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Already a CNC owner?

Our Maker Made 300 3D Printers are the perfect companion tool to our CNC kits. Print CNC compatible parts PLUS make CNC + 3DP projects.

As makers, our team has been 3D printing for years and we realized that a better, simpler, more user friendly option was something we could create in-house. So, we spent months researching components, scouring customer feedback and testing ideas to come up with the entirely new product you see here. The Maker Made Maker300 is both familiar and revolutionary in its design and we know it will become an essential tool for you and your projects. 

Still Not Sure?

We know you’ll love your MM 3DP, but we want you to be sure too!
Check out some testimonials and FAQ’s below.

Here's what some of our customers have said:

Wondering about set up?

Set up is quick and easy with just a few mount screws and easy cable plugins. PLUS we’ve got assembly videos and a user manual available to walk you through the entire process step-by-step!

Frequently Asked Questions

Very! Our M300x was made with both newbies and seasoned users in mind. The M300x can be set up and printing in under an hour and includes 3 intuitive user modes (Beginner, Educator, and Expert). It’s made for users that just want extra guidance, are using the machine for education, or need total control of the firmware.

The Maker300x is simple mounting of some screws and plugging in a few cables. It can be done in a half hour or less. You can find a step-by-step guide and additional set-up information on our 3DP Resources Page.

Our printer is totally open-source software. It can use Makerverse, Cura, Simplify 3D, or any slicer that can output generic G-code.

We have our own Maker Marketplace where makers from our community provide their very own project files. Other platforms include places like Thingiverse.

The M300x allows for a build volume of  300 x 300 x 400 mm (12 x 12 x 16 inches).

  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Power cord
  • USB cord
  • USB Drive
  • Flexible magnetic build plate with Maker Made print surface
  • One year limited warranty
  • Online manual, video, and resources
  • Lifetime support by Maker Made
  • 200g roll of white PLA filament

It can come with the same power plugs as the M2, but the first 100 will be US 110V.

We want to set you up for success! Check our 3DP Resources page for our online manual, video, and other resources. Also checkout our weekly livestreams with Drew (our resident 3DP Guru) on Facebook and YouTube!

Yes, a one year warranty and a 30-day money back guarantee.

Our 3D Printers come with a small sample roll (200g of white PLA) to get you started printing unless otherwise noted in the product listing. 

You’ll need filament with a diameter of 1.75mm (0.069 inch).

Filament material compatibility: PLA, HTPLA, TPU, PETG and we are currently testing more!

We do not currently sell filament, but it can easily be sourced through many online shops and even on You’ll want 1.75mm filament size.

You can use the free Makerverse software to convert any design file to .gcode to be read by the 3D Printer.

Connectivity options include USB cable, USB Drive and Wi-Fi.

Calibration is incredibly easy. We’ve got a step by step guide complete with the needed machine settings.

Nozzle size: 400 microns (0.4 mm/0.015 inch). It can be upgraded to smaller or larger Mk8 diameters.

Layer resolution: 80-300 microns (0.08–0.3mm/0.002–0.012 inch). Accuracy is within 300ths of a mm, but testing is ongoing to improve that even more!

The interface is a 7″ Full-color LCD touchscreen.

The build surface is a microporous flexible magnetic surface on anodized aluminum bed. Designed for easy print adhesion and removal after completion, no need for glue, hairspray, or other additives.

No, the X and Y motions use a V-track belt system

No, it’s a Bowden Style, Dual-Gear Single Extruder.

Maximum nozzle temperature: 260°C (500°F).

Maximum bed temperature: 110°C (230°F) (*Note: the magnetic build surface will demagnetize above 75°C)

Printer Control Board: MKS Gen L v1.4

Yes, it uses trinamic stepper drivers.

Yes, it uses an integrated Raspberry Pi.

Have more questions? Visit our complete FAQ page!