ByGB Blog Official 2017-08-04 20485
If you are a maker, a DIY enthusiast, love arts & crafts or simply want to see what all the hype is about, you're in luck. Get creative with one of the 5 best 3D printer DIY kits for under USD$300 and bring all your dream projects to life.
Now available for the discount price of USD$269.99, the Zonestar 3D Printing Kit comes with a nice feature set and boasts simple assembly and high performance.
Featuring a stainless sheet metal frame, the printer offers a stable working environment and offer a build volume of 220mm x 220mm x 240mm. The printer supports offline printing and comes with the maximum speed of 150mm/s.
Save USD$20 and you can get the Heacent i3 3D Printer DIY Kit (USD$240.61). This bad boy also comes with some strong characteristics:
200mm x 200mm x 180mm build volume, 100mm/s printing speed, supports SD card printing and features 0.1 - 0.4mm layer resolution. With a strong acrylic frame, the printer is durable and precise. One of the highlights of the model is the 0.3mm nozzle diameter.
Take off another USD$40 and you get yourself the Ender Desktop DIY Kit. With this model, you will have a slightly smaller printing area of 150mm x 150mm x 200mm.
The nozzle diameter is the standard 0.4mm and you get a nice printing speed of 200mm/s. The Ender DIY Kit supports offline printing and various filaments from the standard PLA and ABS to the more exotic rubber and wood.
At only USD$159.73, the Tronxy 3D Printer DIY Kit has everything needed to get you started and is suitable for most home printing projects.
The printer comes with the 140mm x 120mm x 130mm printing area, supports multiple 3D filaments, as well as a mini LCD screen, off-line printing and the speed of 100mm/s. Stainless steel rail rods, gears, bearings and connectors ensure a smooth performance and a great printing experience, especially for amateur users and hobbyists.
Anet is a big name in 3D printing — and getting the A8 Desktop DIY Printing Kit for USD$155.99 is a real bargain. Made from piano-black laser-cut acrylic frame, the printer comes with a stylish look and Anet's signature quality and feature set.
The printing volume is 220mm x 220mm x 240mm and the printing speed: 100mm/s. As most Anet printers, this model is characterized by high precision, a strong and durable build (aluminum base + acrylic plate) and supports an extended range of filaments: ABS, PLA, wood, nylon, PP, glow-in-the-dark and more.
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