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Jan 28, 2021

Best 3D Printers in the Philippines 2021

It's been quite some time since 3D printers first became accessible to the public. We're here to show you our exclusive list of the best ones available online in the Philippines today.

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Nowadays you can easily buy 3D printers online. But several models are available in the market, which means picking the right one may be a hard task, especially for novice users.

Buyer's Guide to 3D Printers


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Several 3D software options are out there with which you can build and print your model. Learning how to use these is vital if you want to build a printable file.


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Aside from the pricing, one must check the abilities and features that would benefit you the most. There are also multi-use printers that can do a variety of prints with a touch of a single button. A simple compact and easy-to-use 3D printer would suit schools or educators who want to immerse their students in design without the hefty price tag. Designers and engineers, on the other hand, would need advanced units as accuracy and refined prints are a must for prototypes or models.


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One should also understand how a 3D printer works and what materials it uses. Most budget or affordable printers use a FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) technique to melt plastic filaments in spools, which is then squeezed out before getting solidified. This technique requires a heated print bed, since different materials are used, and they would have different melting points.


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Accuracy and resolution are measured in microns to determine the resolution of a 3D printer. Lower micron readings indicate a higher resolution.

3D printing technology has reached a point where not only business industry members but also the general public can purchase and operate one. The market growth of 3D printing technology is expected to rise even more as the technology is being applied in almost all industries, from consumer products―such as jewelry, eyewear and shoes―to prosthetics and movie props.

With the various 3D printers available in the market today, we are here to share our exclusive list of the best 3D printers available online in the Philippines today.

Best 3D Printers in the Philippines

7. EasyThreed Mini Desktop Children 3D Printer

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The EasyThreed Mini Desktop Children 3D Printer is very affordable yet simple to use. This 3D printer is recommended for beginners or children thanks to its simple design and operation.

The design of the printer is very straightforward, since the target users are novices and children, but a few safety features have been put in place to avoid accidents, one of which is its low 12V voltage. It also does not have a heated bed: instead, it sports a frosted panel to make sure your child is safe when creating prints.

The EasyThreed Mini Desktop Children 3D Printer weighs roughly 2kg. It also features a noise reduction technology for minimal noise during operation. The light and compact build allow you to change locations conveniently.


  • Easy to use
  • Perfect for novice users and children
  • Lightweight


  • Limited print size and functionality
  • Not suitable for complicated designs

6. Anet ET4 Pro

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The Anet ET4 Pro is an updated version of Anet ET4 and, judging by its looks, there are some visible improvements. The "Blackout" color scheme gives it a more serious look appropriate in a professional setting.

The design of the 3D printer also considers safety by fixing the thermistor and heater on the extruder. The high strength aluminum frame is built to last with its rigid structure and compact design.

The Anet ET4 Pro, just like its predecessor, is very easy to set up with modularly designed units and a semi-assembled package. The carefully labeled parts save the hassle during assembly. This should only take around 10 minutes to get everything up and running.

The 2.8-inch LCD full-color touchscreen makes the Anet ET4 Pro handy to operate. The TMC2208 stepper motor driver is a standard feature of the printer that gives an almost-silent sound even when operating at full speed.


  • Improved look and finish
  • Sturdy build
  • Silent operation


  • Significantly higher price than base model
  • Details in the prints could be better

5. Anet ET4

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Anet has been known to deliver affordable printers that also perform well. The Anet ET4 is a budget FDM printer with a simple yet sturdy build and easy-to-use functions that makes it a great option for those looking for an affordable quality printer.

The Anet ET4 comes with a 2.8-inch touchscreen interface that is very simple and easy to use. The printer looks very neat with most if not all wires tucked away. The electronic components are also not visible as they are placed inside a metal control box beneath the printer bed.

One of the highlights of the Anet ET4 is the 25-point auto-leveling which not only saves you time but helps produce a better first layer performance. There is also a filament detection sensor that informs you when the filament needs a refill. The printer can also save any work done―in the event of a power outage or failure―so you won't have to start all over again.

There are, however, setbacks that were found when tests were run. One example is mediocre consistency: the unit lacks accuracy in getting the right detail with the finished product. Although some fine adjustments can improve the outcome, the overall result is still at best average.


  • Sturdy build
  • Easy to assemble
  • Auto-leveling
  • Power recovery


  • Lacks consistency in the prints it produces


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The JGAURORA A3S 3D printer is a big 3D printer that comes with useful and handy features, making it a good option for anyone with a tight budget.

The JGAURORA A3S comes with a high-definition LCD touchscreen that is very simple to use.

One of the highlights of the JGAURORA A3S 3D printer is its capability to produce large volumes of prints and its Black Diamond platform that has improved adhesion but is also easy to remove. It also comes with a filament out detection that warns you when you are about to run out of filament.

The JGAURORA A3S also features a power recovery option, where in the event of a power outage, all your work will be saved and the unit resumes printing as soon as power is back on.


  • Silent operation
  • Print output sticks very well and is not hard to remove (Black Diamond platform)
  • Power recovery


  • Difficult to disassemble
  • Bed level is hard to adjust

3. Creality3D Ender 5 Plus

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Creality is well known for producing incredibly large 3D printers and now they have also ventured into budget-friendly 3D printers that are just as reliable and effective. The Creality3D Ender 5 Plus is a flagship of the very successful and popular Ender series. It is not only bigger than the Creality3D Ender 5, but it also comes with a few updates in design and features to accommodate for bigger volume.

The design of the Creality3D Ender 5 Plus as mentioned earlier is very simple and streamlined. Yet more could have been done about the printer's wire as they are not tucked neatly away.

The features you will find in the Creality3D Ender 5 Plus is an auto-bed leveling that assists in the event of errors in leveling. Just like other Ender series of 3D printers, the strength of the printer is that it can produce very precise and accurate prints.

Another difference between the Creality3D Ender 5 and the Plus edition is that the Plus edition is using mounting on 4 rods and 2 leads instead of only 2 rods, found on the non-Plus model. The Creality3D Ender 5 Plus also features a power failure rescue and a low filament sensor that warns you when your filament needs replacement.


  • Great print output
  • Safety features
  • Can accommodate big volume of print
  • Strong power supply


  • Heavy
  • Unorganized wirings

2. Creality3D Ender 3

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The Creality3D Ender 3 is a beast when it comes to 3D printing and its affordable price makes it very popular. The strong point of this printer is the consistently great accuracy it possesses.

The Creality3D Ender 3 is an FDM 3D printer with a large printer area, making it easy to create large prints. The semi-assembled printer will require some commitment to building as it takes roughly a few hours to put it together.

One of the features of the Creality3D Ender 3 is the automatic bed leveling which is very useful. The printer comes with a fast-heating aluminum print bed that allows users to create print in PLA, ABS, or TPU. The maximum resolution for the printer is 100-microns.

The Creality3D Ender 3 has a safety feature: a fused plug to prevent shorts that could start a fire. A resume-print functionality is also available when a power failure occurs.


  • Compact design
  • Easy to build
  • Precise high-quality prints


  • Set-up and calibration of the printer take time and effort

1. Creality3D Ender 3 V2

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The Creality3D Ender 3 V2 is a 3D printer with all the popular attributes of the Creality3D Ender 3 but sports updates and enhanced features. Its affordable price and great performance make it a top choice for most consumers who are looking for a great 3D printer.

The all-metal frame gives the printer better stability and adds to its durability. Assembly is also very simple, which means little time is needed for setting it up. One of the common issues found on a 3D printer is the wires tangled everywhere making it look unprofessional. The update includes the use of molded plastic to hide all the wires, moving the power supply of the printer to the base.

One of the best features of the Creality3D Ender 3 V2 is the tempered carborundum-coated glass platform that heats quickly and gives users great adhesion at the same time. Just like the Creality3D Ender 3 printer, this device can provide a 100-micron resolution.

The inclusion of new mainboard TMC2208 stepper drivers provides smoother prints with finer movement. The upgrade make for quieter printing even when operating in full capacity.

Additional features include manual filament feeding, and resume-after-power-outage. The Creality3D Ender 3 V2 also has a toolbox embedded in the base that you can use to store repair equipment.


  • Precise high-quality prints
  • The simple design is user-friendly


  • Filament loading task is not simple


Just like any other electronic device, learning the fundamentals as well as how to operate and maintain the product is very important when it comes to 3D printers. Not only will this help you determine what features will benefit you the most but also help in deciding which model you should buy.

The most challenging part of owning a 3D printer is learning how to use 3D printing software. This still may not be a simple task to some, but nonetheless, operating 3D printers is getting easier as the devices become accessible to private users.

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