We help you find the best 3D printers for beginners, under $300 and more.
Designed with speed in mind, the sensor-rich Prusa SL1S Speed resin MSLA 3D printer benefits from a robust ecosystem that enables fast, trouble-free printing from a rock-solid platform.
The Flashforge Adventurer 4 is a machine designed for the prosumer market, but we had a hard time getting past some of the issues present in this 3D printer.
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A strong contender in the sub-$200 market, the Elegoo Neptune 2 is a well-built 3D printer with features usually not seen at this price point, but it might not be ideal for a first machine.
Balancing advanced features with a simple-to-use interface, the FlashForge Adventurer 3 Lite is a strong contender for teachers or students looking for a reliable and capable 3D printer.
Despite a price tag well under $200, the Longer Orange 10 is unlikely to take a slice of the MSLA resin 3D printer market due to its weak performance when compared to similarly priced machines.
With an outer space theme and the white outer frame to match, the Monoprice Cadet is a small-format 3D printer designed for space cadets of all ages.
The Creality LD-002R is a printer that struggles to carve out a place for itself in a market saturated with competition.
The Anycubic Photon Mono is an MSLA resin 3D printer that offers fast print speeds, highly-detailed models, and a seamless user experience at a very-affordable price.