The 9 Best 3D Printers To DIY By Machine

Tiertime Up Mini 2

Though the cost is a little higher than most entry-level 3D printers, those who know they’re going to go deep once they start digging into this well should consider investing in the Up Mini 2, as it’s the fastest way to get started making prints with little fuss, and it can grow along with you until you’re ready for something with more horses under the hood. It’s small, stylish, finishes jobs easily with a professional-level flair that most lower-end printers miss, and it’s downright fun to operate, limiting how much you need to change it at the beginning. Though it won’t satisfy most experts, the quickest path from knowing nothing to being an intermediate 3D print guru lies right here. Purchase: $600