Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 Review [2020]: Is it Worth It?

Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 Review [2020]: Is it Worth It?

Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 Review

The Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 is high end, high performance desktop 3D printer with a closed frame, and heated print bed for optimal 3D prints.

As a high-end 3D printer, it has a lot of features that deliver an excellent user experience that you do not find in other 3D printers.

A fairly large build volume is provided as well as a very stylish and clean frame that houses everything neat and tidy. That’s a very important aspect for such a 3D printer, as it is intended to be a machine for everybody and not look like a homemade contraption of a machine with parts and cables. Sindoh did an excellent job in that aspect of the printer.

A lot of 3D printers focus on providing the easiest to use experience but many fail to do so. This is not the case with the 3DWOX DP200 3D printer, as it provides users with one of the best user interfaces, software and generally easy to use hardware. A big plus for such a printer.

In the following sections, we will list the core features of the Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 as well as the Pros and Cons. At the very end, you will find the final summary of this 3D printer with an overall rating.

Core Features of the Sindoh 3DWOX DP200

Print Volume: Whats better than printing small items? Printing big items! The 3DWOX DP200 features a 210 x 200 x 195mm (8”x8”x8”) build area to satisfy every need. This is by no means the largest build size on the market, but it is big enough for big and complicated prints, especially in a clean package like this printer offers.

Closed Structure: This might not look like such a big of a feature but it does actually matter.

The printer is designed with an enclosed structure to maintain a consistent temperature for better quality prints. Having such a clean and closed frame also ensures that nothing happens outside the printer, which is something very unusual for many 3D printers, as they almost always expose some movings parts, such as the filament feeder. Not on this 3D printer though.

Auto Loading Filament: You read it right. The 3DWOX DP200 has an automatic filament loading system. So you will never have to go through the manual procedure of cutting, retrieving and placing the new filament into small holes.

All this hassle is avoided for this 3D printer, as the automatic loading system will do it for you upon placing in a new filament cartridge into the printer. The printer does all the work for you.

Assisted Bed Leveling: The system used by Sindoh to calibrate the print bed might be one of the best manual calibrated beds on the market. The software is working with the user and is giving extremely clear information on how much to turn each screw in order to calibrate the bed.

The UI gives the user a visual representation of that to do and is actively monitoring the progress to make sure the user does what is instructed.

5 Inch LCD Screen: As mentioned above, the screen on the printer is extremely useful and easy to use. The menus are clear, the navigation is simple and the UI snappiness of the interface further improves on the ease of use mentality. The screen is also able to display a live preview of the file that is being printed as well as a live progress monitor.

Connectivity: As with many home devices, a printer should be able to be accessed from multiple locations and devices inside a house without much work. And that is exactly what the 3DWOX DP200 can do. The printer can be connected to a home network either by using a WiFi connection or the good old ethernet cord. Then everyone on the network can access and use the printer.

There is also the possibility to connect to a computer via a USB cable, as well as print from a USB stick. This is as connected as it gets for any device,

Key Specifications

The following are the key specifications of the Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 3D printer.

Printing Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Build Area: 210 x 200 x 195mm (8 x 8 x8 Inch)
Layer Resolution: 50 microns (0.05mm)
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Material Support: PLA, ABS
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
Product Dimensions: 421 × 433 × 439mm (16.5 x 17 x 17 Inch)
Connectivity: USB Flash Drive, Ethernet, WiFi, USB Cable
Software: 3DWOX Desktop
Price: $1,299.00 (For the latest prices and discounts, check here)

Pros of the Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 3D printer

Heated Bed: As with most high-end 3D printer, the 3DWOX DP200 has a heated bed that ensured that prints stick to the build platform no matter what material you are using. Another great feature of the printer is that it preheats the bed before starting a print, making the print job start faster as you do not have to wait for it to heat up from its coolest point.

Remote Monitoring: Inside the printer, there are LED to light up the print area, and there is also a camera in there. This camera is used to monitor the print and can be accessed by any device that is connected to the same local network, so you can monitor and control the 3D printer no matter where you are inside the house. That’s just an awesome feature to have!

Closed Chamber: This 3D printer features a closed design, meaning that all of its sides are closed. Having such a design is adds some extra cost to the printer, but comes with great benefits. One of them is that there is no way to drop, or in any way interrupt the 3D printer while it is printing.

The print bed is always protected from outside dangers. Another benefit of having a closed chamber is that there will be fewer temperature fluctuations between prints, making printing more reliable.

Plug and Play: Many, many 3D printers promise to truly plug-and-play, but nothing comes close to the ease the of use of this 3D printer. The software and the interface of this printer is a piece of cake even for someone who has never touched such a machine before. Menus are simple, startup guide is easy and you can expect to start 3D printing after a couple of minutes of plugging this 3D printer in.

Cons of the Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 3D printer

Proprietary Filaments: While this is not really a problem for the average consumer for this product, it can be annoying that there is no support for aftermarket filaments. This was a big design choice, as such a design allows Sindoh to maintain their quality all across the board and making sure their printers performance as good as they can, always.

But the drawback is that if you want to test and experiment with any other exotic or cheap materials, you are out of luck with this 3D printer.

Very Limited: This is something that comes up again and again with this 3D printer. It is very limited in terms of configuration and how much you can tinker with it. There are very limited advanced options and the whole box is set up to print in a very standard way, which is also somewhat slow compared to other 3D printers in the same class.

But, once again, this was a design choice, that limits any advanced users from playing with it but delivering the best possible print quality out of the box for normal users.

Software: You can probably see a pattern happening here. Again, Sindoh uses proprietary slicing software for their 3D printer. While the slicer is very easy to use and works quite well with minimal work, it is still a limitation set by the company to the end user.

Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 Alternatives to Consider

The Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 3D printer is an excellent choice for people new to the 3D printing space as well as people that want easy and repetitive results, but you might want to consider some of the following if you need some more control over your 3D printer.

1) CraftUnique CraftBot PLUS 3D Printer

This is a very similar 3D printer, offering mostly the same functionality but also giving the user a bit more options for their prints. It is a very good 3D printer but is lacking in the ease of use area.

2) Flashforge Dreamer Dual Extrusion 3D Printer

The Dreamer with dual extrusion is also a well respected 3D printer that offers simial features but has a big advantage by including a dual extrusion print head.

Conclusion: SIndoh 3DWOX DP200 Review

The Sindoh 3DWOX DP200 3D printer is probably one of the easiest to use 3D printers on the market right now. If you are looking for a serius and high performance 3D printer but donot want to mess around its settings menus and having to spend hours setting it up, then this 3D printer is for you.

It is focused on the average consumer market and it provides some impressive print results for such an easy to use machine.

Further Reading:

Sindoh 3DWOX DP200


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Ease of Use



  • Easy to use
  • Many Automatic Systems


  • Material
  • Software and settings limitations

Sam Westin


Sam Westin has been in the media printing space for over 5 years and is an early adopter of 3d printing technology. He is excited to be a mere peon among the 21st century printing revolution! When not thinking up new things to print in multiple dimensions, Sam shares his thoughts on the industry here.

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