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3D printer Christmas gift ideas

The end of the year is approaching fast… and so is the holiday season! What a magical feeling when we see all the gifts we always dreamt of, just waiting under the tree.

But someone has to put those gifts under the tree. And then the famous question arises: what is the perfect Christmas gift for my close relatives? Decorative items? Fashion accessories? Jewelry?

How about a gift capable of offering all those things at once– a 3D printer?

What 3D printer to offer?

3D printed Christmas tree

3D printed Christmas tree

DIY 3D printer kits can be a great gift for those who like crafts, whereas plug-and-play 3D printers suit those who prefer speed and simplicity.

However, as simple as some may be, 3D printers aren’t exactly suited for younger kids. But don’t panic, there are plenty of other toys and gadgets to initiate small children to 3D printing.

Now it’s great to have a gift idea, but when it comes to 3D printers, it’s hard to cut through all the clutter. How to find the right 3D printer? What type of 3D printer is best for a certain type of person? You will find all the answers (and more!) in our holiday gift guide. At Aniwaa, it’s Christmas everyday.

Holiday gift guide

Our holiday gift guide features three categories of 3D printers:

  • DIY 3D printer kits
  • Plug-n-play 3D printers
  • 3D printing gifts for kids

Within each category, we’ve selected 3D printers in different price ranges for a more comprehensive list of 3D printer gift ideas.

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About this author

Martin Lansard

Martin Lansard is Aniwaa’s CEO and co-founder. Based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, he manages the team and operations while overseeing the company’s strategy and growth. Highly organized and methodical, he makes sure to infuse these qualities throughout the company. Martin studied Management at EDHEC Business School and Loyola Marymount University in California. In 2008, he joined Google in Ireland then moved to New York 2 years later to join the company’s Marketing department. After working for 5 years at the tech giant, Martin chose to dedicate himself full-time to Aniwaa.