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TOP 13 XXL FDM 3D printers under $ 5,000

Published on January 30, 2019 by Alexandrea P.
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Often it is believed that personal FDM 3D printers are limited to only making smaller models, although companies are innovating towards offering machines that are larger than before. From the Duplicator 5S to Wanhao, discover our list of the TOP 10 largest FDM 3D printers that offer the largest print volume.

The best XXL 3D Printer: Our Top 13 FDM 3D Printers

We analysed a variety of different fused deposition modeling 3D printers by many different brands to narrow it down. Since most FDM 3D printers have smaller print volumes there wasn’t as much variety as with 3D printer kits however. We came to an agreement over the 10 best XXL 3D printer and kits however to present to you today.

1. Big 60 V2 from Modix

The Modix Big 60 V2 is a large volume professional FDM 3D printer made by the manufacturer from Israel, Modix. You can start with the Big 60 V2 and easily upgrade it to its even larger model, the 120 X. You can use it with a single or dual titan extruder which allows to print with two different materials at a time; materials include PLA, ABS and other plastics. The Big 60 V2 has a heated print bed with a temperature up to 130°C and PEI print surface. It enables automatic levelling with 100 probing points and it also has an end-of-filament sensor. The printing volume of this machine is 600 x 600 x 600 mm. It is a customisable platform, you have the option of adding a closed enclosure to the machine. The base price of the Big 60 V2 is $ 3,500 + shipping, which you can shop HERE.

2. Scalar XL Premium 40 from 3D Modular Systems

The Scalar XL Premium 40 is the successor to the Scalar XL Premium from 3D Modular Systems. The French manufacturer designs its 3D printers so that even old models can be supplemented with the help of an evolution kit. The new FDM machine has a print volume of 40 x 40 x 40 cm and enables printing with PLA and ABS. The LCD screen as well as the automatic alignment of the printing platform make handling easier for the user. The 3D printer is currently available for a price of € 1,249.99 (ca. $1,440).

Scalar XL Premium 40

3. The MaxBot from MakeMendel

The MaxBot is a printer that is sold by the website MakeMendel and is supplied in kit form. This machine has a horizontal print volume of 600 x 300 x 300 mm and while it remains relatively limited in height, it does have an LCD screen, SD card reader, and it is automatically calibrated. At 80 kg, it is a heavy machine with layer resolution of 100 microns that is compatible with ABS and PLA. It goes for just $2,499 per MaxBot printer.

MaxBot

4. ARTEMIS 300 ARP from ARTEMIS

The ARTEMIS 300 ARP launched by SeeMeCNC based in Indiana, US, is a large volume desktop delta 3D printer. the “ARP” in the name is short for “Almost-Ready-to-Print”. As it come as a partial kit with most of the complicated parts are pre-assebled. The sizeable volume is 290 x 290 x 525 mm and has received various upgrades. With everything from an all new rigid metal frame to the fast heating AC 350W heated bed that can go to 120C°. The new Artimis is able to print up to 280C° allowing you to print with most available filaments, this covers PLA, ABS, other plastics etc. The device is currently available to a price of $1,999.

Artemis 300 ARP

5. CoLiDo X3045 Duo from CoLiDo

Although this brand is primarily aimed for professionals, the X3045 Duo is an affordable 3D FDM printer with a print volume of 300 x 300 x 450 mm. Marketed by the Chinese manufacturer CoLiDo at a price of $2,999 (£2,390), it is one of the newer XXL models that is equipped with a double extruder as well as a heated room for a higher quality impression.

CoLiDo X3045 Duo

6. Wanhao Duplicator 5S

The manufacturers at Wanhao have brought us the Duplicator 5S which happens to be the highest 3D FDM printer within our Top 10, standing at 860 mm (34 in) high! With these large dimensions, it offers very nice volume for your printing needs at 305 x 205 x 575 mm. You can also buy this printer for almost $1,659 (£1,320), excluding shipping costs. Equipped with a single extruder and capable of printing in PLA, the Duplicator 5S allows for a printing speed capable of reaching 300mm/s.

Duplicator 5S

7. Pro2 3D printer from Raise3D

The Californian company Raise3D is a manufacturer of large format FDM printers and presents the Raise3D Pro2. With a big build volume of 305 x 305 x 300 mm it provides a large surface area to work on. The device is compatible with material up to 300 ranging covering everything from PLA, ABS and HIPS to Glass Fiber Enforced, Metal Particles Filled and Wood Filled and more. The dual extruder has electronic driven lifting allowing for 4x increase torque perfomance. The device is currently available for at a price of $3,999.

Pro2

8. M300 Plus from Zortrax

The M300 Plus from the famous manufacturer Zortrax is an evolution of the M300; it has the same generous print volume of 300 x 300 x 300 mm but has significant improvements in its nozzle, extruder and cooling system. The large format 3D printer also has Ethernet and Wifi connectivity, a camera and a touch screen, making the printing process easier. Its closed chassis offers quality prints that are less prone to deformation. An optional lid is used to filter the particles and stabilise the temperature. It is now available from $4,760 (4163€).

9. Builder Premium Large from Builder 3D Printers

Builder 3D printers is a Dutch manufacturer specialized in the development of 3D printers of FDM technology for the industry and for the home. One of its outstanding developments is the Builder Premium Large, a printer with a print volume of 370 x 380 x 890 mm. Ideal for the manufacture of large objects in PLA. It has a double feed extruder, which allows you to mix colors or materials in the same print. This professional machine with touch screen, WiFi and a mobile application can be found for a price of € 3,750 (ca. $ 4,320).

Builder Premium Large

10. BCN3D R19 from Sigmax

The Sigmax R19 3D printer from the Spanish manufacturer BCN3D offers a print volume of 420 x 297 x 210 mm and is equipped with two independent extruders. You can choose between the duplication mode that will allow you to print two pieces at the same time or the mirror mode that prints in 3D symmetrical models. A machine that increases productivity while maintaining a certain quality – depending on the manufacturer, you can achieve an accuracy of up to 50 microns. Finally, the Sigmax R19 incorporates end of filament detection and a touch screen that will facilitate the printing process for all users. It is available from $2,995.

Sigmax

11. Taz 6 from Lulzbot

Lulzbot, an American brand based in Colorado, designed this 3D printer with a print volume large enough to allow you to print objects such as a basketball: 280mm x 280mm x 250mm. It is equipped with an automatic calibration system and even comes with a proprietary software called Wanhao maker. You can purchase this printer for a price of $2,500 (about £1,990), excluding shipping costs. Compare the Lulzbot Taz 6 in our Comparator tool here.

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12. STREAM 30 Pro MK2 from Volumic

The Stream 30 Pro MK2 is a 100% French 3D printer designed by Volumic. The FDM machine offers a print volume of 300 x 200 x 300 mm and is available from € 4 188 (ca. $ 4,824). With its heating plate that can reach 300 ° C, it is compatible with a wide range of plastic materials, from PLA to PET but also ABS and Nylon. The 3D printer incorporates a large color touch screen and a filter hood to ensure easy printing.

Stream 30 Pro

13. Ultimaker 2 Extended+ from Ultimaker

The Ultimaker 2 Extended+ was developed by the Dutch company Ultimaker and has the largest volume out of their models. With a maximum volume of 223 x 223 x 305 mm, it is marketed at a price of $2,999 USD (about £2,390) and works with PLA, ABS and Nylon. For more proof of its quality, Apple has integrated the brand Ultimaker within their online store. Compare the Ultimaker 2 Extended + in our Comparator here.

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