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2018’s Best All-In-One 3D Printers

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by Anatol Locker
Jan 20, 2018

All-in-one 3D printer combos (3D printer, 3D scanner, laser engraver or CNC mill) are still rare on the market. Here are the best models available today.


How does an All-in-on 3D printer work?

Any low-cost 3D printer’s architecture is based on that of a basic CNC milling machine. It means a robotic head moves around three axes (X, Y, and Z) by a computerized mechanical system.

The difference is that a CNC cuts materials off a starting block of material (wood, plastic or metal). That makes it a “subtractive” technology. A printer uses and extruder to melt and deposit slices of materials, building things additively – hence “additive manufacturing”.

Based on this, you might think that just about any 3D printer can turn into a CNC mill and vice-versa. Unfortunately – unless you are operating at a high-end industrial level – that’s not the case. Huge industrial manufacturing machines are sometimes capable of switching between up to 200 different tools to execute a job, including a head for laser cladding (a type of 3D printing by metal deposition).

On the low-cost side, the perfect multipurpose machine is still hard to find. Most all-in-one manufacturing machines have strengths and weaknesses you should be aware of. Here are the current all-in-one 3D printers available on the market.

2018’s Best All-In-One 3D Printers

Printer Name Manufacturing Methods Materials Build Volume Target audience Market Price Price Check
ZMorph 2.0 SX 3D printing, Dual 3D printing, CNC milling, laser cutting, laser engraving 3D printing: PLA, ABS, PVA, HIPS, nylon, rubber, ceramics, food – CNC mill: wax, plexiglas, rubber, EVA foam, wood – laser cutting/engraving: wood, leather, plexiglass, PVA foil, paper, cardboard 250 x 235 x 165 mm Advanced €3500
XYZ Da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3-in-1 3D printing, 3D scanning, laser engraving (optional) PLA 150 x 150 x 150 mm Beginner €599 (Basic model), €799 (+ laser engraving module)
XYZ Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1 3D printing, laser engraving, 3D scanning 3D printing: PLA – laser engraving: wood, plastic, paper, leather 200 x 200 x 190 mm Advanced €899 (Basic model), €1099 (+ laser engraving module)
FABtotum 3D printing, CNC milling, laser engraving, 3D scanning 3D printing: PLA, ABS, nylon – CNC mill: wood, metal, foam 214 x 236 x 242 mm Intermediate €999 (basic model), $1550 (all expansions)
AIO Robotics Zeus 3D printing, 3D scanning 3D printing: PLA 370 Ø x 530H mm Beginner $2499
BoXZY 3D printing, CNC milling, laser engraving 3D printing: PLA, ABS – CNC mill: wood, plastic, metal – laser engraving: wood, metal 165 x 165 x 203 mm Advanced €3.200,00
Flux Delta 3D printing, laser engraving, drawing, and 3D scanning. 3D printing: PLA – laser engraving: PCB, wood, leather 168 T x 208 H mm Beginner €849 (basic model), €999 (with engraving module)
WASP EVO 3D printing, CNC milling, PCB printing, paste extrusion 3D printing: PLA, BS, PET, nylon, flex, polystyrene, laywood – CNC mill: wood, polycarbonate, plywood, aluminum 260 x 195 x 190 mm Advanced €1690 (without CNC mill) €1870 (with CNC mill)
Snapmaker 3D printing, CNC milling, laser engraving 3D printing: PLA, ABS – CNC mill: wood, plastic, metal – laser engraving: wood, metal 125 x 125 x 125mm Beginners $799
Aether 1 Dual 3D Printing, CNC milling, laser engraving, paste extrusion, bioprinting not available yet 610mm x 432mm x 432mm Advanced $9000 (estimated)
Symme3D 3D printing, laser etching, CNC milling not available yet not available yet not available yet not available yet

All-In-One 3D Printer ZMorph 2.0 SX

Image of All-In-One 3D Printer: ZMorph 2.0 SX

Poland-based Zmorph is arguably the most successful all-in-one machine so far. The ZMorph 2.0 SX can use multiple tools and materials for digital fabrication. It is based on the typical architecture of a MendelMax RepRap system.

Of course, this all-in-one 3D printer can extrude thermoplastics. When it comes to 3D printing regular 3D printing, there are four tool heads available: A “pro” dual extrusion system, a “regular” dual extrusion system, a tool head for 1.75 mm and a tool head for 3 mm filament. Thanks to the heated bed, you can 3D print materials like ABS, Flex, Glassbend, Wood, TPLA, HIPS and even PVA (water soluble support materials). That’s very versatile for an all-in-one 3D printer.

It can also 3D print by pneumatically extruding paste materials. This is done through an extruder head, which can be fitted for thick pastes (like ceramics) and one for thin ones (like chocolate).

Other tool heads for this versatile all-in-one 3D printer include a CNC milling machine on three axes. Another tool heads can do laser cutting. The main difficulty in creating a hybrid system is that the requirements to cut through wood or metal are very different from delicately depositing 100 micron-thin layers of molten plastic. Zmorph seems to have found the correct balance, so much so that the company recently marketed its Zmorph as a CNC mill that can be turned into a printer (or laser engraver).

Through the use of in-house developed software, Voxelizer 3D, ZMorph can process and print an object using voxelization technique, where models are represented as 3Dd-pixels, rather than triangular meshes as seen in other programs. This allows operations that are not possible with traditional approaches – like the use of 3D filters and direct compatibility with MRI (Medical) scan data.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

A lot. It can 3d print with 1.75 and 3.00 mm diameter filaments, use CNC milling, laser cutting, laser engraving, 3d printing paste materials and even 3D print chocolate. This all-in-one 3D printer is a great tool for lab work, manufacturing on a small scale, and of course 3D printing enthusiasts.

If you want to dig deeper, here’s All3DP’s review of the 3D printing capabilities of this all-in-one machine.


Although it looks like a simple RepRap from afar, this is a great tool and possibly the best in the all-in-one 3D printer class. Also, the company is still improving their Voxelizer software, which could become a central hub for all your building activities.

It’s not an easy all-in-one 3D printer to use, so be prepared for a steep learning curve. Depending on how many tool heads you buy, the price can go up to €3500.


All-In-One 3D Printer XYZ Da Vinci Jr. 1.0 3-in-1

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Taiwan-based XYZprinting released their first all-in-one 3D printer, the “Da Vinci 1.0 3-in-1”, in August 2016.  The company is known for their low-cost approach to 3D printing. Most of XYZ’s machines are targeted to beginners. The “Da Vinci Jr 1.0 3-in-1” all-in-one 3D printer is no exception. It is aimed at users who want more than a very basic 3D printer without sacrificing their savings.

Therefore, you’ll have to deal with some compromises. The 3D printer can only use PLA and its derivates – also, a heated bed for ABS material is not available. Optionally, you can buy a precision nozzle, which will give you 0.3mm resolution instead of 0.4mm.

The 3D scanner is capable of scanning objects up to 12 x 12 x 12 cm with a resolution of 0.25 mm. The all-in-one printer comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and auto-calibration feature.

Optionally, the machine offers a 3D laser engraver.

Therefore, the “Da Vinci Jr 1.0 3-in-1” all-in-one 3D printer comes in two versions. For $600, you get a 3D printer / 3D scanner combo. If you add $200 to that, you’ll get the laser engraver. It will make you get creative on various materials such as paper, cardboard, leather, wood, and plastic.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

This all-in-one 3D printer will 3D print, 3D scan and do laser engraving.


If you are looking for a very inexpensive all-in-one 3D printer / 3D scanner combination suited for beginners, this machine could be a solution. Please be aware the quality of 3D beginner printers usually can’t compete with more sophisticated machines. The build volume is small, also you’ll have to buy the filament from XYZ directly – and it costs more than your regular spool of PLA filament.


All-In-One 3D Printer XYZ Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1

Image of All-In-One 3D Printer: XYZ Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1

Another XYZ all-in-one 3D printer? Yes, and this one has the “Pro” tag written on it.

XYZ’s all-in-one 3D printer closes some problematic feature gaps of it’s smaller brother, the “XYZ Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1”. First of all, you can use any filament you like – you’re not bound to XYZ proprietary PLA. Thanks to a heated aluminum bed, you also can use ABS 1.75mm filaments. The build volume is also significantly bigger. Prints can be started via Wifi connectivity, allowing it to connect to your laptop or desktop computer from anywhere in your home, school, or office.

3D scanning is done by a dual-laser combo in a timeframe of 5 minutes. The scans are already fully editable in the provided software package.

If you want laser engraving, you must get the feature as an extra kit. With it, you can engrave paper, cardboard, leather, wooden boards, and plastic surfaces with a 20 x 20 cm engraving area.

The“Da Vinci Jr 1.0 Pro 3-in-1” all-in-one 3D printer comes in two versions. For $900, you get a 3D printer / 3D scanner combo, for additional $200, you can start engraving paper, cardboard, leather, wood, and plastic.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

This all-in-one 3D printer will 3D print, 3D scan and do laser engravings.


If you are looking to buy an all-in-one 3D printer from XYZ, the Pro version is definitely the better choice. You’ll get the freedom to choose your own materials, which are usually a lot cheaper. Also, you’ll benefit from a heated print bed, more build space and a better laser system.


All-In-One 3D Printer FABtotum

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“Faktotum” is Latin for someone who can do everything. The other side of that is the idea of “Jack of all trades”, that is someone that can do a little of everything but nothing really well. That is the challenge of creating an all-in-one 3D printer, something that the team at Italy-based FABtotum company asked their fully open source community to help them overcome.

The FABtotum team approached multipurpose fabrication from the very beginning of their successful Kickstarter run. The FABtotum Personal Fabricator is the most affordable all-in-one 3D printer on the market and also one of the more affordable desktop machines around.

FABtotum currently offers 3D printing head, a CNC milling head and, since 2017, a laser engraving system. The printers were upgraded to a version 2.0 since the launch. The team has been working for quite some time on implementing a laser-based stereolithography (SLA) system, for 3D printing with liquid resin with their PRISM module.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

Currently, their core system is 3D printing (mainly PLA, PETG, and ABS), does CNC milling and laser engraving. According to FABtotum, there will be more developments for their all-in-one 3D printer. The costs for a full blown all-in-one system adds up to €1,550.


The FABtotum offers a bit of everything and has lowered the entry point to multipurpose fabrication. The development of new tool heads is ongoing for quite some time now.


All-In-One 3D Printer AIO Robotics Zeus

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AIO Robotics Zeus is a 3D printer scanner combo. It’s a device that wants so make 3D printing as easy as possible  – but it’s by no means a typical “beginner’s printer” which delivers inferior results.

The setup should be finished in just 10 minutes. Most prominent feature of this all-in-one 3D printer combo is its huge 7-inch-touchscreen. It’s not only used for operating the system. It also displays 3D models, which can be accessed wirelessly on the web – that’s a first in FDM 3D printing. You also don’t need a slicer – it’s built in.

The Zeus offers automated calibration and bed-leveling, system upgrades go over-the-air. Zeus’ extruder and turntable are removable for troubleshooting. In addition, a number of parts inside Zeus are 3D-printable so if any should break, files for the parts can be found on our website and you can have a new part created within hours – all based on the RepRap principle.

There’s one drawback, though. It only prints with 1.75 PLA material. The Zeus doesn’t have a heated bed needed for ABS or more sophisticated materials like Nylon or HIPS.

The built-in 3D scanner uses swiping laser triangulation. Scan volume is 9.0 inches diameter x 4.4 height; the maximum resolution is 150 micron in color.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?
This printer can 3D print and 3D scan items.

The AIO Robotics Zeus costs $2499, which is quite a price tag.


All-In-One 3D Printer BoXZY

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This all-in-one 3D printer gathered a lot of traction on Kickstarter while the campaign was running. The team collected $80.000 to start production. It’s a combination of 3D printer, CNC mill, and a laser engraver.

Fortunately, it is one of the Kickstarter stories that ended well. A year later, BoXZY was delivering the fourth shipment of its all-in-one 3D printers to the campaign founders and has opened up a shop on its website. The all-metal architecture makes the BoXZY’s very sturdy. It comes with three rods for 3D printing, CNC milling, and laser engraving, which are made from a single block of aeronautical aluminum and should be easy to swap.

At $3,799 the BoXZY does not come cheap. But it does come with some useful accessories and an extremely solid metal body in two different color options (raw and anodized black). But this all-in-one tool helps you to create projects out of woods, plastics, PCBs, metals and even stone.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

It will do 3D printing, laser cutting, and laser engraving.


It might have looked like just another ambitious Kickstarter dream, but the BoXZY has become real. It‘s not exactly cheap: A fully loaded all-in-one 3D printer will cost €3,900.


All-In-One 3D Printer Flux Delta

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The FLUX all-in-one 3D printer started in Taipei in March 2014. The Team then went to Silicon Valley and raised 1.6 million dollars from Kickstarter backers from all over the world. By April 2016, the Flux Delta was shipped to 64 countries; the company is taking orders in their shop.

This all-in-one 3D printer is using the delta technology to move its tool heads (3D printing and laser engraving). One specialty if this all-in-one 3D printer is drawing. You can attach brushes, pencils or felt pens, charcoal or other writing instruments to the specially designed drawing toolhead.

Also, this all-in-one 3D printer is capable of scanning 3D objects. The point accuracy is 1-2 mm on the whole build volume, and you can also monitor scans on a tablet computer.

Flux does have a knack for design. Their videos, the website, everything is looking great – they even won several design awards for this. You can also laser engrave patterns on different materials, such as wood, leather, or even PCB.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?
This versatile all-in-one 3D printer does 3D printing, laser engraving, drawing, and 3D scanning.

The “deluxe version” costs $999, the classic version (without the engraver) is 849. It’s an interesting machine – and currently, the only one who lets you draw with a 3D printer.


All-In-One 3D Printer WASP EVO

Image of All-In-One 3D Printer: WASP EVO

Italy-based WASP was one of the very first companies to ever offer a commercial all-in-one 3D printer, integrating both a CNC milling machine head and a 3D printer. The company is known for its delta 3D printers and pneumatic extrusion 3D printing with soil and ceramics, Its very first product, though, was the Cartesian architecture based PowerWASP EVO.

The 3D printing head is compatible with most common thermoplastics while the “subtractive” head can mill wood, multi-layered wood, any sheet of polymeric material, and even aluminum. It can also route PCB circuits and more. Although this function isn’t marketed aggressively, the PowerWASP EVO can also mount a paste extrusion head to use for food paste.

WASP are known to build very reliable machines – and this all-in-one 3D printer is no exception. The print volume is 260 x 195 x 190 mm, you can print nearly every available filament with it.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

It does 3D printing, CNC milling, PCB printing, paste extrusion.


WASP have stopped producing the EVO. Still, you can find used systems on the second-hand market. Although this all-in-one 3D printer is a bit of a legacy system, it is still one of the most solid all-in-one 3D printers on the market.


All-In-One 3D Printer Snapmaker

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When the Snapmaker 3D printer went on Kickstarter, it was funded in a matter of just days. 5.050 backers gave $2.277.182 to the company for the development of an impressive little all-in-one 3D printer.

The killer feature of this inexpensive all-in-one 3D printer is it’s three interchangeable tool heads. They can be swapped onto the Snapmaker’s X-axis rail for 3D printing, laser engraving, and CNC milling.

The fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printing module accepts 1.75mm filament. The bed is heated (up to 100 degrees Celsius). But at only 125mm square and with a build height of 125mm, prints are rather limited in size.

Ease of use seems to be a common theme for the Snapmaker. It makes use of a color touchscreen for operation, a simple assembly of few parts and comes bundled with the proprietary Snap3D software. Presumably, this is to ensure smooth operation switching between functions.

The laser engraving module features a class 1500 mW laser. This is capable of burning designs into wood, leather and similar materials. In addition, the CNC milling module claims an adjustable spindle speed between 2,000 and 7,000 rpm.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

3D printing, laser engraving, and CNC carving.


At a retail price of $499, this all-in-one 3D printer seems to be able to blow the competition out of the water. The company wants to deliver the first printers to its alpha-backers in Summer 2017. All3DP will keep you up to date.


All-In-One 3D Printer Aether 1

Image of All-In-One 3D Printer: Aether 1

While most all-in-one 3D printers can 3D print, scan, CNC mill and laser engraving, the Aether 1 offers nothing much, much more.

In example, thisall-in-one 3D printer can print with 10 tool heads at once. It has twice as many syringe extruders for bioprinting as the competitors. It can 3D print, do CNC milling, laser engraving, food printing, paint and even do calligraphy. Attach a paintbrush or pen, upload a design, and the Aether 1 will start painting. Another great feature: the “photo to fabrication” feature uses a built-in digital camera so that you can instantly snap a picture and have it 3D printed, painted, sculpted, or turned into chocolate.

Want more yummy stats? The Aether 1 offers automatic air pressure calibration (first of its kind), automatic stage leveling with optical sensor, dual automatic nozzle cleaning, automatic retraction of inactive syringes and tools, optional high-resolution motors capable of reaching a 0.4 nanometer Z axis resolution/minimum 50 micron layer diameter, sterility filter to create sterile environment for food printing, LED backlights for glow-in-the-dark materials and fluorescent biomaterials. You can also attach a microscope if you want. The printers dimensions are 24 x 17 x 15 inches with a build size of 12.4 x 9 x 5.2 inches.

But – so far, the all-in-one 3D printer isn’t available. Also, there‘s no price information yet.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

This versatile all-in-one 3D printer offers

  • 10+ extruders on 1 printhead

  • 8 pneumatic syringe extruders with retraction system

  • 2 FFF hot-end filament extruders

  • Heated glass syringe extruder

  • 4,000 Hz droplet jetting extruders

  • UV photo cross-linking LED

  • CNC milling

  • Laser engraving

  • Laser assisted bioprinting (LAB)

  • Universal tool mounts – Use syringes or tools of virtually any kind


The Aether currently is in a beta-testing stage. It was delivered to laboratories in Cambridge (All3DP reported). If this printer ever becomes commercially available, has a competitive price tag and delivers great results, it can blow away the competition. Honestly, this sounds too good to be true.


All-In-One 3D Printer Symme3D

Image of All-In-One 3D Printer: Symme3D

Although this all-in-one 3D printer is not available on the market yet, Romania-based Symme3D is hard at work on a multifunctional delta 3D printer. The 3D printer prototype has been ready for some time now, and it is capable of some impressive performances, including ultra-fast 3D printing at 1000 mm per second. The machine will also come with extra heads for laser etching and a CNC for PCB routing (which basically means it can be used to engrave computerized boards to prep them for electronics).

The machine was due out last year, but Symme3D still has not opened up its website for ordering and is still working on starting production. They are active presenting the machine at events throughout Romania and Europe and have recently announced that formalities have been cleared for export to North America.

What can this all-in-one 3D printer do?

The all-in-one 3D printer does 3D printing, CNC milling, laser etching.


The team is taking a long to start production, but the prototype is excellent. They did not seek to crowdfund, so there is no mandatory deadline for them.

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Symme3D All-In-One

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