Ratings Overview - 3D Printer

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The Ultimaker 2+.

 Ultimaker 2+
Earning the top score overall, the Ultimaker 2+ took home the Editors' Choice award. This is the best overall 3D printer, producing top-notch prints while being easy to use. This model is a...  read more >
$2,500

Editors' Choice Award
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Print Quality - 8 of 10
8
Ease of Use - 7 of 10
7
Print Capabilities - 7 of 10
7
Support - 7 of 10
7
The Sindoh 3DWOX DP201

 Sindoh 3DWOX DP201
The DP201 by Sindoh is a fantastically easy to use model that is fantastically easy to use and produces reasonably good prints, earning it our Best Buy award. While this model isn't the absolute...  read more >
$1,300

Best Buy Award
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67
Print Quality - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Use - 9 of 10
9
Print Capabilities - 5 of 10
5
Support - 6 of 10
6
The Zortrax M200 Pro.

 Zortrax M200 Pro
Tying for the runner-up position, the M200 Pro by Zortrax performed well in our tests but definitely comes at a premium price. This model is a bit difficult to set up and restricted to proprietary...  read more >
$2,100

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Print Quality - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Use - 7 of 10
7
Print Capabilities - 5 of 10
5
Support - 8 of 10
8
The Lulzbot TAZ 6.

 Lulzbot TAZ 6
This extra large printer comes at a premium price but includes all the features and functions that you would expect with that. Unfortunately, this printer fell slightly behind our top models in a...  read more >
$2,500

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66
Print Quality - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Use - 7 of 10
7
Print Capabilities - 7 of 10
7
Support - 7 of 10
7
The QIDI Technology X-one.

 QIDI Technology X-One
Winning the Best Buy award for being the best bang for the buck, the X-One by QIDI Technologies is a decent printer at a much more palatable price than the bulk of the competition. This printer held...  read more >
$500

Best Buy Award
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61
Print Quality - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Use - 7 of 10
7
Print Capabilities - 5 of 10
5
Support - 6 of 10
6
The MakerGear M2.

 MakerGear M2
The M2 by MakerGear comes at a premium price and failed to impress. This model didn't have amazing print quality and was much more difficult to use than the bulk of its peers. While this is a...  read more >
$1,825

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Print Quality - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Use - 4 of 10
4
Print Capabilities - 6 of 10
6
Support - 7 of 10
7
The FlashForge 3D Printer Creator Pro.

 FlashForge Creator Pro
The Creator Pro is a middle-of-the-road 3D printer at a reasonable price. While this model isn't the best quality printer or the best value, it's a decent printer that didn't give us too many...  read more >
$900

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Print Quality - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Use - 5 of 10
5
Print Capabilities - 5 of 10
5
Support - 6 of 10
6
The Monoprice Maker Select V2.

 Monoprice Maker Select V2
This budget printer didn't dominate the scores but it did an acceptable job across the board. The Maker Select V2 does have a few quirks and can take some tinkering but we got some good prints out...  read more >
$300

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Print Quality - 5 of 10
5
Ease of Use - 5 of 10
5
Print Capabilities - 6 of 10
6
Support - 6 of 10
6
The Monoprice Select Mini.

 Monoprice Select Mini
This budget 3D printer delivered a decent performance across the board in our tests. The Monoprice Select Mini doesn't do terribly well at printing ABS and has a tiny build area, but it makes...  read more >
$220

Best Buy Award
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51
Print Quality - 5 of 10
5
Ease of Use - 5 of 10
5
Print Capabilities - 5 of 10
5
Support - 6 of 10
6
The XYZ Printing da Vinci 1.0 Pro

 XYZ Printing da Vinci 1.0 Pro
The da Vinci 1.0 Pro is a subpar machine that appears to be very flimsily constructed, with this model being cut from the review after breaking and needing to be exchanged for a new model three...  read more >
$700

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47
Print Quality - 3 of 10
3
Ease of Use - 7 of 10
7
Print Capabilities - 4 of 10
4
Support - 6 of 10
6
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The M3D Micro.

 M3D Micro
The Micro by M3D is an adorably small 3D printer, available in an attractive set of colors and costs much, much less than the other printers in this review. Unfortunately, that is about the extent...  read more >
$300

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Print Quality - 3 of 10
3
Ease of Use - 6 of 10
6
Print Capabilities - 2 of 10
2
Support - 5 of 10
5
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