We talk a lot about 3D printing over at Windows Central and have spent hundreds of hours using multiple printers and accessories to bring you the best 3D printing deals around. This Prime Day Amazon has a lot of 3D printers at discount prices, so we've rounded up the very best here.


Staff pick

This is my favorite cheap SLA printer, and at this Prime Day price, you would be crazy not to buy it. I have two and would happily buy a third. The details that this device can print are mind-blowing.

From $320 at Amazon

Dremel dreaming: Dremel Digilab 3D40 Idea Builder

This Dremel is quickly becoming a favorite for schools due to its reliability and the safety its enclosure gives you. It's simple to use and allows you to use a lot of different materials.

From $840 at Amazon

Dream cheaper: Dremel Digilab 3D20 3D Printer, Idea Builder

If you can't afford to drop the $900 for the Dremel 3D40 but want the same sort of features, then the 3D20 may be for you. It has a smaller build plate but a lot of the same features as the 3D40, including the safety of an enclosure.

From $420 at Amazon

Yummy printing: WiibooxSweetin Intelligent Sliver Home DIY 3D Desktop Food Chocolate Printer

I haven't managed to try this printer personally though I have seen it working. It's such a cool idea to have 3D printable food — imagine chocolate in any shape you want! Delicious.

From $960 at Amazon

Snapmaker: Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D Printer (3D Printing/CNC Carving/Laser Engraving)

We've used the Snapmaker a lot and enjoy the all-in-one aspect of it. If you are looking at making as a hobby, not just 3D printing, then having a CNC mill, laser cutter, and 3D printer all rolled into one is a great starter option.

From $640 at Amazon

large scale deltas (3D Printing): Monoprice Delta PRO 3D Printer

When you want to make fast, accurate, and tall models, you really should have a delta printer. The Delta Pro from Monoprice has a large build volume and some advanced features like a self-leveling glass bed. It looks fantastic, and it's $250 off.

From $950 at Amazon

Entry model for kids: Monoprice 133820 Voxel 3D Printer

The Voxel is purpose-built to make 3D printing as simple as possible. Everything is plug and play, and the interface is designed with younger people in mind. If the result is more important than the journey for you, this is a good machine.

From $320 at Amazon

Large scale: TRONXY XY-3 3D Printer Pro

The Tronxy printer does not mess around. With 310-by-310-by-330mm of print space, the Tronxy can be used to make huge scale prints for a meager price. Buy this if you are looking to get into cosplay or want to take on other large scale jobs.

From $232 at Amazon

Massive scale: ANYCUBIC Chiron

As your build volume gets bigger, the technology becomes harder to make. Anycubic has done a great job at making a monster with 15.75-by-15.75-by-17.72 inches that can print full-size helmets with ease. These printers take patience to get right, but when you succeed, they are worth their weight in gold.

From $400 at Amazon

Community favorite: Creality Ender 3

The Creality Ender 3 was already a great deal for anyone with the time to get it tuned in, but now it's a steal for Prime Day. Get one, heck, get two, and start 3D printing straight away!

From $185 at Amazon

Multi material: Moasic Palette 2

While not strictly a 3D printer, the Palette 2 makes the list because of how great it is. The device allows you to print with five different colors on a printer designed to only print with one, and it does it effortlessly.

From $500 at Amazon

Good deals all round

All of these deals make 3D printing more accessible for everyone, but having the Anycubic Photon at such a low price feels criminal. It is an excellent machine even when it is $200 more.

If you already have a printer and want to take it to the next level, then the Palette 2 is a great choice this Prime Day, making multi-color and multi-material prints possible.

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