Black Friday, some love it, some hate it, but there is no doubt about it, a deal is a deal whether you have to stand in line for two hours or not. This year 3D printers are no doubt on a large number of people’s shopping lists. And although they may not be quite as hot as the new iPhone 6, a 55-inch TV, or a Fitbit, compared to last year, the technology certainly is inching into the mainstream.
This year there are quite a few Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals if you do happen to be in the market for the next best thing to a Star Trek Replicator. Below is a comprehensive list of the deals we have been able to uncover. We will be adding to this list throughout the weekend as our readers and other companies notify us of additional discounts. Feel free to let us know if you have uncovered a deal in our Black Friday / Cyber Monday forum thread on 3DPB.com.
LulzBot TAZ 4 and KITTAZ 3D Printers & More (Get Deal)
Aleph Objects, Inc. is offering substantial discounts on 16 different products which includes a $199 price cut (now $1,995) on their best selling LulzBot TAZ 4 3D Printer, and a $95 discount (now $1,500) on their LulzBot KITTAZ 3D Printer. Additionally, many of their filaments are heavily discounted, some over 40%. The company is also pricing several of their 3D printer components such as their ramps, the Tosduino MEGA 2560, and stepper motors for as much as 75% off.
MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer, Mini & More (Get Online Deal) (Get Retail Store Deal)
Makerbot is holding a two-pronged Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale. Those wishing to purchase online are able to pick up the latest MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer for a $200 discount (now $2,699), and the MakerBot Mini 3D Printer for $100 off the normal price (now $1,275). Those living near a MakerBot Retail Store can capitalize on an even bigger discount on a package which includes the MakerBot Replicator 2 3D Printer, one spool of PLA filament, and the MakerBot MakerCare Protection Plan for $1,999 (Almost $600 off the normal price).
Airwolf 3D $300 in Bonus Gifts With Purchase of any 3D Printer (Get Deal)
Airwolf 3D is offering a special bonus package to anyone ordering one of their premium 3D printers. Simply enter the promo code “BLACK” at checkout. The package is valued at approximately $300 and includes all of the following:
- $50 off your printer price
- FREE full size bottle of new Wolfbite solution ($19.99 value)
- FREE borosilicate glass plate with PET film ($65 value)
- FREE filament – your choice of PLA or ABS ($48 value)
- FREE SHIPPING*! ($125 value)
3D Systems & Gentle Giant Black Friday/Cyber Monday Coupon Code (Get Deal)
Although 3D Systems doesn’t say what exactly customers will save, they have revealed a coupon code which is supposed to cut a chunk of money off of the prices for various items including their Cube 3D printers. The coupon code is “Save3D”.
Additionally, their recently acquired subsidiary, Gentle Giant is offering a 30% discount on all in-stock merchandise, which includes various different 3D printed figurines of popular brands that I am sure you all have heard of. In order to get this discount, customers must use discount code ’30BLK2014′ at checkout.
Afinia H480 3D Printer (Get Deal)
For those of you looking for a reliable and very affordable 3D printer, which also happens to be the winner of several recent rewards, the Afinia H480 3D Printer may be right for you, or that person on your holiday gift list. This weekend, the Afinia 3D is offering a special $150 discount (now $1,149) on this machine.
MicroCenter In Store – PowerSpec 3D Pro Printer (In Store Only)
MicroCenter recently began carrying a number of 3D printers. This Black Friday they will be offering their PowerSpec 3D Pro at a $200 discount (now $799). A printer which is very similar to the FlashForge Creator Pro, features a 8.9″ x 5.7″ x 5.9″ build envelope, and decent print resolutions for the price.
Maker’s Tool Box 3D Printers and Accessories (Get Deal)
Hot off the release of their MendelMax 3, the company is offering 10% off all 3D printers they have available, plus 20% off everything else on the site. The sale will run all weekend including Cyber Monday.
XYZ Printing Da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer (Get Deal)
newegg is offering the da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer by XYZPrinting forsale for just $399. This is an incredible price for a decent 3D printer. This deal represents a 20% discount on the normal price of $499. With a print envelope of 7.8″ x 7.8″ x 7.8″, this machine is able to print with 100-400 micron resolutions.
MatterHackers.com is offering 10% off entire store – Discount code: “BLUFR673”
Printrbot.com is offering 10% off everything (Friday only)
RepRapDiscount.com is offering 25% off all orders from their online store – Discount code: “BlackFriday2014”
RepRapWarehouse.com is offering 10% off all filament – Discount code “BlackFriday”
Please feel free to add additional deals at our Black Friday & Cyber Monday 3D Printer forum thread on 3DPB.com
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