Flashforge Finder

  • Usable Filament Diameter

    1.75 mm

  • Max Recommended Printing Speed

    100 mm/s

  • Build Area

    140 mm x 140 mm 140 mm

  • Resolution

    100 - 400 µm

Product Overview

The Flashforge Finder 3D printer is an easy-to-use, reliable and affordable desktop machine that's perfect for anyone looking to get started in the exciting world of 3D printing. With a resolution of 100 - 400 µm and a build area of 140 mm x 140 mm, it has everything you need to print your own ideas. The Finder features a flexible steel plate with assisted leveling, so you can have a successful first print right out of the box. Printing at 100 mm/s, the Finder provides reliable and consistent results every time you print. Plus, the 11 kg weight makes it easy to move around as you're working on your latest project.

Flashforge Finder Specification


The usable filament diameter is a 1.75 mm diameter.

There are 1 extruders in the printer. Having more than one extruder attached to the printer can help you print material faster, as the printer can focus on multiple elements at once.

The recommended maximum printing speed is 100 mm/s. This printing speed can affect the quality of the print, so make sure this speed falls within ranges you would like.

You'll get a 140 mm x 140 mm 140 mm in the Flashforge Finder, so make sure everything you want to print fits in this. You can make do by making your print in pieces, and then assembling, however, sometimes you'll just need a larger build area.

The build plate is made from Flexible Steel Plate.

Usable Filament Diameter
1.75 mm
Build Plate Material
Flexible Steel Plate
Max Power Consumption
65 W
Build Area
140 mm x 140 mm 140 mm
Build Plate Attachment
Ambient Operating Temperature
15°C - 30°C
Max. Nozzle Temperature
240 ºC
Build Volume
140 mm x 140 mm 140 mm
Number of Extruders
Build Plate Leveling System
Assisted Leveling
Filament Chamber Closed
Open Filament System
Total Mass Overall Dimensions
420 mm x 420 mm x 420 mm
100 - 400 µm
Build Chamber During Process
Max Recommended Printing Speed
100 mm/s
Cloud Control
USB Port
Ethernet Port
Hepa Filter
Filament Runout Sensor
11 kg
420 mm x 420 mm x 420 mm
AC: 100 V - 240 V, (47 - 63 Hz)
Total Weight
11 kg

Where to buy the Flashforge Finder

The lowest price is $314.36 for the Flashforge Finder, available from multiple sites.

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Reviews of the Flashforge Finder


Based on 5 reviews

FlashForge Finder 3D Printer Review – Does the Finder Offer Enough?
  • - 3.8
If you want to enjoy a great printing experience with a clean looking, super quiet, and easy-to-use 3D printer that just works, then the Flashforge Finder is definitely a 3D printer you should consider, especially at that price range.
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FlashForge Finder 3D Printer In-Depth Review
  • - 3.9
FlashForge Finder can be termed as an introductory 3D printer for kids and beginners. Hence, covers almost every essential and base feature to help users take the first step towards 3D printing. It comes assembled and with few setup steps, one can start printing the first model in a few minutes after unboxing the machine. The printer exhibits quite an operation and works solely with PLA filaments. This again is sufficient for those wanting to purchase a 3D printer for fun and learning experiences. FlashForge Finder is a very competitive 3D printer, however, not suited for professionals or those looking to carry out specific jobs. A choice that every parent would love to make when gifting it to their kids.
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If you are looking for a good introductory printer, then the Finder is a solid option
  • - 3.15
On the hunt for an easy to use 3D printer that won't break the bank? The FlashForge Finder is a great value option that is quite easy to use and actually makes relatively great printed models. While it doesn't have the most comprehensive printing capabilities or the largest build volume, this is a great introductory budget economic model. It's not the cheapest printer out there, but you should definitely consider the Finder if you are willing to pay just a little bit more for a significantly better printer.
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Best 3D Printer for Beginners 2020
  • - 3.5
It prints away quietly and only chirps merrily when it turns on or when other particularly noteworthy events occur. The printer even boasts WiFi connectivity, which is easy to set up and use and a generally more high-end feature. Its prints, too, are very good and are reliably churned out. Where the Finder flounders is with its tiny print bed, which limits the size of prints substantially. Though it’s an excellent printer to ease you into the world of 3D printing, once you’ve gotten used to it and are eager to experiment more, it will be time to upgrade to something larger with a heated bed that can handle more material types.
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We tested the popular FlashForge Finder 3D printer to see if it was worth buying. Here's what we found out during our review!
  • - 4
A compact printer that works out of the box, the Finder is entirely geared towards beginners and curious students in an educational context. The setup is among the simplest we’ve come across, and the Finder earns points for breaking down assembly without dumbing it down utterly. After weathering a few adhesion challenges (more than likely fruit of our ineptitude and a lack of clear instructions rather than the printer itself), the quality of the prints is high and reliably so. In our estimation, the Finder is well worth the price tag and given its affordability is an ideal first printer for any budding maker eager for a soft and gentle introduction to the world of 3D printers.
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