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  • What Is The Best Low Budget Printer?

    Hi all,

    I am newbie. I hope all you are doing good in your field. I also want to know you. Keep share your thoughts and also I need advice. I am going to buy a new printer. But my budget is low. So give me a best suggestion which 3D cheap printer I should buy? Let me tell you all I am student also doing job. So I need a good printer which gives me satisfaction. I found some option but cant understand.Please share your opinion.

    Thanks

  • #2
    The Anet A8 printer is a very cheap one, and it has a good Quality. Yo can find it for about $150 on Gearbest

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    • #3
      I purchased XYZ Davinci jr printer for $269 on Amazon and doing a great Jon, you can see the video here
       

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      • #4
        Some may disagree but I found the Afinibot A3 to be a great first printer with positive reviews once assembled firmware comes installed and set up to begin printing check out the RobotShop for reviews and other printers their support is great but not their filament which is best to get from filament maker like filaments.ca

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        • #5
          The Anet A8 is a really solid choice. Lots of people love it. Also, if you want a really low budget printer then the Malyan M150 is good too. Its a i3 type clone but the quality is surprising.

          Regards,
          3DEX
          Trusted UK-based 3D printing supplier of high quality 3D printer filament. We stock 1.75mm PLA filament, ABS filament, Copper filament, Wood filament, Aluminium filament. Based in Suffolk, East Anglia, 3DEX is a friendly company with years of experience in an exciting and expanding industry.
          Will @ 3DEX Ltd / www.3dexfilament.co.uk

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          • #6
            There many. Most common design is Prussa i3 style . Avoid acrylic frame at all costs. Best printer to buy is the genuine Prussa Mk2 if you dont have so much money (wich eventually will pay upgrading a cheaper Chinese printer to make it work) try Build a Prussa I3 reworks that the closest to MK2

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            • #7
              Just a decade ago, a 3D printer cost more than $100,000. Today you can easily find a good cheap 3D printer for under 1000$.
              Printrbot Simple, QIDI TECH I, Robo 3D R1, Polar 3D Printer, UP mini 2, M3D Micro, Maker Select, MP Select Mini, Portabee Go etc 3D Printers are available under $1000 , but they have with limited features.

              To get more features & quality there are 3D printers & Filaments available here in Australia:
              1. Mankati E180 3D Printer
              2. Doogell Sirius 3D Printer

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