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How to Choose the Right 3D Printer

Choosing the right 3D printer is critical.

How do I choose the right 3D printer?

The 3D printing market offers a multitude of 3D printers, materials, service agreements, and software across a wide price range. If you’re new to 3D printing, the number of options can be overwhelming.

Even for those with some 3D printing experience, choosing the right 3D printer can be daunting. Many factors must be considered, including noise level, safety compliance, technical specifications, and production parameters.

For business success, a 3D printer must be able to reliably, and affordably produce usable parts. But how do you know if you’re making the right choice?

This guide covers everything you need to know before buying an FFF 3D printer. We’ve even included a sample of the questions you should ask your supplier.

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