HICTOP Auto Leveling 3D Printer with Filament Monitor Unassembled Desktop Prusa I3 3D Printing | Print Capacity of 10.6″ x 8.3″ x 7.2″ (Filament Not Included)

HICTOP Filament Monitor Design Auto Leveling Desktop 3D Printer DIY Kit

Please Note: The package only include all the parts for the 3D printer, not the assembled machine.

Product Specifications

Brand: HICTOP
Model :3DP-17
Type :Desktop 3D Printer
Technology: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Printing Specification
Extruder quantity: 1
Printing size: 10.6″ x 7.9″ x 7.7″
Layer thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
Printing speed: 30-90mm/s
Standard extruder diameter: 0.4mm
Extruder temperature: 210
Hot bed temperature: 70

XY axis positioning accuracy: 0.011mm
Z axis positioning accuracy: 0.004mm
Printing material support: PLA,ABS,HIPS,Wood,Flexible
Printing material diameter: 1.75mm
Recommended material: PLA
Working condition Temp: 10-30℃, Humidity:20-50%

Hardware
Polished rod: 304 steels
Structure: Aluminum Frame
LCD screen: Yes
SD-card: Support
Hot bed material: Aluminum (Glass or PCB board above the bed can’t be detected)
Power Supply: DC 24V/15A
Control board chip: atmega2560, integrated board of ramps1.4
Software
Firmware: Marlin
Software language: English/ Chinese
Date import format: STL, G-Code, OBJ
Operating system: XP,WIN7,MacOS,WIN10
Printing software: Cura/Repetier-Host

Physical Dimensions
Device dimension: 18.1″ x 22.8″ x 17.7″
Device weight: 7.1kg
Packing dimension: 23.7″ x 18.5″ x 6.7″
Packing weight: 20.5 Pounds

Product Features

  • FILAMENT MONITOR: Our state-of-the-art filament printer is equipped with an alarm that immediately halts printing when the filament is in need of replenishment. It then instantly resumes printing as soon as the filament is refilled, saving you time & money!
  • AUTOMATICALLY LEVELS: No need for manual adjustments. The 3D desktop printer is also engineered to automatically level by precisely measuring & adjusting the distance between the print nozzle & the hotbed.
  • USER-FRIENDLY BOARD: Featuring ATmega2560 with integrated RAMPS 1.4. It also supports a dual extruder&2 in 1 extruder, which means you won’t have to invest in another board when wanting to upgrade.
  • ENHANCED COMPONENTS: The HICTOP filament printer is designed using the T screw rods, injection X axis holders and an updated 24V/15A power supply. The wiring of the control board is already assembled for convenience.
  • FRIENDLY TECH SUPPORT: Since we understand you may have questions when setting up your filament printer, HICTOP offers professional and proficient customer assistance.

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  1. Potentially a very good printer, but it has a lot of flaws. I should preface this by saying Hictop has been working hard to get this printer working up to it potential. I’ve found numerous problems and contacted them, and they’ve been trying their best to fix them. One good thing about their company is that they really do seem to be excited both about 3d printer technology and about customer service.When you build this printer, you need to take your time and fully learn about how everything works. This is not a printer for people who just…

  2. I couldn’t be happier! An awesome first printer experience. After some of the reviews, I was hesitant but I decided to go for it and order it anyhow. Mainly because the one that I had my eyes set on was not available and the seller of the other printer wouldn’t respond to emails asking for estimated stocking date. Anyhow, I researched this guy and people said it had sub par performance but so many people had it (and there are so many upgrades you can find online) that I decided I had to go for it. I am so…

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