3 Best Delta 3D Printers

Here are the 3 best Delta 3D printers ranging from hobbyist use to professional applications.

These printers are one of the 3 popular types (CoreXY, Delta & Cartesian). Delta printers are very unique in that they can print parts in a linear vertical movement connected to 3 separate vertical rails with higher degrees of freedom.

Let’s chem them out:

Flsun Q5 - Best Overall

Why start with this one? – The Flsun Q5 FDM printer offers a large build volume and auto bed leveling probe that helps beginners to set up the print faster.


High Printing Speed - Up to 300 mm/s with high printing accuracy

Auto Bed Leveling - Saves the user so much time self-calibrating without manually adjusting, so the user can get right to the printing process

Lattice Bed Platform - Composite coated, which allows for faster healing, better adhesion, and reduced wrapping

Easy Part Removal - Considerably higher Z-axis to print something tall

Resume From Power Loss - No wasteful large print when the power stops, the printer remembers the last step when power resumes

Smoother Feeding - Titan extruder gives it a stronger extrusion while providing a smoother and more stable feeding process

Easy Part Removal - Strong adhesion, but also easy part removal upon completion when the bed cools off


  • Can be loud even through the packaging says it's quiet
  • Base structure may not be heavy enough to hold steady unless bolted down on the workbench


  • Build Volume (mm) – φ200 X 200
  • Print Speed – 20 - 150 mm/s
  • Thickness – 0.2 – 0.3mm (200 - 300 microns)
  • Material – PLA, ABS
  • Filament Diameter – 1.75 mm
  • Bed Leveling – Auto
  • Extruder temp – 260°C
  • Weight – 15.4 lbs
  • Connectivity – USB, SD Card
  • Slicing Software – Cura, Repetier Host
  • File Format – STL, G Code, OBJ

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Anycubic Predator Delta - Best For The Money

Why buy this one? - Anycubic makes some of the best 3D printers on the market and the Predator Delta model is affordable and offers a large print volume for any beginners and experienced to start and play around with.


Flying Extruder - Improved extrusion without stringing for a much better quality print at a higher speed due to reduced weight.

Auto Bed Leveling - The same as Flsun Q5 recommended above, and it has 37 point mesh for even more leveled surface calibration

Modular Design - Put together very quickly and get the print process going without tons of complex assembly

Very Sturdy Base - Very rigid, bottom-heavy structure to stabilize the print and eliminate shaking as the 3 arms move up

Heated Bed - Just like all pro-level printers to ensure good bed adhesion build layers on a good foundation


  • Non open source firmware for tweaking
  • Lacks community support


  • Build Volume (mm) – φ370 X 455
  • Print Speed – 20 – 150 mm/s
  • Thickness – 0.05 – 0.3mm (5 - 300 microns)
  • Material – PLA, ABS, TPU, HIPS, Wood, PETG, PC, Copper
  • Heated Bed – 100°C
  • Filament Diameter – 1.75 mm
  • Bed Leveling – Assisted, 16 points
  • Extruder temp – 250°C
  • Weight – 42.3 lbs
  • Connectivity – SD card, USB
  • Slicing Software – Cura, Simplify3D, Repetier Host
  • File Format – STL, OBJ, DAE, AMF, G Code

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Flsun QQ-S Pro - Best For Beginner

Why buy this one? The Flsun QQ S Pro is the better upgrade from the Flsun Q5 with better noise reduction, and wifi connection to make it more suitable for workplaces. On top of that, it's a higher-performing Flsun delta FDM printer than the Q5 model.


Fast Printing - Up to 300 mm/s just like the Flsun Q5

Auto Bed Leveling - Like the Flsun Q5, saves so much user's time setting it up

Simple Assembly - Follow included instructions and set up the printer in no time

Faster Warm Up - Reaches up to 110 °C in about 5 mins and get it going with your projects

Filament Sensor - Alerts the user if the filament runs out or break, and the print will pause

Easy Part Removal - Just like the Flsun Q5 when the bed cools off


  • Can be loud


  • Build Volume (mm) – 260 X 370 X 370
  • Print Speed – 300 mm/s
  • Thickness – 0.1 – 0.3mm (100- 300 microns)
  • Material – ABS, PLA, HIPS, Flex, Wood and more
  • Heated Bed – 100°C
  • Filament Diameter – 1.75 mm
  • Bed Leveling – Auto leveling with 21 points mesh
  • Extruder temp – 270°C
  • Weight – 26.5 lbs
  • Connectivity – USB, MicroSD
  • Slicing Software – Cura, Repetier Host, Simplify3D
  • File Format – STL, OBJ, G Code

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How Does A Delta 3D Printer Work?

Delta 3D printer prints the part with 3 separate vertical rails with higher degrees of freedom when compared to CoreXY and Cartesian printers.

To learn more please check out our 3D printer position axis guide