This holiday season we will be keeping an eye out for the best deals on 3D Printers.
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.
Best 3D Printer Deals: Quick Links
- Creality K1 3D Printer: now $499 at Creality (was $599)
- Amazon: Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer: now $200 with coupon at Amazon (was $319)
- xTool: Save up to an extra $800 off Cyber Monday deals
- Amazon: Up to 30% off Elegoo printers
- Amazon: Up to 26% off Anycubic printers
- MatterHackers: Up to $500 Off 3D Printer Deals
- Anycubic: Save up to $280 on 3D printers
Best 3D Printer Deals
xTool P2 55W Desktop CO2 Laser Cutter: now $4,499 at xTool (was $4,999)
Save $500 on this desktop laser cutter. It may not be in the budget for the average hobbyist but is definitely a good investment for a small business with its ability to engrave on everything from 20mm thick walnut to clear acrylic.
xTool F1: now $1,499 at Amazon with coupon (was $1,799)
Save $360 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!
Alternatively Save $150 off directly from xTool when you use the code: XTCUT150 at checkout.
Anycubic Photon Ultra Resin 3D Printer: now $289 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 $1,199 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 $159 at Anycubic (was $209)
This Editor's choice 3D printer 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.
Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer: now $199 at Amazon with coupon (was $319)
The Creality Ender 3 V2 is a great beginner's printer and it is now at one of its best prices yet. The Ender 3 V2 is easy to assemble, requiring just a few screws to connect the print gantry to the base. This price is also available on the official Creality website but Prime users can take advantage of free shipping.
Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer: now $205 at Amazon with $14 off coupon (was $339)
Creality's Ender 2 Series of printers are the workhorses of the 3D printer community. They are cheap and dependable. The only issue is the lack of auto bed leveling. With a magnetic, removable build surface and a 220 x 220 x 250mm build volume, there is a lot to like.
Best 3D Printer Filament and Resin deals
Elegoo Mercury XS Bundle with Wash and Cure Station: now $249 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.
Sovol Filament Dryer: now $40 at Amazon (was $69)
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.
Anycubic 3D Printer Plant-Based Resin: now $29 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 (was $17)
Almost all 3D prints require some level of clean up or processing. Printing with a brim or setting a to0-low Z offset introduces a sharp edge to your prints.
Using a deburring tool is the smart way 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 is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.
Looked at the Anycubic Neo deal you listed but caught a flash sale deal and snagged the Anycubic Kobra 2 for $249.Reply