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Creality's popular entry-level printer the Ender-2 Mini! Package Includes: Full Ender-2 kit Free 5m filament 8GB SD card and reader Tools Hotbed ...View full details
The Wanhao i3 Mini 3D printer is now being released in Europe from Technology Outlet IN STOCK NOW! The Wanhao Duplicator i3 Mini 3D Printer The Wan...View full details
Top-quality Features... This is the only Prusa-style printer on the market with an integrated electronics cabin, a full-sized SD card slot, and an...View full details
With its pre-assembled steel frame, the i3 Duplicator is the best-selling reprap in 3D printing! Amongst the features packed neatly into this plat...View full details
Technology Outlet's Premium ABS 3D Printer (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is an oil based filament and has a higher melting point than PLA. ABS ...View full details
ASA (Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) is a UV-resistant weather-able polymer for 3D Printing. ASA has a rigidity higher than ABS and thus is suita...View full details
Cleaning filament Printing Parameters Item Results Unit Nozzle Temp 165-260 °C Prin...View full details
Specifications: Premium Conductive 3D Filament for 3D printing is compatible with a range of 3D printers from Leapfrog, UP, Ultimaker and many more...View full details
Genuine Wanhao heater cartridges slot into the hotend to provide the heat for the nozzles to melt the filament and print. MK10 12v Heater Tube fit...View full details
This is MK8 style nozzle, made from a 360 brass base material and plated with TwinClad XT coating. TwinClad XT is a nickel composite coating design...View full details
This Extension Cables Kit is a great replacement part for Creality 3D Printer CR-10. Very durable and practical. Note: Only fits for Creality 3D pr...View full details
Improvements and cost cuts are set to bring 3D printing into the mass market and even your home in the very near future.
And when this happens? The possibilities are endless. 3D printing has the potential to transform your home, your car, and even your food. Which raises a very exciting question... What does the future of 3D printing look like?