Best open hardware 3D printers

I’ve been wanting to replace my good old Anet A8 for a while now. It is without a doubt one of the best (and cheapest) 3D printers to get started. Mine it is already a few years old and thousands of meters of filament have passed through it. Although it is still working well, it is time to move to a more professional printer that doesn’t require so much maintenance and presets to start printing. Before choosing one, it is worth looking at what Open Hardware 3D printers are available out there.

The last picture of the Anet A8 3D printer at our workshop.
My good old Anet A8 3D printer with a few custom modifications at the Bike Pixels’ workshop.