never got my printer. Nor an email with any sort of information since november. They didn't respond any contact.

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  9. I've been using abs only, and I've had no warping or problems

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  10. SolarizeYourLife9 March 2017 at 01:09

    Purely for a kids machine...but needs some programming ability so kids can learn...

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  11. haha your game is so obvious... has nema17 in his hand, explaining it's a nema17 but still has to stroke the prusa on a long slow pan.. not very subtle. How much was that few seconds worth?

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  12. I saw a book on 3d printers for 20 less that this lol

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  13. At least it's not like all the other 'cheap' kickstarter printers that end up either never released or just as expensive as everything else out there. would be fun for someone to buy for their kids.

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  14. regular show r2d2ashtonas9 March 2017 at 01:09

    You cant make your own models as well THAT SUCKS!

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  15. Cayetano Alegre Galofre9 March 2017 at 01:09

    where can i found the blocks you printed? the rocket and the vase for example? thanks

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  16. Cayetano Alegre Galofre9 March 2017 at 01:09

    where can i find this FB community you talked about? i didn't find it and i have so many questions because I'm new in 3D Printing and 101Hero is my first

    Thanks a lot

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  17. SlightlyWetFart9 March 2017 at 01:09

    This is now my favourite 3D printing channel. What a nice, intelligent chap. Subscribed.

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  18. pls forgibe me senpai9 March 2017 at 01:09

    turn off that hairdryer

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  19. " What do I think of it as a proper 3D printer "
    That means you are literally a 3D printer, what you should have said was;
    What do I think as a person who has a 3D printer
    Or
    What do I think as a person who does 3D printing for a living

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  20. "Oh just add another 100$ and get something that works".. Dude.. My laptop costs that much!

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  21. Hey Angus I finely received my 101 Hero!! it cam in yesterday. Built it in 45 min and its been printing perfect works on the card and hooked into Repetier-Host really well. I just want to let you know that all of them are not lemons.... Love your videos Keep up the great work... Thanks

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  22. Sergio Mourelle9 March 2017 at 01:09

    I ordered one of those printers and they don't answer my calls and still don't have it they stole my money

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  23. it's "make anything" brother, logos are so similar

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  24. just got mine and set it up. hadnt even got the test file downloaded when one of the processors went nuclear and lit the control box on fire. absolute garbage.

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  25. Cool. Fascinating that there 3d printers that are so cheap now that "work".

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  26. Brian From The Epic Elluminati9 March 2017 at 01:09

    I backed this product, sill haven't received it

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  27. Obsidian Angel9 March 2017 at 01:09

    Just got my 101hero today. I knew it was going to be crap from the start but i figured it would be ok to use and rebuild a new one with. Any suggestions on parts to buy towards making this product better? I don't even plan on using the motors that come with it as I've seen some people saying they are lighting on fire.

    I do plan on getting the MP mini select in a few weeks as I've heard some good things about it.

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  28. Why is it always the cheapest junk? Test something around 500-800$

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