The 9 Best 3D Printers To DIY By Machine

Monoprice Select Mini

Far and away that least expensive 3D printer that isn’t a build-it-yourself kit, you’re not going to find much in the way of bells and whistles, but you’ll be paying several hundred less than anything that comes anywhere close. Able to handle most standard materials, the reason this stands out among the competition is the heated bed, which reduces flaws and working problems while printing, and makes the chance of success much higher. Though the cost is entry-grade, the operation is not. Green users will quickly find themselves in over their head, needing help to dig out; but if they take the time and work to master the Mini, the potential return on investment for the tiny entry fee is extremely high. Purchase: $200