Voxelab was founded in 2020 as a subsidiary of Chinese manufacturer Flashforge. They are known for their budget 3D printing solutions, particularly for their low-cost FDM series named Aquila. The company also offers resin 3D printers, materials and filaments, 3D slicing software, and more. With warehouses in United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Europe, and Russia, Voxelab delivers 3d printing supplies quickly and reliably. Voxelab offers free shipping from local warehouses.

The Voxelab Aquila series features the Aquila X2, C2, S2, and Pro, all of which are desktop FDM printers for a relatively low price (as an example, the Voxelab Aquila Pro retails at between US$ 289.00 – US$ 435.00 on the website). Furthermore, they offer an Aries STEM FDM printer which is slightly more expensive but with upgraded features such as a carbon-silicon glass platform. The Aquila series have been described as dupes for the Creality Ender printers for a less expensive price. In terms of materials, on their website they sell PLA filament of various colours and 1kg bottles of resin. Voxelab printers are available on Ebay, Amazon and AliExpress as well as their company website. These printers come with a one-year warranty and lifetime technical support.

According to Voxelab, their priority is customer service and satisfaction, so they take care to respond quickly to queries and issues. They want to provide decent-quality cheap desktop 3D printing solutions to users. It is important to do individual research on the printers, as certain reviews suggest inconsistent quality and printing issues.