Friday, March 16, 2018

Geeetech Rostock 301 Delta color mixing 3D printer - March MadMess Video

I should really up my production standards. Not that this is my worst video in terms of audio or video. Despite being recorded on the heels of my last review, you can tell, I didn't even try to hide it, the camera is well focused, where as in that last video it wasn't. But that's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about editing. This video had practically none of it. 30 minutes, in the editing process, tops. Maybe I was a little short on time. Maybe I was a little burnt out after editing 4 other videos this week. Maybe this video didn't need much editing. Or maybe I was just short on content to edit in. Despite the hours and days spent on this thing, I didn't take many pictures or any video of the process.

Which is leaving me very little else to say about this printer.

See how I pronounced "Geeetech" with extra "e"mphasis at the beginning. Did you catch that double "MARCH MADMESS" at the end? Also turned down the volume on those "March MadMess" for people. Ah, good stuff.

I failed to mention that my friends at MeltInk supplied the filament that would have been used in this kit, because they were the only people I could find with Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. Check them out.

And here's the list of March MadMess 3D printers:

Gearbest is also having a huge event for it's 4th Anniversary. Check it out:

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