5 Best 3D Printers under $300 (September. 2017)
Over the years, printing has mainly been done on one dimension. Recently, three dimension printing has taken the world by storm. Before acquiring a 3D printing machine, there are a number of properties that should be considered. These include; the efficiency, effectiveness and easiness of use. Here is a review of some of the best 3D printers under $300 and their features.
|Rank||3D Printer||Price||Quality||Editor Rating|
|1||FLSUN 3D Printer||$$||A|
|2||Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer||$||A|
|3||Anet A8 - Prusa i3 DIY 3D Printer||$||A|
|5||New Matter MOD-t Desktop 3D Printer||$$||A|
1. FLSUN 3D Printer Prusa i3
The Flusun Prusa is by far one of the best printers in its category. It has also been praised as being one of the easiest to use and having impressive printing results. It measures 18.1 x 16.5 x 15.8 inches making it quite economical on space. It has two spools of PLA filament, aluminum heated bed and 3D Printer kits & software. It comes with a powerful extruder E3D V5 long distance J head and metal chassis. This guarantees stability and accurate printing. This good 3D printer fitted with a twin-fan cooling system. This reduces instances of overheating and jamming. With an integrated mother board, this printer is quite easy to assemble and printer speeds reach up to 150mm/s. It comes with synchronous 2GT-6 for accurate and straightened printing.
2. Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer
This is another top of the class 3D printer. The Monoprice comes as one of the smallest yet powerful printers in this price range. It is also user friendly and anyone can operate it. It measures 11.3 x 7.5 x 13.5 inches and weighs just 9.9 pounds. It supports all filaments types. It will easily support basic filaments like ABS and PLA and more sophisticated filaments like dissolvable & conductive PLA, metal and wood. This 3D printer is small enough to easily fit small desktops also supports Micro USB and MicroSD card connectivity. It is also PC and Mac compatible. It comes fully assembled. Making it ready to print upon purchase.
3. Anet A8 – Prusa i3 DIY 3D Printer
This is another impressive printer and out-performer in its category. The Anet-Prusa comes as a powerful and durable printer and of the best in its category. This printer is easy to assemble with video instructions. This makes it best 3D printer for beginners. It will easily print a variety of filaments including ABS, PLA, and TPU, wood poly, PVA, PP, nylon and luminescent filament. This 3D printer also comes with acrylic XY axis which guarantees accuracy of up to 0.012mm. It also comes with a large printing area and very capable NEMA17 motors to navigate the print-space.
4. ALUNAR 3D Desktop Printer Prusa i3
The Alunar 3D easy to use printer with a detailed video instruction also guarantees durability, accuracy and quality. It comes as one of the best printers in its category made of high quality material for durability. It supports many 3D filament types including ABS and PLA, wood and metal. Ensure quality performance with LCD screen, easy to use buttons. Alunar’s customer service has been praised as an effective one. If you want a very efficient printer that can work non-stop than this 3D printer is best for you, because it work more than 1000 hours non-stop.
5. New Matter MOD-t Desktop 3D Printer
This is definitely one of the best 3D printers with some of the coolest features. It comes as one of the most eco-friendly 3D printers in its category. It measures 17 x 20 x 19 inches and weighs just 19.8 pounds, making it space friendly and easily portable. It is elegantly simple. It comes as a sophisticated printer and also easy to assemble and use. This printer is easily configured to Wi-Fi. One can print from their phone, tablet and computer. This 3D printer under $300 is quiet, easy to use and also very durable.
If you are looking for an affordable 3D printer within 300 bucks, then the above are the best printers in that category. Be sure to sign and register the warranty for any printer purchased.
Disclaimer: We check & update the list every month. Some product prices may have changed since our latest update. Last Date of Update: 2nd October, 2017