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eSUN Dryer Box of 3D Printer Filament, eBOX Filament Storage Box £42.39 sold by eSUN Official Store and Fulfilled by Amazon
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10/05/2021Expires on 10/05/2021Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
£42.39 with 20% off voucher with Amazon free shipping, £5.99 extra if need to pay for shipping. Dries out your 3D printing filament. eBOX is compatible with the diameters 1.75mm… Read more
Rickmc

You can select one time purchase only, not sure why it defaults to subscribe for an item like this but just choose other option.

kobrakaan1

you can add code then change to one time purchase and the discount stays so I've bought one (y) cheers op

Bad.Actor

Not according to Amazon's terms and conditions :| " If you cancel the subscription for the Qualifying Item, you will not receive the discount. "

Nealjane100

So 20% by adding it to subscribe and save…buy it…then remember to cancel the subscription!- that’s just nuts who needs more than one of these?!

pgodlewa

I have both this and sunlu. My preference is esun because it has proper rollers, scale and more precise temperature settings. Both do the job just fine so I would suggest to get what's currently on offer.

Creality 3d Printer hot end and spares kit for Creality CR-10 £3.99 delivered at Box ebay
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
Very cheap spares set for anyone with a Creality CR-10 3d printer. Only 3.99 delivered for :- 2 Limit switches 2 Wheels 1 Hot end 1 Bowden tube 1 Pair of pliars 1 belt
fryitup

Thanks. Steal

UKScottDeals

Niche...

HUKDposter

Anybody know where to get sturdier springs for the heat bed at a decent price?

bbdom

Be cautious if you are going to use this on a 24V printer as the head for the CR-10 may well be for a 12V heater.

joedastudd

Literally ordered an Ender 3 pro on Wednesday (£141 shipped from the UK, non V2 is £112 from their official site), so perfect timing.

Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer £185 Delivered @ Box
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
Good price for the V2, considering UK stock and no additional fees to pay, delivery is included in the price also :) The successor to the legendary Ender 3 The newest pri… Read more
Jetpac

I picked up the voxelab linked earliernin the thread for 134. Done the test print and currently working on a benchy. Its fantastic so far and cheaper. An almost exact clonenof the ender 3 v2

redford

Just for the tree huggers out there, by far the most popular material to print with is PLA. This is made from corn starch or sugarcane etc. and is totally bio degradable. Yes you can print with other materials and they are not so friendly, but that is a choice. Not sure where the plastic particles floating in the air some people are referring to come from.

louisajoyce

Thank you!

joedastudd

If he is a complete newbie get the Ender 3 V2. If he falls in love with 3D printing he'll mod the Ender 3 like crazy and the build size is big enough for most people. If he outgrows it then he'll have something specific in mind like a resin printer, delta, self build, etc.

louisajoyce

Sorry, I'm back! One more question please! Is it worth paying extra to get the CR-10 v2 whichhas a bigger build size (although this doesn’t seem to be on offer anywhere sodoubtless not a good choice?) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07XLHX6J1/?coliid=IR9IVHUD1UJGH&colid=8BRPZYB600IU&psc=1&ref_=lv_vv_lig_dp_it Is the newer Ender-5 pro worth the extra money (at£269), or is there not enough difference to make it worth paying an extra £84? https://www.box.co.uk/Creality-Ender-5-Pro-3D-Printer_2852980.htm Thank you thank you!

FLSUN Q5 Delta 3D Printer with 10m of sample filament for £182.06 delivered from UK warehouse @ TomTop
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
Great price for one of these FLSUN Q5 printers, which are entry level and less boxy than the Creality ones. £182.06 including VAT and taxes, as it is shipping from the UK, so it ha… Read more
dumvadin

Thank you, appreciate the prompt help here

Dogpitt

Firstly, if using a mobile device, make sure you are in 'desktop mode' so you can see the full website page. Secondly, click the currency drop down next to the price and select either Euros or Dollars (compare rates at the time you intend to place an order). Thirdly, pay either in the chosen currency using your fee free card (recommended only if its a credit card) or via PayPal (if your card is a debit card). In the case of the latter, make sure you make the payment in the right currency and don't allow PayPal to convert for you - their exchange rates are abysmal.

dumvadin

How do you select euros as currency? I'm at the Tomtop purchase page where you enter the credit card number, etc, but there is no option here to change currency, is it after this page? I have a fee free Halifax clarity card I can use

dumvadin

I'm afraid it doesnt let you use codes on top of the flash sale price, it just ends up removing the sale discount

Wazzupdeals

Very impressive thanks for sharing

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3D Printer Filament 1.75mm Amazon Basicfil PLA 500g roll £7.67 prime / £12.16 non prime UK Mainland - Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon
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Posted 7th AprPosted 7th Apr
Superb Filament, I've gotten through quite a few rolls of it now, it's my 'go to' for knocking out prints one after the other on my Ender 3 pro This is usually £7.95, next cheape… Read more
Bleugh

Just bought a few more rols of this, the grey and the green both look amazing and print superbly at 220 degrees on my ender 3 pro!

TheOneAndOnly

I remember a couple of years ago you could get deals on ebay where you'd pay £8-£9 per kg reel. Luckily still have a load left. I need a small reel for weird printers so will get one just for the spool. Thanks for posting.

jg213

My concern was if the plastic/chemicals hanging around in the air is dangerous, especially as I spend a lot of time in my bedroom. I think the risks to future health is currently unknown? I don't want to end up with some cancer caused by it. It seems pla may be the safer one for indoor printing for now, I think the others have more of a risk.

dowlin

Mine is in my bedroom (lol) the only space I have. I only print using pla, no real smells or anything. Also might be worth noting, I've got no other half to moan at me about it either...

craig2112

Depends on the printer. I upgraded the electronics on my ender 3 Pro and now the only noise is from the fans.

Creality Ender-3 Max 3D Printer - 300x300x340mm Build Area / Heated Bed £229 Delivered @ Box
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Price drop on this popular model, with delivery included. Large Build Volume: 300x300x340mm Software: Cura Filament Size: 1.75mm Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm Nozzle Diameter: … Read more
ronniefisher

I got one a few weeks ago as my first printer. 4 screws and 30 mins later i was printing. Watch a few youtube vids before building then watch a few on bed levelling. Ive gone through 3 reels of filament already and made loads of models and stuff(bought it to make imoov robot which i have now started). Now just need to find out i can make money from it so i can justify buying another. :) .

Bleugh

Amazon basics stuff is on sale righ tnow and very good!

Ryan_Rowland

I have an ender 3 V2 and it's one of the best purchases I've ever made, if you're willing to put the time in and learn to calibrate your machine correctly you can get awesome quality prints out of these budget printers. Half the fun is in the tinkering, I'd recommend the Ender series to anyone looking to get into 3d printing, the community is huge and there's tonnes of support available.

zombiebentley

I got this when was 250 few weeks ago . Took it out box set it up and printed . Raise bed temp to 60 and get some Trade Chemicals Isopropanol Alcohol IPA 99.99% from amazon and had no problems so far . I've done no tinkering yet and all is going well ..

warriorscot

There is a place for it, in schools, colleges, youth groups, even small companies dipping their toes in the water that aren't really serious and won't have someone specializing in it. For a hobbyist though you can get a better product, for less money at the cost of only a fairly marginal amount of set up time or a way way better product for just a little more money. Sit a flash forge next to a prusa mini+ and other than a fairly marginal price difference there isn't a lot of competition between the two in any metric. And to be honest for the use cases above the flash forge only really wins because Prusa's are expensive, if a full size prusa was 30-50% less then there wouldn't be a market for flash forge, or creality beyond getting to market quicker with certain techs. A printer is an expensive way to refine just cad skills, iteration is absolutely a thing for the design of an object, but your cad skills shouldn't be so bad you need a printer to show you your errors in your modelling it should all be about refining the product. You can also use VR for that at way lower cost for early design stages. If you want to do anything beyond playing with a printer I just think flash forges are objectively bad products, not because they are bad printers, but that they build bad habits from day one and only really have middling to poor value for money. This is a pretty clear example of that and ender-3 max will print as well, but has significantly greater build volume and a better community behind it. A mini+ has marginally more build volume, but is massively better in every respect for 50 quid more fully assembled and 20-30 more as a kit with great instructions. Flash forge printers only really start to look attractive to me at the high end where there commercial products are actually innovative for the low end consumer products they just don't even try and compete beyond that little niche they have for the 3d printers as toys more than tools market.