The cost of 3D printers have fallen rapidly over the past few years, and many people are considering buying one. There are numerous options out there, and we will help you choose the right 3d printer for your needs.
3D Printer Size: What size objects are you looking to print on your 3D Printer? You want to make sure the 3d printer you buy is the correct size for what you intend to print. I would suggest going a little bigger than you plan, unless the cost of upgrading is just too much. 3d Printer are often measured by their build plate. This is the plate upon which your object is printed and limits how large of an object you can print.
3D Printer Cost: How much can you afford to pay for a 3d Printer? There are now 3d printers form a few hundreds dollars to many thousands of dollars. The key is to buy what you can afford that fits your needs. Weigh your options as far as size needs, and determine how much you can afford to spend.
The Novelty Factor: Let’s be honest, most of us don’t actually have a legitimate reason to have a 3D Printer. I’m sure some people do, like the ability to print customer parts or something similar. However, you never know your 3d printer hobby could lead you to a 3d printing business.