It’s 2018 and any 3D printer worth buying will cost $1000 or more, right? After years of following desktop 3D printing I chose the Anet A8 as my first step into 3D printing. I wanted to prove that this cheap $160 DIY 3D printer isn’t necessarily total junk.
If you want to get into 3D printing and your goal is to open the box, plug in the printer, and start printing quality prints, you shouldn’t get this printer. However, if you’re like me and you really enjoy the building and fine tuning process just as much as using the machine, I would highly recommend this printer. This printer allowed me to delve into the world of 3D printing without breaking the bank.
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