The Micro The First Truly Consumer 3D Printer

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M3D has introduced many innovations in the field of filament-based 3D printing with the introduction of The Micro. The Micro is the quickest and lowest power consuming 3D Printer out there. These features make it the ideal consumer 3D Printer out now. Also, it comes in a portable and light-weight design that will fit right on top of your desk.


The Micro can be used both for fun and serious stuff. You can use it to print your own small troop of armies or your very first Lamborghini or use it to print complicated 3D Models of any chemical compound. Due to its versatile use for various consumer needs, it has been Rated best 3D printer in a class by 3D Forged & Tom’s Guide.

Bring your ideas to life, turn them into businesses, educate, learn, personalize products, make toys, make jewelry, start a curriculum, run a modern workshop, and unleash your creativity. And what do you use to create such models? You can use PLA or ABS, as well as their Micro filament spools or standard 1.75 mm filament spools available on the market.

The Micro filament spools are fed from inside the printer.  Alternatively, you can use an external filament access port located on top of the extruder.


Now while you are using a 3D Printer, you need to first feed a 3D Model into the Printer. And you can do it in many ways, you can create one from scratch or you can download one from the internet. But this entire process should be as easy and simple as possible, otherwise, there is no point in making a Consumer 3D Printer.

The Micro comes with a simple to use interface and complete touch-screen capabilities. Moreover, it allows you to search and browse countless objects online, organizing 3D models you’ve downloaded into an easy to view library. Just pick a model, drag it into the printer, adjust the model if needed, and hit <print>.

Wrapping Up!

As previously stated The Micro is the ideal Consumer 3D Printer out there. Apart from consuming the lowest amount of energy, it is also the most space-efficient 3D Printer out here. It’s a cube, 7.3 in (185 mm) per side and weighs roughly 2.2 lb (1 kg). Moreover, it can also be used with any Windows, Mac, or Linux based system. But here is the twist, although it is ideal for beginner level use, its Software can also be upgraded to make it suitable for Advance level printing as well. 

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