Best 3D Printing Black Friday Deals Windows Central 2019
Black Friday is the best time of year to hunt for 3D printers. The prices are low, and the range is always excellent. This year, resin printers have moved to the forefront, and Black Friday is no exception. You can pick up some fantastic deals on these printers right here.
The Flashforge was one of my first dual extrusion 3D printers, and it has stood the test of time. With two extruders, you can print multiple colors or multiple materials in one model, which expands your creative possibilities immensely. The Flashforge sells typically at $800, so the $637 is a decent saving.
At a certain point in your 3D printing career, you may want to move from being a hobbyist to something more advanced. The Ultimaker 2 + is the printer you should be looking at when that moment comes. It is fantastic at just about everything you could want a printer to do, and It’s $500 off today with the code BLKFRI.
For just $180 — after adding the $15 coupon offer — you can own a resin printer capable of producing quality models like you wouldn’t believe. I cannot stress enough how good a deal this is. If there are any left in stock, you should buy one, maybe two. Remember though, resin printing requires more prep time and can be dangerous if you aren’t prepared.
Large build plate 3D printers are still relatively rare, and tiny 400-by-400-by-450 mm printers are rarer still. The ANYCUBIC Chiron is a pretty great printer if you take the time to dial it in, and that size build plate would allow you to print just about anything you could imagine.
The Snapmaker isn’t just a 3D printer; it’s a portal to making things you’ve always dreamed about. It has 3D printing sure, but it can also do laser etching and CNC milling just as easily. Let your imagination free with this 3-in-1 machine.
With a $70 saving, the Elfin is an excellent choice for a resin printer. The software is a little janky, but it has a Wi-Fi connection, something very few resin printers have. You also get that fantastic print quality that comes with resin printing. Any resin printer under $300 is worth looking out for.
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If you are starting on this maker journey, then you would do well to pick up the Flashforge Creator. It’s a fantastic printer, with dual extrusion, and at a $160 discount, it’s a no-brainer. If you want to try your hand at multi-material printing, the Flasforge is a great place to start.
Of course, if you want to get into resin printing — and you should, it’s incredible — then the Nova3d Elfin may be the way to go. It’s a good printer, and the Wi-Fi is a great addition, but the Longer Orange is just $180, and that’s hard to beat. Under $200 for resin quality really is a steal. I would recommend grabbing one if you can.
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