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  1. #51
    We also have the best 3D printers for a wide range of budgets, from affordable 3D printers, to high-end 3D printers that may have high price tags, but offer unrivalled quality

    1. MakerBot Replicator+

    The best all-round 3D printer

    Print technology: Fused Deposition Modeling | Camera resolution: 640 x 480 | Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns | Maximum layer resolution: 400 microns | Dimensions: 528 x 441 x 410 mm | Weight: 22.8kg


    2. XYZprinting da Vinci Mini

    Best budget 3D printer

    Print technology: Fused Filament Fabrication | Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns | Maximum layer resolution: 400 microns | Dimensions: 390 x 335 x 360 mm | Weight: 10kg


    3. Ultimaker 2+

    The best professional 3D printer

    Print technology: Fused Deposition Modeling | Minimum layer resolution: 20 microns | Maximum layer resolution: 600 microns | Dimensions: 342 x 493 x 588 mm | Weight: 11.3kg

  2. #52
    I was actually asking my self the same question and all your message definitely helped me choosing mine. Thanks guys

  3. #53
    I took service from Iannone 3D, which uses in-house Stratasys Fortus printers as well as our network of large-envelope printers for 3D Printing Service in the New Jersey area. For more details visit the website. Thanks.






  4. #54
    Prusa MK2 still going strong after 3000h of print inside enclosure! For over a year no tuning, no calibration, nothing... just printing! It's my winner!

  5. #55
    if you are confuse with PLA vs ABS Filament, i would recommend you to go with ABS.

  6. #56
    It depends on your budget and the type of work as well you want to do.

  7. #57
    Dear first tell that for which purpose you want to use it then I can tell you ideal 3d printer for that specific purpose.

  8. #58
    Dear first tell for which purpose you want to use it then I can tell you best printer for that purpose.

  9. #59
    Sketchup requires a plugin to export STL, but it's not an issue to get it or use it. I'm a SU user myself.

    My printer is 8^3, and it ran about 600. There are better ones out there than mine, which is the Davinci, and has been a fairly dependable pain in the ass to run printer, but it got the job done. But if I had to buy for the first time again, I'd go another route.

    2500 would get you a very nice machine. Good machines can be found, in your size range, for under a grand.

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    Hey Ben,
    You 3D printer purchase depends on its utility and usage . If you are looking for a 3D Printer in which you want to print small toys or DIYs then you should not go for any 3d printer which is more then $399 and if you are looking for the one in which you can perform high quality printing with complex ideas like architecture printing you should go for something like Creality CR-10S PRO, Makerbot Replicator+, Creality ender3 Pro-high precision 3d printer or Dremel Digilab like this there are many options available. These 3D Printer will solve your purpose but with the design printing the most important part is to understand that which one can you easily understand as you see the more complex designs the more complex understanding of that 3D printer so I will suggest you to go for a simple one first to get an basic understanding of a 3D Printer.

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