Most of you know the saying “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. Well when it comes to trinkets and other cool stuff, 3d printers are the same. You Can buy small items or you can print your own cool stuff. Early this year I did just that. I covered SeeMeCNC’s new at the time Eris and even well past my coverage I had one and then later two printers running all of the time in the office. I was having a blast but I really needed to go BIGGER. Well, a few months ago they sent over their new v3 model of their Rostock MAX, the big guy. With vacation and everything it took me a little while to get going, but I have been running the printer for a long time now and it’s about time I sit down and tell everyone about my experience with SeeMeCNC’s new printer. You might want to get comfortable, this might be a long one. 

Product Name: SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX v3

Review Sample Provided by: SeeMeCNC

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE


Printer Design Delta
Color Options Black or White
Controller RAMBo by UltiMachine electronics
Raspberry Pi Support Optional support included
Control options USB or built in LED screen
Machine overall dimensions

41 ¾ Inch high including spool holder

17 diameter at widest point

Build Volume 265mm D x 400mm H Print Area
Build Surface Borosilicate glass with floating Onyx heated bed under it
Cooling Three part cooling fans and one hotend fan
Hotend HE280 with 40w heater cartridge and accelerometer probe for calibration
Minimum Recommended Layer Height w/.5mm nozzle of .1mm
Maximum Recommended Layer Height w/.5mm nozzle of .4mm
Max Heated Bed Temp 100c
Max Hotend Temp 280c (with Hi-Temp Jet Kit)
Max Recommended Printing Speed @.2mm Layer Height 100mm/s
Max Travel Speed 300mm/s
Power Requirements 110v or 220v (input power selectable) @ 350 watts
Needed for assembly

Apx. 10hrs. assembly time (HALF of our previous v2 assembly time)

Standard Allen wrench set

Metric Allen Wrench Set

Needle nose and/or small pliers

Wire crimping tool

Solder and soldering iron

Standard and Phillips Screwdrivers


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