Looking to get your hands on a 3D printer, but don’t feel like dropping half a paycheck just to get one? We’ve got good news for you — M3D’s ultra-affordable Micro printer ($350) is now available on Amazon, and to celebrate the launch, we’re giving one away for free.
You might remember the Micro from it’s hugely successful Kickstarter campaign a few years ago. As one of the first consumer-oriented 3D printers to hit the market with a price tag under $500, it made quite a splash; raising more than 3.4 million dollars from nearly 12,000 backers before the campaign came to an end.
And don’t let the low price fool you. The Micro has some pretty admirable specs for a printer in this price range, including a 50 micron maximum resolution, a 4.3×4.3 inch print bed, and a high-end extruder that can handle a wide range of different filament types. if you’re after a solid entry-level printer, look no further. Contest over
WINNER: Cameron L.
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