by Mitchel Dumlao June 03, 2017

Finding and buying the right 3D Printer can be difficult, especially when you've just recently discovered the wonders of desktop 3D Printing.  As an online 3D Printing store, Eezitec prides itself on being one of the few eCommerce platforms for 3D Printers and accessories such as Filament and 3D Scanners.  Although, people still enjoy the accessibility, customer service, and Prime shipping that offers.  We get it and have come up with a list of the top 10 best selling 3D Printers that you could find on Amazon.  Although these printers are amazing, what we offer on are much more curated for quality, so feel free to explore our site for some incredible products :)

As a quick summary, it seems that Monoprice has taken the lead in affordable consumer grade 3D Printers.  With a low price point at $220, it's hard to beat especially when it comes with a heated print bed, support for all filament types, and a MicroSD card with pre-loaded 3D Models.  

The more established names such as Flashforge, XYZ, and Lulzbot make the list and are brands which we have had the most experience with.  All three brands have been around for a few years and have proven to be solid options for a beginner and as well as prosumers.  The Lulzbot is more heavy duty and pricier than the rest, but with the bigger printing bed and long history as a reputable company in the 3D Printing industry, it's worth the price.

The Loee will require assembly so if you are looking for an out-of-the-box option, you should find something else, but if you like building things, try this one out.  Qidi Tech has quite the amount of good reviews and sits at an inexpensive price point of $400.  

When considering purchasing a 3D Printer, ask yourself what you want to print, how big, the types of materials (filament) you want to print with, your budget, and if you want to build your 3D Printer or have it come to you as one piece. As always, you get what you pay for, so the range of $220 to $2500 may look drastic, but having the ability to print bigger objects with an established company can help you overlook that price gap. 

At the end of the day, it's all up to you on what you want to buy.  Remember that 3D Modeling isn't easy and that finding 3D Model repositories like Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory, and Pinshape is a good way to get started.  As always, if you have any questions, let us know!  Happy shopping :)


1. Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer
Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer

2. Monoprice 13860 Maker Select 3d Printer V2

Monoprice 13860 Maker Select 3D Printer V2

3. Monoprice Maker Select Plus 3D Printer

 Monoprice Maker Select Plus 3D Printer

4. FlashForge 3d Printer Creator Pro

 FlashForge 3d Printer Creator Pro, Metal Frame Structure, Acrylic Covers, Optimized Build Platform, Dual Extruder


 QIDI TECHNOLOGY X-ONE 3D Printer with Fully Metal Structure,3.5 Inch Touchscreen

6. XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3D Printer

XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3D Printer - 5.9'' x 5.9'' x 5.9'' Built Volume (Includes: 300g PLA Filament, USB Cable

7. XYZprinting da Vinci mini 3D Printer

 XYZprinting da Vinci mini 3D Printer, 5.9'' x 5.9'' x 5.9''

8. Loee Upgraded DIY Desktop 3D Printer Reprap Prusa i3 Kit

 Loee Upgraded DIY Desktop 3D Printer Reprap Prusa i3 Kit, High Accuracy Self-Assembly Tridimensional FDM Printer

9. FlashForge 3D Printers, New Model: Finder

 FlashForge 3D Printers, New Model: Finder

10. LulzBot TAZ 6 3D Printer

LulzBot TAZ 6 3D Printer

Mitchel Dumlao
Mitchel Dumlao


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