TwoUp 3D Printer Kit 7″ x 7″ x 5″ Build Dimensions 50 Micron 1.75mm PLA Filament

January 28, 2015 - Comment

The TwoUp is the larger version of the OneUp, the lowest priced 3D printer on the planet. The TwoUp adds 75mm on both the X and Y axis in build area; the Z-axis stays the same at 125mm. At $279 for a self assembled kit, that includes everything you need, the TwoUp is the easy

The TwoUp is the larger version of the OneUp, the lowest priced 3D printer on the planet. The TwoUp adds 75mm on both the X and Y axis in build area; the Z-axis stays the same at 125mm. At $279 for a self assembled kit, that includes everything you need, the TwoUp is the easy choice to ‘get your feet wet’ and you want the ability to make large objects. All corners of the internet recommend a self built printer as your first printer so you learn the ins and outs, the ups and downs of 3D printing before making a big purchase. Professional quality prints are a reality, equivalent to much more expensive machines at competitive speeds with the ability to expand the build area at a later date for only $79. Each kit includes a very reliable and forgiving extruder, that makes it easy to get great quality prints with minimal effort. The TwoUp is optimized for PLA printing but with the optional heated bed upgrade, ABS and Nylon printing are a breeze! This is a Do-It-Yourself, Self-Assembly kit that generally takes 2-8 hours to assemble based on end user skill level. The only difference between the OneUp, TwoUp and ThreeUp is the build area, every other spec is the same.

Product Features

  • Lowest Price of any 3D Printer
  • 50 Micron Layers (Smaller is Better) Print Quality Rivaling Printers 10 Times the Price
  • 60mm/s Print Speed Ensures Rapid Prints
  • Easy to Assemble DIY Kit (2-8 Hours Recommended)
  • No Soldering Required!

Comments

Sum1 says:

Good printer, but know what you are getting into. First off let me say this is not a plug and go printer. You’re not going to unpack it and start printing. This is a kit, and it will take some time to put together. You will also spend a good deal of time dialing in settings and getting frustrated. At the end of it all, you will also have a great working knowledge of how these things work. I knew that going in, so I was fine with that. If that’s not something you are ok with, then this may not be the kit for you.If you’re still reading, this is my experience so far.Packing/Shipping: Nothing bad to say. It shipped a day ahead of time and arrived two days later in good condition. Some believe this belongs on the supplier page, but since this product is only offered by one supplier, and they handle the shipping, I think it is appropriate here.Assembly:It was easy enough. Just go step by step, and take your time. Keep in mind that you are screwing into MDF. Bolts should be snug, but not torqued…

Mary D. Ferguson says:

Works as promised ! 0

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