Wanhao Duplicator 7 3D Printer Unboxing Review

This is going to be the 3D Printer Unboxing and first look at Wanhao’s new Duplicator 7 3D resin printer.

This is a pre sale model purchased directly from Wanhao for £415 delivered to the UK.


Max printable area 120*68*200mm(L*W*H)

Resin Type 395nm uv resin

Software Creation Workshop

Resolution 2560*1440

Accuracy Z: 0.004mm
Price Range USD/pc, contact distributor

Layer Thickness 0.035-0.5mm


The box was very well packaged with a plastic wrapper over and warning stickers to warn of glass.

Inside the box the printer was held in place by foam inserts that fitted snuggly around the machine. The entire machine is made from powder coated sheet metal and has a very nice solid structural feel to it, unfortunately the top lip wasn’t protected from the bottom housing so this resulted in it banging around in transit and scratching up the corners of the machine. A thin layer of foam between where the two sections meet would have solved this problem.


After removing the top lip there was a accessories box fitted between the build plate and the resin tray, this was held in very snug which resulted in no broken parts. Inside the accessories box you get everything you need to get your started in your new resin printing endeavours.

Inside the accessories box:

Spare Fep Tape sheet for the screen

Jar for cleaning finished prints


2 x latex gloves

Power cable

Hex driver

Small sample amount of white UV resin


The printer is not available for purchase just yet but this post will be updated as soon as it is, In the meantime make sure to check out my Youtube channel below where I will be posting new videos and updates on the printer as I print and tweak it.





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