I saw a lot of people get their very first 3d printer this Christmas. I remember getting mine two years ago, and I could have used a list like this. If you just got a 3d printer, this is a good list. If you’ve been printing for a while, this is remedial, but has some good points you shouldn’t forget.
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Want to get into 3D Printing but don’t have much money to spend? There are a lot of low cost 3D Printers now available but not many are very good!
In this video I share with you my choices for 3D Printers 0 USD or under that actually work pretty good, and would be a great start into 3D Printing.
These machines are either those that have been tested here on Maker’s Muse – or come highly recommended by others in the 3D Printing community.
IMPORTANT! This video is purely my opinion based on my experience – you are responsible for your own decisions!
This video has not been sponsored or affected in any way by any suppliers or manufacturers. The decision to include or exclude any machines from this video is my own. Links to the machines are listed below as well as the communities and reviews mentioned in the video – none have tracking or affiliates attached. Happy printing!
In this video I provide a simple overview of 3D printing! I show how to easily download and print 3D models from the web, how to scan objects for free, and I talk about some limitations of my 3D printer. The printer I show is called the Da Vinci Jr 1.0. You’ll find the amazon link below. Enjoy!
Da Vinci Jr. 9 – http://amzn.to/1MpyuTj
I also show the Microsoft Surface 3 tablet: http://amzn.to/1dVZDRQ
The website to download 3D models: http://www.thingiverse.com/
Here’s the link to the guitar wall mount: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:481198
Here’s the 123D Catch app I talked about in the video: http://www.123dapp.com/catch
Let me know if you have any questions in the comments! Video Rating: / 5