When you’ve got a lot of options, a 3-D printer is a great way to get your work done.
You can buy it from Amazon, 3D-print.com, Shapeways, and other sites.
But there’s a whole world of options out there for your desktop printer, too.
Here are some of our favorite 3-d printer options.
A printer with a desktop-style design The first printer that we’d like to point you to is the X3 Desktop.
Its desktop-inspired design is similar to the Makerbot Replicator 2, which has been making 3-dimensional objects in its home office for a few years now.
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But, unlike the Replicator, this printer is compatible with the MakerBot Replicator 3.
You get a built-in power supply, which is handy if you want to have a few extras at home.
But the X5 comes with a small desktop-friendly desktop design and a 3.3-inch touchscreen display.
If you need a larger screen, the X2 comes with an 8.6-inch screen.
The X3 is available for $799, and the X4 is $1,299.
For more, check out our review of the X1 Desktop printer.
This one comes with multiple color options, which you can choose from for different color palettes.
It also comes with customizable software, including a programmable LCD screen and touchpad.
You can also use the X8 to create 3D models of objects, which are then printed out.
The X8 has a 5-inch LCD screen, a touchpad, and an integrated USB charger.
If you’re on a budget, the Y3 is a cheaper option.
It’s also compatible with MakerBot’s Replicator line of printers, but it costs $899.
The Y3 can print objects at 200 DPI, but you’ll need to use the printer with software like Adobe Photoshop CS5 to get the 3D effects.
The printer can also be used with other 3-in-1 printers, such as the i3, i7, and i9.
It’s not clear if the Y4 will be able to print objects with a larger resolution, or if it’ll still have that touchscreen display, but we’re willing to bet it will.
The $1:2,000 price tag is a little steep, but if you need to print 3- dimensional objects for a living room or other large space, you may want to check this out.
We’ve seen some of the more affordable 3-drone options, but the best 3-printer for the price is the MakerBots Replicator X. The Replicator is a full-featured, fully functional 3-axis printer, but with a little more space and customization options.
You need a 3DS Max 3D viewer (or a compatible viewer), and it comes with some nice accessories.
The design of the Replica is also pretty cool.
You also get a USB charger, a desktop design, and a 2.4-inch touch screen.
If that sounds like something you’d like, you can pick up the Makerbots Replicator for $1 (or $99, depending on where you live) from Amazon.
There are a lot more 3-inch 3-dinos out there, so you might be wondering if this list is comprehensive.
But we’ve tried to list the best, and this is definitely the most complete list we could find.
It includes many popular 3- and 4-axis printers as well as some that aren’t popular at all, like the MakerLabs Replicator Zero and the Zyx Series 3.
If your needs change and you want something more affordable, this is the place to go.
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