At Exapro, we're proud to offer a diverse range of used 3D printers, serving a variety of sectors from manufacturing to healthcare. These transformative machines bring numerous benefits, including rapid prototyping, cost-effectiveness, enhanced customisation, and reduced waste, making them invaluable assets to modern production. Our machines range in price from €8,000 up to €56,000 for premium, industrial-grade printers from leading brands such as Stratasys, 3D Systems, HP, and more. Each printer comes with its unique parameters like build volume, layer resolution, print speed, and material compatibility, catering to your specific requirements. Whether you're shaping the future of aerospace engineering, creating intricate jewellery designs, or pioneering medical advancements, Exapro has a 3D printer for you. Investing in our used machines not only means accessing high-quality equipment at a significantly reduced price but also contributing to a more sustainable production future. Trust in Exapro's commitment to excellent customer service and find the perfect 3D printer to elevate your business today.

TRUMPF TruPrint 3000 3D Printer

Year: 2017

This TRUMPF TruPrint 3000 3D Printer was manufactured in 2017. It features a laser capacity of 500W and a work area of 400x300mm. The machine can handle a variety of materials including stainless steel, tool steel, and titanium. With dimensions of 3385 x 1750 x 2070 mm and a weight of 4300 kg, it's designed for robust performance. For more …

MARKFORGED Metal X 3D Printer

Year: 2018

This MARKFORGED Metal X 3D Printer was made in 2018. Machine width: 575 mm Machine depth: 467 mm Machine height: 1120 mm Machine weight: 75 kg A wash-1 washing station for debinding In addition a gas handling system. A sinter-2 for sintering. The sinter-2 is the larger sintering oven from markforged. The sintering oven has run 7 times, and the …

Formlabs Fuse 1 3D Printer Low working hours

Year: 2023

SLS 3D Printer Virtually new 3D printer FUSE 1 worked 20 hours

HP MJF 580 3D Printer

Year: 2019

Resolution 1200 dpi

3D SYSTEMS ProJet 860 3D Printer

Year: 2015

Introducing the 3D SYSTEMS ProJet 860 3D Printer: - Offer Title: 3D SYSTEMS ProJet 860 3D Printer - Manufacturer: 3D SYSTEMS - Model: ProJet 860 - Year of Manufacture: 2015 This 3D printer is in very good working condition and is ready to boost your production capabilities. Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your manufacturing processes with this …

DWS S.r.l. DigitalWax 3D Printer Low working hours

Year: 2019

DWS SLA resin 3D printer. Extreme precision (layer from 0.01 to 0.1 mm). Printing plate 150x150x200. Possibility of printing over 60 different types of materials. The printer is in perfect condition. In addition: UV oven, resin for printing, resin container tray.


KEYENCE Agilista 3200 W 3D Printer

Year: 2022

This KEYENCE Agilista 3200 W 3D Printer was manufactured in 2022. It is in flawless condition, like new, with only 66 hours print time so far. It comes with several accessories: Modeling Studio Software DVD (not license-based), STL error correction function, Container for removing support material, Stainless steel water tank, Maintenance tools (spatula, mirror, LED flashlight), Cleaning set (disposable gloves …


TECHGINE TS120 3D Printer

Year:

TS120 SLM TS120 metal 3D printer Serial number TS12019018

XYZprinting MfgPro230 xS 3D Printer

Year: 2022

This XYZ PRINTING MfgPro230 xS 3D Printer machine was manufactured in the year 2022 in Taiwan. The machine disposes of a vacuum, accessories, powder separator and a Nitropur 800-POK Special air separator. Number of axis: 3 Material starter kit PA11 ESD BASF Sinterit fz154 sandblaster sls lisa, lisa pro, lisa x, nilsxyzpro mfgpro230 xs 3pl01xus00f 3d printer Sinterit fz138/fz176 phs …

Prodways Promaker P1000 3D Printer powder laser

Year: 2019

PRODWAYS Promaker P1000 3D Printer powder laser Year of construction: 2019 Condition: good (used) PRODWAYS Promaker P1000 3D PRINTER The machine is in a workshop in Millau, France. We have the original papers. It was bought new on lease. It dates from 2019 and is in very good condition. Offer includes: + MaxBlast 2201 SandBlaster cabinet + PRODWAYS gluing tank

Gebrauchte Markforged Metal X 3D Printer

Year: 2023

Demonstration unit in best condition From stainless steel to copper: choose from a wide range of stable, durable and high-performance materials. Installation space size: width 300 mm, depth 220 mm, height 180 mm Printing method: Metal FFF Layer thickness (resolution in Z-direction): 50 μm - 125 μm (after sintering) Printing media: Bound-Powder-Filament Internal structure: Closed cell infill (triangular) or solid …

Stratasys J750 3D Printer Hot deal

Year: 2021

Sell Stratasys J750 in good condition: 500,000 color shades in Vero, VeroFlex, VeroFlexVivid, Tango, Agilus30, RGD720 or Transparent VeroClear. Support materials are also supported: SUP705 (water-removable) and SUP706B (soluble). The print volume of the Stratasys J750 is 490 x 390 x 200 mm, with horizontal layers down to 14 microns with the combination of 6 resins. Connected via Ethernet to …

3D Systems ProJet 6000 HD 3D Printer Hot deal

Year: 2014

3D Systems SLA 3D Printer ProJet 6000 HD in used condition. Package contains: 1) ProJet 6000 HD Printer 2) 1x complete material cart for VisiJet Tought (40kg of resin) 3) 1x complete material cart for VisiJet Hi-Temp (40kg of resin) 4) 1x Curing Unit 5) 1x APS Smart UPS 3000kVA Laser head had power around 220mW, after update system doesn´t …

3D printer 3ntr model A2V4 with Storm and double Vento unit - less used Hot deal

Year: 2023

Technical data: A2 Max print volume: 600 x 325 x 500mm Number of extruders 2 or 3 Max extrusion temperature 450°C Max tray temperature 160°C Max chamber temperature 90°C Max travel speed 300mm/sec Removable print bed Yes Mechanical precision X Y 0.011mm Usable polymers All…* All…* Flexible filaments Yes (optional) Yes (optional) Minimum layer thickness 0.05mm Available nozzle diameters 0.3 …

Stratasys J850 3D Printer Hot deal

Year: 2021

Sell STRATASYS J850: Stratasys J850 is the most advanced machine in the J8 series. Compatible with the American manufacturer's Vero materials, including Transparent VeroClear and VeroUltraClear, as well as DraftGrey, SUP705 and SUP706B, the J850 is also Pantone-certified, with over 500,000 possible shades and up to 7 different materials on a single part. The Stratasys J850 outperforms the J835 and …

Omni 3D Omni 3D factory 2.0 Net 3D Printer Hot deal

Year: 2023

Omni factory 2.0 Net 3D printer. The printer was commissioned in June 2023 and has between 500 and 700 hours. Near new condition. 2 extruders, heated platen, temperature controlled environment + accessories


Jinan AOL CNC EQUIPMENT CO.LTD. FOB Qingdao 3D Printer

Year: 2019

Laser engraving machine of 2D and 3D photos in crystal (high quality glass) Machine including software for photo transformation is about 500 K9 crystals of different sizes and shapes for engraving.


Explore Industrial 3D Printers with Exapro

Exapro is your go-to marketplace for high-quality, used industrial machinery. Among our diverse range of equipment, we proudly present a broad selection of 3D printers, revolutionising industries worldwide with their cutting-edge applications.

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is a technology that constructs three-dimensional objects from digital designs, layer by layer. It provides unparalleled flexibility, enabling you to manufacture complex geometries that would be nearly impossible with traditional techniques.

From rapid prototyping to bespoke production runs, 3D printers offer a gamut of benefits. They drastically reduce time-to-market, streamline production processes, and offer significant cost savings. Furthermore, they allow for remarkable customisation, letting you personalise each product to meet specific customer needs.

Exapro's selection spans across various manufacturers, each celebrated for their reliable and innovative technology. We provide machines that cater to an array of budgets, starting from affordable entry-level printers ideal for small businesses or educational institutions, extending to premium, industrial-grade models for larger manufacturers seeking high-volume, high-precision production.

At Exapro, we specialise in providing high-quality, used industrial machinery that offers exceptional value for money. Our 3D printers are no exception, with a range of models available to suit different budgets and requirements. Our used 3D printers typically range in price from €8,000 to €56,000, offering flexibility for businesses of all sizes.

Our 3D printers serve numerous sectors, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, construction, education, and many more. Each machine on our platform is comprehensively evaluated to ensure it offers superior performance, reliability, and value for money.

Investing in a used 3D printer from Exapro means gaining access to top-tier machinery at a fraction of the cost of new equipment, providing a sustainable and cost-effective solution to your manufacturing needs. Trust in our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction as we guide you to the perfect 3D printing solution. Experience the future of manufacturing with Exapro today.

 

Benefits of 3D Printers

3D printers have transformed manufacturing, design, and various other industries, offering a host of advantages that traditional methods cannot match:

Rapid Prototyping: One of the most significant benefits of 3D printers is rapid prototyping. It significantly reduces the time between initial design and prototype, enabling faster iterations and improvements.

Cost-Effective: Unlike traditional manufacturing processes, which require expensive moulds and human labour, 3D printers can produce complex geometries and designs at a much lower cost.

Customisation: Every single part can be personalised to meet specific requirements, making 3D printing ideal for customised production runs, like dental implants, personalised jewellery, and bespoke industrial components.

Design Freedom: Traditional methods, such as injection moulding or machining, come with design constraints. In contrast, 3D printing offers far greater design freedom, allowing for the creation of shapes and internal structures that would otherwise be impossible.

Reduced Waste: 3D printing is an additive process, which means material is only used where needed. This dramatically reduces waste compared to subtractive manufacturing methods, making it a more environmentally friendly option.

Material Variety: Modern 3D printers can work with a wide range of materials, including plastics, resins, metals, and even ceramics. This allows manufacturers to choose the best material for specific applications.

On-Demand Production: 3D printers enable on-demand production, meaning businesses can print only what they need, when they need it. This eliminates the need for large storage spaces and reduces inventory costs.

Tool-Less: In traditional manufacturing, creating a custom mould or die can be time-consuming and expensive. However, in 3D printing, the same printer can produce different parts, providing an economic advantage for small production runs.

Innovation and Learning: Lastly, 3D printers foster innovation. They are used in education to provide hands-on learning, creative problem-solving, and a tangible way to visualize complex designs.

These advantages make 3D printers an invaluable tool in both industrial and personal applications, leading to a paradigm shift in how we approach design and manufacturing.

 

Main machine parameters of 3D Printers

When looking at 3D printers, there are several crucial parameters that you should consider:

Build Volume: This is the maximum size of an object that a 3D printer can produce in a single run. It's typically measured in XYZ dimensions and varies widely between models.

Layer Resolution: Also known as layer height or print resolution, this parameter affects the level of detail a printer can achieve. Lower numbers (such as 50-100 microns) mean finer detail.

Print Speed: The speed at which the printer can move its print head and extrude material. This can affect how quickly a part is produced, though higher speeds can sometimes result in lower quality prints.

Material Compatibility: Some printers are designed to work with specific types of filament, such as PLA, ABS, nylon, or even metal or wood composites. Ensuring a printer is compatible with the material you intend to use is essential.

Nozzle Diameter: The nozzle diameter influences the print speed and layer height. A smaller diameter allows for higher detail but may slow the print speed.

Extruder Type: 3D printers generally have either direct or Bowden extruders. Direct extruders provide more precise filament control, while Bowden extruders are lighter and can allow for faster movement and printing.

Print Technology: The type of 3D printing technology used can vary between printers. The most common types include FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling), SLA (Stereolithography), and SLS (Selective Laser Sintering), each with its own strengths and weaknesses.

Connectivity: How the printer connects to receive print files, whether it's through USB, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or SD card.

Heated Bed: A heated print bed helps to prevent warping and improves adhesion of the first layer of the print. This can be especially important when printing with certain materials, like ABS.

Software Compatibility: Not all 3D printers work with all slicing software, so ensure your printer is compatible with your preferred software.

These parameters should be carefully evaluated when choosing a 3D printer, as they can significantly impact the printer's performance, the quality of the printed parts, and the overall user experience.

 

Area of use of 3D Printers

3D printers have a wide variety of applications across numerous fields. Here are some key areas:

Manufacturing: 3D printers have revolutionised the manufacturing industry by allowing for rapid prototyping, which shortens the development cycle of new products. They also allow for on-demand manufacturing of parts, which can significantly reduce costs.

Aerospace & Automotive: These industries use 3D printing to create complex, lightweight parts. These parts often have internal structures that are impossible to manufacture using traditional methods. Examples include fuel nozzles in jet engines or custom car parts.

Healthcare: 3D printing is used to create custom prosthetics, dental implants, and even synthetic skin for burn victims. In addition, bioprinting, an offshoot of 3D printing, aims to print human organs for transplantation.

Construction: Large-scale 3D printers can 'print' entire buildings. They extrude a concrete mixture layer by layer to construct homes or other structures. This technology has the potential to create affordable housing and is also being explored for building structures on other planets.

Education: 3D printers serve as excellent educational tools. They allow students to bring their designs and ideas to life, fostering creativity and hands-on learning.

Fashion and Jewellery: 3D printing is used to create intricate designs in both fashion and jewellery. This includes everything from custom engagement rings to avant-garde clothing.

Food Industry: Specialised 3D printers can 'print' food, extruding edible materials into appealing shapes. These have applications in gourmet restaurants, confectionary design, and even potential future use in space travel.

Art and Sculpture: Artists are using 3D printing to create complex sculptures and installations that would be difficult or impossible to make by hand.

These are just a few examples of how 3D printers are being utilised. The technology is constantly evolving and finding new applications, making it an exciting field to follow.

 

Key Manufacturers of 3D Printers

There are several prominent manufacturers of 3D printers who are recognised for their innovative and reliable models. These include:

Stratasys: A long-standing leader in the 3D printing industry, Stratasys offers a variety of high-quality 3D printers that use FDM and PolyJet technologies. Stratasys printers are known for their reliability and precision, making them popular in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and healthcare.

3D Systems: As the creator of the original 3D printing technology (stereolithography), 3D Systems offers a variety of 3D printers suited for both home and office use. Their printers employ technologies like SLS, DMP, and ColorJet Printing (CJP).

HP: Known for their Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology, HP's 3D printers offer fast print speeds and high-quality output. HP is recognised for pushing the boundaries of what's possible in additive manufacturing.

Ultimaker: This Dutch manufacturer is well-regarded for its user-friendly and high-quality FDM 3D printers. Ultimaker machines are widely used in education, design, and small-scale manufacturing.

MakerBot: A subsidiary of Stratasys, MakerBot is popular in the education sector. Their Replicator and Method series of FDM printers are known for their affordability and ease of use.

EOS: This german company is a pioneer in the field of industrial 3D printing. They provide a selection of DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) and SLS machines.

ExOne: This company specialises in binder jetting technology, which can 3D print in a variety of materials including metals, sand, and ceramics. ExOne's printers are often used in heavy industry and foundries.

Formlabs: Known for their SLA desktop printers, Formlabs offers high-resolution 3D printers that can create intricate designs with fine detail, popular in the jewellery, dental, and product design sectors.

These manufacturers continually push the boundaries of 3D printing technology, offering solutions for a wide range of applications and industries.