- Entry Level Printer, Easy to tune, calibrate and use, support Abs/pla/wood/flexible pla/nylonfilament filament（come with 1 free 300g spool of filament)
- Can pause and add filament when the filament run out,and will continue with projects as filament is reloaded
- Fdm technology,max print volume: 90mm*90mm*90mm,with 10-80mm/s print speech,can make your creations come to life easily and efficiently
- Freedom to use 3D printing software like Cura/Repeitor-hostfor for simple customization of 3D models
- Full 6 months manufacturer's warranty fulfilled by Borlee
Borlee Mini01 Desktop Compact 3D Printer, Entry Level Printer, Black
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Specifications for this item
|Part Number||MIni 01|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Weight||9.259 pounds|
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Specification• Print technology:FDM
• Build size:90*90*90mm
• Printing accuracy:0.1-0.4mm
• Product size:343*281*295mm
• Packing size:440mm*360mm*370mm
• Net Weight:4.2kg
• Gross weight:8.5kg
• Printable material:PLA,Plastic wood,Soft pla, Luminous pla
• Print speech:10-80mm/s
• Nozzle temperature(MAX):255
• Hot bed:No
• Nozzle diameter:0.4mm
• Filament diamenter:1.75mm
• Print file format:Input:STL/OBJ, Output:Gcode/G
• Operate system:Windows 10/7/8/XP/Vista,Linux,Mac
• Language:English / Chinese
• Input power:100-240V, 1.7A，50-60Hz
• Output power:12V --- 10A
• Power consumption:12V --- 10A
• Power consumption：90W
• Continuous wokring time：168 hours
• SD Card off-line printing：YES
•1x Mini01 3D Printer
•1x Spool Holders
•1x spools PLA filament(N.W.:300g, color randomly selected)
•1x spare yellow heat bed tape
•1x Power Supply Cable
•1x USB cable
•1x 4GB SD card(contains software, test sample files and operation manual)
•1x Card reader
•1x M3 M5 Hexagon scew
•1x 0.4mm copper nozzle
•1x Limited switch
•1x Nozzle clean stick
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Top Customer Reviews
The printer is extremely easy to set-up. It comes pre-assembled. All I had to do was take out the parts (scraper, free roll of PLA filament, tape, allen wrench, etc.) Just connect the display via two ribbon cables. Then, just put the filament inside the extruder drive mount, and voila! It’s done and ready for printing.
For best results, I swapped out the filament drive from the supplied gear to a MK7 gear. Why? The filament slips much less often and do not cause extrusion.
I was worried about the hanging extruder section; however, it is extremely stable and precise.
The bed is 90mm x 90mm x ~85mm. The bed is unheated, which means the printer cannot print ABS or higher temperature filaments. However, for my purposes the PLA is perfect.
The entire unit takes only (about) 13” x 12” x 12”. That includes the bed, and the carrying handle. Did I mention the carrying handle? Not really necessary, but a plus.
Overall a really good beginner printer. Enjoy!
This is not DIY printer so basically you don't need to set it up from parts. I've done arduino hardware DIY before so I spend like 10-15 minutes to make it work. Adjusting the height of the bed plate took most of the time. Basically you need to leave the gap just right, and for my machine I would suggest a gap that just let a paper slide through. Too big or too small will lead to printing failure. And I choose the file in the SD card as a test, the one failed at half way. I don't know why I was going out when it happened. The second one went well as expected.
Because this is a cheap entry level printer so I knew the printing quality will not be as perfect as those thousands dollar products. But I'm happy to see that the result is better than I expected. Generally speaking, the quality is totally acceptable (at least at this moment).
I bought this mainly for two reasons: 1. I just want a entry-level printer at a cheap price. 2. As I said I did some design with arduino and stuff, so I take this a reference somehow to see how things work, how mistake could happen, what to design better. I think this printer has a lot of things to study/develop for those who are interested in the are.
The package is good and solid. But the assembly of the machine is a little bit loose (which is fine in terms of functioning) This probably can be fix later. And by the way, personally, I like how the printer looks.