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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.

    our first recommendation is the Monoprice select mini.At a little over $200, this model is an excellent choice for people looking to dip their toes into the world of 3D printing.

    It has a 4.7" build area , micro sd slot , and simple intuitive interface, this product offers far more than you might expect. plus, it's low price makes it's an absolute bargain.

    To see more 3D printers details please visit our website at :https://www.3dbeginners.com

  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?

  5. #25
    I recommend an excellent 3D printer FlyingBear Shine DLP LSD.
    I use it for half a year, I like everything very much.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by hdmitry View Post
    I recommend an excellent 3D printer FlyingBear Shine DLP LSD.
    I use it for half a year, I like everything very much.
    it seems good..

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    the hp is in a slightly different price bracket: Well over $100,000
    On top of that you also need the post processing unit - probably another $50,000

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    why not select Chinese brand? we have some good products

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    lol at the end of the day 99% are ALL chinese brands.
    If not put together in china - then most of the components will be :-)

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    Wink First-Time Poster Noob Seeks Experienced Lurker with Answers - Which One for Me?

    Hi Everyone,First-time poster here, and I have very limited knowledge of 3-D printers - but I've wanted to acquire one for quite some time. I'll list some of the more common needs - and some questions, too, if you don't mind. I will state unequivocally that the people who take the time to respond to guys like me are worth their weight in GOLD. I'm a firefighter/paramedic by trade - and while I'm happy to wake up at 2:00 a.m. to respond to a very sick person - or the mother who just couldn't make it to the hospital and delivers her baby right there in the living room, this time I'm the one who needs help. I am not being one bit cavalier about this. I really do need help, and I'll freely admit I have no idea what I'm getting into, technically-speaking. So, with that, thank you in advance, and now, I'll get started:

    THINGS I THINK I NEED IN A 3-D PRINTER:
    1. Heated Bed
    2. Large Bed (Not sure what "large" is, but I heard 7" x 7" x 7"? More?
    3. Auto Bed Calibration
    4. All Metal Hi-Temp Hot End
    5. Dual Independent Heads
    6. Touchscreen and Input for the Machine (so I don't have to tie up a laptop - although I MIGHT have one that might work.) I would still like to download AT the machine, and use its brain-power to get the job done.
    7. Dual Extruders?
    8. Anything Else?
    9. Yep, I Want to Print in METAL, Non-Toxic Plastics, and _____________(?).

    THINGS I WANT TO DO WITH 3-D PRINTING:
    1. Print Things for My Own Use - Useful Things
    2. Print Replacement Parts
    3. Print Plastic or Metal Tools
    4. Print Things Like Toothpaste Tube Squeezers, Chip Clips, Perhaps even Home Decor that Doesn't Require High-Quality Finishing.
    5. I WILL NOT BE RESELLING GNOMES, Etc.
    6. Print Things as Yet-to-be-Determined!

    WHAT I'M WILLING TO DO:
    1. If I will get an AMAZING machine from my own blood, sweat, and tears, I not only would be willing to build it (assemble) myself - I think it would be fun - as long as the instructions are clear, I have the ability to assemble my own machine. This might actually be the better option, as I most assuredly would derive great pleasure and pride in "building" my own machine - IF IT IS RELIABLE, BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK, AND SOMETHING "BIGGER" (I'm talking conceptually here) THAN an already-built 3-D printer.
    2. HOWEVER, if a turnkey model might be the best option, I'll buy it, open the box, and start printing!

    I HAVE NO IDEA WHICH SOFTWARE PLATFORM TO USE (Or, even how to use it.):
    1. HELP!!! Thanks in advance
    2. I'm looking for software that will build high-quality items that is easy to use (or, WILL be "easy" to use - I'm willing to go through a learning curve.)

    MY BUDGET IS:
    1. Well, it could go as high as $2,500...maybe even higher. I MIGHT go higher if:
    2. The overall VALUE of money to machine is there.
    3. It's REALLY worth it for me to go higher.
    4 It's necessary - like I need more machine to print in metal..., etc. I AM LOOKING FOR:1. An "online course" that might be able to help me get started, either before - or after - purchasing my machine. The shorter, the better, but if I have to complete it in 10, 15, or 20 hours, I'll be a willing student. It could be a free course, or paid - I'm willing to front money to get it right the first time.

    Guys, that's all I can come up with at this time - I have really tried to put my heart and soul into it, so I want to say thank you in advance for getting through my rather long-winded post.

    Remember, you guys are GOLD!!!

    Best regards,

    Maitai
    Last edited by maitai11; 10-07-2018 at 01:15 AM.

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