8 Best 3D Printers with Features and Prices 2019

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If you're looking for the best 3D printers of 2019, then you've come to the right place, as we've listed the top devices for 3D printing, no matter what you need them for.
So, in this list of the best 3D printers, we've got the best home 3D printers that can sit on a table or desk, and are ideal for hobbyists and beginners who are just getting started, as well as professional 3D printers that can produce medium-volume 3D printouts.

We also have the best 3D printers for a wide range of budgets, from affordable 3D printers, to high-end 3D printers that may have high price tags, but offer unrivalled quality.

It's important to note that because the devices in our best 3D printers list are all so diverse - and are aimed at different use cases - we've not listed them in any particular order.

So, read our roundup carefully to see which 3D printer is best for your needs. No one wants to spend all their time researching all the best 3D printers – not to mention spending a ton of cash – so our list of the best 3D printers contains clear and concise information on all kinds of 3D printers, so you can find the best 3D printer no matter what your needs are.

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1. Ultimaker 2+
The best professional 3D printer

Print technology:  High resolution Supports open-source hardware and software Basic interface Open frame design
Fused Deposition Modeling
Minimum layer resolution: 20 microns
Maximum layer resolution: 600 microns
Dimensions: 342 x 493 x 588 mm
Weight: 11.3kg

The Ultimaker 2+ is a 3D printer that offers amazing print quality, making it one of the best 3D printers for professional use. It is incredibly reliable when it comes to producing 3D models, and the accuracy of the 3D replications is incredibly impressive. If you need a 3D printer that can reliably reproduce many 3D objects accurately, this is a fantastic choice. However, it is expensive, and the fact that it is aimed at professional environments means it's less beginner-friendly than some of the other 3D printers here. Home users are better off looking elsewhere.

Price: $3,034

2. LulzBot Mini
Another great 3D printer for beginners

Print technology: Very easy to use, Open source, Slow, Noisy
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
If you're looking for a first 3D printer to learn the ropes with, then the LulzBot Mini is another excellent choice. It's got a decent price, and is easy to use, though the print speed is quite slow. The hardware is open source, which means it has a flexibility that propitiatory hardware lacks, as a committed community of makers can work together to create add-ons for the printer.  

Price: $1,250

3. FlashForge Creator Pro
A great mid-range 3D printer

Print technology: Good price, Very good print quality, Loud
Fused deposition modeling
Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns 
Maximum layer resolution: 500 microns
Dimensions: 526 x 360 x 389 mm

The FlashForge Creator Pro is the best 3D printer that sits between budget 3D printers and expensive professional models. It's a lot cheaper than pro models, though it maintains the build quality and reliability that you'd come to expect from a professional 3D printer. It's not quite as cheap as the budget and beginner models in this list, but it offers greater accuracy when printing 3D models. It is a tad noisy in use, however.

Price: $899

4. MakerBot Replicator+
he best all-round 3D printer

Print technology: Fast print speed, Simple to use, Expensive
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

The MakerBot Replicator+ is the successor to the popular MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, and the new version has brought improvements to nearly every part of the Replicator. This means the Replicator+ is faster and quieter than the previous version, while maintaining its excellent design and safety features. This desktop 3D printer is expensive, but it offers excellent print quality, and uses 1.75mm polylactic acid (PLA) filament. It's also user-friendly enough for home users and hobbyists to use - as long as your budget can stretch to the high asking price. 

Price: $2,799
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5. XYZprinting da Vinci Mini
Best budget 3D printer

Print technology:  Low price, Easy to use, Flakey software, Design can make removing printed 
Fused Filament Fabrication
Minimum layer resolution: 100 microns
Maximum layer resolution: 400 microns
Dimensions: 390 x 335 x 360 mm
Weight: 10kg

If you're looking for a budget 3D printer, then there really is no better option than the XYZprinting da Vinci Mini. It remains one of the most affordable ways to get into 3D printing, and also the easiest, thanks to an easy-to-use interface. Just because it's a budget model, doesn't mean it doesn't produce good results, and the 3D printed objects it creates are very impressive considering the price - and size - of this 3D printer. Speaking of size, the XYZprinting da Vinci Mini is an impressively compact printer that makes it easy to store in an office or on a desk.

Price: $145

6. Beeverycreative – Beethefirst+
One for work and home

Print technology : Lovely design, Easy to use, Low build volume, Expensive
Fused filament fabrication
Minimum layer resolution: 50 microns
Maximum layer resolution: 300 microns
Dimensions: 400 x 140 x 400 mm
Weight: 10.5kg

In general terms 3D printers are designed as boxes with purpose, however BeeTheFirst has created a printer with both quality of print and actual design in mind – this is a machine that really wouldn't look out of place in a modern living room. BeeTheFirst has also thought about how and where people will be wanting to use their printers – at work, home or both – and has incorporated a thin design with a handle that enables the printer to be easily transported. 

Price: $1,295

7. LulzBot Taz 6
A brilliant update to the formidable Taz

Print technology: Fast printing, Wide support for materials, Expensive, Not the most reliable
Fused Deposition Modeling
Minimum layer resolution: 75 microns
Maximum layer resolution: 300 microns
Dimensions: 660 x 520 x 350 mm 
Weight: 19.5kg

Initially you might be hard pressed to see the differences between the Taz 5 and 6; both feature a solid open frame build, medium print base and ease of use.
However take a closer look at the refinements in design and improvements in usability and the upgrades quickly stand out. Features such as the auto leveling base has evolved from the one featured on the Luzbot Mini and works just as well on this mediumr scale, and the slight changes to frame layout and control panel are all welcome.

The Taz 6 is a big machine with an impressive print area of 280mm x 280mm x 250mm, with a 0.5mm nozzle capable of a minimum layer height of 75 microns and takes 2.85mm filament.

Price: $2,500

8. CubePro Trio
Best for three-colour, three-material printing at an incredible price

Print technology: Good design, Easy to use, Not amazing print quality, Expensive to run
Fused deposition modeling
Minimum layer resolution: 70 microns 
Maximum layer resolution: 300 microns
Dimensions: 578 mm x 591 mm x 578 mm
* Weight: 41kg
The bulk of home 3D printers are limited to one- or two-colour printing, but the CubePro Trio has the capability to print three different materials in one session. This can be especially useful if you want to create an enclosed mechanism: nylon can be used for the gears, ABS for the surround and PLA for the support structure that can then be dissolved with caustic soda. The CubePro is an ideal solution for modellers and engineers who need to create 3D prints with moving parts.

Price: $1,799

We put these prices based on the prices of the manufacturer of each 3D printer and did not adopt any other prices in place for you

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