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).
Cassy0110 Banned last edited by
Thanks for sharing!