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Updated by Inside3DP on Jul 21, 2014
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Desktop 3D Printers

A list of all the desktop 3D printers currently available on the market.


Inside3DP Exclusive: MOTA Launches on Kickstarter |

UPDATE: Within minutes of its launch on Kickstarter, the MOTA 3D printer's early bird price of just $99 (no, that's not a typo!) for the first 50 backers is all gone. If you're quick, you can still get it for just $299 here.

Fastest Full Color 3D Printer Now Shipping in the UK |

Full color 3D printers are few and far between, but one printer boasts a full multicolor function and claims to be the world's fastest. The Full Color 3D ProDesk Printer works exactly the same way as inkjet printers, but instead of ink uses 5 primary color PLA plastic cartridges, which are then mixed to create the colors of your choice.

New Desktop 3D printer Targets Businesses |

AutoX3D is a desktop 3D printing start up. They're about to Kickstart their AutoX3D Mod3 third generation desktop machine with a build volume of 12in x 12in x 12in, dual extruders system, heated print bed, enclosed build area and an LCD screen.

Zinter PRO 3D Printer Receives $10 Million Investment |

UK-based 3D printer manufacturer Ion Core Ltd, the company behind the Zinter PRO 3D Printer, has secured a funding investment of $10 million from Hedge Fund Managers Jonathan Bailey and BJ Eastwood, with the purpose of expanding production and sales throughout Europe and the United States.

Open Source M-One Blasts through Kickstarter Goal |

The open-source M-One 3D printer blasted through its $100,000 Kickstarter goal in less than a day. After being discussed throughout the 3D printing community for weeks, the M-One's campaign went live on Kickstarter last week, and within 24 hours it successfully reached its funding goal of $100,000., 3D Systems, Coca Cola release 3D printer |

Before Black Eyed Peas frontman was announced as 3D Systems' Chief Creative Officer in January 2014, it seemed unlikely that the talented pop culture icon and entrepreneur would co-release a 3D printer. As fate would have it, will and 3D Systems teamed up to help promote 3D printing as a mainstream technology, and the rest is history.

New 3D Printer Player from Finland |

A new company in Finland has developed, and now manufactures, affordable 3D printers that function with a variety of materials, for consumers and 3D printing enthusiasts who have limited financial means. The CEO of T-Maker, Riku Rusanen told Inside3DP that the machine, T-Maker Duo, prints with PLA, ABS, PVA and Nylon.

3D Systems' Cube3 and CubePro Available for Pre-order |

3D Systems announced on Tuesday that the Cube®3 and the CubePro™ are now available for pre-order following their public debuts in January. Pre-orders can be placed through or through various associated retailers and distributors, and shipments will begin in June. The two printers were unveiled at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show to a positive public reception.

MakerBot Pioneers Dual-Filament Patent |

Stratasys recently released their Q1 financial results and stated that 21% of its 54% increase in revenue from Q1 2013 is due to sales generated from MakerBot products and services, following Stratasys' acquisition of them last year. With the release of MakerBot's latest invention, Stratasys should continue expecting a nice bump in sales.

The Afinia H-Series H479 3D Printer Review |

The Afinia H-Series H479 is a new 3D printer aimed at educators and designers. So if you're a professor, an engineer, or a creative and you've been looking for a machine to suit your needs, listen up, because this may just be your new favorite 3D printer.