Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX 3D Printer Review Results
Flying below the radar as one of 3D printing's most underrated brands, Sindoh's flagship DP200 3DWOX has impressed beginner and expert makers alike with its dependable performance and ease of use. We'll look at the finer points of this printer, as well as its shortfalls in today's review. Is this diamond in the rough the right printer for you?
Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX 3D Printer Review Basics
Sporting a stylish, futuristic design, the DP200 3DWOX’s build space is completely enclosed to help protect your prints. It also comes with a removable, heated aluminum build plate. This plate makes a great foundation whether you’re using PLA or ABS.
You have a standard 8x8x8” of build space with this printer and a pretty speedy single extruder. Print at up to 200mm/s in resolutions down to just 50 microns. While most of your projects won’t need such fine detail, this is a wonderful accomplishment for such an inexpensive printer.
The DP200 3DWOX has an average overall size of 16.6×16.9×17.3” and weighs 45lbs. It offers a wide and uncommon variety of connectivity options, including USB, Ethernet, and WiFi. You can’t use SD cards with this printer, but a USB flash drive will work just fine. It comes fully assembled, too. Most users will have this printer running in under an hour.
Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX 3D Printer Review Pros
Designed with Beginners in Mind
With so many user-friendly features, it’s easy to understand why this printer is frequently used in classrooms. Just to mention a few of our favorites, this printer uses assisted plate leveling, filament auto-loading, and an ultra-responsive 5” touchscreen display. Sure, plenty of 3D printers come with touchscreens, but this is one of the best we’ve seen.
Not only is it clear and easy to read, it’s intuitive to use and gives you one-touch control over your prints. Start, stop, and resume prints with a tap. We also love that the display is on TOP of the printer for easy access. Even the biggest brands in 3D printing get this small detail wrong.
Loading filaments is a completely different process from other 3D printers. Sindoh filaments come in chipped cartridges. Install the cartridge and your printer will instantly recognize the color, type, and amount of filament loaded. It also automatically loads and unloads filaments, eliminating one of the most tedious chores in 3D printing.
There are plenty of other features to love in this printer. It’s durably constructed, quiet, quick, and final prints need very little touching up. One of our favorite options is to watch your prints remotely via the included internal monitoring camera. Link the printer to your mobile device on the same WiFi network to check on your work during long prints. All told, this printer has a ton to offer at a fair, approachable price.
Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX 3D Printer Review Cons
The chipped cartridges this printer uses are ultra convenient, but if you want to save a few bucks and use off-brand filaments, you have to jump through a few hoops. You’re also limited to only PLA and ABS filaments when printing with the DP200 3DWOX, meaning no support filaments allowed.
Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX 3D Printer Review Verdict
It’s a real joy to see printers like Sindoh’s DP200 3DWOX become attainable for the average person. This is a high-functioning printer with a great design and smooth operation that everyone can learn to use. Print quality exceeds expectation for its price, making it great for the work or school environment as well. The DP200 3DWOX is one of the best choices for beginner to intermediate users who want a low-maintenance, high-quality printing experience.