Qidi X-one - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Qidi X-one

$399 View deals
Price updated 16 hours ago

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Key features
  • 110C Heating bed
  • Supports PLA or ABS filament
  • Double layer metal structure
  • CNC machined aluminum alloy build platform
  • 10mm guide rod
  • Precise Z axis movement
  • 3.5" touch screen
  • 42 lbs

Qidi X-one is a very popular option in the middle of the 3D printers price range. It's in the top 3 bestselling 3D printers and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Jgaurora A3 or XYZprinting Da Vinci 1.0 .

Qidi X-one is $31 more expensive than an average 3D printer ($368).

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Details
  • Ready-to-work: QIDI TECH X-One printer ships fully assembled and has already been calibrated before delivery. We include one roll of PLA filament, one spare part box and a sd card with user manual, videos and test files on. It is easy to operate, even as a novice, it is ready to print right out of box.
  • Hardware: The X-One has a heated aluminum build platform with metal platform supports. The CNC machined aluminum alloy build platform with a thickness of 6mm, guarantees the surface will remain completely flat.The build platform can be heated to 110C and will support printing any type of filament including basic filaments, along with more advanced materials.Upgraded 10mm guide rod ensures a precise Z axis movement and prevents platform arm from deforming.This allows for high precision printing.
  • Software: Free QIDI print slicing software for your computer and the 3.5-inch touch screen on the printer, provide user-friendly UI interface. The touch screen helps to make printing fast and easy with the ability to adjust print settings on the screen during the printing process.
  • QIDI TECH One-to-one Service: If you have any questions or problems, QIDI TECH after-sale service will offer exclusive and fast support services. We will work hard to help customers solve any problem. Our excellent customer service can be found in the many positive reviews. Your customer satisfaction is our destination.
  • 6-month warranty: QIDI Tech will be responsible for the free repair or the replacement of QIDI TECH X-One printer. If any part needs to be replaced QIDI Tech will supply the parts for free. This includes the main circuit board, motor, extruder or power supply.
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Size
Weight

42 lbs
 
Brand
Qidi Technology
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HI I am looking at the flshforge creator pro and the QIDI, Are they really the same or almost the same? same performance?
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Submitted 62 days ago
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Hello there,

These two machines are pretty similar - here is an article that compares them side by side:

https://reviewfinder.com/blog/flashforge-creator-pro-vs-qidi-technology-i-3dp-qda16-01-differences-reviews-pros-and-cons-compared

Overall, the main difference is that the Flashforge has a larger flash size and it also has some decorative LED lights that look neat while printing.

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I have the 3DWOX. Mostly happy with it. Prints better with each piece. However, when loading a cartridge we continually get "Notification (487) Remove cartridge. Is there any remaining filaments in the the tube or on the entrance of filament insertion (front of printer)". I've removed and reinstalled cartridge a dozen times, cleaned nozzle, etc., etc., etc. Sometimes it will finally accept the filament, sometimes it won't. Pretty frustrating especially when I love the results when it eventually prints.
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recommendations for an entry level 3D printer for a media production class
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Makerbot or Dremel?
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Hi! I am looking to build a small working prototype of my idea. I was first looking at a CNC machine and building the main components of my idea with wood. Just last weekend I discovered the "3D printers" -- it looks like I can build strong pieces with plastic, too. Am I right? What 3D printer would you recommend? Right, now, I am looking at the RoBo R1 Plus because it looks like it has a lot of followers.
Submitted 219 days ago
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QIDI TECH is the best for the purchase It is dual extruder and support both ABS and PLA filaments

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