Pricing Guide For At-Home 3D Printers

comparing the costs of 3D printers

If you want to get into 3D printing at home but haven’t decided which printer to choose, there’s a very helpful pricing guide on the RepRap Log Phase blog.

Neil Underwood has put together a list of several 3D printer options ranging from $60–$3185. (including the RepRap Darwin and CupCake CNC from Makerbot, available in the Ponoko showroom) CLICK HERE to check out the full guide on RepRap Log Phase.

And check back here for a 3D Printer specs comparison post, coming soon. Sometime soon.

3 Responses to “Pricing Guide For At-Home 3D Printers”

  1. Kristen Turner Says:

    The picture I made for this one makes me laugh.

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