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Affordable 3D Printing

We’ve written several times about 3D printing because, well, it’s one of the coolest and most innovative new industries of the decade.

From giant 3D printed houses, to the many different uses for these devices, 3D printing is a pretty big deal.

Not only are the materials used in 3D printers cheap, but the printers themselves are essentially home-based factories, making you an eco-friendly force to be reckoned with. Save gas by skipping out on a trip to the mall and simply build your own products yourself.

Today, we’ll share with you some of the most affordable printers on the market, so that you can begin creating immediately.

Printrbot LC – $549
This is one of the best entry-level 3D printers with an array of applications. It can print small to larger projects, and is expandable so that you can increase the size of your prints. This device is great for those who’ve never used a 3D printer before.

Cube – $1,299
If you’re looking for a device that keeps on giving, the Cube is your best bet. Where some of the other printers required recalibration after extensive use, the Cube can go an entire weekend of print after print without losing quality.

Form-1 3D Printer – $3,299
Easily one of the more expensive of the 3D printers, the Form-1 is also the latest and greatest of the devices. It puts out higher resolution prints and uses a laser fired at liquid resin as its method of printing.

Printrbot Jr. – $399
One of the cheapest 3D printers on the market, the Printrbot Jr. is basically a smaller version of its bigger brother. It’s portable and battery-powered so you can take your creativity with you wherever you are.

The 3D printing industry is set to explode in the near future as access to 3D printers becomes more mainstream.

As of now, the industrial world is still figuring out the possibilities provided by these devices. Look for debates on copyright, creating guns, 3D printers in schools, and 3D printers in space in the coming months and years.

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