Industrial 3D Printer Interactive Buying Guide
Which 3D printer should you buy for your business? There are many aspects to consider to ensure you're looking at the most appropriate equipment for your application. This buying guide will narrow your selection by asking you a series of short questions.
How to use the guide: Simply click on the most appropriate answer to each of the application questions and the list below will automatically filter down to include the most appropriate machines for you to consider. Select the ticky-box for machines that you'd like to receive additional information and hit "Get Info!" at the bottom.
Caution: Today's industrial 3D printers are not magic; they cannot do everything. If you select too many constraints you'll find no machine meets your criteria. Simply release a constraint and you'll soon see options reappear.
Manufacturers: If you'd like to add or update a device to our list, please give us a shout.
Also Be Aware:
- We do not provide pricing in this guide as it is quite variable and negotiated per deal; often equipment is leased and this information is best obtained from your vendor, who will most often be a reseller and not the product manufacturer.
- Often these machines require additional processing equipment to operate beyond the 3D printer itself, such as cleaners or post-processing gear.
- Your workshop environment may typically require compressed air, high-amperage power, wide floor space clearances or even air-sealing.
- Print speeds vary considerably. Some offer constant build speeds, while others depend on the geometry of the printed model.