If you want to get started in the world of 3D printing and do not want to spend several thousand euros on a printer, perhaps a solution could be to get one PocketMaker, a portable pocket 3D printer that fits in the palm of your hand and offers you the opportunity, not only to be able to create your own designs anywhere, but also to own a 3D printer for less than 90 euros.
Going into a little more detail, we find that PocketMaker is a printer similar in size to a 80mm cube side with weight of only 850 grams. Among its peculiarities, for example, you can not only connect it to your computer, but thanks to specific software compatible with iOS, Android, Windows and Mac, you can also use your mobile device to put it to work.
PocketMaker, a pocket 3D printer seeking financing through Indiegogo.
A peculiarity that I have found quite interesting and that can save a lot of head warm-ups is the fact that interchangeable nozzles can be used, something that will mean that you do not have to worry about injector clogging. According to its designers, the PocketMaker can work with PLA o ABS, as well as with the manufacturer's own spools and standard 1,75 mm thick filament.
If you are interested in getting a unit, tell you that today the company responsible for its development is seeking financing through Indiegogo where you can buy your unit at the price of U.S. dollar 99. If you want to wait for it to reach the market, the price will rise to U.S. dollar 149. If the project manages to be financed, the first units should reach their owners as of May 2017.