- EASY ASSEMBLY: Most 3d printer parts are pre-assembled well before shipping, it will need about 1 hour to build it up.
- PRINTING SIZE: Prints max size of 150X150X200mm/5.9x5.9x7.8 inches. Very cute for children use
- EASY WIRING: Wires are already connected to the control board & cables are also attached, easy for wiring.
- SUPPORT FOR ALL FILAMENT TYPES: It is not only support PLA, but also support ABS, wood, TPU etc. There is a bottle of glue comes with the 3d printer, it is good for ABS filament stick to the hot bed.
- VALID CUSTOMER SERVICE: Hictop offers life time after sales service, You could contact us at any time for any help.
HICTOP Ender 3D Printer DIY Kit with Heated Build Plate, Includes Micro SD card Printing size 5.9x5.9x7.8 inches
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This 3D Printer comes with pre-assembled parts, all and spare parts will be included, it will take about 1 hour to put all parts together well. The assembly video insctruction is included in the SD card.
The printer comes with the heated bed, it supports PLA/ABS/Soft rubber/wood etc.
Each printer will print more than 12 hours before shipment, we will make sure every printer works great. Then they will be disassembled and packed well.
3D Printer for Adult and Children
This printer is light with middle printing size 5.9x5.9x7.8 inches., it only has 9.2 lb. If you are new to 3d printing, then this is the one you deserve to have. Low price, easy to assemble and small body are suitable for your children. It will take your children to a wonderful 3d printing world.
Net weight: 4.2KG Loading weight: 5.5kg
Printing size: 150×150×200mm Machine size: 300*330*540mm
Packing size: 445*400*115mm Filament: PLA/ABS/Soft rubber/wood etc.
Filament diameter: 1.75mm Nozzle diameter: default 0.4mm, support 0.3 / 0.2mm
Speed: 100mm/s Accuracy: ±0.1mm
Working mode: Online or SD offline Printing thickness: 0.1-0.4 adjustable
Voltage: 12V Rated power: 120W
Actual power: 100W Power requirement: 110-240V input: 12V output
File Format: STL,OBJ, JPG, PNG, Gcode Operating page: English
Drawing interface: English Software: Cura,Repetier-Host,simplify3D
Operating system: WIN, XP, MAC, Linux, Vista
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There isn't much information on this printer online, so I'll help anyone who reads this out by telling you the proper Cura settings to use. I'm using the latest version (which is much newer and better than the one that the printer comes with). Anyways, I have the settings for the printer set to 0.3mm for the layer height, 210 C for the nozzle temp, and 50 C for the bed temp. Everything else is set to default. These settings are for PLA filament by the way.
I hope this helps!
- the size is just right for a small apartment/college dorm
- Prusa style is a proven design
- The aluminum extrusion rails allow smooth printing and greater accuracy
- Very easy to set-up
- Very quiet when printing
- Nothing sticks to the bed. I tried replacing the bed surface with buildtak which I use on my other printers. I have to use a glue stick which my other printers don't need. I have to add a raft to every model so I can use masking tape to tape the print to the bed while it is printing. Otherwise at some point the print unstick from the bed. This may sound horrible but the print quality makes up for this in my opinion.
- Leveling the bed is a challenge. The bolts like to turn with the knobs so I use a pair of small pliers to hold them in place while I adjust the knobs. It takes a while but once it is level you will only need to make minor adjustments every once in a while.
- Limited in what you can modify. I like to add mods and replace hotends but you can't really do that with this printer.
- The version of Cura it comes with is old. Just download the new version and your prints will come out flawlessly
1. One of the bed leveling screws was misthreaded, so we could not tighten down that screw, making it impossible to level the bed normally. To test the printing, we developed a procedure of moving the Z-axis switch iteratively with the other two screws, but leveling the bed took > 2 hours and could not be done accurately. But we were able to do a test print.
2. The test print showed very fine lines and good control- HOWEVER, the holes in the baseplate that hold the Z-axis rail were drilled incorrectly, causing the X-axis rail to be misaligned with the bed (and thus the Y-axis) by probably 10 degrees. This resulted in non-square prints. No amount of adjustment could compensate for this manufacturing error.
We contacted HICTOP, one rep first said it wasn't their printer, but after sending a copy of the receipt, another rep acknowledged it was their printer.
Once I explained the problems, they said "no worry, you have a 12-month warranty", which didn't fill us with confidence when working with an out-of country vendor. So, we will be returning to Amazon and seeking a printer from another manufacturer.
Again, the performance of the printing was good, but there were just too many manufacturing problems to work around for us.