Lab 3Dnatives: Testing the 3D printer Winbo SH105
As summer starts coming to a close, we decided to mark this with a test of the Chinese printer Winbo SH105. Little known to the general public, the brand offers around 19 different FDM machines, with prices ranging from $199 to $29,999. The manufacturer also offers original models such as a cabinet made up of 9 3D printers, or a machine equipped with 4 extruders.
For the SH105, this is an entry-level model from Winbo, priced at around €319 including VAT (if you’re in Europe) and also comes in a 3-in-1 version (printer, laser engraving, laser cutting). The SH105 is available in 8 different colors (red, orange, silver, green, blue, brown, black, beige and brown).
Unpacking the Winbo SH105
Installation and first prints
– Ease of use
– Print quality
– Flexible printing plate
– Power supply
– Restricted printing plate
Sometimes when buying a 3D printer that was made in China it often leaves one perplexed with quite a few questions running through your head. Often times it is the price that determines this potential risk, which leaves you to discover if you made a good or bad investment. In the case of the WINBO SH105 priced at 319€ TTC assembled and ready to use, this is undoubtedly a good surprise! The impressive rendering and easy handling of the machine make it a decent machine overall