Used 3D Printer Marketplace 3DPrinterBoom.com is Now Live

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Do you have a used 3D printer that you’re not using? Perhaps an old model that’s gathering dust in your den? Maybe you’ve recently upgraded and have a perfectly good machine on your desk next to your new one? Perhaps you’ve moved from FDM to SLA or the other way around? Or your company has traded up to an industrial 3D printer? 3DPrinterBoom.com is the place where you can sell your old 3D printer, for free.

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There are no listing fees, and the 3DPrinterBoom.com used 3D printer marketplace created just so you can sell your old 3D printers. 3DPrinterBoom.com connects you with people looking for used 3D printers all over the world. Listings are categorized per country should you only wish to buy local. You can post any 3D printer to 3DPrinterBoom.com, and when they are sold, there is no transaction fee like you have with eBay. 3DPrinterBoom.com is completely free for both buyers and sellers.

You can send messages via the platform.

You can directly arrange for shipment, delivery, terms, and payment via an internal messaging system. The website, app and communications tools link buyers and sellers from all over the world directly with each other. There is no need for either of you to post addresses or phone numbers publically online. You don’t have to disclose your business name publicly or give an exact address publicly which is ideal for companies needing a discrete sale. You can also view stats for your advert to see if your free advertisement is getting views. Ads are free for 90 days on the site, and you can upload multiple images of your printer.

You can see your own ad stats.

3DPrinterBoom.com is the only dedicated preowned 3D printer website. Even though there are over 500,000 3D printers sold each year, there is not another site that specially caters to second-hand 3D printer sales. We are a specialized place for you to find the exact printer you are looking for. No matter if you’re a handy student willing to give some TLC to a down on its luck printer or a company looking to offload older machines from its balance sheet. If you have buyers remorse on a brand new system or have some industrial SLA machine from the mid-nineties that still powers through the day, come to us. Have an old DTM machine? We’d love to have your free listing. We cater to enterprise, home or educational customers. Worldwide. 3DPrinterBoom.com wants to be your one-stop pre-owned 3D printing shop. Boom or bust there will be a lot of second-hand 3D printers available worldwide, but right now there’s no way to find them all, help give your 3D printer a second life by listing with us.

Want to get started?

  • Go to 3DPrinterBoom.com to sign up for free.
  • Post an advert.
  • Add a detailed description of the precise make and model of the printer.
  • Include a fair assessment of the state of the 3D printer.

Boom, you’re done.

Head over to 3DPrinterBoom.com now to sign up.

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