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    Beginner Printer



    Hi,


    I'm looking at purchasing a 3d printer as a beginner. I'm brand new with 3d printing but I want to have a play around.

    I've had a look at a couple of the cheaper ones such as the ones listed below but I'm not sure which one is the best or if I should be looking for something else maybe a little pricier?
    I didn't find these listed in the sticky so dunno if they're any good.



    Thanks.

    #2
    Hey, here's a link you may find useful - it compares 15 different printers across multiple categories and there's something for anyone - including beginners and those who just wanna play around with the printer. Out of your three, I really like the Comgrow one.
    Want to start 3D printing but can't find a good 3D printer with all the choices out there? We've done the hard work and found the best 3D printers out there!

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      #3
      If you are new to 3D printing and want to learn 3D printing – Where to begin ?. Are you interested in hardware, or would you like to focus on results – creating objects? You may decide to answer this question whether you need to purchase a pre-assembled 3D Printer or a DIY 3D Printer kit.

      https://best3d-printers.com/

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        #4
        I'm glad my first printer was a davinci.Quick to print,and learn with at the time,for me. After 1600 hrs of great prints and modifications to the nfc reader so I can use what filament I wanted.I now own the 2018 Tevo Tornado and love it.If I had gone with a kit printer first I might not still have one. There's a lot of math with these things. HAPPY PRINTING!

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          #5
          Hi there. over the past 6 years we have developed several products, including 3D printers. We want to introduce our newest system. The 3D printer called Geauxbot and our online learning system, www.3dxstream-university.com.
          We combined 3d printing, education, and DIY into one system. Our unique approach gives us an advantage in the industry. You can learn more here: www.3d-xstream.com for our main website or visit www.free3dprinter.org. Thank you all for your continued support.

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            #6
            I highly recomend the Creality series printers for starting out especially the Ender 3. They are quick and easy to set up, they have a HUGE support community, and are easily modded to meet your needs. The downside, like most entry level printers, the Ender 3 will require more user input than higher priced printers. For me, that helped jumpstart the learning cuve.

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              #7
              https://www.3d-xstream.com/product/small-3d-printer/ Take a look at our new one.

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                #8
                I have used a Printer Bot to print and build a prosthetic hand. But it is not currently useable. I want to buy a new printer with a bigger plate. And was thinking of buying TRONXY XY-3 3D Printer Pro. It does have good reviews.
                Please let me know what you think.

                https://www.amazon.com/TRONXY-Printi.../dp/B07RKK2P6P

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