Top 5 3D Printers of 2019

Best 3D printers of 2019

The use of 3D printing technologies are increased in this generation and lot of innovations on 3D printers are released over the decade and some are still on research. If you’re looking for the best 3D printers, then you’ve come to the right place, as we’ve listed the top five 3D printing machines which are the best home 3D printers that can sit on a table or desk, and are ideal for beginners, as well as professional 3D printers that can produce large-volume 3D models.

XYZ Printing DA Vinci Mini

XYZ Printing DA Vinci Mini is one of the best 3D printers in the market and also affordable when your budget is limited. Because of its easy-to-use interface, it remains easiest and affordable ways to get clean, attractive prints of 3D objects, with only a few glitches. It has Good preset options that provide the best balance between speed and quality. It is highly compact So, it doesn’t occupy a huge area to store. Even though it has been considered as a budget model, and compact, it has its own defects. Let see it’s pros and cons.

XYZ Printing DA Vinci

Features:

  • Print technology: Fused Filament Fabrication
  • Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns
  • Maximum layer resolution: 400 microns
  • Dimensions: 390 x 335 x 360 mm
  • Weight: 10 kg

Pros:

  • Cost is low and highly affordable
  • Print speed depends on the setting
  • Easy-to-use interface software

Cons:

  • Because of its compact design, it becomes difficult to remove the printed object and also Failed to print some complex 3D mode
  • Very slow printing at the highest resolution

FlashForge Creator Pro 2017

The FlashForge Creator Pro 2017 also comes into the list of the best 3D printer whose price ranges between budget 3D printers and expensive professional models. When compared to other models, it offers greater accuracy when printing 3D models. The front door of the FlashForge Creator pro opens to almost 180 degrees, making it easy to remove the largest prints. It has two extruders. So, you can print two different colored materials at once. It has a 6.3mm aluminum build plate which is designed as temperature-resistant and doesn’t get warp even after prolonged exposure to heat. FlashForge company provides detailed documentation, troubleshooting guides, and tips on their website. The FlashForge company offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, as well as a guaranteed response to customer support issues within 8 hours. Let see it’s pros and cons.

FlashForge Creator

Features:

  • Print technology: Fused deposition modeling
  • Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns
  • Maximum layer resolution: 500 microns
  • Dimensions: 526 x 360 x 389 mm

Pros:

  • Mostly Pre-Assembled
  • Customer Support and Part Availability
  • Sale Price
  • Build quality and reliability
  • Dual extruder
  • Very good print quality

Cons:

  • Noise level
  • Adjustments and Upgrades Needed
  • Built with Cheap Parts

MakerBot Replicator+

MakerBot Replicator

MakerBot Replicator also comes into the list of the best 3D printers because of its features and support other than price. When compared to the previous versions, Replicator+ is 30 percent faster and 27 percent reduced noise level while maintaining its excellent design and safety features. Even though it is expensive, it offers excellent print quality and uses 1.75mm polylactic acid (PLA) filament. It has a flexible build plate, making it easy to remove larger prints by simply bending the plate. The MakerBot Replicator+ comes with the Smart Extruder+, to ensure easy, accessible 3D print and all the standard features of its predecessor. Let see it’s pros and cons.

Features:

  • Print technology: Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Camera resolution: 640 x 480
  • Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns
  • Maximum layer resolution: 400 microns
  • Dimensions: 528 x 441 x 410 mm
  • Weight: 22.8kg
  • Nozzle Diameter:0.4 MM [0.015 IN]
  • Operating Systems: Windows (7, 10), Mac OS X (10.9+)

Pros:

  • Fast print speed compared to the previous version
  • Easy interface and simple to use

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • No support for third-party filaments

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Ultimaker 2+:

Ultimaker 2+

The Ultimaker 2+ is also represented as the best professional 3D printer. When comes to price, it is highly expensive, because It is designed to target the professional environment.  Hence, it is less beginner-friendly than some other 3D printers. It offers amazing print quality, making it one of the best 3D printers for professional use and also the accuracy of the 3D models are  incredibly impressive. Let see it’s pros and cons.

Features:

  • Print technology: Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Minimum layer resolution: 20 microns
  • Maximum layer resolution:600 microns
  • Dimensions:342 x 493 x 588 mm
  • Weight:11.3kg
  • Filament Diameter: 2.85
  • Printing Speed: 30-300mm/s

Pros:

  • High resolution and accuracy
  • Supports open-source hardware and software
  • Very-high-quality prints Works with both PLA and ABS filament materials Can print quickly (at low quality)

Cons:

  • Expensive Offers only a single extruder

LulzBot Mini:

LulzBot Mini

If you are a beginner for a 3D printer to learn, then LulzBot Mini is the best choice which comes under the decent price. It is designed as easy to use interface but it has its own defects, print speed is quite slow. Let see it’s pros and cons.

Features:

  • Print technology: Fused deposition modeling
  • Minimum layer resolution: 50 microns
  • Maximum layer resolution: 500 microns
  • Dimensions: 435 mm x 340 mm x 385 mm
  • Weight: 11.33kg

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface
  • Great for beginners
  • Robust design
  • Reliable, consistent results
  • Autocalibration and autocleaning nozzle

Cons:

  • Print speed is slow
  • Small build volume
  • Expensive when compared to other comparable models

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