Flashforge Finder

96% Recommended


Product Details

Improve Printer Specifications
Printer Type
Print Bed Size (mm)
140 x 140 x 140
Layer Resolution
100-500 microns
Material Types
Maximum Temperature
240° C
Open Source

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Avatar small By microcyb on Mar 12 2018
The Flashforge Finder is the perfect fit for first time users and the experienced alike

Purchase the Flashforge Finder and was up and running in 30 minutes.

The out of the box setup is easy for understand and the calibration features make using a 3D printer a breeze.

In three days time have printed from simple, complex, to mass print jobs with no issues.

Switching filiments is an easy process with on screen interface and guides.

WiFi feature and the flashprint software allows for a quick load and print straight from you computer with no extra network cables, allowing you place this printer anywhere.

Overall, this is a very well thought out device and easy on screen interface making 3D printing an exciting and fun filled event.

Avatar small By Randy Cowling on Mar 15 2018
Great Start!

I'm new to this, but the Flashforge Finder was easy to set up and start printing. The software wouldn't run on one of my computers, but ran on a different one easily. 

I like the ease of use and can't wait to start designing my own projects.

Avatar small By Will3610 on May 04 2018
Print quality Great

Printer is great i love it ...but flash print software  don`t like it is not easy to use

i use auto 123.d software to run it but i do recommend the falshforge finder to any one

that is great to use 3d print design

Avatar small By Unknown Person on May 11 2018
A good printer for beginners

This printer was my first, and I think it is really good for people who want to see if 3d printing is something that they want to get into. 

Avatar small By prelude9125 on Aug 18 2018
Im having trouble and i cant get any help.

i down loaded 3d stl files from pinshape and put them on the flash drive. The finder shows  the files but there empty. So i took the stl files out and they still dont show up. Im kinda disappointed at this point. 

Avatar small By Rajendra Verma on Aug 20 2018
Flashforge Finder: Value for Money

This is a fantastic easy to operate 3D printer which I would happily recommend. The packing is marvelous and so also the build quality. The instructions are clear and there are plenty of YouTube videos on this printer, so plenty of help is available. I got off to a quick start and printed a few objects straight away. It is quiet and aesthetically appealing. The 3D software is quite intuitive and easy to learn.  The print area is limited to 14cm X 14cms.

Avatar small By Daniel Blair on Aug 24 2018
Well impressed

an overall great starter printer 

Avatar small By William Burns1 on Aug 26 2018
My First Printer

When I got this, I thought it would be hard, but every thing went smooth. I have printed over 300 models and made a few and all  went great. I would pick a filament place you like and stay with them. I use Hatchbox and 3D Solutect and all had been great.

Avatar small By Svarog on Aug 30 2018
Awesome printer for starters

was my first printer but i´wont change for any other, after 15 minutes that arrives the package a was already printing. i´ve used a lot of pla´s like wood pla, glow  in the dark pla, gold pla and works awesome, very easy to calibrate, very to load/unload filament even really easy to open it for clean and service. the bed i considered a little small (14cm x 14cm x 14cm) but i have no more complains about it. one tip when you print fitable pieces tolerance its around 0.3 mm 

Avatar small By Kyle Turpin on Sep 10 2018
Received as a Gift

I'm currently running a Raspberry Pi as my primary computer so I haven't been able to run the provided software.

I have been able to print from the Happy3D phone app and through PolarCloud with excellent results.

The only complaint I have is the subpar filament included as the pack-in. My advice would be to print a spool hook immediately and unless it's an emergency don't use it again because if you're new to this you can't even tell what is your fault and what is the filament.

I've printed a couple of places brands of PLA and the default settings are good for almost anything but the filament that came with the printer which needs to print cooler. I'm experimenting with flexible TPU filament now and and I'm likely to try some wood in the relatively near future. 

My prints have all been clean and pretty successful as I've tackled the seasoning curve. This is my first printer and first experience with using any 3d printer so once I ditched the pack-in filament and could start really tuning my results it's been nothing but great for practical purposes (hard drive bracket for my PC) or fun (dinosaurs for my kids).

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