At $200, the MakiBox might take the prize for the cheapest 3D printer out there. The team behind the printer just released a video detailing the user experience. Skip to the 22 minute mark for all of the action.

  1. the model featured above is $350. the $200 model doesn’t have a heated bed and isn’t stainless steal.


  2. I’ve seen a 3D printer here in Vienna Austria for over a 1000 euro first time being sold in a normal electronics / computers store, but it looked kind of plasticky and I didn’t know the brand. I would rather order one from the US I guess.

    Even if it’s 500-600, then that’s still better then what I can get locally.


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