FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Comparison


FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Comparison

Professional print quality meets rugged design and user-friendly operation in today’s FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX comparison. Keep reading to find out which printer pulls out ahead in our biggest landslide victory in Versus history.

FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Comparison

FlashForge Creator Pro Basics

Featuring dual extruders, the Creator Pro makes it easy to print with support filaments and different colors. Each nozzle is .4mm and prints at speeds between 40-100mm/s in resolutions from 100-300 microns.

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Moving on to print space, you get almost 5L of volume across the 8.6×5.7×5.9 inch build area. That’s a bit smaller than the DP200 3DWOX’s build volume, but large enough for most commercial and personal applications. The Creator Pro is fairly compact, too, measuring 18.7×13.1×15.1 inches.

You have the freedom to print in a wide range of filament beyond standard ABS and PLA with the FlashForge Creator Pro. You may also choose either a USB or SD card connection when it’s time to print. Read our full FlashForge Creator Pro review here.

Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Basics

Sporting just one extruder, the DP200 3DWOX also uses a .4mm nozzle. The build area is quite a bit larger than the Creator Pro’s, measuring 8x8x8 inches. That’s plenty of space to build multiple objects or large projects in one sitting. Unfortunately, you’re limited to Sindoh’s branded filament, and may only print in ABS or PLA.

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In exchange for using Sindoh’s filament, the DP200 3DWOX automatically loads filament and monitors your usage. This is helpful when you’re at the end of a spool, when the DP200 3DWOX will pause operation instead of ruining your print. Connect using WiFi, USB, or SD card.

This 3D printer is able to print in resolutions as fine as 50 microns, up to 400 microns. Printing speeds are equally impressive, ranging from 10-200mm/s. Thanks to its sturdy design and enclosed print area, the DP200 3DWOX produces exceptional results even at high resolutions and speeds. Read our full Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX review here.

FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Comparison: Print and Construction Quality

You’d be hardpressed to fault either of these 3D printers for their print quality. Both the Creator Pro and DP200 3DWOX utilize heated aluminum print beds and enclosed build spaces, significantly improving the stability of your prints regardless of filament.

Additionally, both printers are able to print at their highest resolutions with extreme accuracy. That means that they can be trusted in a commercial environment where precision is essential. Fine details, smooth geometric shapes, and sharp overhangs are all possible with these printers.

Both the Creator Pro and the DP200 3DWOX are also well constructed for a more stable print environment. The Creator Pro is made from powder-coated steel, while the DP200 3DWOX uses heavy plastic.

FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Comparison: Filament Options and Dual Extrusion

Sindoh has long manufactured traditional printers, which may be why they require users to buy their branded filament to work with the DP200 3DWOX. It’s a shame, since this restriction not only limits which brand but also what types of filaments you can use. Instead of experimenting with filaments like PET or Nylon.

The Creator Pro, on the other hand, allows you to use any third party filaments you like, and any filament up to 250°C. That means you can easily use dissolvable filaments like HIPS or PVA. You may also experiment with wood, metal, color changing, flexible, or any other exotic filament you can find. Printing with two colors or two different filaments is also much easier since the Creator Pro comes with dual extruders.

FlashForge Creator Pro vs Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX Comparison Verdict

The Creator Pro gives you dual extrusion, an all-steel frame, and more filament options all for a fraction of the DP200 3DWOX’s cost. Oh, and FlashForge doesn’t force you to use their branded filaments like Sindoh does. In light of this evidence, even the DP200 3DWOX’s fancy touch screen, built-in camera, and larger build space can’t save it.

Don’t get us wrong, the DP200 3DWOX is a great, user-friendly printer capable of flawless high resolution prints. It’s one of the few printers we can recommend for both beginners and experts. Unfortunately, its filament limitations and single extrusion just don’t stand up to the amazing Creator Pro.


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