Explore the frontiers of 3D printing with a full-featured desktop 3D printer and experimental dual extrusion. The Replicator 2X is designed for daredevils and 3D printing experts.
XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3-in-1 - 3D printer - FFF - build size up to 5.91 in x 5.91 in x 5.91 in - USB 2.0, Wi-Fi(n)
The da Vinci 1.0 ships fully assembled and, being plug-and-play, is ready to print out of the box. Also included with the da Vinci are one filament cartridge, a glue stick, and several post-production tools.
XYZprinting da Vinci 1.1 Plus - 3D printer - FFF - build size up to 7.87 in x 7.87 in x 7.87 in - layer: 0.02 in - USB 2.0, LAN, USB host, Wi-Fi
Leapfrog Creatr HS - 3D printer - FFF - build size up to 11.42 in x 10.63 in x 7.09 in - layer: 0.25 mil - USB 3.0 host
Printrbot’s first all-metal 3D Printer now available with a heated bed. The metal construction combined with a GT2 belt pulley system produces a 3D print that rivals those of other manufacturers which cost thousands more!
The Dreamer 3D Printer from Flashforge allows you to create three-dimensional prints from up to two colors and materials, up to a build volume of nearly 300 cubic inches.
Fully equipped with Home WiFi connectivity and the 2nd generation auto-calibration system, the da Vinci Jr. 1.0w is the most accessible 3D printer in the market.
Expand your creativity by building your own prototypes or take a hobby to exciting new levels. Satisfy your desire to challenge your mind, while inspiring others to explore their version of 3D possibilities.
3D Printer Robox is a 3D printer that combines the best next-generation features at a fraction of the cost. Designed totally from scratch with performance in mind, it's an exciting and much-anticipated model.
12.50" x 8" x 10" Build Size - Single Jet - 1.6 mil Layer - Polycarbonate, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Nylon, Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE), Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Supported SINGLE HEAD WITH HEATED BED
Assembled and Calibrated ROBO 3D R1 Plus 3D printer includes all new linear motion and lead screws for better quality, performance, and consistency. Also includes a better filament feeding system for ease of use.
XYZprinting da Vinci 1.0 Aio - 3D printer - FFF - build size up to 7.87 in x 7.87 in x 7.48 in - layer: 0 in - USB 2.0
The da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3D Printer from XYZprinting allows you to adjust the temperature settings for the extruder nozzle and aluminum print bed, which makes it compatible with third-party 1.75mm filaments.
MakerBot Replicator + - 3D printer - FDM - build size up to 11.61 in x 7.68 in x 6.5 in - layer: 2.54 mil - USB, LAN, Wi-Fi(n), USB host
MakerBot Replicator Mini+ - 3D printer - FDM - build size up to 4.96 in x 4.96 in x 3.98 in - layer: 2.54 mil - USB, Wi-Fi(n)
XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 - 3D printer - FFF - build size up to 5.91 in x 5.91 in x 5.91 in - USB 2.0
XYZprinting da Vinci Mini - 3D printer - FFF - build size up to 5.91 in x 5.91 in x 5.91 in - layer: 0 in - USB, Wi-Fi
12.50" x 8" x 10" Build Size - Single Jet - 1.6 mil Layer - Polycarbonate, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Polypropylene, Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE), Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Supported SINGLE HEAD WITH NO HEATED BED
MakerBot Replicator Z18 - 3D printer - FDM - build size up to 18 in x 12 in x 12 in - layer: 2.54 mil - USB, LAN, USB host, Wi-Fi
MakerBot Education Bundle - 2 x MakerBot Replicator+, 2 x Smart Extruder+ - 3D printer - FDM - build size up to 11.61 in x 7.68 in x 6.3 in - layer: 2.54 mil - USB, LAN, Wi-Fi(n) with 3 years MakerCare Protection Plan
MakerBot Education Bundle - 2 x MakerBot Replicator+, 2 x Smart Extruder+ - 3D printer - FDM - build size up to 11.61 in x 7.68 in x 6.3 in - layer: 2.54 mil - USB, LAN, Wi-Fi(n) with 2 years MakerCare Protection Plan
The 2nd/3rd-Year Extended Warranty from Afinia extends the standard 1-year parts and labor warranty of the H480 3D Printer by an additional 2 years.
3D printing is basically the process of making three-dimensional solid objects out of a digital file crafted with CAD assistance through software like Blender or Tinkercad. It works by putting down layer after layer of material until the item is created in full. Using a 3D printer has its advantages. One major benefit is that it helps reduce one's overhead costs. For example, it only uses materials that are needed to build the item, instead of securing a big block of either plastic or metal and carving the item out of it. This makes it an environmentally satisfying methodology, as it creates less waste and helps shrinks the carbon footprint. Another way it can reduce cost lies with the savings one can muster in using less labor. One can just design the product and send that to the printer, rendering the need for additional manpower less relevant. 3D Printing also encourages greater creativity, especially since it gives users a chance to showcase prototypes faster than ever. At the same time, it helps mitigates risk by giving companies a chance to preview the item concerned, give feedback, and make any revisions if needed, before they can give the go-signal to commence with mass production. It also encourages personalization of items in order for them to best address their needs. Situations in which 3D printers come in handy include architecture with its use of scale models and maquettes, healthcare with its 3D-printed prosthetics and 3D-printing with human tissue, and entertainment industry with its props. Make sure to check out PCM not only to look into the best 3D printers out in the market, from a variety of manufacturers, like MakerBot or FlashForge.