Aug. 12, 2014

Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Tiertime (PP3DP) is currently running a special deal in which you can buy a UP Mini Desktop 3D Printer for US$599.99 & free shipping.

The UP Mini Desktop 3D Printer is a fully assembled device that allows you to print models immediately after some minimal setup. It features build envelope of 4.75 x 4.75 x 4.75 inches/120 x 120 x 120 mm (H x W x D) and vertical (Z-axis) resolution from 200 to 400 microns (0.20 to 0.40 mm).

The Mini has a PCB heated build platform which means less warping of your printed parts. The heat retention chamber helps also to stabilize the temperature during the print.

Tiertime's goal is to become the most trustful 3D printer supplier, said Yan Xutao, Vice General Manager of global marketing and sales team. This 'summer sales' is meant to promote the adoption of 3D printing for rapid prototyping, and to deepen the market understanding of 3D printing and its capabilities and potentials.

The UP Mini is originally priced at US$899 + shipping ($122-$204). Tiertime is offering a huge discount on Amazon for US$599.99 & free shipping. So if you were to buy the machine, this is a good deal. Chinese users can order the UP Mini Desktop 3D Printer on Amazon China for RMB3,166 (USD519) & free shipping.


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trouble shooting wrote at 8/14/2014 5:48:07 PM:

Maybe in china,the original price is RMB6699,and the price now is RMB3199.So that the "HALF PRICE"is right.

Andreas wrote at 8/12/2014 9:50:18 PM:

There is a good reason these are somewhat unpopular. The extruder-design is really poor. Why would you take a solid metal connection directly from the heated tip and nozzle and attach that at the base of the extruding stepper motor? This is what we engineers call "asking for trouble" in bright sunlight, right there... It may be cheap, but it's not smart either compared to more traditional "cheap" repraps. And you have to mod the heck out of an up! printer anyway to make it useful (adjustable temperature-settings anyone?)...

Bri wrote at 8/12/2014 2:51:17 PM:

Reviews do NOT sound good at all even though it has many 5 star ratings.

Reader wrote at 8/12/2014 1:35:00 PM:

What calculator did you use to determine that $599 was "HALF PRICE" of the original $899? Even if you include the outrageous shipping of $122-204 it's still not half price of the original.

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