3D Printers for Sale

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Explore a diverse collection of 3D printers for sale online at 3D Printing USA. Including recognized brands like Creality, Intamsys, Modix, and Sinterit, we cater to artists, architects, engineers, businesses, and hobbyists. If you're seeking fused deposition modeling, Stereolithography, or selective laser sintering, our assortment offers the best 3D printers to bring your digital creations to life. These premium printers offer versatile solutions for various industries while enabling easy and precise design of prototypes, intricate objects, functional parts, and more. Have a look at our extensive selection and select the best printer as per your needs:

Types of 3D Printers Available in Our Collection

FDM (Filament)

Our range of FDM printers is popular for their ability to create precise and durable 3D objects by melting and extruding thermoplastic filaments layer by layer.  We have sourced 3D printers from top brands such as Creality, Intamsys, and Modix, each known for their superior performance.

Creality:

It is known for large build volumes and features dual-gear direct drive extruders, high-temperature capabilities (up to 300°C), and advanced connectivity options like Wi-Fi and Ethernet for remote control.

Intamsys: 

Intamsys printers offer dual nozzle systems, high-speed and high-precision printing, heated chambers for consistent quality, and compatibility with advanced materials like PEEK and PA.

Modix: 

These 3D printers have strong NEMA 23 motors for faster printing, optical end-stops for accuracy, emergency stop buttons, and smart design features for continuous production.

SLA (Resin)

We house the top-rated SLA 3D printers that use a process called photopolymerization to create well-defined objects. In this process, a UV laser is used to solidify layers of liquid resin to form the desired shape. Check out the features of our SLA (Resin) 3D Printer by Creality:

  • The UW-01 features a dual-band UV light source for efficient curing of resin prints and durable results.
  • Its innovative magnetic 360° rotatable platform design allows for thorough and even curing of printed models from all angles.
  • With a spacious washing container, it accommodates larger-sized models for efficient cleaning, promoting convenience and cost-effectiveness.
  • Offering adjustable three-gear speed modes for washing and curing, users can adjust the process based on their specific requirements.
  • You can have precise control over the printing process with adjustable curing and washing times, ranging from 2 to 90 minutes.
  • The intuitive HD touch button, self-adjustable bracket, double-row, double-band UV lamp beads, and automatic stop mechanism provide easy operation and flawless results.

SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)

These printers from our range utilize laser technology to sinter powdered materials, layer by layer, creating complex three-dimensional objects and designs without the need for support structures. Here's the unique qualities of our SLS printer from Sinterit:

  • It delivers high-resolution, professional-grade prints for various applications by using SLS technology to create detailed 3D objects without support structures.
  • Designed to fit into small workspaces, this is ideal for offices and labs. 
  • Ready to use out of the box with minimal setup and no assembly required- plug & play!
  • Ensures precise prints with a minimum XY accuracy of 50 microns and a layer height of 75 microns.
  • These Printers are compatible with a broad range of engineering-grade and advanced materials.
  • Its user-friendly sinterit studio software with an intuitive interface and customizable parameters offers the necessary accessories for efficient SLS printing.

Things You Need to Know When Buying a 3D Printer

Exploring Different 3D Printer Categories

There are a variety of 3D printers available, such as FDM, SLS, and SLA. Each type has unique capabilities and advantages, so knowing which one matches your needs and purposes is important before purchasing. For instance -

  • If you're in the consumer goods industry, choose FDM for prototyping and producing custom parts.
  • For manufacturing durable, complex geometrical components in engineering and aerospace applications, pick SLS.
  • SLA is perfect for creating highly detailed, high-resolution prototypes in the jewelry, dentistry, and medical device industries.

Pricing: Know What You’re Paying For

Prices vary widely based on the 3D printer’s capabilities and quality, ranging from basic models to professional-grade machines.  It’s essential to balance your budget with your printing needs like better print quality, speed, and reliability.  Also, consider if the printers have the necessary printing materials or if you have to buy them additionally, which means added cost.

Evaluating Print Quality

Resolution and speed are the two main things that decide the quality of a print. The amount of detail in your prints is determined by the print resolution. The lower the micron number, the more detailed the print will be. Whereas, print speed affects how quickly your printer can complete a job. To truly assess a printer’s quality, examine sample outputs and customer reviews. 

Choosing the Right Materials

The choice of printing material is vital, as it affects the quality and characteristics of your printed objects. Common materials include Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), each with its pros and cons. For beginners, PLA is eco-friendly and easy to use, while ABS is durable but requires more careful handling due to its higher melting point and tendency to emit fumes during printing.  

Selecting a Slicing Software

Choosing the right slicing software can significantly affect print quality and efficiency. Slicing software translates STL files into printer-friendly language and helps build the model layer by layer. The software chooses the number of layers, the printer head route, and solid or hollow model elements for printing structures. Many printers come with proprietary slicing software, but there are also third-party options available.

So why wait? Check out our range of 3D Printers for sale only at 3D Printing USA and spark your creativity like never before! Plus, if you're in need of 3D printing filament and parts, we offer a comprehensive selection to fuel your next project.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does a 3D printer work?

A 3D printer creates objects by layering material based on a digital model using technologies like FDM, SLA, or SLS. The process involves slicing the model into layers, printing each layer, and then post-processing the object.

What materials can be used with 3D printers?

Different 3D printing technologies utilize various materials. For example, FDM printers typically use thermoplastic filaments like ABS, PETG, PLA, and TPU. SLA and DLP printers use photopolymer resins. SLS printers work with powdered materials like nylon or thermoplastics. Additionally, there are specialized materials for metal 3D printing, opening up a wide range of material possibilities.

Can 3D printers be upgraded or modified?

Yes, Common modifications can include upgrading extruders, nozzles, or heated beds for better performance. 

What are some innovative uses of 3D printing technology?

Innovative uses of 3D printing technology include rapid prototyping, customized manufacturing, medical applications such as prosthetics and implants, creating intricate and detailed jewelry pieces, aerospace applications, architectural modeling, and even construction using large-scale 3D printers.

Are there any size limitations for objects that can be printed?

Yes, 3D printers have size limitations for objects, which depend on the printer's build volume. The maximum dimensions of an object are constrained by the height, width, and depth of the printer's build area.

Are there any safety considerations when using a 3D printer?

It's crucial to operate the printer according to guidelines to minimize risks:

  • Make sure proper ventilation to reduce exposure to fumes
  • Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for operating temperatures and materials
  • Keep the printer away from combustible chemicals and 
  • Regular inspection to prevent hazards

How much maintenance do 3D printers require?

Maintenance frequency depends on printer usage and type, but routine checks and maintenance are recommended to avoid issues and ensure consistent printing quality. Maintenance tasks may include 

  • Cleaning the Print Bed and Nozzle
  • Lubricating Moving Parts
  • Calibrating the Machine and
  • Using High-Quality Filaments