3D Printers reduced at Gearbest - from £97.85 Delivered (UK Warehouse)
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3D Printers reduced at Gearbest - from £97.85 Delivered (UK Warehouse)

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Found 19th Dec 2017
Just spotted that Gearbest are having an UK warehouse clearance, with a few 3D printers on offer. I've listed my picks below, be sure to use the supplied code with each product (must be logged in).

Anet A8 Desktop 3D Printer - EU PLUG BLACK £97.85 using 'GBA8UK31'
2859118.jpgMain Features:
● Engineered to provide redefined usability, quality, performance
● Made from the piano-black laser-cut acrylic frame. To maintain the garage-built feel and the handmade charm
● It is the unassembled DIY kit, provide you an unforgettable step-by-step learning experience of the 3D printer from scratch. As long as you have a passion for creativity, you can not afford to miss this product
● Suitable for a wide range of customers, young or old, professional or amateur etc.
● Multiple 3D printing filament supportable, support ABS / PLA / wood / nylon PVA / PP / luminescent
220 x 220 x 240mm printing volume, just right for you
● All metal pulleys for improved functionality and performance
● Quick-release feed gears for faster and fluent filament feeding
● High printing precision, stainless steel rail rods, gears, bearings and connectors for smoother movement
Operating system: Windows XP / 7 / 8 / 10, Mac, Linux
Working environment: Temperature: 10 - 30 Deg.C, humidity: 20 - 50 Deg.C
● Firmware version: V1
● Without filament


Tevo Tarantula 3D Printer Kit - EU PLUG BLACK £127.95 using 'TEVOUK3'
2859118.jpgMain Features:
● Printing area is 200 x 200 x 200mm
● Full metal extruder ( E3D ) is highly tolerant of most printing conditions and is designed to accept the vast majority of filaments on the market, can be even run at higher temperatures
● Solid anodized aluminum plates are CNC milled for precise fit, extreme rigidity
● LCD screen shows your printing information directly and easy for you to manipulate


Anet E10 Aluminum Frame Multi-language 3D Printer DIY Kit - EU GREEN £191.18 using 'GBE10UK3'
2859118.jpgMain Features:
● 12864 LCD screen and keypad for easy offline use
● Supports 0.1 - 0.4mm printing layer thickness
● Supports TF card off-line printing, especially convenient when you don´t have a computer at hand
● 220 x 270 x 300mm large build volume, just right for you
● More stable aluminum frame ensures your better printing experience
● Assembly is simple and suitable for DIY customers
● Working condition: 10 - 40 Deg.C, humidity 20 - 50 percent


Anycubic Kossel Upgraded Pulley Version Unfinished 3D Printer - WITH PRINTER MATERIAL + BRACKET BLACK - EU PLUG £117.42 using 'AnycubicUK3'
2859118.jpgMain Features:
● Print size: 180mm x 180mm x 320mm
● Stronger frame construction: upgraded to European standard 2020 aluminum profile ensure stable prints
● All metal printing hot end with two cooling fans are conductive to higher precision and quality prints
● TriGorilla mainboard. Easy to be installed and operated, support 2004 and 12864 LCD. Compatible with A4988, DRV8825, and TMC2100 stepper drivers. It also reserves spare port for heat bed and controlled fan
● Durable metal extruder: upgraded to metal parts, equipped with high torque stepper motor, stable rotating speed and uniform extrusion force, feeding filament smoother
● The Anycubic 3D printers have been certificated by CE


Creality3D CR - 10 3D Printer - EU PLUG BLUE £262.69 using 'CR10UK31'
2859118.jpg
Main Features:
● With LCD screen and keypad for easy offline use
● Supports SD card off-line printing, can also directly print with USB adapter
● 300 x 300 x 400mm build volume, just right for you
● Supports multiple 3D printing filaments: ABS / PLA / TPU and so on
● Further simplified structure means fast assembly and easy adjustment, which saves you both time and energy
● Enhanced stability and reliability: aluminium plate ensures more stable printing
● Assembly is simple and suitable for DIY customers
● It is unassembled DIY kit, which provides you an unforgettable step-by-step learning experience of 3D printer from scratch. As long as you have a passion for creativity, you can not afford to miss this product
● Nozzle temperature: below 250 Deg.C in normal state, max. 270 Deg.C
● With the functions of break out filament detection and continue printing when power-off status is restored ( only for the upgraded version )
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deleted179671
Buy one & make one and sell at a profit...........
Just be careful with gearbest, something I ordered has been despatched 4 times according to them as well as stuck in a snowstorm and caught in an explosion. DHL have 3 times, in writing, categorically stated that Gearbest have not given them anything and Gearbest are still insisting it has been sent in spite of all the tracking either saying it has not or incorrect tracking has been given. This has been going on for a nearly a month and I paid for express shipping. Fortunately I paid with paypal so I will get my money back but will have to wait until 25 Dec. So anyway, just be careful as I said
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Just be careful with gearbest, something I ordered has been despatched 4 times according to them as well as stuck in a snowstorm and caught in an explosion. DHL have 3 times, in writing, categorically stated that Gearbest have not given them anything and Gearbest are still insisting it has been sent in spite of all the tracking either saying it has not or incorrect tracking has been given. This has been going on for a nearly a month and I paid for express shipping. Fortunately I paid with paypal so I will get my money back but will have to wait until 25 Dec. So anyway, just be careful as I said
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deleted179671
Buy one & make one and sell at a profit...........
So how much does the rolls on 'ink' cost. Not sure what the proper name is
What about customs
EN1GMA6 m ago

So how much does the rolls on 'ink' cost. Not sure what the proper name is


Filament. I'm also interested in this (and where you buy it)
TAZMANUK5 m ago

What about customs


From a UK warehouse?
Rob_13044 m ago

Filament. I'm also interested in this (and where you buy it)


eBay is the cheapest but quality varies and you never really know what you'll receive (other than the type of plastic and colour). Branded filament is about 3 times as expensive but quality is guaranteed.
Rob_13048 m ago

From a UK warehouse?


Ooooo yeah lol
Just seen s review, you need to least print off 4 modified parts to make is work better, and the plate they are using tape when one supplied breaks
I'd love s sculpto one but 3 times as much, messing about with files and folders on this would be a pain
TAZMANUK17 m ago

What about customs


They complete customs paperwork and decare from that end and you have to pay it based on the cost of the item plus postage/shipping/insurance....works out at about a quarter on top
I want one, but I don't know what I'd do with it
redtomxx1 m ago

They complete customs paperwork and decare from that end and you have to …They complete customs paperwork and decare from that end and you have to pay it based on the cost of the item plus postage/shipping/insurance....works out at about a quarter on top


Other user says UK warehouse
EN1GMA23 m ago

So how much does the rolls on 'ink' cost. Not sure what the proper name is


A 1kg roll of PLA filament should cost less than £12 on eBay.
Any ideas on a 3d Scanner to capture the item you want to print?
deleted17967119th Dec 2017

Buy one & make one and sell at a profit...........


You joke but that's kind of the idea. My brother got one of these and hardly any of it is still original. Admittedly some of that is buying upgrades for the metal parts but a lot is also printed. Only a matter of time before I can make a working printer from his cast offs!
Sharpharp11 m ago

Any ideas on a 3d Scanner to capture the item you want to print?


Have a look at 'Thingiverse.com' 3d scanners for the likes of us mere mortals are yet to come of age.
redtomxx55 m ago

Just be careful with gearbest, something I ordered has been despatched 4 …Just be careful with gearbest, something I ordered has been despatched 4 times according to them as well as stuck in a snowstorm and caught in an explosion. DHL have 3 times, in writing, categorically stated that Gearbest have not given them anything and Gearbest are still insisting it has been sent in spite of all the tracking either saying it has not or incorrect tracking has been given. This has been going on for a nearly a month and I paid for express shipping. Fortunately I paid with paypal so I will get my money back but will have to wait until 25 Dec. So anyway, just be careful as I said


Never had any problems with Gearbest but if you're relying on Paypal make sure you are up wind when you start pi$$ing
Sharpharp25 m ago

Any ideas on a 3d Scanner to capture the item you want to print?



There are directions out there to use a kinect sensor to do it.
I ordered my first expensive purchase and tracking was non existent. Just as I was going to give up hope and try to go through the hell of a claim, it arrived in the UK and was delivered the following day. Bigger shock is it was delivered in one piece by yodel, although it was left on my driveway in full sight of passers by. How it didn't get swiped. According to tracking it was left in 'my safe place, the front porch', no not skiing at the top of the alps or on a sunny beach, but in my nonexistent front porch, on the driveway, near the front door. Spookily I got home to find the next delivery driver to visit my house thought, what a great idea and put his on top of it....meh I have it, now to see if it works.
Edited by: "mattuk" 19th Dec 2017
Sharpharp49 m ago

Any ideas on a 3d Scanner to capture the item you want to print?



You can use Autodesk Remake to "scan" using photogrammetry. You take lots of photos of the object from all different angles, upload them to autodesk which will output a 3d model. Then clean up the model in meshmixer.
redtomxx1 h, 32 m ago

Just be careful with gearbest, something I ordered has been despatched 4 …Just be careful with gearbest, something I ordered has been despatched 4 times according to them as well as stuck in a snowstorm and caught in an explosion. DHL have 3 times, in writing, categorically stated that Gearbest have not given them anything and Gearbest are still insisting it has been sent in spite of all the tracking either saying it has not or incorrect tracking has been given. This has been going on for a nearly a month and I paid for express shipping. Fortunately I paid with paypal so I will get my money back but will have to wait until 25 Dec. So anyway, just be careful as I said



I bought an A8 printer from them last September with a level sensor, I received the sensor end of October and I received an email telling me the printer was still pending, tried to cancel the printer as I had been waiting nearly 2 months and it had not shipped. no reply at all from them and I opened a dispute with Paypal who got me my money back.

I've bought loads of stuff from gearbest and received it all except the most expensive item . anyway I wasn't really up for trying to put it together and all the hassle if it didnt work.
Edited by: "mark777" 19th Dec 2017
tinca40 m ago

Never had any problems with Gearbest but if you're relying on Paypal make …Never had any problems with Gearbest but if you're relying on Paypal make sure you are up wind when you start pi$$ing



no problem with paypal, they just got me my money back from gearbest after them messed me about with one of these 3d printers
beerman11 m ago

You can use Autodesk Remake to "scan" using photogrammetry. You take lots …You can use Autodesk Remake to "scan" using photogrammetry. You take lots of photos of the object from all different angles, upload them to autodesk which will output a 3d model. Then clean up the model in meshmixer.



Wow, was just looking for something with a button on it that says "Scan"
Hey guys!anyone knows how to choose for myself the one?....
THere loads of this 3 D printers,but how to decide? any tips?Thanks!
Great deal op.
I've only ordered from gearbest once and the quality was awful. Have other had better experiences and if so with what products?
7fink74 h, 4 m ago

Hey guys!anyone knows how to choose for myself the one?....THere loads of …Hey guys!anyone knows how to choose for myself the one?....THere loads of this 3 D printers,but how to decide? any tips?Thanks!


TBH, I was in the same boat. Did loads of research and bit the bullet on the Creality CR-10 .. paid £419 for it too (HICTOP on Amazon UK prime) .. I paid about £70 or so more than had i got it from Gearbest, but it was worth it IMO, next day delivery, no customs surprises or fighting to find out where it is. And I wasn't sure how I'd get on with it so being Prime I knew I'd be able to return for free if anything.
10/10 I'm not sorry I got it.. only had it now about 2 months and still getting to grips with everything, design software, slicers, filament types, upgrade and tweak options. All good fun and my favourite hobby now where I can fit the time in.
There's a few reviews from various people out there, but the one that swayed it for me was tuber rclifeon or something like that, where he reviewed and compared the various ones he owned. The quality of print he showed is excellent compared to some out there. Oh, also, it's mostly built already, some you need a few days to build. I was up and ready in half an hour 😊 .. if you can get one at under £300 I'd say it's a bargain of note! It's not unusual for people to own more than one CR-10 .. I'd bite if I had the space and spare cash.
gearbest.com/3d-…=21

The Tevo is now on 5 day promo from China warehouse £133.98 if you can't get at a discount from the UK warehouse.

And the Anet likewise, at £105.37 if UK stock runs out.

gearbest.com/3d-…=21
Edited by: "mcek" 20th Dec 2017
Ordered the Anet A8 a while back from Gearbest. Tracking only worked on the day of delivery!!! Overall received it within a month. Got it for my son for Xmas... So should be happy holidays...
Tempted to pull the trigger on a Creality3D CR-10.

But I don't really want to wait months, and the stress of tracking it from China.

EDIT: My bad I was looking at the CR-10S
Edited by: "eynonz" 20th Dec 2017
Tried ordering one of these, got an email from gearbest that they need verification from my card, even though the payment went through. They want a copy of the card nd document with my address on it! I've made dozens of orders the past month with plenty of different places and for higher amounts in some cases without any kicking up for this. Not going down this route, if visa verify isn't secure enough for them, then to be honest, I don't trust them with my details. AVOID
ahdvd2 h, 40 m ago

Tried ordering one of these, got an email from gearbest that they need …Tried ordering one of these, got an email from gearbest that they need verification from my card, even though the payment went through. They want a copy of the card nd document with my address on it! I've made dozens of orders the past month with plenty of different places and for higher amounts in some cases without any kicking up for this. Not going down this route, if visa verify isn't secure enough for them, then to be honest, I don't trust them with my details. AVOID


Don't you use PayPal? You wouldn't be entering your details with so many retailers then.
Not since 2 friends accounts were hacked, i trust paypal even less!
In an effort to get gearbest to sort issues some info for everyone.
I have bought lots of stuff from them and generally good, but when it goes wrong its a mountain to climb.

However recent android box went wrong. First remote then box. Gearbest customer service woes started.
Offered a couple of quid refund and no joy, or even understanding of English through gearbest ticket system, next to useless.
Escalated to paypal, eventually full offer of refund.
Eventually through paypal offered a UK return address for info (gearbest ticket system contradicted what they were saying through paypal)

Weiwen Luo
Address:
Woodgate Business Park,
Clapgate Lane,
Bartley Green
B32 3BZ
Birmingham
United Kingdom
Phone: 07780841791

They then repeatedly refused delivery from courier. One could interpret this as a device to 'pretend' to offer refund then refuse to accept the returned goods. No goods return=no refund to pay.
Only when I refused final paltry offer from through paypal, (after they had previously offered full refund) did the return that mysteriously had been repeatedly rejected, was now accepted, on the day Paypal ruled in my favour for full return of money.
coincidence?
doubtful.

So if everyone uses paypal for payment and escalation, keeps full records, they will compel gearbest to fully refund. If everyone does this then maybe gearbest will sort it properly.
Hope this helps.
Is eu13 and eu3 UK warehouse then?
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