We help you find the best 3D printers for beginners, under $300 and more.
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.
The Creality LD-002R is a printer that struggles to carve out a place for itself in a market saturated with competition.
The Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K resin 3D printer offers high resolution ideally suited for making finely detailed models but utilizes a tedious calibration process that has a few quirks.
What if your Raspberry Pi could monitor your 3D print job, send a text, and pause your print if something looks awry?
The Elegoo Mars is an affordable printer with the quality and performance of a professional machine. It's an excellent 3D printer for both resin printing newbies and enthusiasts alike.
The 3Doodler Create+ 3D printing pen is easy and fun to use. However, it can be hard to get a clean look due to some functionality flaws.
3Doodler, maker of 3D printing pens like the Create+, announced today the 3Doodler App, which lets you draw right on the screen to make 3D prints.
HP announced sprout, an all-in-one system equipped with a 3D camera and designed for creators, and a 3D printing technology called HP Multi Jet Fusion.
MakerBot's new and improved Replicator 2 brings professional-grade 3D printing into the home for an affordable price.