3D printing costs: which is the best cheap 3D printer?

3D printing costs: which is the best cheap 3D printer?
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When it comes to buy a 3D printer, price is a very important issue for sure. But despite the 3D printing costs, there’s another issue that you can’t neglect: the quality.

 

If you want to start your own projects with the help of 3D printing, you just can’t buy any printer on the market. There are several desktop 3D printers that you can choose from but beware: some low cost 3D printers can be a bad investment since they will give you a poor final product.

 

But that doesn’t mean you have to buy expensive 3D printers with high 3D printing costs in order to succeed with your projects. We believe that most of them are completely overpriced.

 

At CraftUnique we don’t want to bring you the cheap 3D printer on the market but the best quality desktop 3D printer for the very affordable price of $670 – and that’s why we created CraftBot because we want to help you print your future. And that makes all the diference.

 

Here are only 4 of the many reasons why you should get a CraftBot if you are planning to buy a 3 printing machine:

 

1. CraftBot can actually print large objects: 250x200x200 mm, approx. 10x8x8 in, it has one of the biggest build volume in its class. Low cost 3D printer Mod-t for exemple only costs $249 but only prints 150x100x125mm. Even MakerBot Replicator 2 that costs $1999 only prints 285x153x155 mm! So the question is: is it really worth so low or so high 3D printing costs? Do you really want to print chairs for ants?

 

2. We designed CraftBot with a heatable build platform to avoid 3D printing to bend or warp. On our competitors group all the low cost 3D printers don’t have a heated bed. Only Ultimaker 2 has it – but the printer costs $2550. Is it really worth?

 

3. We created a removable build platform to eliminate the unnecessary injuries caused by reaching into the machine to remove the 3D printed object. Once again our low cost 3D printer competitors don’t have one, only MakerBot Replicator 2 has it – but will you spend $1999 just because of that?

 

4. CraftBot is the only one to have a colour touchscreen display that will help you a lot controlling your printer – compared to the main ones in our class. Once again, it isn’t worth the so low or so high 3D printing costs because, for a very affordable price, you can get a better product.

 

We believe that 3D printing will be a game changer on the near future and that’s why we want to help you print your future. So beware of 3D printing costs: very cheap may also mean poor and expensive may also mean that you are paying much more than what it should cost.

 

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