Best 3D Printers of 2019


Countless hours of high quality printing with the most reliable low-cost 3D printer
Quickly and easily make your 1st print out of the box with completely pre-assembled printer, included 0.5kg spool of filament and clear setup instructions.Maximum Build Depth (inches): 9 Maximum Build Height (inches): 5.9 Maximum Build Width (inches): 5.5
Far superior safety compared to competition with fully enclosed design, non-heated build plate, PLA-only printing and 3rd party UL safety approval
Coming Soon! Compatibility with brand new Dremel Digilab 3D Slicer based on Cura, the industry leading open source 3D printing software and .gcode files so you can use your favorite slicer

Fully enclosed sturdy plastic design with a 6. 7″ x 10″ x 6″ build volume for better prints, better safety and less chance for warping. A carbon filter and particulate filter are built-in as well

Resume Print: Ender 3 has the ability to resume printing even after a power outage or lapse occurs.
Easy and Qucik Assembly: It comes with several assembled parts, you only need about 2 hours to assemble 20 nuts well.
Advanced Technology: Upgraded extruder greatly reduces plugging risk and bad extrustion; V-Slot with POM wheels make it move noiseless, smoothly and durable.
Safety protected power supply; Only needs 5 minutes for hot bed to reach 110℃
Strict Test: Strict testing for key components before delivery and life-time technical supports.


Slide-in build plate allows printed objects to be easily removed
3.5-Inch full color touchscreen with intuitive icons makes for easy operation
Sturdy, plastic alloy construction ensures stable prints
Safe, non-heated build plate. AC Input – 115-230 V, 50-60 Hz, 150 W
Wi-Fi, USB, flash drive and Cloud connectivity.Printing material: PLA only.

1. High-Precision Printing Quality: Equipped with dual Y axis motors and down-shift Z axis, moving more smoothly, fewer points of failure and fewer headaches.
2. Brand Power Supply: Built-in brand power supply, heat up the hot bed to 110℃ in 5 minutes.
3. Resume Printing Function: The printer is shielded by its power supply from voltage spikes and power outages. If electrical power is lost, prints can be resumed from the last layer, saving time and reducing waste.
4. Semi-Assembled Kits: Ender 5 comes with several partially assembled kits, very easy to assemble and allow you to learn about the basic construction of 3D printer.
5. What You Get: Ender 5 3D printer, 1-year limited warranty, lifetime technical assistance and 24 hours professional customer service.

Single extruder with four sides blowing turbofan
5-inch full color touchscreen with intuitive icons makes for easy operation
Build size: 300mm x 250mm x 300mm / 11.8″ x 9.8″ x 11.8″
Full metal support more stable than plastic support;Aviation aluminum, CNC machining aluminum alloy
QIDI TECH Professional  after-service team,if you have any problem about our 3d printer,we will reply to you within 24 hours.Free one-year warranty.

What a 3D Printer Costs
3D printers don’t have to cost a lot, though the ones used by professional designers and creators who print at heavy volumes will certainly put a big dent in your budget. (Both the Ultimaker 3 and FormLabs Form 2 cost upward of $3,000, for example.) But you can find very capable 3D printers for around $1,000, and prices are even lower for machines aimed at novices, educators and home printing enthusiasts. Prices for entry-level 3D printers are now below $300, and you’ll even find some — like Monoprice’s $160 Mini Delta 3D Printer — which push the price even lower.

What to Look for in a 3D Printer
Not sure how to decide which 3D printer is right for you? Here are a few things to consider when shopping for a printer.

Printer type: There are two main types of 3D printers: FFF (fused filament fabrication) and SLA (stereo lithography). FFF printers — which also cover FFM (fused filament manufacturing) and FDM (fused deposition modeling) devices — work by melting a plastic filament in a moving printhead to form the model. SLA printers use an ultraviolet (UV) laser to solidify a resin, focusing the laser to form the solid model. FFF printers are generally cheaper, simpler and easier to use, although SLA models like the XYZprinting Nobel 1.0 (around $1,000) and the $1,295 Peopoly Moai are lowering the price difference.

Printing materials: Whichever type of printer you choose, pay attention to the type of material it uses when printing. The filament material used by FFF printers like the LulzBot Taz 6 is available in several different materials, such as PLA (a brittle, biodegradable material), ABS (the same plastic used in Lego blocks), nylon, TPE (a soft, rubberlike material) and HDPE (a light, tough polystyrene). Many of these materials, particularly PLA and ABS, are available in a huge range of colors. Filaments come in two sizes: 1.75 mm and 3 mm, which are not interchangeable.