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Anycubic Prusa i3 Desktop 3D Printer Assemble Kit with Filament – Bonus Price

Anycubic Prusa i3 Desktop 3D Printer Assemble Kit with Filament
Features:

1. Anycubic Prusa i3 3D Printers have been certified by CE.

2. We have professional after-sale service, so any questions please feel free to contact us, including assembling, debugging, testing the printer or some DIY works etc

3. Quality Guarantee: For 3 months after the date of purchase, we take care of all parts of quality-related issues with a replacement

4. For the manual and firmware, you can download them here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8VIB533cgdMNGZfbm5FX2ZqTUE

Specification:

Structure: Acrylic ( 8mm-thick, other’s are 6mm)

Molding Technique: Fused Deposition Modeling ( FDM)

Layer Thickness: 0.1~0.3 mm

Positioning Accuracy: 0.012 mm ( X/Y axis), 0.02 mm ( Z axis)

Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm

Extruder: MK8 single extruder

Printing material support: ABS/PLA/Wood/HIPS/Flexible

Recommended Filament: PLA ( 1.75 mm in diameter)

Recommended Nozzle Temperature: 180°C-200°C( Max temp. 260°C)

Recommended Printing Speed: 50mm/s

Mainboard: All-in-one Anycubic mainboard equipped with 5pcs A4988 motor drives.

Print Size:200mm*200mm*160mm

Printing File Format: STL, G-Code

Operating System Compatibility: Windows, Mac, Linux

Software Compatibility: Cura, Makerbot, Slic3r, Simplify 3D

Working voltage: Input 110-240V , Output 12V

Connection: SB© USB, SD card(Off-line printing is supported )

Package List:

1* Unassembled Prusa i3

1* SD card

1* Spool PLA 1.75mm filament( random color)

1* Anycubic 3d printer filament holder

1* English manual

1* Pack of tools

  • All-in-one Anycubic mainboard developed by Anycubic R&D team, with stable performance, better functionality & compatibility. Fool-proofing plug design. Compatible with the firmware of 2560+Ramps. Each motor has an individual drive instead of sharing drive on Melzi mainboard.
  • We use MK8 extruder equipped with 42mm large torque stepper motor, heat insulation cotton and turbo cooling fan to ensure smooth feeding and extruding with optimized outcomes
  • Applying box bearings on X/Y axis instead of linear bearings, increased the printing stability substantially
  • X/Y axis will return to ZERO when pausing for filament change, which is able to avoid damaging the printing model effectively
  • Able to resume work from intentional power-off,which is different from others

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3 Responses to Anycubic Prusa i3 Desktop 3D Printer Assemble Kit with Filament – Bonus Price

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    5 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Anycubic i3 Mega 3D Printer Intelligent Leveling with 3.5 inch Touch Screen and Large Print Size

    I was unsure about buying a DIY kit printer at first, especially with the lack of reviews on most of the products, but decided to take a leap of faith as I enjoy the challenge of building things. And that leap of faith has paid off. This printer is excellent. So I am writing a detailed review in order to help others decide.

    Building the Printer: Printer arrived well packaged, the outer box had a dent in, but the large amount of padding meant that all parts were fine. Putting the printer together is not a fast task by any means and can be fiddly, but this was expected as It is a build your own kit. It comes with printed instruction, some parts are a little less clear than others mainly due to translation of the instructions but if you take a little time to interpret it, it becomes clear. I had a few issues with the circuit boards not driving the stepper motors but down to a very quick and helpful response from the customer service team I was able to resolve my issue and get back on track. Now built the printer feels very sturdy and secure.

    Setting up: I was impressed with the amount of set-up that was already done. The printer firmware is already built into the motherboard and calibrated well, only minor adjustments needed as I wanted it perfect (some 3D printers do not come with any firmware installed and require a lot of work to write, calibrate and upload). The printer drivers installed on windows 7 automatically and the software can be installed straight of the supplied SD card. Levelling the printer bed is easy with the thumb screws and after a few times I can do it quickly when needed.

    The Printer: The printer is very good quality for what you pay. It out-performed any of my expectations from the word go. I first printed a few test cubes to check it was working and it seemed to be running well. My girlfriend nagged me to print her a pokemon and on only my 3rd attempt I had printed a great quality little figure. Since then i have spent time tuning and adjusting settings to get the best from the printer and I have been getting very good results. The results I get seem to be better than a large amount of results I have seen online and from other people I know with a printer.

    Overall: The printer was challenging but fun to assemble and set up. The results I am getting are above and beyond anything that I was expecting from the price paid. When I had issues, the customer service were friendly, quick to reply and very good at resolving my problems which is a massive bonus when you buy a product like this. I am a very happy customer.

    Tips: I recommend emailing the customer service team for a digital copy of the instructions, as the pictures on the printed black and white copy are hard to see. Double check the panels are on the correct side, it isn’t made clear in the manual but a lot of parts can be put in backwards. I also recommend looking up how to set up ‘stepper motor drivers’ on YouTube before you put them in the motherboard (I blew two as I shorted them with a screw driver and had to replace them. only £8 for a complete set but if you can avoid it then do) Also make sure you measure them with a multi meter as setting the drivers by eye did not work for me. If you want to update the firmware to calibrate any of the functions then you need to select “Arduino Mega 2560” as your board.

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    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Anycubic i3 Mega 3D Printer Intelligent Leveling with 3.5 inch Touch Screen and Large Print Size

    PROS:

    A solid I3 clone with little to no issues building the thing

    Control board used is great straight out of the box

    The seller is friendly and helpful

    The price remains competitive when compared to other kits from China (Anet A8) when you consider you can have this next day, and without risk of import duty, and most A8 upgrades will work on this Anycubic.

    The quality of my prints seems high despite not upgrading much from stock (just a glass bed)

    CONS:
    No video guide on memory card as seen with other clones – rely on a black and white instruction manual or ask the seller for the digital copy.

    No spare screws, nuts, or washers – I ran out of M3 screws before the end of the build – I bought some more to complete.

    Needs a glass bed for quality prints; I couldn’t print a thing till I’d added a glass bed.

    Not nearly enough washers supplied with the kit – order yourself some M3 washers before you start your build.

    CONCLUSION:
    5*s would have been given if I’d had a few spares nuts, bolts, and washers, and if the kit came with a glass bed.

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    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Anycubic i3 Mega 3D Printer Intelligent Leveling with 3.5 inch Touch Screen and Large Print Size

    I am new to 3d printing so took a bit of a flyer having read the limited reviews for this printer so it seemed very mouth positive overall.

    First up, fast delivery great packaging, no missing bits and the instructions are pretty good, but the images are not great in black and white.

    Let’s talk about the build, again, totally new to 3d printing but I was able to put the whole thing together in around 8 hours, and as long as you take it slowly it’s achieveble with no great dramas. To reiterate another review, use washers everywhere, really did make a huge difference to the rigidity of the printer!

    Having set everything up I stupidly just assumed I could click a button and away we go but the manual levelling is a real pain and I couldn’t for the life of me get anything to print. After a while I realised it was because the heatbed that came in the kit was warped, so was higher in the center than where you set the level at each corner! Looking through some forums many suggest using glass instead of aluminium so I spent £12 on Amazon for a 200×200 glass top to replace the kit version, almost instantly I was able to get a consistent level.

    Having downloaded the suggested cura slicing app I started playing with settings but in all honesty the best I have found is to simply use the default for the prusa i3 mk 2 and just adjust the printer dimensions.

    I’ve enclosed some photos of tests I have done thus far and I’m just started to print off the parts to build the open RC F1 radio controlled car.

    Really happy, and for the price I am amazed at the quality of the prints you can get with a bit of patience!

    Only con was the heatbed, otherwise really impressed.

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