Aurora3D DIY RepRap Prusa I3 3D Printer, 7.9″ x7.9″ x 7.1″ Build Volume, Heated Bed, Support ABS and PLA Filament, Upgrade Injection Molded, 2014 Newest Desktop Starter Bundle Kits

January 25, 2015 - Comment

Specifications: •Layer Thickness: 0.1~0.4mm (Adjustable) •Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm •Nozzle temperature: room temperature to 250° •Printing Accuracy: 0.1mm •XY axis positioning accuracy: 0.012mm •Z axis positioning accuracy: 0.004mm •Maximum Print Speed: 100mm per second •Z-axis Speed: 200mm per min •Max Print Size: 7.87 x 7.87 x 7.09 inch (200 x 200 x 180 mm) •Printer Size:

Specifications:

•Layer Thickness: 0.1~0.4mm (Adjustable)

•Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm

•Nozzle temperature: room temperature to 250°

•Printing Accuracy: 0.1mm

•XY axis positioning accuracy: 0.012mm

•Z axis positioning accuracy: 0.004mm

•Maximum Print Speed: 100mm per second

•Z-axis Speed: 200mm per min

•Max Print Size: 7.87 x 7.87 x 7.09 inch (200 x 200 x 180 mm)

•Printer Size: 16.93 x 15.94 x 14.57 inch (430 x 405 x 370 mm)

•Printing Supplies: ABS or PLA

•Printing Supplies Diameter: 1.75mm

•Maximum Heating Temperature: 250℃

•Maximum Internal Temperature Setting: 280℃

•Platform temperature: 110℃(adjustable)

•Environmental requirement: Temp: -5 – 40°c, Humidity:20-70%

•System: Windows XP, Win7 (32-bit, need driver for 64-bit), Mac

•Input File Type: STL, G-Code

•Host computer software: Repetier-Host

•Software language: English

•SD Card off-line printing: Support

•Model Support: Auto-generated Support

•Material:

– Platform: Aluminum plate + PCB

– Structure: Acrylic board

•Power supply: DC 12V

•Net Weight: 6.7 kg (14.8 lb)

•Package Weight: 11 kg (24.3 lb)

Note

•Parts and components for DIY ,need assemble by yourself !

•Upgrade installation video

Package:

•All assembly units, tools, datasheet ,Software

Product Features

  • Aurora3D Starter 3D Printer,Most Affordable 3D Printer; Well package, Fast shipping
  • This 3D printer came with heated bed, heated build platform helps prevent warping; Prints in two materials ABS and PLA, Print Size (Max): 7.87 x 7.87 x 7.09 inch
  • Metal steel material, more stable and durable; Simple structure, easy to operation; Support SD Card untethered printing during long print jobs
  • Using well-designed K type extruder, high quality stepper motor and direct drive extrusion wheel, make the control more accurate, High success rate: Over 99%; Cooling fan speeds up solidification of the extruded filament
  • “Do It Yourself” 3D printer enthusiasts ,just to gain the extra knowledge and experience, it will be an enjoyable way to enter the 3D printing world. Note:The plane can’t take lubricating oil, so we won’t send the lubricating oil, you can buy it in your local market, it’s very cheap

Comments

Taylor B. says:

better than what I thought I have had this printer for about a week now, and it works well, better than what I thought. I will say this is my first 3D printer so I am new to the printing scene, but I am mechanic and electrician, so I know a thing or two. heres a list of the pros and cons so far:PROS:Fairly cheap, although you can buy the Da vinci 3D printer for only like $50 moreThe prints are very nice quality in my opinion.The structure is very solid and surprisingly high quality, other than the nuts that were sometimes 13mm, and 14mm at other timesyou can get it looking really clean and nice if you are good at wire managementIt is a great project for people who like putting together things.The kit comes with a little bit of filament to mess around with, wire clippers, a few allens, a useless stamped steel wrench, and super cheap little one meter tape measure.CONS:The build quality is fairly nice, some pieces did not align perfectly, for example the…

Amazon Customer says:

Good build, lousy electronics/extruder/hot end The is my 2nd printer, its replacing an older PrintrBot Simple that has had too many mods and cant keep its calibration.I did a bunch of research, and settled on getting this guy as its the latest Prusa model – I3. This is it, all though it comes with a poor main board (Melzi) that can barely power the hotend. As a note, it comes with a 3mm extruder (which isnt that great) and hot end, I’ve got a bunch of rolls of 1.75mm so Im using the E3dv5 from the PrintrBot.PROS——-Packaged very well, descent documentation – a few parts are different howeverPrusa I3 design, very sturdyNice looking with the acrylic framePlenty of spare parts, everything from nuts/bolt/washers/screws/wires/etc..The build it self is very sturdy and smooth, relative to the PrintrBotNot any harder to put together than the PBot Simple kitCONS——-Mainboard: Melzi Ardentissimo , barely powers the hotend. You can set it to 220,…

Alpha says:

Excellent printer if you can survive the assembly process and software in chinese language. I got this for our children for Christmas. I had just a few days to assemble it. It was difficult however very do-able as long as you thoroughly review the instructional DVD for not just assembly videos, but the powerpoint files which show step by step assembly. I strongly urge anyone assembling this to thoroughly review all materials before beginning.The acrylic support pieces cracked when I tried to insert the nuts into the slots. Some slots had this problem some did not. Fortunately the mortise and tenon design actually allowed it to work even when cracked. I hotglued it for good measure. I am certain this is due to variations in the acrylic panel and not the nut because I tried the same nut in different slots with varying results. You should patiently file the slot bigger or the nut smaller rather than crack the panel like I did several times.Part of the instructional material shows attaching brass worm drive fittings into a plastic part. I was in despair…

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