Our range of 3D printers enable beginners, hobbyists, and creative professionals to take a leap into the exciting world of 3D printing. Used in a variety of applications, from education to home use, 3D printers offer unlimited potential for creativity, no matter what level of experience you have.
At CCL, we offer one of the most comprehensive ranges of hobbyist and professional 3D printers in the UK, from top brands such as Creality, Elegoo, Anycubic and Flashforge. If you are looking to get started in 3D printing or you are looking to upgrade, our range of printers are available in a variety of sizes and at various prices, making them suitable for all types of user.
3D printers for beginners
The first decision beginners need to make is choosing between FDM (filament) and SLA (resin) 3D printing. Both options provide a number of benefits and some drawbacks to a beginner, which we have outlined in our 3D Printer Buying Guide.
As a beginner, when you are ready to buy a 3D printer, you need easy assembly, ease of use, detailed documentation, and helpful support. You also need good quality prints, affordable materials, and a reliable device you can enjoy using for years to come. We've carefully selected brands that meet all of these needs, so you can purchase in confidence when choosing your first 3D printer.
Beginner DIY 3D printers from the Creality Ender range allow you to get started quickly, with fast assembly and a huge, helpful community of makers on hand to share their knowledge. If you prefer a ready-assembled 3D printer, Anycubic and Flashforge offer 'out of the box' SLA and FDM models to get you started even faster.
3D printers for professionals
Whether you are using a 3D printer for work or play, in education or in business, there are a number of options that are suitable for professional use. If you need high accuracy and near-perfect quality prints, SLA 3D printers offer reliability and a professional finish you can be proud of. High detail PLA 3D printers from Flashforge provide professional makers with an array of features and advanced printing technology, such as dual extrusion and a large work space.
Still unsure? Check out our 3D Printer Buying Guide for more information on choosing your 3D printer.
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