Senhai 3D Printer DIY Kit LCD Screen Prusa I3 WP802E Black

Brand Name: Senhai Print Speed: 40-120 mm/s Model Number: SH802E Color: Black Structure Material: Full acylic and metal Printing Size: 220*220*220mm Filament Material: ABS , PLA,PA,WOOD ,PVA Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Layer thickness: 0.1-0.4mm XY axis speed: 3000mm/min Z axis Speed :200mm/min Standard extruder diameter :0.4mm Extruder temperature:170-275 Hot bed temperature :110 XY axis positioning accuracy :0.012mm Z axis positioning accuracy :0.004mm Host computer software: Repetier-Host Software Language :Chinese/English Date import format :STL,G-Code Model Supporting function:Optional Operating system:XP WIN7 MAC OS Print software :Repetier-host Woring Condition:temp:10-30°C, Humidity ?:20-50% Machine size :500*400*430mm Machine weight :8KG Packing weight: 10KG AC power supply :220V/110V 20A Plug :USA plug Packing: 1. All assembly units 2. All assembly tools 3. All assembly data-sheet (document, picture) 4. Software 5. 8G SD card Our Services: 3D printer Support: We provide good after-sell service, if any problem occured during the procession, you are free to contact us for help. We would be glad to be at your service. 3D printer Warranty: 6 months warranty for 3D printer is available. We have the special-technical support team to help you to solve the problem. Any problem, about the 3D printer machine, please contact us. we’ll work with you to get your printer back on track again.

Product Features

  • 3D Printer DIY Kit,LCD Display
  • Print size :220*220*220mm
  • Support:ABS PLA PA WOOD PVA
  • Date import formot:STL,G-Code
  • Gift :1 piece 8GB Card

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  1. Although I had a lot of fun assemblying it, when it came to actually printing it can be a pain in the ass. I know, it’s all about precission and having that 0,2 milimeters right in between the bed and the extruder and blahblahblah. It takes a lot of time to set up and I’m still troubleshooting it. I’m convincing myself that once the whole troubleshooting thing is done and I find the perfect settings I’m gonna LOVE it and I won’t stop using it, but as of now, I have a love-hate relationship with…

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