3D printer deals 2023: deals on FDM & resin printers

Anycubic Kobra Max front view (16 by 9)
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3D printer deals are always worth checking out for if you like making your own parts, small models or just like using the printers as a hobby. In the guide below we've searched the internet for top discounts on top names so you can check out the best 3D printer deals of the year. 

Now is a great time time to be looking for big discounts on the best 3D printers on the market. For example, one of the top deals you can get at the moment is $280 off the Anycubic Photon Mono X 6k. Retailers are holding wide-spread savings so if you're in the market for 3D printer deals, make sure you take advantage of what's on offer. 

We've made sure to only source our deals from reputable retailers, so you know you're getting a good deal. We've also compared prices to their usual retail price, so you're not going to get fooled by something that looks like a great deal, when it actually isn't. It's also worth noting that this page is updated year-round so if you don't find any 3D printer deals that you like right now, it's always worth checking back. 

If it's discounts you're looking for (and who isn't?) then it might also be worth checking out a number of our other in-depth deals hubs. We've got guides for telescope deals, VR headset deals and camera deals that are always worth checking out if you're looking to bag a bargain. Here though, we've included 3D printer deals to suit every one and every budget so all you have to do to find the biggest discounts around is check them out below.  

Resin 3D printer deals

Anycubic photon mono x 6k $689

Anycubic photon mono x 6k $689 $409 from Anycubic.

Save $280 on a 3D printer that we rate as one of the very best you can get. It features excellent print quality thanks to its 6K screen, it also features a larger print size of 9.6 x 7.8 x 4.8 inches (length, width, height). It also comes with a screen protector and in fact the only real downside is that sometimes the fans can seem a little loud.  

now $144.50 at Creality Store

Creality HALOT-ONE: Was $289 now $144.50 at Creality Store

Save $144.50: This Black Friday, the Creality HALOT-ONE is an amazing half-price, complete with a 500g bottle of resin to get you started. With a 127x80x160mm build area, it's idea for printing small models or figurines. 

Elegoo Jupiter 12.8 inch 6K 3D printer $1299.99

Elegoo Jupiter 12.8 inch 6K 3D printer $1299.99 $1099.99 when you use code "HFHMD7VSWXKT" on Elegoo. 

Save $200 when you use the code on an excellent large build, 6K resolution 3D printer. It features a build volume of 10.9 x 6.1 x 11.8 inches (length, width, height) and a printing speed of 30-70mm an hour. 

now $299 from Matterhackers

Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K: Was $399 now $299 from Matterhackers

Save $100 on a high-quality 4K 3D printer. It comes pre-built and it's easy to use and it prints with ultra-high resolution, 722 PPI to be exact. There's also a build area of 6.1 inches meaning this is quite a saving on a quite an impressive printer, especially given it's price point. 

FDM 3D printer deals

now $529 on Walmart

Anycubic Kobra Max 3D Printer: Was $749.99 now $529 on Walmart

Save $220: This Kobra Max 3D Printer from AnyCubic is the best large FDM 3D printer out there - we think - and now you can grab it for a low price. It has a huge build volume of 17.7 x 15.7 x 15.7 inches (length, width, height) and automatic bed levelling. 

now $545.59 on Creality Store

Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro : Was $567.59 now $545.59 on Creality Store

Save $22 The Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro takes just six steps to install but it's flexible and relatively simple to use. It supports quick-levelling, prints at temperatures of up to 300°C and has a suitably mid-ranged build area.

now $719 on Creality Store

Creality CR-10 Smart Pro: Was $799 now $719 on Creality Store

Save $80: Sporting a large 300×300×400 build area, the Creality CR-10 Smart Pro is aimed at professionals. It supports smart networking through Creality's app and both auto and manual leveling.

now $229 on Voxelab

Voxelab Aquila S2 + 2kg PLA: Was $349 now $229 on Voxelab

Save $120 on what is, in our opinion, the best budget FDM 3D printer. This printer supports multiple filament types, has a direct drive extruder (300 degrees Celsius) and has a PEI flexible build plate.

Note: this is the most expensive option, if you select the N32 option, you can get this 3D printer for as little as $199.99.

now $235.99 on Walmart

Creality Ender 3 V2: was $279.00 now $235.99 on Walmart

Save $43 on a very good FDM 3D printer. This printer is an affordable and well-sized model, and now it's on offer  for an even lower price. It has a print volume of 9.8 x 8.7 x 8.7 inches (length, width and height) but it doesn't feature auto-levelling. 

Buying advice

There's a few things to consider when you're looking for 3D printer deals and what you'll want from your next printer. In terms of deals, it's always worth looking around different retailers for the best price. We recommend sticking to reputable retailers like Amazon and Walmart as well as the manufacturer's website. Sometimes a deal can seem too good to be true, and in those instances, they often are. 

However, in some cases retailers will raise the before price of a deal to make it seem like a bigger saving, so that's another reason as to why it's worth comparing different retailers. 

You'll also need to consider what you want from your printer, if you're trying your hand at 3D printing it might be worth considering a more user friendly model with a smaller print size but if you're serious about printing, looking for some of the better models might be worth checking out. 

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Alexander Cox
E-commerce Staff Writer

STAFF WRITER, E-commerce — Alex joined Space.com in June 2021 as staff writer covering space news, games, tech, toys and deals. Based in London, U.K. Graduating in June 2020, Alex studied Sports Journalism in the North East of England at Sunderland University. During his studies and since his graduation, Alex has been featured in local newspapers and online publications covering a range of sports from university rugby to Premier League soccer. In addition to a background in sports and journalism, Alex has a life-long love of Star Wars which started with watching the prequel trilogy and collecting toy lightsabers, he also grew up spending most Saturday evenings watching Doctor Who. 

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