3D Printer Reviews For 2019

What are the best 3D printers 2019 available? Gadget Review can help you find out. Our industry experts rate, compare and test the best with our 3D printer reviews from companies such as Cubify, Makerbot, Konica Minolta, Lulzbot, Airwolf, and Formlabs. We give you ratings on 3D printers, and find the best deals on 3D printers. Consumer 3D printers are now widely available, and in a wide range of prices. We help you decide which is the best brand and model to fit your needs.  Looking to just print on paper?  No problem.  We’v got you covered with a selection of our favorite printer reviews.

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Voladd Makes 3D Printing Easier Than Ever

Voladd Makes 3D Printing Easier Than Ever

Even though the technology has been around for a while now, most of us don’t have a 3D printer in our home. However, they are getting more affordable and easier to use. This 3D Printer Makes You Look Like a Pro The Voladd 3D printer is a great example. They…
Best 3D Printer for 2019

Best 3D Printer for 2019

If you're looking for the best 3D printer to meet your needs, it helps to understand exactly how you plan to use the unit. Some people will be looking to make use of 3D printing as a cool hobby, and they can save some money with a unit with less…
Ultimaker 2 Extended Review

Ultimaker 2 Extended Review

Read our Ultimaker 2 Extended review and learn about this 3D printer, its features, how easy it is to setup and what you'll want to avoid. In short, this handy 3D printer can be used by those looking to jump into 3D printing to those who need to quickly print…
Tiko Home-Friendly 3D Printer Only $179

Tiko Home-Friendly 3D Printer Only $179

There’s plenty of cool-looking 3D printers on the market for consumers, but they all share similar characteristics: They’re big, bulky boxes with price points that make them more suitable for school labs than for tinkering with in your garage or working on in your shop. The Tiko is a Kickstarter…
MakerBot 3D Printer to Include Metal, Stone and Wood Materials

MakerBot 3D Printer to Include Metal, Stone and Wood Materials

If you’ve been following the rise of consumer-friendly 3D printers, you have probably noticed that materials have been somewhat…limited. 3D printers focus primarily on materials that are very easy to heat and extrude, which often means sticking with very basic polymers, which are available in a variety of colors but…
MakerBot’s 5th-Gen 3D Printer Adds Wood, Metal, And More To The Mix

MakerBot’s 5th-Gen 3D Printer Adds Wood, Metal, And More To The Mix

3D printing is rapidly becoming far more than just an expensive hobby for nerds. It’s slowly but surely altering manufacturing, prototyping, and product design as testing parts and ideas becomes cheaper, simpler, and easier. And now, thanks to Makerbot, a leader in the field, people will be able to do…
Choc Creator V2: 3D Chocolate Printer

Choc Creator V2: 3D Chocolate Printer

Do you constantly try to figure out just how you’re going to get your wife some chocolate late at night when all of the stores around you are closed? Well, think no more! Introducing the Choc Creator V2, a 3D chocolate printer that provides the necessary tools for individuals, chocolatiers, entrepreneurs…
Dremel’s Idea Builder: A 3D Printer For the Home

Dremel’s Idea Builder: A 3D Printer For the Home

With the buzz about 3D printers making everything from guns to contact lenses, it’s understandable to wonder: “Where’s mine at?” Sure, there are 3D printers for sale, but most cost at least several thousand dollars and are designed primarily for schools and labs, not the average amateur. Dremel seeks to…
CraftBot Makes 3D Printing Affordable

CraftBot Makes 3D Printing Affordable

3D printing is the revolution in desktop manufacturing that many people have been waiting for. But the revolution does not come cheap; even a “starter” 3D print can cost thousands of dollars. Fortunately, people want to bring this to the masses, so that means the next revolution is in driving…
Now You Can Make A Liver In A 3D Printer

Now You Can Make A Liver In A 3D Printer

The liver is essentially the body’s toxins filter. It’s why getting any sort of liver problem is seriously bad news; if the toxins start backing up, well, that’s not usually good for the rest of your body. Oh, and a replacement is hard to find, as a rule. But what…
14 Amazing 3D Printed Objects You Need to Know About (list)

14 Amazing 3D Printed Objects You Need to Know About (list)

3D printing has been around since the 70’s, but 3D printers have only been made commercially available within the last few years. 3D printing, as opposed to traditional machining, is an additive process rather than subtractive. This can mean much less waste and carbon footprint. There are all types of…
Print Delicious Meals With Foodini, 3D Food Printer Uses Fresh Ingredients

Print Delicious Meals With Foodini, 3D Food Printer Uses Fresh Ingredients

With all the hype about 3D printers, it was only a matter of time until a 3D food printer came about. Foodini, currently a Kickstarter campaign, is the first 3D food printer kitchen appliance that will print delicious meals. Designed to be used in both homes and professional kitchens the…
Flying Machine Uses 3D Printers To Customize Titanium Bikes

Flying Machine Uses 3D Printers To Customize Titanium Bikes

We’re a long way off from having 3D printers in our homes, but it’s becoming more and more common in businesses. And the technology is improving more and more, as Flying Machine is showing off with their new, 3D printed titanium bike. Indestructible Titanium is obviously a preferred metal for…
3D-Printed Wearable Iron Man Mark III Suit Sells For $35,000 (video)

3D-Printed Wearable Iron Man Mark III Suit Sells For $35,000 (video)

Cheap Iron Man Mark III suits don’t rally pack an authentic punch for avid cosplay fans, which is where this fully wearable 3D-printed suit comes into play. If you can fork over $2,000 (if you wait 8 months or $35,000 if you want it in 4 months) you can order…
Video of the Day: Watch a 3D Printed Gun Explode into 1000s of Pieces

Video of the Day: Watch a 3D Printed Gun Explode into 1000s of Pieces

If you’ve got plans to build a 3D Printed Gun using the Liberator schematics, whatever you do don’t use plastic manufactured by Visjet.  Why?  It’s likely that it will blow up in your face, as depicted by the above (and below) video courtesy of our friends at the Alcohol Tobacco and…

Learn More About 3D Printers

3D printers use various additive processes to create three dimensional objects from plaster, thermoplastics, metal alloys and other materials. Since the process is additive rather than traditional subtractive, 3D printing, theoretically, creates much less waste and carbon footprint. 3D printers are used to 3D-print toys, parts, cars, human anatomy, and many other objects. Join the 3D revolution! And, let Gadget Review help you find the right 3D printer for your needs.

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