QIDI X-MAX 3D Printer Industrial Printing with PLA TPU PC PETG Nylon, US$979.99 (~A$1325) Delivered @ Madethebest


China-based Qidi Technology has been steadily earning praise for its 3D printers by offering more premium features in more affordably-priced machines. The X-Max is one such printer, though, the normal priced at about $1,500, it’s definitely not cheap.

However, it does offer a relatively large build volume, and the ability to handle materials like nylon and TPU, making it worth consideration to more advanced hobbyists and small businesses.
Video:QiDi X-Max - 3D Printer - Unbox and Setup

Product information & technical details

Assembly: Fully assembled
Printing Technology: FFF - FDM - LPD
Printer Display: Touch Display
Supported operating systems: Windows (7+), Mac OS X (10.7+)
Extruder type: Direct Drive Extruder
Number of extruders: Single
Interfaces: USB - Connection, WIFI - WLAN, LAN
Supported Formats (Slicer): STL, OBJ
Heated building board: Yes
Printing speed: > 100 mm/s
Nozzle Diameter: 0,4 mm
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Building platform : 300 x 250 x 300 mm

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  • How does something like this compare to a Flashforge Adventure 4 or alternatively, a Flashforge Creator Pro?

    • Anybody have thoughts on how this compares to the flashforges?

      Sorry to nag! Just about to get a Flashforge adventurer 4 and want to make sure this isn't better.

      • I am waiting for the Flashforge Adventurer 4…

  • Or a prusa?

    • +2

      Prusa doesn't come with an enclosure, which is recommended when you print with sensitive materials like ABS/PETG/TPU.

      Thankfuly you can just make an enclosure yourself, since it's just essentially a square/rectangle box, just YouTube it. Bunnings and ikea are your friend.

      The build volume isn't even that much different.

      With the PRUSA you'd have way more community help, replaceable components, very good software/updates, and great customer service.

  • +1

    I would expect a few more tricks at this price point, I can buy a Voron 2.4 kit for this kind of money.

    • Well if you're buying a kit, you will get questionable quality parts. You also have to account time it will take for you put it together which some people won't able to do.

      Also If you source parts yourself individual and buy pre-printed part it will cost around same or even more if you need to import and shipped it from overseas. Of course you can get clone parts and RNG the quality but if I'm going to buy a Voron, I will get genuine E3D/Slice Engineering hot-ends which can add up.

      Voron is great option if you want to build a printer but not really recommended if something just want a printer.

  • only $30USD discount?


    • Hi Minimum-Chips, it's the best price you can find with AU warehouse currently.
      Feel free to PM me if you need a better price. We are willing to do a favor for new customers. : )

      • Great customer service for sure, I'm not in a position to invest, but some other OB members might be interested.
        Kudos @madethebest.

        • Hey can you give me a good deal to include printing filaments

      • Sent PM, but no reply?

        • Hi j49w, I have replied you.Please check your PM.