3d printing for accessories designer
laurabarreda last edited by
Hello everyone! I'm new in the forum
I'm a jewellery/accesories designer from Spain and I'm looking forward into buying a 3d printer. I make jewellery with Hips, so I'm not interested on a SLA printer, as I also understood it can be toxic and it takes way more time to print.
I've attached some pictures of the pieces I make, a 3d printing studio printed them for me, and I'm looking forward to print them myself from now on. Please note that the pieces hav A LOT of postprocessing.
I cannot decide which 3d printer to buy (I have just used an Ender 3) and I would really appreciate some advice, these are my specifications:
- the smaller the better, the max I will print is 5cm and I don't have a garage so it will be on my desk.
- max 500€
- it needs to be able to print Hips
- more in the silent side
- I'm a bit nomad and I usually move between cities/countries quite regularly, so it needs to be portable or at least enclosed, to move it more easily.
From my research, I've found some that I find interesting:
-Monoprice mini v2 (I'm not sure if it can print hips, some sites say yes and some say no)
-Flashforge Adventurer 3
Thanks in advance for the help, please ask if you need more information. And sorry for my broken English.
Have a good day
bugsbunny Banned last edited by mfalkvidd
I'm a newbie here too. Found this forum to find 3D printer parts but haven't found an answer to my question yet.
When I was looking for a printer for myself, I was asked almost the same questions. When choosing, there were 2 important parameters - the possible transportation and printing of large products. I found Dremel Digilab 3D20 for myself, and when I bought it, it cost a little over $ 500. I am sure that if you look for it, you can find it for 500. Well, or buy from someone else (I mean previously used).