The Flashforge Adventurer 4 is built like a tank, but the software feels unfinished.
The Flashforge Adventurer 4 is the flagship of the Adventurer line of FDM 3D printers, and features a 220 x 200 x 250 mm build volume, a flexible removable build platform, an integrated spool holder, the ability to resume a print after a power outage and more in an enclosed chamber (with built-in air filter) that feels like it could survive a drop off of a bridge. The Adventurer 4 has a list of hardware features that will certainly seem in line with what you would expect from a $799 3D printer.
Unfortunately, the software for the machine doesn’t live up to the potential of this machine, and the Flashforge-provided FlashPrint software doesn’t seem to be completely finished. After my positive experience with the Flashforge Adventurer 3 Lite, one of the best 3D printers, the Adventurer 4 felt like a disappointment when compared to other machines that offer similar features and specs.