Monoprice Select Mini - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Monoprice Select Mini

Monoprice Select Mini
$222.98 View deals
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Details
  • Fully assembled and calibrated at the factory
  • Support for All Filament Types: The heated build plate and wide range of extruder temperatures allow this printer to work with any type of filament, from basic filaments, such as ABS and PLA, to more advanced materials, such as conductive PLA, wood and metal composites, or dissolvable PVA.
  • 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm)
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Key features
  • Support for All Filament Types
  • Wide range of extruder temperatures
  • Small footprint
  • Basic, open frame design
  • Sample PLA filament
  • MicroSD card
  • Preinstalled models
  • Compatible with Cura, Repetier, and other software
  • Micro USB and MicroSD card connectivity
  • 9.9 lbs

Monoprice Select Mini is a very popular and one of the cheapest options. It's in the top 3 bestselling 3D printers and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as XYZprinting Da Vinci Mini or Anet A8 .

Monoprice Select Mini is $217.10 less expensive than an average 3D printer ($439.99).

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Can the Qidi X-Pro print with nylon?
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Which one is better?
Geetech MeCreator 2 or Qidi X-one
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So I'm in the market for a fairly cheap printer in the $264-$512 range. I have worked with Makerbot printers before and found them to be relatively simple and easy to use but now I'm unable to use someone else's printers so I need a cheap effective printer that will also be compatible with a linux operating pc. Specifically I'm using LinuxMint and would very much appreciate a printer that I have control over which is why I'm not too enthused about the Da Vinci 1.0, other than obviously the simplicity and price. My question is: With a linux computer which 3D printer in my price range will be ideal that still allows me to be in control.
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Which Reprap Prusa i3 3d printer is best among Anet a8 vs. Flsun Prusa i3 DIY
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Hi All
Keen to buy a printer.
The Robo 3d R1 plus looks great for performance, price and build area but I would prefer something that isn't so reliant on a pc to run. Any other obvious options? Many thanks. Mark.
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