Panowin F1 3-Axis Self-Assembled 3D Printer Kit

Our 3D printer provides several additional extension components as an option to increase the convenience and fun for the users.
The extruder can be easily replaced by a 500mW laser head so your 3D printer can be transformed into a laser cutter immediately.
The normal plastic printing bed can be easily replaced by the heated bed. The heated bed can makes your printing project stick on the bed more stable and avoid the shape changing during the printing.
The LCD touch screen controller can display the storage file, real-time working temperature and working speed. Very convenient for the user to handle the printer.
The high quality power supply can work under 100-240V AC, no matter in your garage or the standard factory warehouse. And all the basic tools for the assembling is included.


  • Motion system: High quality ball screw driver with step motor
  • Structure: High quality gantry
  • Fixing structure: Steel screw fixing
  • Equipment format: Self-assembled module
  • Printing resolution: <0.1mm
  • Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
  • Filament type: PLA
  • Filament diameter: 1.75mm
  • Min printing thickness: 0.05mm
  • Max printing speed: 120mm/s
  • Max printing size: 120*125*125(mm)
  • Software: Pango
  • Coding format: p-code
  • Power requirement: 100-240V 50/60Hz
  • Communication: SD storage card/USB
  • Operation system: Windows 7 or higher/Mac OS
  • Package measurement: 410*385*210(mm)
  • Net weight: 9.8(kg)


    Product Features

    • Designed by experienced structural engineers.
    • Comes complete with a simple manual and tool kit. Assemble your 3D printer all by yourself with only 10 steps.
    • The high efficient heating module can heat the nozzle from 0 to 200 centigrade within 2 minutes
    • The Pango software is developed and updated by the most experienced software engineers, with a simple and friendly user interface.
    • 1 Roll of Filament included (300g)

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  • Elegoo 5 sets 28BYJ-48 ULN2003 5V Stepper Motor + ULN2003 Driver Board for Arduino

    Elegoo Inc. is a professional manufacturer and exporter that is concerned with the design, development production and marketing of arduino, 3d printers, raspberry pi and STM32.
    Our Dream is to make the best price and best quality produce for customers.
    So we would like to receive your valuable suggestions for our products and we can improve them for you.

    – A, B, C, D four-phase LED indicates the status of the stepper motor work.
    – Stepper motor with a standard interface, when used directly pluggable.
    – 5 line 4 phase can be used for ordinary ULN2003 chip driver, connect to the 2 phase , support the development board,With convenient use, direct docking
    – Rated Voltage: DC5V 4-phase
    – Insulation Resistance: >10MΩ (500V)
    – Dielectric Strength: 600V AC / 1mA / 1s
    – Step angle: 5.625 x 1/64
    – DC Resistance: 200Ω±7% (25C)
    – Reduction ratio: 1/64
    – Insulation Grade: A
    – No-load Pull in Frequency: >600Hz
    – No-load Pull out Frequency: >1000Hz
    – Pull in Torque: >34.3mN.m(120Hz)
    – Detent Torque: >34.3mN.m
    – Temperature Rise: 《40K(120Hz)

    Package including:
    5 set Uln2003 Stepper Motor + Driver Board
    10pcs female to male cable ( as a gift)

    Product Features

    • Stepper motor with a standard interface, when used directly pluggable.
    • A, B, C, D four-phase LED indicates the status of the stepper motor work.
    • 5 line 4 phase can be used for ordinary ULN2003 chip driver, connect to the 2 phase , support the development board,With convenient use, direct docking
    • Drive Module Board Size(in): 1.37*1.18*0.6 ; Stepper Motor diameter: 1.06(in) ; Stepper Motor lines: 9.45(in)
    • Great packing in a box : 5 set Uln2003 Stepper Motor + Driver Board (with a little gift)

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    3D Printer Engraving Expansion Board Kit Controller CNC Shield V4+Nano 3.0 Board+A4988 Driver with USB Cable for Arduino

    Why this kit?

    CNC Shield V4+Nano 3.0 Board+A4988 Driver as a driver expansion board, can be used for engraving machines, 3D printer, and It is a total of three slots, can drive three A4988 stepper motor.


    V4 Board Size: 7.2 x 5.9cm / 2.83 x 2.32″

    Improved Nano Board Size: 4.3 x 1.8cm / 1.69 x 0.7″

    Driver Size: 2 x 1.5cm / 0.78 x 0.59″

    Heat Sink Size: 0.8 x 0.8cm / 0.31 x 0.31″


    1 x CNC Shield V4.0

    1 x Nano 3.0 Board

    3 x A4988 Drivers

    1 x USB Cable

    3 x Heat Sinks



     WE DO NOT PROVIDE ANY TECHNICAL HELP. Thank you for your understanding.

    Product Features

    • – It is a flexible set, with 3 axis stepper motor driver, compatible with Arduino and most shields designed for the Arduino micro-drive laser engraving machine, three-axis CNC engraving machine
    • – Power DC5V interface and 7.5-12V voltage input, compatible with GRBL for easy service, part replacement, upgrade-ability and expansion
    • – Easy to operate: 2A can be controlled within the two-phase four-wire stepper motor, simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with an AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started
    • – Released the digital IO interface and the I2C interface, easy to connect to other modules, such as ENDSTOP, LCD I2C or other I2C module
    • – Simple step and direction control interface, taking anti-static measures before you use the A4988 modules in case of short-circuit

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    iXCC ABS 3D Printer Filament 1.75mm Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm) – 1kg Spool (Approximately 2.2 lbs) [White]

    Manufacture Limited Warranty

    This iXCC product is offered with limited manufacture warranty.

    The limited warranty period for the Product extends for 2-Year from the date of purchase.

    Product Features

    • Made of ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) material, a plastic that is petroleum based. No kinks or breaks
    • Specifically designed for most 3D Printer and 3D Pen in the market, such as MakerBot, Reprap, Afinia, UP, Mendel, flashforge, Solidoodle 2, Printrbot LC, MakerGear M2 and etc
    • Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant. Recommended Printing Temperature 210°C – 250°C (410°F – 482°F )
    • 8 Rich Colorful Filaments for Men and Women to Choose: Black, White, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Purple
    • 2-year warranty ensures long-lasting enjoyment of your purchase. Please contact seller for detail

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    Australian Scientists Are Behind The World's First 3D Printed Shin Bone Implant

    Image: iStock

    Queensland University of Technology research and technology is behind the first ever 3D-printed shin bone implant.

    The procedure was performed on a Gold Coast man who lost bone lost through an infection.

    QUT’s Distinguished Professor Dietmar W Hutmacher is director of the ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing that is at the frontier of 3D printing in medicine.

    “Additive Biomanufacturing is an emerging sector within Advanced Manufacturing and the technology allows us to 3D print scaffolds, customised to the patient, which are then slowly resorbed by the body and guide the new bone formation,” Professor Hutmacher said.

    QUT’s research team, including Dr Marie-Luise Wille, Dr Nathan Castro and PhD student Sebastien Eggert, worked closely with Dr Michael Wagels, the Princess Alexandra plastic surgeon who performed the surgery.

    The team firstly developed a computer model, 3D printed a series of physical models of the large bone defect from CT scans of the patient’s tibia bone, and then designed a patient-specific implant – in the form of a highly porous scaffold which will guide the regeneration of the new bone.

    The QUT team used a 3D printer from the Queensland-based company 3D Industries to print the models. The final scaffold design was sent to Osteopore International, who have been making biodegradable scaffolds for ten years now.

    And this is just the beginning for QUT’s 3D printing endeavors.

    Professor Hutmacher and Dr Wagels have started an innovative PhD training program which is partially funded by the PA Research Foundation in which young surgeons are trained and perform cutting-edge research in 3D printing in medicine to meet Australia’s need to build capacity in key areas of economic importance.

    “Next to the ambition to deliver outstanding fundamental science and engineering, from a business and human capital perspective, my vision for the ARC ITCC in Additive Biomanufacturing is to deliver an exceptionally talented group of entrepreneurs who will start high-impact companies,” he said.

    “They will have their roots in globally competitive fundamental and applied STEM research as well as in manufacturing innovation and new medical devices.”