Over the past few years, the cost of owning a 3D printer has come down sharply – we’re now at a point where an entry level 3D printer like the Wanhao Duplicator i3 v2.1 costs less than £300/$400 (mostly assembled and ready to go). Not so long ago, this would have only managed to buy a DIY kit with less than spectacular results. We purchased this printer a couple of months ago and have thoroughly tested it with different filament types and weeks of printing time… the results have been surprising, especially after some extensive modifications. Read on to find out what we thought. Link