This Prime Day has already given us some fantastic deals, and the 3D printing world is no different. We've been looking through all the various deals and pulled together some of our favorite deals on printers and accessories. We will keep updating this post over the two days of Prime.
- Big but budget: Anycubic Mega
- Beautiful prints: SUNLU Rainbow PLA Filament
- Big and tall: FLSUN QQ-S Delta 3D Printer
- Double the fun: BIBO Dual Extruder 3D Printer
- Your first resin printer: Anet N4
- Buy it in bulk: 3D Solutech Real White 3D Printer PLA Filament
- Dream big: Dremel Digilab 3D20 3D Printer
- Pop up enclosure: Creality 3D Printer Tent
- Create wonders: Mosaic Palette 2
The Anycubic Mega is a well-designed 3D printer equipped with a huge 300mm x 300mm build plate. One of the best things about a large build volume is the ability to print objects without the need to slice them into pieces. You could print an entire Mandolorian helmet on one of these bad boys.
Beautiful filament is hard to come by at a reasonable price, so anytime it discounts is an excellent time to buy. This rainbow filament makes some fantastic looking models and is well worth the purchase. The Prime Day deal is only a small discount, but it is enough to make it worth an investment.
Delta printers are a little different from the regular printers you might own since they have the advantage of height. Make big and tall prints for less with the FLSUN delta 3D on discount.
When you are ready to try something new in 3D printing, your first port of call should be dual extrusion. With two nozzles, the Bibo can print two different colors, two different filament types, or even two models at the same time! The possibilities really open up when you have a dual extruder.
While the Anet N4 is striking to look at, as I said in my review, it is only a serviceable resin printer. But for this discount price, it is a great place to start resin printing. It may not be the most magical machine, but it will get the job done.
PLA filament is the filament you are likely to use most. Anytime you can grab a bundle of it for cheap is a good day, and today is a good day to get some. 3D Solutech makes really solid filament that you can use for most of your projects, especially if you will be finishing it with paint and sanding.
The Dremel Digilab is an excellent printer for families or people who want to use ABS or ASA materials. Because of the built-in enclosure, the Digilab can print more exotic materials than an open printer, and it can keep little hands from touching hot things.
If you want to print certain filaments like ABS, you will need to make sure your printer is warm and free from drafts. This fireproof tent helps the Ender 3 you've just bought above print fantastic prints for ABS.
When it comes to multi-material printing Mosaic has created something special with the Palette 2. This box can load four different filament colors or types and will splice them together to allow your standard printer to print them in perfect harmony. Seeing these models in glorious multi-color is a sight to behold.
Print amazing things
Prime Day is one of the best days to start 3D printing or expand your 3D printing arsenal. With so many printers like Anet N4 and the Bibo dual extruder at discount prices, the excuses as to why you shouldn't own a 3D printer get less and less by the minute.
If you are looking to build bigger things, then the Anycubic Mega with its large build plate might be the right printer for you. It's big and reliable, two things you really need in a 3D printer.
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