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Box.co.uk is the UKs leading 3D printer retailer. We offer unbeatable choice, value & technical support. We work directly with selected brands so that we know we are giving our customers the very best quality at the best prices. At Box we are 3D printer specialists with thousands of satisfied customers, we supply to hobbyists, businesses, scientific institutions, education and more. 3D printing is growing week by week with more industries utilising the technology every day. We can help you with your 3D printing journey - whether you are just starting or a seasoned pro. We supply 3D printers, filament & all the spare parts and accessories you will need for 3D printing. If you want to see one up close before you purchase you can visit our retail showroom in Birmingham and one of our team will show you the range in action.

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“Bought a 3d printer and loads of filament over the last couple of years and never had any issues... Quick delivery and great communication.”

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“We are loving the racing sims we built mainly for gear purchased for you. Our shiny new 3D printer came this week and now being put to work building racing medals 🏅 Player Ready Virtual Reality Centres Cornwall”

“We bought our first printer from box last week along with some supplies. Can't fault your prices and delivery.

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Best 3D Printers 2019

3D printing has taken off in the last few years. with printing technology developing enough to be affordable for the average consumer. No longer just for professional use, you can now buy a 3D printer that sits nicely on a desk or table. So, whether you're looking for a high volume professional printer or something for beginners, there are various 3D printer options available.

New developments in 3D printing

3D printing is about much more than homemade figures for war games. Here, our in-house expert Jack Dempsey takes a look at the latest cool developments in the world of 3D printing

Busy start to the year for 3D printing

2019 is going to be a huge year for 3D printing as the technology really takes flight. Here Jack Dempsey, 3D printing guru at Box, looks at some of the big moves so far…

What could I use a 3D printer for?

But what do people use 3D printers for? This is a question that we hear all the time and it is very hard to give a short answer because the answer is that they are used for a multitude of different things across many different industries from rapid prototyping to cosplay and 3D models.

Product Design & Prototypes

3D printers have made it so much easier for designers to try out their designs and get prototypes made. If inventors or designers have an idea they can now cheaply and quickly make a prototype or have a prototype made using a 3D printer rather than the huge expense of getting a mould made and paying a company to make their prototype. 3D printing technology is now affordable for the masses and this drop in cost in turn fuels innovation amongst creative people.

Create Models & Toys

Many hobbyists use their 3D printers purely to create models and toys. Websites like Thingiverse allow users to simply search for a model, toy or any design they like, download it and print it. All of the designs are open source and there are hundreds of thousands of designs to choose from which are all uploaded by the community for free. Parents can print out toys for their children to play with and as the recent fidget spinner craze passed through society thousands of fidget spinners were printed across the world.

Create Art

Many artists and designers now create art and funky designs using 3D printers and some of their work can be considered as true masterpieces. Many artists and designers sell their 3D printed creations on websites like Etsy and they can prove to be very popular with buyers. 3D printing can bring art in the realm of the digitally minded.

Create Jewellery

3D printed jewellery is now extremely popular - from necklaces to rings and earrings, they have all been 3D printed and the opportunity to quickly take an idea from your head and turn it in to a physical product really sparks creativity. Many jewellery makers and designers have used 3D printers that can print metal to create some outstanding pieces.


3D Printing is revolutionising the medical industry with big gains being made in the area of prosthetics. 3D printing has allowed prosthetics to become more available in the developing world. Projects like the Open Hand Project aim to make prosthetics affordable to the people that need them. Prosthetics can cost anything up to £100,000 but 3D printing can slash this price to a fraction of the cost and some organisations allow their designs to be open source so that anyone can download, modify and print their designs. There are many other applications within the medical industry with researchers at Harvard working on bio printing blood vessels.


3D printed musical instruments are becoming a big thing, some musicians now create their own instruments and designs using 3D printing software and print off their designs using 3D printers (makes sure you have a large enough build volume). From flutes to saxophones to unique instruments they have all been 3D printed, the musical community is going crazy for them, and thousands of instruments have been printed from thingiverse alone.

When buying a 3D printer one of the main things people look for is build volume because this determines how large you can make your prints, it is important to buy a high precision printer so that you can create those high precision 3D prints and here at Box we have just what you need. When it comes to additive manufacturing 3D printing is usually the first port of call, as long as you have a quality build platform and good layer by layer supporting structures then you will be able to create parts and make fantastic 3D prints.

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