ReprapWorld has the best assortment of 3D printers available! We have a large stock of different models of popular 3D printers. Ranging from easy to setup, plug-and-play 3D printers to complete do-it-yourself kits for who really wants to learn how a 3D printer works. The printers are grouped by subcategory, allowing you to easily distinguish and choose the right model for you. You can use the filters to quickly find the best matching 3D printers. If you need help selecting a model, please refer to the 3D printer information page.
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So you want to start 3D printing or you are looking for a new 3D printer with more features? We have different types of 3D printers, like the well-known FDM printers (or sometimes called FFF) that print plastic called 3D filament, but also 3D printers that use resin that hardens under UV light (SLA or DLP). Also you can check out the multi-functional CNC machines that allow you to 3D print, laser engrave and do milling.
The most important aspect of choosing a 3D printer is the build volume: a bigger buildplate allows you make bigger 3D prints. Also the amount of assembly is different between models. We offer full DIY printers like the Anet A6 that require a lot of assembly, allowing you to learn as much of the workings of 3D printers as possible. But also printers kit like the popular Ender3 series and CR10 series by Creality, that only require little assembly are available. Finally plug-and-play printers like the Flashforge Adventurer can be installed by people with no technical background. If you like to make 3D prints with different materials or colors, you can check out the multi-head 3D printers that have two or more extruders.
If you need upgrades for your 3D printer, you can easily find compatible spare parts or supplies on the 3D printer product page. For example 3D filament in the right diameter, heated bed upgrade, replacement nozzles or compatible extruders may be found there. Other supplies that may be of interest include adhesives like 3Dlac or Buildtak buildplates.