The maker culture is alive and well, thanks to an army of creatives who have a passion for making things by hand. And with innumerable YouTube how-to videos on any project imaginable, along with new, lower-cost hardware, 3D printing is easier than ever.
In 2018, I got pretty deep in the weeds with 3D printers, creating everything from smartphone stands to tabletop game accessories to a . Since then, I’ve doubled down, getting into 3D scanning and even laser cutting, which lets you sculpt real-world designs from wood and leather.
There are plenty of 3D printing options to choose from, so finding the best 3D printer that meets your needs and is within your price range can be tricky. That’s why we’re here to…
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