Which 3D Printer should I choose?
relevantname last edited by unlimitedbacon
I want a printer that can print complicated parts for prototyping and silicon molding.
Here is the key features that I want;
- Dual Extruder (for pva support materials)
- Multi material support (pla, abs, pva, ninjaflex, nylon, cpe etc...)
- Easy maintenance
But the most important feature that I want is reliability and stability, I want to trust that the printer can print same object with same dimensions over and over again.
I'm currently look these printers; Ultimaker 3, Zortax M300, Makerbot Replicator, Cubicon Single Plus and Raise3D.
What is your suggestions? Which printer should I buy?
Budget: Max. 10.000$
Thanks in advance.
ryan.lutz last edited by
Of the printers you mentioned and that we carry, the Ultimaker 3 is going to fit your requirements the best as far as reliability and stability are concerned. It's a solid machine with a good UI and mechanics. Not to say that the others aren't, but for the money, the Ultimaker 3 is the clear leader.
TannaLDietrich last edited by
3D printing is helping to more production of PVA support. It has dissolving PVA filament which is very helpful in a container and warm water. Ricoh printer support is making a good guide for printer service for their client.
arthurmicheal last edited by
I recommend you to buy raise3D pro2 dual extruder 3D printer as it's more pocket-friendly and inexpensive 7dollaressay website review and for more stability and reliability as you said above go for Ultimaker 3.