i want to get a printer but i don't know which one i want one of these 3 the Jg Aurora A5 the Cr - 10 the Any cubic i3 mega
what printer is a good printer that is veary good and last a long time in a price range of 2000
Hi there guys, I am looking to buy a 3d printer. I own a garage that fits loads of bodyparts daily and will be interested in re-creating these parts to cut down on costs (hopefully; I guess I will only know once I find out a bit more about the type of printer/ maintenance costs etc)
Hi all, looking to to get a printer primarily for printing tabletop miniatures. I know the moai is a bit higher in detail, but from what I can understand the Photon can print more miniatures in the same time due to the way the layers cure. Through a little research I’ve also found that Peopoly resins are more available and cost less. What are your guys thoughts on the machines?
Hello People! I would like to know which printer should i chose. I never had this type of machine but i always wanted one. I would use it only at home. My budget is $1200 max but it would be better around $600 since is only for fun/hobby. Watching some video on YT i found few interesting ones: Cetus3D extended + filaments + shipping = around $550
Hey Guys, i want to buy a printer, one of the ones i put in the title. The only reason for me to buy the CR-10 is the bigger print volume. What do you guys think is the better printer?
I'm on the verge of purchasing a 3D printer and I have encountered some problems. It seems that the work or production area of most AIO 3D printer/scanners are relatively small (for my needs at least). Ideally I would like a high quality printer that can produce objects 300m (wide) x 300m (deep) x 400M (high) or have manufacturing capabilities close to that range.
Hello, I am new to 3d printing. I own and operate a 3d ultrasound business in which my machine (GE Voluson E8) renders 3d/4d volume ultrasound images of babies. We have been asked almost daily if we would ever consider 3d printing from images obtained. We have set a goal to start printing within 3 months. I have a few questions.
Hi everyone I am thinking about starting a 3d selfie business startup. Since full color 3d printers are way out of my league.
I am in need of a 3d printer that can print percision parts out of nylon and other tough material for high heat environments. My budget is $1000. The bed needs to be heated and at least 12x12 or larger and a min height of 2 feet. What are my options please
Hello, I am looking to upgrade from my current Afinibot Prusa i3 to a better one in terms of: 1) A printer that can print larger and taller objects 2) Faster printing time 3) Without compromising on the finishing of the part Can anyone suggest a good one, budget below USD 1000?
I have a Prusa i3 printer assembled by myself. Of course with a lot of mechanical reinforcement. It is pretty accurate and square. Mostly I print parts from my mechanical design work. It works great with Simply3D! But now I am looking for a better and bigger printer that can print more complicated parts. I don't print figures or art pieces a lot. Mostly solidworks parts. My questions are:
Hey guys I was wondering what is the best printer I could get for a budget of $260. I know it is not alot and I don't expect it to do much. I am ok with a smaller print area and it is fine if it only prints PLA. I have found some on Amazon and was wondering what you guys think. Thanks.
I'm looking for a solid 3D printer for around $400. I want the quality of the prints to be good. Print speed and ease of use are less important to me. Are there any worthwhile options?
Good day printing community. I recently am trying to get into printing, and I am looking to purchase a new 3d printer/scanner combo. The specifics I am searching for are a large printing platform, at least larger than 12", and a built in scanner. My price range is up to 2k, but I do not know in depth about the different brands or models.
Hello, I am currently interested in buying my first 3D printer and I am unsure whether or not to get the Original Prusa i3 mk2s or the CraftBot plus. I have seen that he Prusa has got a better rating and is cheaper however the CraftBot has been said to have a solid feel that the Prusa doesn’t and also has some other features.