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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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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
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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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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.

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Tronxy X3 Desktop High Accuracy LCD Screen 3D Printer Kit  -  EU PLUG  BLACK £124.77 @Gearbest.com
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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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Try a FREE sample of ( rPLA, rPETg, or rABS ) 3D printer filament.
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)

Leery24

If you ordered it two months ago maybe :D

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.

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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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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).

1KG of PLA filament for 3D printers (various colours!) £13.87 prime / £18.62 non prime - Sold by Ristar and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Get 30% off PLA filament for 3D printers... 5 colours to choose from, however, the Brown doesn't show the promotion, however, if you add the code: AVCCUUSS to the basket, this wi… Read more
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m600

Been using this kkmoon filament in yellow on my new Anet A8 been great so far https://imgur.com/a/BLjzP No longer have this yellow in stock,not too sure on the other colours for sale. Loving the Anet A8 <3

birdyboyuk

This is their brown filament... I think it's a good color, but not really that brown

birdyboyuk

They still have the 30% promotion going though...

tinca

Up to twenty squids now (:I

Loudmouth

Any pictures of the results?

Primavalue Green PLA 3D Printer filament - £15.90 (Prime) £20.65 (Non Prime) from Amazon!
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I've been looking into getting more filament for my printer. This seems a good price, albeit the colour, but it can be painted! Other colours are available at varying prices... S… Read more
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jak19

With pictures of prints today from Files on thingiverse: - Articulated monkey https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1865032 - Front-half of unicorn pencil case https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2584861

birdyboyuk

I've just printed this using the filament from this deal. I've yet to check it out properly as I left it printing overnight... So far, it looks pretty good! It's still sat at home (image from my mounted camera) Those wanting to know what it is, it's a tool holder that sits on the top of the power supply... See below for example

jak19

Quick update on the Robo3D PLA (though price has now gone up) - excellent prints and absolutely no issues on my FlashForge Finder - would highly recommend based on the 2 prints I've made thus far. FYI, this was with the 'Pearl' PLA - have just ordered a further roll

sej7278

i'm trying out amz3d which is sub-£20 level and if that's no good, i'll fork out for some 3dfilaprint which is supposed to be excellent (and a uk company) for about £24/kilo.

wild_quinine

There still seems to be 3.00mm filament on Amazon, but there's barely any 1.75 now. Looks bad, I have to admit. What do you currently use?

Creality3D CR - 10 3D Printer £262.69 with code @ GearBest
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Seems a great price for this machine. Massive build volume too. Add to basket, use code CR10UK31 (make sure you choose EU warehouse) Main Features: ● With LCD screen and… Read more
Toothy1911

Price is actually now better than posted. Just ordered one this morning for £255.91. Anyone know if we're liable to pay VAT on arrival?

birdyboyuk

I've posted a few filament deals...Clicky! No idea if price still valid, you'd have to check. PLA is a good staring point for 3D printing. I've just purchased some wood filament...going to be interesting to see how that goes! (y)

pontprennau

OK so i just ordered this now what filament should I order to go with it?

simonbrowne

Levelling is the most iportant thing to do next. goto prepare/level base (or some thing). at each cornet adjust so a paper thickness away (use as deeler guage) do this around all corners by pressing next step.check the centre as some supplied with bowed glass. if that is more than the others you will need to get that level first. I ended up putting a piece of paper under the glass in the centre and making sure the clips were in each corner. next make sure bed is heated. ui use 60 degrees. i also use masking tape and pritt stick on that. Still not perfected yet but most prints come out fine. once the base start working 80% of problems are cured and you are ready to get great print.

bigN13

assembled in less than 30 min, will try to print couple of things today. the first attempt of printing the sample found in the sd card were not successful as after 15min the movement of the head stoped causing the nozzle to get fully covered with filament.

3D Printers reduced at Gearbest - from £97.85 Delivered (UK Warehouse)
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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 (mu… Read more
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Burgess85

Is eu13 and eu3 UK warehouse then?

cb-uk

GearBest has just been hacked too: https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/security-alert-gearbest-customer-details-passwords-may-have-been-hacked-2862189

ozskins

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.

ahdvd

Not since 2 friends accounts were hacked, i trust paypal even less!

mcek

Don't you use PayPal? You wouldn't be entering your details with so many retailers then.

Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer £133 @ Amazon
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£83 off RRP; in my opinion the best value printer for newcomers. Steal at this price - a great introduction to the wonderful world of 3D printing. Comes pre-built and pre-calibr… Read more
ivotedyes

A small 3D printer perhaps??? (party)

spannerzone

And there was you thinking this product only makes junk! if you buy this you won't need to buy junk from Gearbest/Ali Express/Bang Good etc

Picard123

The other thread obviously didn't include examples of the great things that you can make with these! Dragon Head Shower fitment! (lol) Strawberry leaf remover! (highfive)

littlecoupe

Thank you!!!! I’ve beeen waiting for a uk release of this printer for ages!!! Thank you huk

FoxRaynard

You can buy kids on Gearbest?!?!? :o

UP Plus 2 3D printer **Save £700** - now £599.99 at Currys
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Currys are currently selling this 3D printer for £599.99 over £50 cheaper than Amazon. It looks to have some really good reviews and would be a great present for anybody intereste… Read more
yesBilly

It was available when I posted it. Maybe They leave the listing up for reference because the shops still sell them. As I said, it's still comparatively very expensive for such a small print volume.

amour3k

True,good point ... So why is it featured there in the first place?, I don't get it, lol.

micky316

Save your cash and go for a wanhao i3 v2.1 great hobby printer

waaqii

We recently purchased a few 3D printers at work and somebody had ordered the ups box plus and we’ve had terrible use out of them.. the support and functions are very poor however this is from my own personal experience, other people out there may have different views

hyenadog

this is a pretty poor spec/old design for the money .. personally i would go for a Prusa i3 or (lesser choice Creality 3D upgraded version) but you have to wait for them (and make sure you add the VAT/duty on the creality for a fair comparison) .. there are lots of better choices out there but maybe not many you can pick up next day

Anet A8 Desktop 3D Printer - no code needed *Flash Deal* - £88.69 @ LightInTheBox
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Even cheaper, I remember I bought this from them for £125 3 months ago! Flash deal so no code needed!!! Engineered to provide redefined usability, quality, performance ●… Read more
SuperMariosDad

Aaaaagh. I wanted this but with shipping not with it. Can be had for under £100 delivered from gearbest

Sambat

Thanks. Shame would have been a bargain...

SavageDonkey

After paypal..goes back to checkout to choose delivery speed and customs options

Sambat

Where is postage shown. I went to checkout with PayPal but don’t see the price before logging in. also I have a code but can’t see where to I put it.

cod619

With shipping it comes to £129ish

Xyz Junior 3D printer - £169.99 @ eBuyer
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Saw this and thought it might be worth a post as it has decent reviews and is the cheapest I have seen it. Bought it on Ebuyer's bf deal last year (£10 more) and has been a strong… Read more
Scoobyed

Heated, good price, might be a way round (more expensive) proprietary cartridge filaments https://hackaday.com/2014/04/10/resetting-drm-on-3d-printer-filament/

Bigcap

I've been looking at this! Great price! Head added!

tinca

Couldn't agree more (I own 4 3d printers)

Pancakez

Looks like a good deal, not sure I would trust my kids with the open hot nozzle.

maui

I personally think this is a better deal: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Monoprice-124166-Printer-version-Adapter/dp/B06XXPN8GY/

Wanhao i3Plus Duplicator; 3D Printer  	£270.51  Amazon
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Same printer as one recently sold by Aldi for £299
fran1o86

I don't know this particular one, but I heard a lot of issues about 3D Printers so check reviews.

Ian2014

£35 cheaper than yesterday! Still not quite convinced whether I would use one of these - maybe next year :D

Inquisitor

I know very little about 3D printers but would like to eventually get one for some prototyping work (accessories). hopefully some experts could help with my questions? # Is the market like the phone market? - where by new tech comes around 2-3 years and is x2 better etc? # how up-gradable is it? do you need to upgrade it? Say if i wanted to use different plastics, harder or higher quality? plastics, would it be determined by the material or the equipment? So my question is - is it worth getting the mid range rather than the basic spec to start off? (assuming I like the process and will use it semi frequently?) Recommendations? :) I've seen this I3 or equivalents are pretty good...

Experiment

Ordered. Will be my first printer, although i have used them before. I have always been waiting for the technology to get better, like VR (which i also just bought).

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