One of the Best Printers Under $1000

Polar 3D

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This is another stunningly designed printer that is light-weight, easy to carry around and has no complicated setup or calibration even the moment you unpack from the box. It’s a plug and plays machine that can be relied on.

This printer belongs to an entirely different category from other 3D printers on the list. It is constructed around a polar coordinate system making its bed a rotating one. The print head moves vertically and horizontally. How it functions is with two stepper motors which render it highly efficient. Its build volume is big enough for desirable printing projects.

Caution must be exercised while using this printer as the print head isn’t covered or enclosed in a chassis. The print bed is made from glass and doesn’t heat. It comes with Aqua Net Extra Super Hold spray that is sprayed on the bed to help the object stick during the printing progress. Doing this for ABS filaments doesn’t work. Only a glue stick will solve the problem.

It has a camera under the print head to provide live feed on the status of the print. Well, that’s a surprise. Another surprise is how the printer is controlled online through a cloud interface that imports all its settings online. This is an advantageous feature to teachers who need to decide what kind of models should be printed and from what order.

It uses non-proprietary 1.75mm filaments to print its objects.

Key Features
  • Printer Tech: FDM
  • Material: PLA
  • Build Volume: 203 x 152 mm
  • Min Layer Height: 50 microns
  • Max Layer Height: 400 microns
  • Extruder Head: 1
  • Open Source: No
  • Compatible with 3rd Party Material: Yes
  • Heated Platform: No
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75 mm
  • On-Printer Controls: No
  • Connectivity: USB, Wifi, SD Card

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