Tronxy Desktop 3D Printer £140.26 gearbest
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Tronxy Desktop 3D Printer £140.26 gearbest

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
Tronxy Desktop LCD Display 3D Printer

Description:
This 3D printer has 150 x 150mm x 150mm build volume, 0.4mm nozzle diameter. It is made from aluminum.

Main Features:
● Supports SD card off-line print, especially convenient when without a computer
● 0.1 - 0.4mm layer resolution, high precision
● 150 x 150mm x 150mm build volume
● 0.1 - 0.5mm layer resolution accelerates the design process
● LCD screen shows your printing information directly and easy for you to manipulate
● Enhanced stability and reliability: acrylic plate ensures more stable printing
● Supports 3D printing filaments: PLA, ABS
● Operating system: Windows XP / 7 / Mac

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HMRC?
powerbrick

HMRC?



Yup, add 30% to the price for VAT/Duty/Courier fees.
Here's the page to check for yourselves:

https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty

20% tax
arguable 2.5% on duty (for items inconveniently over £135 - but I'm sure GB mark is cheaper than £140)
Carrier fees (around £8 for Royal Fee, possibly more for other carriers).

Many will slip through the net, of course as GB often mark items at stupidly low prices.


For about the same price (actually £15 cheaper due to a flash sale), this printer tends to get very good reviews and much larger print volume 22x22x24cm^3 vs 15x15x15.

If you're looking to get into 3D printing for something around this price, but are scared of the possible extra costs and lack of UK support then you might want to consider this.

It has similar spec, with the addition of having to buy proprietary filament spools, which I believe, can be circumvented with some effort.


Edited by: "thekanester" 23rd Mar 2017
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thekanester

Here's the page to check for … Here's the page to check for yourselves:https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty20% taxarguable 2.5% on duty (for items inconveniently over £135 - but I'm sure GB mark is cheaper than £140)Carrier fees (around £8 for Royal Fee, possibly more for other carriers).Many will slip through the net, of course as GB often mark items at stupidly low prices.For about the same price (actually £15 cheaper due to a flash sale), this printer tends to get very good reviews and much larger print volume 22x22x24cm^3 vs 15x15x15.If you're looking to get into 3D printing for something around this price, but are scared of the possible extra costs and lack of UK support then you might want to consider this.It has similar spec, with the addition of having to buy proprietary filament spools, which I believe, can be circumvented with some effort.


not if you select the UK plug it's 140 if you select that
Can you print a 3D printer with it?
will695

not if you select the UK plug it's 140 if you select that



U don't know about you. But I have more UK power cables than I can possibly ever use. I'd prefer I'd they supplied none and took a quid off it.
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I've ordered loads from Gearbest and never had any Customs charge. Plus it's free postage to the UK
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sallyforth

Can you print a 3D printer with it?


lol, yes but you'd have to get the other hardware (electronics, thread rod, acrylic/metal/printed frame) but apart from that yes you can print a 3d printer.
This one is now £110 if you select the EU plug. Still £140 if you select UK plug.
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