The Prusa Mini+ is an excellent first 3D printer for those interested in seeing what the technology can do and are prepared to pay a bit more for quality.
The Switchbot Lock can turn a dumb lock you can’t remove into a smart lock that can be controlled remotely.
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This low-cost fingerprint smart lock has all of the basic features you might need in a discreet package.
Anycubic’s Photon M3 brings an unbelievably low price to resin-based 3D printing. But quirky software means this isn’t the best choice for your introduction to 3D printing.
The Scout Alarm system is well priced and easy to install yourself, but it is missing some components.
The Eufy Security Smart Lock Touch & WiFi fingerprint lock works well, but is somewhat larger than most modern smart locks.
The Formlabs Form 3+ remains the resin printer to beat for artists, designers, and others who need quick, fast prints, because it is hassle-free, easy to use, and easily adapts to multiple users.
The Wyze Cam Floodlight and camera combo works well, but requires a monthly subscription for full features.
The Holy Stone HS-Series HS161 tries to be a combination of drone, USB battery and handheld camera, but it isn’t great at any of these jobs.
The FlashForge Adventurer 4 is a powerful, low-cost 3D printer that can handle multiple materials, though you’ll run into a few quirks that can interfere with the print process.
Many resin-based 3D printers cost around $2,000 or more, but the Photon Mono X 3D printer delivers quality prints for $599. It’s an inexpensive way to try SLA 3D printing.
The Monoprice Delta Mini V2 3D printer is an improvement over the original entry-level 3D printer. It’s a good, inexpensive option for newcomers, but software flaws remain.
While not the most sophisticated 3D Printer, the Toybox does a good job of printing basic toys quickly and without much hassle.
The Peopoly Phenom is an intriguing resin 3D printer for less. But you’ll have to be pretty comfortable with 3D printing to make the most of it.
Both the Polaroid Play 3D Pen and the 3Doodler Create Plus put creativity in the palm of your hand. But which 3D pen is the best one for your needs?
XYZprinting's latest entry-level 3D printer, the da Vinci Nano, packs in a lot of features for its low price, and is a good choice for getting started with 3D printing.