10 Best Cheap 3D Printers for Beginners To Print Anything

Da Vinci Mini https://amzn.to/2O1StC5
Select Mini https://amzn.to/2pmuSxH
FlashForge Finder https://amzn.to/2QHHbBl
CoLiDo DIY Printer https://amzn.to/2NqM9UQ
Neva https://amzn.to/2xnl1My
UpMini 2 https://amzn.to/2xzgx4T
Comgrow Creality Ender 3 https://amzn.to/2QOICOu
Anycubic i3 Mega https://amzn.to/2NsmJGH
Anet Auto Leveling A8 https://amzn.to/2ODCvLs
TEVO Tarantula I3 https://amzn.to/2NpKfEg

Ever since they became available to your average consumer, 3D printers have caught the eye of every person who is into crafting and engineering. For a while now, these devices cost a fortune and, because of this, they were off limits for the majority of people. But thanks to the technological progress made in the past few years, we are now able to buy a decent 3D printer for as little as $200, and in the following minutes we’re going to help you make the best possible decision and show you our top choices when it comes to 10 of the best cheap 3D printers.


building men says:

I’m getting the Anet a8, I have seen better benches and it takes about 5h to make, nice vidio. 🙂

keith bryan says:

How many inches is the flashforge finder

Fowl says:

Well done guys, nice video!

nabin offical says:

Please tell about tronxy xy-2

Jhonatan neppas says:

That pag 0:44

Jhonatan neppas says:

Please share Links to download files

Hitesh Lad says:

Great video. Can you do a video on the other end of the scale and highlight some premium printers sub-commercial level? Thanks.

Budget Ten says:

how about the FlashForge Finder 3d printer ?

Master Chief says:

Do not get the monoprice! Read reviews, the heating bed goes out in a matter of a few months and their customer support is nonexistent.

RogueSquadron_ CC4572 says:

Ender 3 is the BOMB!

Sooner Science Nerd says:

Maneki nekos figurines?

Muller-Fall, the piece of paper says:

*Don’t get so exited, they’re noisy. cost alot. slow, and need alot of support to print on or else it comes out shit*

i have one myself

VitalxRyan says:

How big of models can these make? Wha one would be best to make a high quality red hood mask (superhero)?

mike shramowiat says:

Anycubic kossel line at plus is only $240 and does great prints. Has auto leveling and large print area.
Bought a Tronxy before but had lot of problems with it.

Pyr0Maniac YT says:

Dont buy the ender, i got it and it was a piece of shit… nothing worked plus the instructions are written in broken english, get a monoprice select v2 pro instead. Those only take an hour to assemble, plus levelings fairly easy

Jeton Oyunlar says:

I think TronXY X5S is the best option.

John Woods says:

Just some advice for next time but maybe you could include what you get on a budget printer vs a top end printer and show examples of quality differences or size or whatever. Anyway thanks

Martin Jasiak says:

Creality Ender 3. Full stop. You print in ABS and get quality almost equal to SLA. I love mine, and have printed an entire army of miniatures with it already. Most of these printers are simply inferior. There is no escape when it comes to learning curve. Printing is hard to learn. Learning design programs is equally hard. Take your time, but for god’s sake at least buy a good enough printer that allows you to progress. Let me know if any of you have any questions.

Krzysztof says:

Nab question, why Creality 10 or 10s isnt on this list? Half a year ago, when i was searching for 3D printer it seem very promising

Zefurr says:

My da Vinci mini broke on my first damn print

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