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BRESSER REX WIFI 3D Printer
BRESSER REX WIFI 3D Printer
£429.00
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Creality3D Halot-One CL-60 3D Resin Printer
Creality3D Halot-One CL-60 3D Resin Printer
£139.00
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Flashforge Inventor 3D printer Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) Wi-Fi
Flashforge Inventor 3D printer Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) Wi-Fi
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3Doodler Start 3D Pen Starter Pack 3DS-ESST-DGF-R
3Doodler Start 3D Pen Starter Pack 3DS-ESST-DGF-R
£47.69
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BRESSER T-REX 2 3D Printer with 2 Extruders
BRESSER T-REX 2 3D Printer with 2 Extruders
£866.80
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XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 - 3D Printer
XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 - 3D Printer
£289.01
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BRESSER REX II Wi-Fi 3D Printer
BRESSER REX II Wi-Fi 3D Printer
£1,319.00
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Flashforge Guider IIS / 2S v2 - with High Temp Extruder
Flashforge Guider IIS / 2S v2 - with High Temp Extruder
£1,695.00
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Raise3D Pro2 - Germany
Raise3D Pro2 - Germany
£4,164.00
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Creality3D CR-10 Smart 3D Printer
Creality3D CR-10 Smart 3D Printer
£349.96
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Anycubic Photon DLP 3D printer
Anycubic Photon DLP 3D printer
£149.00
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CreatBot DE Plus - Dual Extruder 1.75mm
CreatBot DE Plus - Dual Extruder 1.75mm
£2,795.00
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Zortrax M200 Plus
Zortrax M200 Plus
£2,479.00
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Artillery® Sidewinder X1 SW-X1 v4 - 3D Printer 300*300*400mm
Artillery® Sidewinder X1 SW-X1 v4 - 3D Printer 300*300*400mm
£399.00
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PrimaCreator P120 v4 - Blue
PrimaCreator P120 v4 - Blue
£199.00
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Vivedino Formbot Troodon - 300x300x400mm - Core XY Fully Enclosed
Vivedino Formbot Troodon - 300x300x400mm - Core XY Fully Enclosed
£1,695.00
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Snapmaker 2.0 3-in-1 3D Printer with Enclosure-A250
Snapmaker 2.0 3-in-1 3D Printer with Enclosure-A250
£1,949.00
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Wanhao Duplicator D12/500 - Dual Extruder - 500*500*500mm
Wanhao Duplicator D12/500 - Dual Extruder - 500*500*500mm
£839.00
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Sinterit Lisa Pro - SLS 3D Printer
Sinterit Lisa Pro - SLS 3D Printer
£13,890.00
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XYZprinting MultiCure180 Curing Chamber
XYZprinting MultiCure180 Curing Chamber
£659.00
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BIQU BX
BIQU BX
£499.00
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Mayku FormBox
Mayku FormBox
£599.00
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BCN3D Sigma D25
BCN3D Sigma D25
£4,159.00
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Voxelab Aquila - 220*220*250mm
Voxelab Aquila - 220*220*250mm
£169.00
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Myriwell 3D-Print Pen for 1.75mm Filament with LCD Display Blue
Myriwell 3D-Print Pen for 1.75mm Filament with LCD Display Blue
£39.90
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Zmorph i500
Zmorph i500
£7,615.00
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BRESSER SAURUS WIFI 3D Printer
BRESSER SAURUS WIFI 3D Printer
£359.00
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Flashforge Adventurer 3 3D printer Wi-Fi
Flashforge Adventurer 3 3D printer Wi-Fi
£521.46
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Raise3D Pro2 Plus - Germany
Raise3D Pro2 Plus - Germany
£5,948.00
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Creality CR-10 v3 - 30*30*40 cm large build size 3D printer
Creality CR-10 v3 - 30*30*40 cm large build size 3D printer
£439.00
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Anycubic Vyper
Anycubic Vyper
£359.00
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CreatBot F160
CreatBot F160
£1,395.00
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Zortrax M300 Plus
Zortrax M300 Plus
£3,915.00
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Artillery® Hornet - 3D Printer 220*220*250mm
Artillery® Hornet - 3D Printer 220*220*250mm
£229.00
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Vivedino Formbot Raptor 2.0+ - 400x400x700mm - New upgraded version
Vivedino Formbot Raptor 2.0+ - 400x400x700mm - New upgraded version
£995.00
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Snapmaker 2.0 3-in-1 3D Printer with Enclosure-A350
Snapmaker 2.0 3-in-1 3D Printer with Enclosure-A350
£2,349.00
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Wanhao Duplicator D12/300 - Dual Extruder - 300*300*400mm
Wanhao Duplicator D12/300 - Dual Extruder - 300*300*400mm
£419.00
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Sinterit Lisa Set - SLS 3D Printer package
Sinterit Lisa Set - SLS 3D Printer package
£14,637.00
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XYZprinting EeezCure180 Curing Chamber
XYZprinting EeezCure180 Curing Chamber
£529.00
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BIQU B1 3D Printer Black
BIQU B1 3D Printer Black
£259.00
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3D printers

A 3D printer is a special machine with which you can produce three-dimensional models. You can use a variety of materials, whether solid or liquid, metal, plastic or sand. Most 3D printers are used in industry to create specific parts or prototypes. But 3D printers are constantly evolving and becoming more popular in the home as well. So they offer you many exciting possibilities to create your own three-dimensional workpieces at home.
A 3D printer can work with a wide variety of materials, such as liquid plastic, powdered metal or even ceramics and sand. There are various printing processes for creating three-dimensional workpieces. In most cases, the material is heated to a very high temperature and liquefied. In the meantime, it is sprayed layer by layer onto a work plate, similar to a conventional printer. With the help of laser beams, the material is hardened and your 3D model is ready. This layer-by-layer process is called additive manufacturing.
There are several different printing methods for a 3D printer. The best known is the FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) method, which is best suited for home use. This process is similar to a hot glue gun: material is heated, liquefied, deformed, and then hardened. The method is relatively cheap and fast, but it is not always very precise. The parts produced are very resilient, but have a noticeable corrugation.
Another method is the SLS/SLM method (Selective Laser Sintering/Melting). Here only powder is used as material and no filament. The three-dimensional object is created by spreading the powder evenly and thinly and then hardening it with a laser beam. This method is relatively expensive and has so far only been used in industry. There is also the SLA method (stereolithography). For this, a basin of synthetic resin and a UV laser are used, which produce particularly fine, precise 3D objects from synthetic resin. So far, stereolithography is also only possible in industry.
A 3D printer usually takes a relatively long time to create prints. Of course, this depends on what you are printing and the size and complexity of the object. The more nooks and crannies it has, the more complex it is and the longer it will take to create. For example, a small whistle can be created in an hour. An espresso cup will take several hours, while a coffee cup will take at least half a day.
There are many different materials for your 3D printer. Some are inexpensive and especially suitable for beginners, others are very demanding to process. You can find the different materials in numerous online shops and order them conveniently to your home. Your local hardware store is also sure to have a variety of materials for your 3D printer.
It's hard to say in general how much space you need for your 3D printer. Depending on how large and complex the objects and models you want to build are, 3D printers have a different build space size. This determines how big the machine is. Keep in mind that a 3D printer is not comparable in size to a traditional printer. You need much more space and should also look for a suitable place because of the high noise level.
You need different software to create models. There is usually a distinction between 3D design and modeling software and 3D scanning software. Some are free and ideal for beginners, while others are more sophisticated and costly.
The most popular 3D modeling and 3D design software are Autodesc 123D, Thinker CAD, Fusion 360, Blender, Grab CAD, Free CAD, Sketch up, Open SCAD and Simplify 3D. Some of the most popular slicer and 3D printer software include Cura, Repetier Host, Slic3r and Replicator G.
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