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PrintMaker 3D Printer with Free Roll of Filament - $449.25 (25% off) & Free Shipping @ Cocoon Products


Very long time OzBargain reader - finally able to provide something back to the community!

We've currently got 25% off storewide using code afterpay including our PrintMaker 3D printer.

Obviously very biased, but I think this is the easiest to setup/use 3D printer going around.

And as an extra bonus to OzBargain users - we'll include an extra 1KG spool of filament if you add a reference to OzBargain to the order notes during checkout

Note: the 1KG rolls of filament don't natively fit in the filament compartment of the printer unfortunately, so you'll need to print a support arm such as this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3692572


  • Easy to use
  • High space to print volume ratio
  • Auto levelling
  • Removable & flexible print mat
  • Wireless connection
  • Touchscreen controls
  • Live view camera
  • Auto feed filament
  • Fully enclosed

Tech specs

  • Print technology: Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
  • Screen size: 2.8″ color IPS Touch Screen
  • Build volume: 150×150×150mm
  • Layer resolution: 0.1-0.4mm
  • Build accuracy: ± 0.2mm
  • Positioning accuracy: Z axis 0.0025mm; XY axis 0.011mm
  • Filament diameter: 1.75mm (±0.07mm)
  • Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
  • Build speed: 10~100 mm/s
  • Software: FlashPrint
  • Supports formats: Input: 3mf/stl/obj/fpp/bmp/png/jpg/jpeg File
  • Output: gx/g File
  • Memory size: 8GB
  • OS: Win Vista/7/8/10, Mac OS X, Linux
  • AC input: 150W (24V, 6.25A)
  • Connectivity: USB stick, WiFi, Ethernet

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closed Comments

  • +5

    Build volume: ×150×150mm (for printing a school for ants…)

    • I am new to 3d printer field, what is the good printer option for newbie? In regards to customizable, expandable, large build volume? Thanks

      • +1

        my recommendation would be a creality ender 5 on sale sub $300 230x230x300 build volume and more stable than the ender 3's

        • seen any deals on your travels on a 5

      • @codinghelloworld

        1/ what do you want to print? This will establish if you will need an FDM or SLA printer.

        2/ Are you printing large scale single items or many small items? This will tell you if you do need a large print area or multiple smaller printers.

        • at the moment I'm not sure whether I will print a lot single items or print large item.

          I just think about printing some accessories for microbit, rasberry pi, arcade game box for pybadge, etc…

          • +1

            @codinghelloworld: Yep, can be hard to decide when you don't know exactly what you'll end up printing.

            If you're just printing parts then you'll be fine with FDM.

            For Rasberry Pi parts then look at the Ender 3 V2. Print size is 220 x 220 x 250mm. Around $300+

            Larger scale look at the Ender 5 Plus. Print size 350x350x400mm. Around $700 - 800

            Also consider where you will be putting it and the overall size of the printer itself, not just print size.

            Noise is also a factor. Ender 3 V2 is a great machine straight out of the box with it's silent board, whereas the Ender 5 Plus you will need to add a silent mainboard if noise will be an issue.

            You can split parts up into multiple pieces to be joined together later also

            Oh and don't forget the ongoing cost of filament, parts, repairs etc

    • My printers build volume is 120x120x120
      Cant wait to upgrade lol

  • +1

    This machine does have a few creature comforts that Creality et al usually don't, like a live-view camera, full enclosure and Wifi connectivity. However, I would argue that these features can be added to other printers relatively cheaply if desired.

    What can't be easily upgraded is the print volume. The 150x150x150 size of this printer is just too small IMO. There are plenty of cheaper printers that are similarly easy to use, and with significantly larger print volumes.

    • +1

      Definitely go Octoprint

  • This is just a different label FlashForge Adventurer 3.(Which might be a rebrand of a more popular model as well, idk china made and all that)
    Im about 80% certain they even use the Flashforge printing bed in a promotion photo.

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