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The 10 best all-in-one (AIO) 3D printers in 2020

What’s an all-in-one 3D printer? Find out here which functionalities are available on all-in-one 3D printers. We also scoured the market to find the best all-in-one 3D printers available for you today.

What are the best all-in-one 3D printers in 2019?

Like a modern Swiss Army knife, all-in-one 3D printers (a.k.a. AIO 3D printers, multifunctional 3D printers, or multitool 3D printers) feature 3D scanning, laser engraving and cutting, vinyl cutting, drawing, and more. Today, AIO 3D printers can be multi-purpose fabrication tools for makers, professionals, businesses and hobbyists alike.

However, since AIO 3D printers are still relatively recent, only a few of them are available for consumers. That is why we decided to take a closer look at the multitool 3D printer market and list the best all-in-one 3D printers currently available.

We only included multifunctional 3D printers that cost less than $7,000 (though most are under $2,000) and are available for consumers, as there are many industrial all-in-one 3D printers that can cost several hundred thousands of dollars.

If you’re looking for something cheaper, check out the best FFF 3D printers under $300 or our list of budget resin 3D printers.


The 10 best all-in-one 3D printers in 2020

3D printerCNC millingLaser engraving/cuttingPaste extrusion3D scanningCountryPrice*Buy
ZMorph VX-Poland$2,799Buy
Dobot MOOZ--China$799Buy
XYZPrinting da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3 in 1--China$799Buy
FLUX Delta+--Taiwan$1,199Buy
Febtop Tech Optimus C1--Sweden$2,499-
BoXZY Complete--United States$4,989Buy
Winbo Super Helper SH155L---China$240Buy
5AXISWORKS 5AXISMAKER---United Kingdom$6,500-
The above table represents our selection of the 10 best all-in-one 3D printers available on the market this year. They are ranked according to the number of functionalities they offer and by price.

*Price: prices are subject to change over time and may vary from one country to another (taxes, shipping fees, etc.).
Methodology/disclaimer: we have not tested all of the AIO 3D printers in this list. Our selection is based on overall feedback from specialized, trusted sources as well as crowdsourced user reviews. Read more about how we work.

All-in-one 3D printer functionalities

A range of functionalities can be included in all-in-one 3D printers: CNC milling, laser cutting and engraving, paste extrusion, and more.

Main functionalities for AIO 3D printers

CNC milling

Computer numerical control (CNC) milling is the removal of material through a specific process that uses rotary cutters, performed by computer-controlled machines that are also known as machining centers or stations. CNC milling, a process similar to drilling and/or cutting, is considered subtractive manufacturing (which is the opposite of the 3D printing additive manufacturing method).

Paste extrusion (syringe extruder)

Paste extrusion is the process of simply pushing any paste-type filament such as PVC foil, EVA foam, machining wax and even chocolate (food 3D printing!) through a specialized tube and nozzle.

Laser cutting and laser engraving

Laser cutting, a technology usually used in industrial manufacturing applications, is the process of using a laser to cut materials. Laser cutting technology is quite simple; a computer-controlled machine directs either the laser beam or the material that needs to be cut. Laser cutting, as a feature in AIO 3D printers, is usually capable of cutting different kinds of plastics as well as soft metals.

Laser engraving is the process of using laser technology to engrave an object. When it comes to all in one 3D printers, the materials that can be laser engraved are usually plastics, wood and soft metals such as aluminum.

Most of the time laser engraving and laser cutting are considered as one functionality, because the laser toolhead is often the same one used for both tasks.

Other functionalities

Some of the all-in-one 3D printers included in this article feature other functionalities besides the ones mentioned above. Some of these functionalities include:

  • Drawing: a writing instrument such as a pen or marker can be attached to a 3D printer’s toolhead in order to create automated (or CNC) drawings.
  • Hot-wire cutting: the 3D printer is equipped with a wire made of stainless steel, ideal for cutting foam and similar materials.
  • Vinyl cutting: a technique where a drag knife, also known as a “craft cutter”, is used to cut out shapes or letters from thin, adhesive plastic (ie. for stickers) through adjustable-depth cutting.

ZMorph VX multi-toolhead product presentation.
Source: ZMorph



Multifunctional 3D printers overview

We separated the multifunctional 3D printers into 3 categories, based on the number of functionalities that they feature (including 3D printing). Within these categories, the printers are ranked by price, from lowest to highest.

Best 4-in-1 3D printers


Best all in one 3D printer ZMorph VX

ZMorph VX

  • Main functionalities: CNC milling, laser cutting/engraving, paste extrusion
  • Build size (3D printing): 250 x 235 x 165 mm
  • Country: Poland
  • Price: $2,799

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The ZMorph VX is a powerful all-in-one desktop 3D printer made by ZMorph, a manufacturer based in Poland. Thanks to its interchangeable tool heads, the ZMorph VX enables users to rapidly switch between functionalities: CNC milling, laser engraving/cutting, 3D scanning, and paste extrusion.

The VX comes with Voxelizer software (Voxelizer 2). This software allows users to slice models for 3D printing but also to access the printer’s CNC mill and laser engraving/cutting capacities.

ZMorph’s multitool 3D printer VX is ideal for professionals and enthusiasts in the woodworking business since its CNC mill is capable of cutting several materials such as plywood, beech, oak, maple, walnut, pine, chestnut, machining wax, PCB, plexiglass and PVC foam.

More information: ZMorph VX

Best 3-in-1 3D printers

Dobot MOOZ best three in one 3D printer

Dobot MOOZ

  • Main functionalities: CNC milling, laser cutting/engraving
  • Build size (3D printing): 125 x 125 x 125 mm
  • Country: China
  • Price: $799

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The MOOZ is a modular metallic 3D printer that can carve materials with its CNC mill and engrave objects with its laser head. This multi-tool 3D printer is available as a single-axis 3D printer, two-axis 3D printer, and as a delta 3D printer.

The delta version (a.k.a. MOOZ-3 or MOOZ-Full) comes with a protective enclosure and with safety goggles for use with the laser head.

More information: Dobot MOOZ

Best three in one 3D printer Snapmaker

Snapmaker 3D printer

  • Main functionalities: CNC milling, laser cutting/engraving
  • Build size (3D printing): 125 x 125 x 125 mm
  • Country: China
  • Price: $799

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The Snapmaker 3D printer is an affordable all-in-one 3D printer that started as a Kickstarter project and managed to gather the considerable amount of $2,227,182 from 5,050 backers.

The Snapmaker features a heated bed capable of reaching up to 80°C, and a CNC milling work area of 90 x 90 x 50 mm. Snapmaker has launched a second version of this 3D printer on Kickstarter.

More information: Snapmaker

XYZprinting all in one 3D printer Da Vinci Pro 3 in one

XYZPrinting Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1

  • Main functionalities: 3D scanning, laser engraving/cutting
  • Build size (3D printing): 250 x 235 x 165 mm
  • Country: Taiwan
  • Price: $799

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The Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1 is an updated version of the Da Vinci 1.0 AIO made by XYZPrinting, one of the world’s leading 3D printer manufacturers.

This multifunctional machine performs 3D scans with two lasers, and the process usually takes less than 5 minutes depending on the object’s size. The laser engraver’s work area is approximately 200 x 200 x 200 mm, and can be used on several different materials including plastics, paper, and wood.

More information: XYZPrinting Da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3-in-1

Flux Delta Plus all in one 3D printer laser engraver

FLUX Delta+

  • Main functionalities: 3D scanning (experimental), laser engraving/cutting
  • Build size (3D printing): 168 x 168 x 208 mm
  • Country: Taiwan
  • Price: $1,199

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The Delta+ is an all-in-one delta 3D printer made by FLUX, a manufacturer based in Taiwan. Besides its laser engraving and cutting functionalities, the Delta+ features an experimental 3D scanner for 3D capturing small objects.

The FLUX Delta+ multitool 3D printer is also capable of drawing thanks to its “holder” toolhead.

More information: FLUX Delta+

Best DIY all in one 3D printer Stepcraft-2/840


  • Main functionalities: 3D scanning, CNC milling, laser engraving
  • Build size (3D printing): 600 x 840 x 140 mm
  • Country: Germany
  • Price: $1,699
The Stepcraft-2/840 is a professional AIO 3D printer made by the German manufacturer Stepcraft. In addition to its many functionalities, the Stepcraft-2/D.840 can be equipped with a hot wire cutter, a drag knife and a mini engraving point for faster but less detailed engraving than with the laser.

The original Stepcraft-2 was introduced as a Kickstarter project in 2015 and managed to gather over $500,000 by 211 backers.

More information: Stepcraft-2/840


Febtop Tech Optimus 3-in-1 C1

  • Main functionalities: CNC milling, laser cutting/engraving
  • Build size (3D printing): 240 x 240 x 300 mm
  • Country: Sweden
  • Price: $2,499
The Optimus C1 is a three-in-one delta 3D printer made by the Swedish manufacturer Febtop Tech. The original Optimus 3-in-1 3D printer was an Indiegogo project that managed to gather over $360,000, well over its $50,000 goal.

This version, the C1, offers a large 3D printing build volume of 300 x 300 x 300 mm. Its closed frame boasts an air filter and a color touchscreen for an enhanced user experience.

More information: Febtop Tech Optimus C1

BoXZY CNC 3D printer all in one CNC mill

BoXZY Complete

  • Main functionalities: CNC milling, laser engraving/cutting
  • Build size (3D printing): 165 x 165 x 165 mm
  • Country: United States
  • Price: $4,989


The BoXZY Complete is a desktop multitool 3D printer made by the US manufacturer, BoXZY. This 3-in-1 3D printer was first introduced as a Kickstarter project in 2015 and managed to collect over $1,000,000 from 630 backers.

The BoXZY CNC 3D printer features a milling area of 203 x 283 x 260 mm and a 3D printing build area of 165 x 165 x 165 mm.

More information: BoXZY Complete

Best 2-in-1 3D printers

5AXISWORKS 5AXISMAKER 2-in-1 3D printer CNC mill


  • Main functionalities: CNC milling
  • Build size (3D printing): 400 x 400 x 400 mm
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Price: £5,000
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The 5AXISMAKER is a professional 3D printer CNC mill combo made by 5AXISWORKS, a manufacturer based in the United Kingdom. This 2-in-1 3D printer is also available in a bigger version with a 3D printing build size of 600 x 600 x 600 mm.

Besides CNC milling, the company is working on providing a 3D scanning touch probe extension.

More information: 5AXISWORKS 5AXISMAKER

Two in one 3D printer CNC mill combo

Winbo Super Helper SH155L

  • Main functionalities: Laser engraving/cutting
  • Build size (3D printing): 155 x 155 x 205 mm
  • Country: China
  • Price: $240

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The Super Helper SH155L is an all-in-one desktop 3D printer made by Winbo, a manufacturer based in China. This 3D printer features laser engraving and laser cutting capabilities. The Super Helper SH155L, along with a dozen 1 kg spools of filament and 6 boards for laser cutting and engraving, is available at the affordable price of $539.

More information: Winbo Super Helper SH155L



Special mentions

Aether 1 all-in-one bioprinter

Aether 1, the futuristic all-in-one 3D bioprinter

  • Main functionalities: bioprinting, CNC milling, laser engraving, paste extrusion
  • Build size (3D printing): 315 x 229 x 132 mm
  • Country: United States
  • Price: $9,000
Developed by Aether, a manufacturer based in San Francisco, the Aether 1 is capable of 3D printing 24 different materials and can mix multiple fabrication methods into a single 3D print. The Aether 1 features a microscope to verify 3D bioprint quality, as well as automatic calibration and automatic nozzle cleaning stations.

We didn’t include this AIO 3D printer in the main list as it is mostly oriented towards universities and researchers.

More information: Aether 1

Discontinued multitool 3D printers

Various all-in-one 3D printer manufacturers have closed down or stopped manufacturing their products. Other were Kickstarter projects that didn’t make it on the market. We listed them here (below) for users that may be wondering why a certain printer or brand isn’t in our main list.

AIO Robotics Zeus 3D printer and scanner combo

Zeus, a 3D printer and 3D scanner combo made by the US manufacturer AIO Robotics, was one of the most popular AIO 3D printers on the market. However, AIO Robotics no longer manufactures any 3D printers.

ATOM Atom 2.5 EX 3D Printer Kit

The Atom 2.5 EX was a professional delta 3D printer with a laser engraver. ATOM had announced an Atom 3 in 2018, but it isn’t possible to purchase 3D printers on their website anymore.

FABtotum Core PRO

The FABtotum Core PRO was capable of CNC milling, laser cutting cardboard and paper and laser engraving. This 3D printer is no longer available, as the brand is in liquidation.

MAG iCreatum

This multifunctional 3D printer was supposed to feature 3D printing, ink plotting, and other functionalities for only $300. Kickstarter suspended their campaign in 2017 as the project violated their rules.

MakerArm, the ultimate 4-in-1 3D printer for fablabs?

The MakerArm started as a Kickstarter project and managed to gather over $430,000 from 340 backers in November 2015. After unexpected rises in component costs, the MakerArm team decided to refund their backers. It’s unclear if a new product will still emerge in the future.

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About this author

Ludivine Cherdo

Ludivine is in charge of Aniwaa's content strategy and works towards providing useful, informative content, including detailed guides based on her deep knowledge of the additive manufacturing scene. She also reviews 3D printers and stays on top of the latest industry news and trends. After growing up in the US and living in Spain, Chile, and Cambodia, Ludivine is now based in France.