Anet A6 3D Desktop Printer Kit  -  UK PLUG  BLACK
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Anet A6 3D Desktop Printer Kit - UK PLUG BLACK

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
The Anet A6 3D desktop printer is a 3D printer with acrylic frame and single extruder. It features with 220 x 220 x 250mm build volume, 0.4mm nozzle diameter. To maintain the garage-built feel and the handmade charms, Anet A6 3D desktop printer is also a build-it-yourself kit, which provides you an unforgettable step-by-step learning experience of 3D printer!

Main Features:
● With LCD screen and keypad for easy offline use.
● Supports 0.1mm printing layer thickness.
● Supports TF card off-line printing, especially convenient when without the computer.
● 220 x 220 x 250mm build volume, just right for you.
● Supports multiple 3D printing filaments: ABS / PLA / HIPS.
● Further simplified structure means fast assembly and easy adjustment, which saves you both time and energy.
● Enhanced stability and reliability: acrylic plate ensures more stable printing.
● Assembly is simple and suitable for DIY customers.
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Why so cold?
....plus VAT and delivery admin charge?
Why so many 3D printers? Which is the best?
sorry, I've corrected it
It's the postage which is always the killer on these - the price is heading in the right direction, but I'm still holding off - not voted either way, but the current -79 is a bit harsh, I'd like someone to show me one cheaper
hard to say if its good if u never use it before, maybe they would let me check for couple of weeks, then probably i wish to buy it
richard_ha

Why so cold?

Possible because 3D printers are like woks. You think it seems like a good idea, but once you've tried it a couple of times it turns out to be no use for anything practical and gets put in a cupboard until it is eventually thrown out.
Or it could be because this is only a kit, so the chances of successfully building it, aligning it or even receiving all the correct parts, are very, very, low.
ukhotdeals1

It's the postage which is always the killer on these - the price is … It's the postage which is always the killer on these - the price is heading in the right direction, but I'm still holding off - not voted either way, but the current -79 is a bit harsh, I'd like someone to show me one cheaper


It's free postage
pete_l

Possible because 3D printers are like woks. You think it seems like a … Possible because 3D printers are like woks. You think it seems like a good idea, but once you've tried it a couple of times it turns out to be no use for anything practical and gets put in a cupboard until it is eventually thrown out.Or it could be because this is only a kit, so the chances of successfully building it, aligning it or even receiving all the correct parts, are very, very, low.



If you want something that you can plug and play then go spend 2000, this is a good printer if you can follow instructions. And all you need is imagination and a bit of will power and you can print anything. All i got mine for was quad parts but now i've seem to be printing useful things everyday. If you're not good a designing or don't have a "tinkering" brain then i would say no don't get one. But they are a lot of fun.
will695

it's free postage


It is now - and price is £152 - before it was £209 including postage - may find this difficult to resist!
I've still no idea what the real cost of this thing is! Perhaps some passing mod would care to investigate and publish the correct price including the import VAT levy and the Fedex (or whoever) admin charge for settling the import bill.

Or, does the £50 difference between the 'EU plug' and 'UK plug' include the vat?

Until then, it's not likely that many will be inclined to vote this 'deal' up.
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