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SparkMaker SLA UV 3D Printer - A cheap Resin/DLP printer - £208.71 @ GearBest
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Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
This is the cheapest resin/DLP 3D printer I've founds that gets reasonable reviews, albeit with a little bit of DIY work (as is my experience with most 3D printers). This differs … Read more
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powerbrick

irrelevant, unlikely != certainty :)

Roger_Irrelevant

You choose NLPost registered as the shipping method, it never gets charged for customs in my experience and I've bought about 4 phones, kids games, torches etc. So by the law of averages, anyone buying this way is very unlikely to get stung for customs charges.

ssc1

Thought it was an flashing beacon.

powerbrick

Just because you claim to have paid no fees (skeptical) what bearing do that have on another person doing so?

joef112

Its relevant to the point they made about duty fees...? (lol)

Flashforge Adventurer 3 3D Printer £399 @ Box
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Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Looks pretty awesome, it's the new 2018 model, which doesn't seem to be available in many places yet, and where it is available is much more expensive. Also has Free Next working d… Read more
Bleugh

Good price....this is aimed at less technical users and really hits the mark for those that are time poor and technically lacking....for those whinging you can get better for less...yes, if you tweak, tinker, prepared to learn, etc, etc...

GwanGy

If you are excited by this then you wont be interested in Naomi wu, or maybe you will? ;)

arctic_cougar

This will be a good printer but there are far better printers for much less money. As someone mentioned above, the creality ender 3 is one of these. I just sold my flashforge finder and got an ender 3 for £146 delivered from gearbest.

Spedley

I have the Flashforge Finder which I really like, however this has the same 0.5kg spool problem. It isn't difficult to get around on the Finder but I'd check out how to do it before you buy this.

john757

Yes, this is correct. Which further reinforces why this isn't much of a deal if you know what you're looking at. PETG is much nicer to print with in regards to it not giving off any nasty fumes. It's still not as heat tolerant as ABS, but should be fine for most peoples applications.

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Creality Ender 3 - top budget 3D printer £155.99 delivered @ Official Creality eBay store
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
One of the best budget 3D printers out at the moment. Now £155.99 using the £10 off promotion at the top of the listing - applies automatically in basket. Had mine for 3 weeks … Read more
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benfisher1991

Edit: Emailed them and it's not the removable bed version. I'm still buying as I'll put a glass bed on myself later anyways.

benfisher1991

The new versions of this ship with a removable bed. I'm guessing this doesn't as it's clearing old stock??

benfisher1991

Just caved. Bought one!

klingonempire

got one. super happy with it. auto levelling would be nice but once you get the hang of it, it's fairly easy to adjust the bed manually. and if you really want, you can add the sensors to do auto level. also print the fan cover for the ender 3 on thingiverse to stop stuff falling in there... it will happen over time. , and there's a ton of other ender 3 specific parts that go well with the machine. For £150 that I paid, I'm really happy now is the perfect time to get into cheap 3D printing. Octopi / octoprint works out of the box with it.

shadyfurball

I caved. I bought one!

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Wanhao Duplicator 9 Large 300x300x400 3D printer £349 at Box - UK STOCK
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Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Cheapest it's ever been, and significantly cheaper than the Chinese companies are selling I picked this up for £399 just three weeks ago from these guys and THAT was a superb pric… Read more
deanochips

ordered another from another seller, i am sure it was a dud fan

Bleugh

Note which way your wires are first though, mine needed swapping to match the polarity of what was already installed...

Bleugh

I’m just working on a new blower part design now for the top one too, printing as I type!

Bleugh

Swap the black and the red wires on the connector...

deanochips

did you use this exact fan from this seller as the one i received did not spin, i am trying to determin if its faulty, i did notice that the new fan uses 0.17amp were the original was 0.10amp

Wanhao i3Plus Duplicator; 3D Printer Used Like New Amazon Warehouse Prime £214.67
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Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Been constantly missing out on offers around the £300 on this printer. Currently you can buy for £295 new from 3rd party (think they are a good seller). Anyway I've taken the sam… Read more
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Limitless.

What the ...? (shock) I also received mine today. It's packed properly with foam and looks new. BTW, I checked with the offical Creality eBay store, and they said the eBay store we ordered from is also theirs. They also said the prices are slightly cheaper because it's a new store (presumably they want to encourage sales and rep).

SavageDonkey

My ender 3 arrived, just parts flapping about in a box, no packaging, was a mess of scratched parts. They offered me £50 discount but the main frame is warped and with 3 feet on the ground, the front right sits a few cm's in the air :(

Limitless.

I'm sure you've made the right decision. The Ender is the real deal...

SavageDonkey

Must admit after seeing my Neewer mic kit (as new) turn up today in a taped bag, missing all the important bits I'm just going to cance my Amazon Order. Copied you, thanks

Limitless.

I just ordered the July 2018 version Ender 3 + Borosilicate Glass plate and 5pcs Nozzles from one of Creality's official eBay sites for £157.09 with the PRIMO119 code on here. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/153096464385 Thanks for the advice all!

Creality3D Ender - 3 DIY 3D Printer Kit - NIGHT EU PLUG £138.42 @ Gearbest
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Creality3D Ender - 3 DIY 3D Printer Kit - NIGHT EU PLUG £138.42 Main Features ● MK - 10 extruder greatly reduces plugging … Read more
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benfisher1991

My printer arrived today. It was the updated model with a removable bed. It built beautifully!

benfisher1991

Although when looking through the ebay feedback somebody who ordered the exact same listing said they got the removable bed. Let's just see what I get first.

benfisher1991

What's the new bracket?

Kyballion

Send a message to creality eBay UK and they should send you the new bracket at least :) Much more improved in my opiniom

benfisher1991

I emailed the eBay seller and they said it's the original one...

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Creality3D Ender - 3 DIY 3D Printer Kit - Just £146.65 from Gearbest!
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Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
One of Creality's latest 3D printers at a fab price! Free delivery, but from China so could take a few weeks! Going by my current Creality CR-10S, quality will be good! ● M… Read more
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djbumrush

That is a great looking first print! I wonder if that's consistent across the Ender 3. Admittedly, all of my experience is on a CR-10, and I know there are lots of people who give up after spending weeks trying to get prints as good as yours. I'd just hate for someone to dive in thinking they were getting a great deal, get let down by bad prints, and then realize that they're better off trying to re-sell the printer locally to someone who has the patience for it than to try and ship it back to China! I'm seriously considering that Ender 3 now!

djbumrush

Ah, okay, if you already have an A8, I think you'll be pleased by the Ender 3. A lot of people in the Creality community are ex-Anet customers. With specific regard to finish quality and speed, it just depends on how much time and effort you're willing to put into it. As fpsazerbaijan mentions, you can get great prints basically out of the box, and it's clear that Creality has taken on a lot of the user feedback on board, but it's not guaranteed.

buckiebull

I have the Anet A8 but I've only printed off a few things with it (I Admit it's been gathering dust for a few months), I was thinking more on the lines of finish quality & Speed! The build looks a breeze to put together unlike my Anet A8 which never came with building instructions for my first build I had to go on youtube which help a little but it was an older speck printer but not by much which took me about 2.5hrs to complete!

fpsazerbaijan

As a complete 3D printing noob I was amazed how easy it was to assemble the Ender 3. I used the provided instructions and this tutorial for bits that weren't very clear in the instructions. My first prints have all been flawless (the dog below is the test print that came on the SD card) :D The SD even includes Cura and instructions for configuring that.

djbumrush

I looked at the Anet A8 and A6 before I purchased my Creality CR-10. I as sold on the bigger print volume as well as reviews by various people on YouTube. It turns out I very rarely use the bigger build volume. I'd say go for a Creality printer, but I've just had another look at the A8 and it looks like it comes with linear bearings. Generally, that's what you would want over the V-slot extrusion and rollers, but I would imagine that the linear bearings on the A8 are going to be really cheap. There's a great community behind both brands (but forget any kind of manufacturer support, it doesn't exist). Also, I'm not being facetious when I say that if you're asking on HUKD about which printer to get, you should probably follow some of the communities on Reddit or Facebook. With any of the cheap Chinese printers, you'd be lucky to get it set up and print on the first try. You can expect problems with bed leveling, jammed filament, etc. so it helps if you're savvy with software and hardware, and you'll probably need to learn a bit about the mechanics and thermal properties of plastic in order to get good prints.

Wanhao Duplicator I3 Plus MK2 £249  (£100 off)  / The New Creality CR-20 £259.99 @ Box.co.uk
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Refreshed 1st AugRefreshed 1st Aug
*Updated 1st August: Price dropped even further, with reductions across alot of different 3D printers! Take a look at the range of discounts HERE Wanhao Duplicator I3 Plus MK2 … Read more
marra

Thanks mate I'll take a loot at the one at amazon.

powerbrick

Sunlu pla+ from Amazon is quite cheap and good or Esun stuff from Hobbyking.

marra

Thanks mate I looked at some reviews after reading you comment and bought one from ebay, this is my first 3D printer. Do I need to buy particular filament or can I buy any 1.75 pla? Thanks again. Edit: Heat added op

Bleugh

thingverse! they can do quite a bit

Bleugh

Heads up guys that the Wanhao Duplicator 9 - Wanhao D9 has been reduced to £349 at Box......Lol, drops £50 in less than a month! I've spend £40 on 'upgrades' for mine - a few wheels, and a couple of fans....Highly recommend you do the same!

Flashforge Finder 3D Printer - Wifi connectivity £349 with Free Next Day Delivery @ Box
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Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Ideal for anyone looking to get into 3D printing, looks a decent build and quite nicely designed compared to some of the others out there. Delivery is free and is showing as Next w… Read more
arctic_cougar

I have one of these as does my uncle and grandad. My grandad got his from Clas Ohlson for £400 just over a year ago. I'd wanted a 3d printer for ages so checked eBay and flashforge were selling refurbs for £179. This is where my uncle and I bought ours from and they both arrived in new condition. Having extensively used this printer now, I can say it is very good. HOWEVER, I would recommend people to steer clear of buying it at this price and look at a Creality CR-10 or similar. The Flashforge finder has a much smaller printbed size meaning you are more limited in what you can print. You are also limited in the plastics you can print with due to a lack of heated print bed. Check RCLifeOn YouTube channel for a good comparison video of some current highly rated 3d printers. For about the same money as this flashforge finder you could buy many of these printers in this video.

getknk

Any good websites for review of 3d printer world similar to xda-developers?

xfirebladex

If you're a maker, then these are very useful for models, mould masters, accessories, tools etc. For a more practical purposes, I've used mine to make a reducer coupler to go from my dust extractor to my flexible hose. The little clip that holds the porta-filter in my espresso machine broke off so I modelled a replacement and printed five of them as spares. Wanted a charger dock for my mobile and I just printed one. You will find uses for it when you have it. Does require the ability to model in 3D parametrically for full functionality though.

buckiebull

you may have to learn the basic's first before trying to create anything "thingiverse" has thousands of models posted on there forum! if you have an old xbox 360 camera I think it has to be v1 you can use that plus some software for creating your model image

Istanbul_Kop

So, say I had an action figure I wanted to copy...what else would I need? A scanner of some sort?

Toys R Us 3d printing PLA - £7.99 in store (Shirley/Solihull)
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LocalLocalFound 6th AprFound 6th Apr
600g rolls in Black, White, Clear Red and Nature. Found in Shirley/Solihull branch. Probably national. Branded for the Da vinci jr machine so also has the refill chip thingy.
mahmouddiaa

Good price thanks

Creality CR-10S 3D Printer (UK Stock - no customs fee - 12 Month Warranty) £425 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Cheapest I've ever seen this printer in the UK! Multiple colours available to suit your preference. As this is UK stock, there's no nasty customs surprise, and of course comes with… Read more
joef112

Good printer, pretty crap price though

birdyboyuk

Awesome piece of kit! (y)

TazzyUK

My brother has produced some very nice work with the printer. His is the 400mm all round version

BEEVERYCREATIVE BEEINSCHOOL 3D Printer @ Amazon for £224
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Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
A niche product and not for everyone, but might interest some at this price. The printer when launched was around £1k plus and the Amazon price of £220 appears to be a bargain Her… Read more
user.name

I got one for that price.

tempt

They have put the price up to £1414. Expired the deal. Sorry didn't last long!

Yakkal303

Wasn't a misprice, they sell for this price occasionally, and if you check the price graph it has been reducing for sometime.

rev6

£500 in basket.

Tronxy X3 Desktop High Accuracy LCD Screen 3D Printer Kit  -  EU PLUG  BLACK £124.77 @Gearbest.com
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Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Tronxy X3 Desktop High Accuracy LCD Screen 3D Printer Kit - EU PLUG BLACK Description: This kind of 3D printer is engineered to pr… Read more
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Dave_dave69

LOL - typical - it arrived today :)

Dave_dave69

I'm waiting patiently for my Anet A8 Desktop 3D Printer ordered from Gearbest on 17/01/18.

Dave_dave69

I've given one on your behalf :)

Gort1951

Sex sells.

dfb21

She obviously follows the rule that you can earn LOTS on youtube if you wear as little as possible.

FREE 3D Printer Filament Sample!
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Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Try a FREE sample of ( rPLA, rPETg, or rABS ) 3D printer filament.
birdyboyuk

Received my free sample yesterday! :D I got some rPETg...now to decide what to print with it!

buckiebull

Still nothing! *TEMPORARY HOLD ON NEW SAMPLE REQUESTS DUE TO SURGE IN DEMAND – PLEASE CHECK BACK IN A COUPLE OF WEEKS*

7fink7

*TEMPORARY HOLD ON NEW SAMPLE REQUESTS DUE TO SURGE IN DEMAND – PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON* (excited)

dealerxxx

*TEMPORARY HOLD ON NEW SAMPLE REQUESTS DUE TO SURGE IN DEMAND – PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON*

birdyboyuk

Thanks @fern37 (highfive)

1kg PLA 1.75mm filament for 3D printing - Just £12.99 prime / £17.74 no prime @ Amazon
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Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
Not many in stock, but such a great price for filament for your 3D printer! 5 colours to choose from Ash Grey Coal Black Pure White Ruby Red Sky Blue
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craizy

I've been using BQ filament for a few years now, never had any problems with the stuff. Generally pretty cheap and easy to get hold of. Normally have a QR code on the side of the spool that gives you detailed breakdown on the spool sizes and tolerances. Last delivery was a mix of the older packaging style and new, not sure if that means supply change though.

beanieboy182

Got it! Thanks

birdyboyuk

Check the other sellers... Still £12.99 from amazon

beanieboy182

Only grey and white are 12.99

djbumrush

3DQF, I just received mine yesterday actually, so haven't tried it out yet, but it did come highly reccomended.

3D Printer Vouchers for all Popular Geabest Printers
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Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
ANET A8 - £105.37 - Use code "A8KIDA" ANET E10 - £195.69 - Use code "ANET10" TEVO Tarantula - £127.95 - Use code "TEVOKIDA" TEVO Tornado - £233.33 - Use code "TORNADOS" … Read more
Sambat

Thanks for the info. The other thing is with an order from Chine - often these printers have a problem with faulty and missing parts. According to reviews the sellers are quick to acknowledge this and send parts. But, I don’t want to wait 6 weeks for a replacement part from China, and have a part built printer hanging around

joef112

If it's of a concern you can calculate what you might have to pay here: https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty However, I have never had to pay on any of the items I purchased

MRGRINGO

And not get shafted with import tax by buying from a UK based company. Honestly how gearbest deals are allowed? If it's Amazon you have to quote the prime price and delivery charge for non members. Yet the gearbest deals don't have to include an estimated import tax which you're legally obliged to pay.

joef112

I have personally ordered 2 printers and a OnePlus 5 from Gearbest and never had to pay any customs :)

Sambat

I was looking at the Tevo Tarantula which is £80 cheaper than UK prices. Even though dealing with China, and possibly Customs puts me off.

Anet A8 Desktop 3D Printer £108.38 at  GearBest
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
The reviews are good and the price seems excellent. I've had no problems with GearBest in the past so am sorely tempted by this one. Some features according to the accompanying b… Read more
b1g1an

That's OK then, thanks, just some of the vids show epic fail first runs and then they print new bits for it on a different printer which would kind of negate the whole point of this type of toe in the water printer, hence my comment. A printer isn't worth £300 to me but £100 is the right price if it doesn't end up in the bin :)

KeepForgettingPassword

It makes stuff to a reasonable quality out of the box, but upgrading some components and self making some parts will improve the quality quite a bit. Or you could just spend £300+ to get a better 3d printer, your choice

b1g1an

Is this not a chicken and egg scenario? You need to print these to get decent results but that means these will be rubbish too so what does it achieve?

KeepForgettingPassword

I am just assembling my Anet A8 now (bought from ebay £110 from UK seller), its going fine except for a couple of quality issues. One of the top support plates had a hole cut that was not straight so the vertical rod that goes through it could not go into the bottom hole on top of the z-axis motor without me loosening the top support plate. Also one of the linear bearings was toast right out of the bag, sounded like it had sand or something in it, did not move smoothly. I expect it will be done with about 1 hour more assembly, total about 4.5 hours to put it all together. So as mentioned by someone else, there are loads of mods to be done to improve output quality, like 7 x Igus Drylin RJ4JP-01-08 to replace the noisy (or in my case, just broken) linear bearings, print some brackets yourself to strengthen the frame, print some belt tensioners, print yourselves some covers for the power and controller boxes. Print filament guides and filament holder... Also, no filament in the box, had to order 1kg roll from ebay. You can use PLA or ABS, but ABS smells of burning plastic when being laid down so went for PLA which has a sweet smell.

poundshopper

Got this in the summer, took about 6 weeks to arrive. For noobs like me you need to be aware this is a kit, basically meccannoso you need to take. A look at the videos on you tube to see what you are letting yourself in for. Also lots of concerns about the weak power supply and associated components so you may want to order some extra bits and bobs from Amazon or eBay

Cool create ido 3d printer creator £14.99 @ Argos & Amazon
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IDO3D is the 3D printing inspired creative brand using special ink that sets like plastic! Simply choose a mould, fill it with the special ink and press the 'make' button to create… Read more
oscarita

thanks great deal

andysmoore

Could you use this to make an Apple Pencil cap?

bocosrs

Review here

plumbear

Heat added, ordered. Thanks op.

mcek

At Amazon, this is for Prime members only.... but there are 3 units of used - as new for £14.24..... if you hurry.

3D Printer Kit 220x220x200mm Printing Size Support Off-line Print With Dual Fans 1.75mm 0.4mm £139 @ Banggood
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3D Printer TRONXY® X8 Desktop DIY Kit 220x220x200mm Printing Size Support Off-line Print With Dual Fans 1.75mm 0.4mm Nozzle 139gbp, expedited delivery within 5-8 days for 1,94 g… Read more
Epailes

"Darwin at work" Normal people won't even know if they've made a mistake, that's a bit of a nonchalant attitude to have for the potential for rooms to catch fire. From my time it seems like 99.9% of them are fine, but 0.1% is too high a failure rate when it comes to fire.

Orbital

Had mine for over 8 months. It's completely stock apart from a "Z" axis sensor, so it will automatically level the bed. Printed hundreds of items, with absolutely no issues what so ever. Half the people you hear with the horror stories can't have put it together correctly in the first place (Darwin at work). So keep you frock on, and stop being such a drama queen.

deleted1032520

Jesus Lord there's a fire!

ricko

I have bought loads of things from the Chinese sites and was not charged a single penny in extra import/tax duty fees.Most recently was a Xaiomi Mi drone , over 300 notes , no duty . Previous items a few years ago was a xK Detect Drone ,over 200 notes , no import duties. I now use Aliexpress for most items and again never get stung with import duties.

Gentle_Giant

Not according the the HMRC website, parcel value + postage = Duty value only applies to certain carriers. I already knew this because I take custody of low value parcels that cost a bomb to post from China - and dont pay any VAT or duty on them, even though the shipping cost is over £100. (The guy could save a fortune shipping it by boat and planning 3 months ahead, but he leaves it until the last minute and ships large volume, low weight and value parcels by air).

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