Best 3D Printer Deals 2024

Best 3D Printer Deals 2024

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Whether looking for your first 3D printer or an old pro looking for an upgrade or a second machine, you can find great savings. There are loads of fantastic 3D printer deals on FDM and resin models, including some of our favorites.

There are so many promotions separating the hype from the actual bargains is difficult. Fortunately, we're doing some legwork for you, combing through the best deals on printers from Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, Anycubic, and other retailers.

We're tracking all the 3D Printer deals below and any savings on consumables and accessories to make it easier for you to stock up on supplies such as filament or resin.   

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Elegoo Neptune 4 Pro: now $284 at Amazon

Elegoo Neptune 4 Pro: now $284 at Amazon (was $359)
Fast print speeds, a direct drive extruder, and linear rods make this speed demon a great choice for speed and quality 3D prints.           

Elegoo Neptune 3 Pro: now $199 at Amazon  

Elegoo Neptune 3 Pro: now $199 at Amazon  (was $300)
This 3D printer comes with a direct drive suitable for use with TPU, PETG, and PLA, auto bed leveling, and a heated flex PEI textured platform making it easy to use. Assembly takes less than an hour (seven screws) and produces clean, detailed prints. See our review for more performance details.      

xTool P2 55W Desktop CO2 Laser Cutter: now $4,149 at xTool

xTool P2 55W Desktop CO2 Laser Cutter: now $4,149 at xTool (was $4,999)
Save $500 on this desktop laser cutter. It may not be in the budget for the average hobbyist but it is a good investment for a small business with its ability to engrave on everything from 20mm thick walnut to clear acrylic.      

Creality K1 3D Printer: now $429 at Creality

Creality K1 3D Printer: now $429 at Creality (was $599)
The speedy, Core XY-style printer delivers smooth prints at up to 600 mm/s or ten times a regular 3D printer. Apply the coupon to get it at this price.    

xTool F1: now $1,499 at Amazon with coupon

xTool F1: now $1,499 at Amazon with coupon (was $1,799)
Save $200 off this 2-in-1 Dual Laser Engraver, our Best Portable Laser Engraver pick. It's fast, handy, and outputs accurate prints. Just click on the coupon to save!

Anycubic Photon Ultra Resin 3D Printer: now $349 at Anycubic

Anycubic Photon Ultra Resin 3D Printer: now $349 at Anycubic (was $599)
For your resin printing needs look no further than the Anycubic Photon Ultra, this 3D resin printer is faster and quieter than the previous Anycubic Photon, and can help you create resin models and miniatures for your favorite hobbies.  

xTool D1 Pro 20 W: now $899 at xTool

xTool D1 Pro 20 W: now $899 at xTool (was $1,400)

This prosumer diode laser printer can cut through up to 10mm thick wood. Easy to use and capable of engraving wood, card stock, leather, acrylic, and metal. It comes with safety accessories and free software to get you started right away. It's easy to see why we gave this printer an Editor's Choice in our review

Anycubic Kobra Go: now $189 at Anycubic

Anycubic Kobra Go: now $189 at Anycubic (was $209)
One of the Best Budget 3D Printers, the Kobra Go features auto bed leveling and a build volume of 220 x 220 x 250 mm this Bowden tube-fed printer is the ideal way to get started with 3D printing. The heated PEI spring steel print bed makes removing prints a breeze.   

Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K LCD Resin 3D Printer: now $427 at Amazon  

Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K LCD Resin 3D Printer: now $427 at Amazon  (was $485)
This high-resolution resin printer scored Editor's Choice in our review and for good reason. It produces wonderfully detailed prints out of the box. The 165 x 72 x 180mm build volume is generous and capable of much more than trinkets.     

Elegoo Saturn 2 8K Resin Printer: now $299 at Amazon

Elegoo Saturn 2 8K Resin Printer: now $299 at Amazon (was $364)
Offering super high-resolution resin 3D printing, air purification, and a generous 219 x 123 x 250mm build volume, Elegoo's Saturn 2 8K 3D printer is a great addition to your workshop. Printing with resin is more involved than FDM, but the results speak for themselves. Delicate and fine details are crisp and fast using this great resin 3D printer. When we reviewed this printer, we gave it our Editor's Choice award.

Anycubic Kobra 2 3D Printer: now $299 at Amazon

Anycubic Kobra 2 3D Printer: now $299 at Amazon (was $319)
This is a fast and affordable machine, great for beginner hobbyists. It has a direct drive, color LCD touch screen, and auto leveling. Check out our review for more performance info. 

Anycubic Photon Mono 2 Resin 3D Printer: Now $229 at Amazon

Anycubic Photon Mono 2 Resin 3D Printer: Now $229 at Amazon (was $269)

Super detailed 3D prints are what resin 3D printers were made for. This cost-reduced, entry-level machine may lack a premium finish, but it packs in the detail for your prints.

Best 3D Printer Filament and Resin deals

2-Pack Elegoo PLA Plus: $25 at Amazon

2-Pack Elegoo PLA Plus: $25 at Amazon (was $27)
PLA Plus is a stronger version of PLA. While not as tough as PETG, PLA Plus is strong enough, and prints using the same profile as PLA. We've used PLA Plus in a number of projects and found Elegoo's to be perfect for strong, functional prints. 

This two-pack is ideal for makers who want to stock up on filament to feed their latest 3D printer purchase.

Elegoo Mercury XS Bundle with Wash and Cure Station: now $179 at Amazon

Elegoo Mercury XS Bundle with Wash and Cure Station: now $179 at Amazon (was $299)
This bundle offers a faster and more efficient way of post-processing your print models. There is one station for curing and another station for cleaning, allowing you to do both jobs at the same time. Compatible with Elegoo Saturn and Mars series 3D printers.

Glow in The Dark Filament Bundle: now $33 at Amazon  

Glow in The Dark Filament Bundle: now $33 at Amazon  (was $43)
This glow-in-the-dark filament bundle is marked down to $41 and includes four individual spools of 1.75mm filament. This filament is PLA and sold by iSanmate. 

Overture PLA Filament (1kg): now $15 at Amazon  

Overture PLA Filament (1kg): now $15 at Amazon  (was $17)
Overture, a reliable brand in the filament space, has deep reductions on all of its colors of PLA, 1.75mm filament. 

Sovol Filament Dryer: now $46 at Amazon with coupon

Sovol Filament Dryer: now $46 at Amazon with coupon (was $59)
Filament which has absorbed moisture just makes for a horrible printing experience. TPU and PETG become a mess on the print bed. Using this filament dryer will keep you filament dry and they are ready to use via the feeder tube on the lid.

Pop the spools in the dryer, set the timer and temperature and your filament will be dehydrated and ready to print your next project.

Elegoo Water Washable 3D Printer Resin: now $28 at Amazon

Elegoo Water Washable 3D Printer Resin: now $28 at Amazon (was $49)
This resin from Elegoo is water washable, making the finishing process much easier to complete. This discount applies to multiple colors but not all of them.      

Elegoo 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin: now $16 at Amazon

Elegoo 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin: now $16 at Amazon (was $32)
This photopolymer resin is designed to reduce printing time and to reduce volume shrinkage during the curing process to ensure a smooth finish. Suitable for most DLP/LCD 3D printers. Less odor than other resins.

Anycubic 3D Printer Plant-Based Resin: now $23 at Amazon

Anycubic 3D Printer Plant-Based Resin: now $23 at Amazon (was $35)
With high-speed solidification and low odor, this photopolymer resin is made from soybean oil which offers better environmental protection. It is compatible with most resin 3D printers and the large 1Kg bottle will keep you printing for a while.      

AFA Tooling - Deburring Tool: now $14 at Amazon

AFA Tooling - Deburring Tool: now $14 at Amazon (was $15)
Almost all 3D prints require some level of cleanup or processing. Printing with a brim or setting a too-low Z offset introduces a sharp edge to your prints.
Using a deburring tool is the smart way to remove sharp edges and burrs from your prints. Don't use a knife, you will leave a nasty gash in the plastic and, probably your fingers!

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Stewart Bendle
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Stewart Bendle is a deals and coupon writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices and coupon codes for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.

  • mickrc3
    Looked at the Anycubic Neo deal you listed but caught a flash sale deal and snagged the Anycubic Kobra 2 for $249.
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