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  1. #21
    Hi Ben2900,
    How are you? May I help to you. while 3D printers are not particularly cheap, there are several that come with a relatively low price tag. we've located and thoroughly researched the best budget 3D printers on the market so that you don't have to.

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  2. #22
    I am very happy with my affordable Wanhao 5s Duplicator Mini. Still within your budget is the larger version with 24" build height.
    For more plug and play solutions, the Ultimaker 2 with 8"cubed volume or the extended version will be great.

  3. #23
    I am thinking to buy HP Jet Fusion 580 Color 3D printer, Its awesome and can printer in multi-color, I have also confirmed from Hp printer Support, it is awesome If you guys also looking for 3D printer Believe me its awesome.

  4. #24
    Brand new here, and wanting to start slow, but not underbuy either. My budget is under $500. From reading here and other places, I'm gravitating toward the Monoprice Maker Select Plus. A friend has a Flashforge Finder, and our conversation about it is what got me interested. I could not find any specific comparisons/reviews of these two models.

    Am I on the right track with either/both? Any reasons not to get either one?

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