[REPRAPGURU] Black DIY Prusa I3 3D Printer Kit …

Here at RepRap Guru we wanted to give our customers a better DIY 3D printer experience. With that goal in mind we have spent countless hours developing a truly COMPLETE DIY Prusa i3 printer kit that doesn’t require altering, drilling, soldering or cutting anything.. PERIOD. The RepRap Guru Prusa i3 kit has all the hard work done.
Included with this complete kit is:
8″ x 8″ borosilicate heat bed glass.
Fully soldered MK2B heat bed with ALL the necessary wires.
Fitted connectors to all wires.
longer motor wires for better wire paths.
With our carefully thought out upgrades you should be able to shave some serious time off your build.
(Note wire sleeve is not included in this kit)

Product Features

  • USA Customer Tech Support
  • NO Soldering, Cutting, or Drilling
  • Borosilicate Heat Bed Glass Included
  • Impressive 8″x8″x7″ Build Area
  • Can Run 110V or 220V (Comes With 110V US Cord)

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2 thoughts on “[REPRAPGURU] Black DIY Prusa I3 3D Printer Kit …”

  1. Great Printer Kit Ok I have waited to write a review so that I could put some operating time on the printer and see how reliable it is so here goes. Printer came on time and assembly went without issue, I did take my time and put it together in my spare time so I took about 3 days. If you sat down and wanted to get the assembly done at one time I would estimate it would take about 4 to 6 hrs if you have some mechanical ability. Only issue I had with it was with a thermocouple and when I emailed they responded…

  2. Great barebones kit Came in a stuffed box. Online instructions helped get me from box to printing configuration in about 7 hours. A couple of instructions left me s cratching my head but if you have past experience with electronics and are good with mechanical hardware you should have no problem. They send spare parts and circuitry is of decent quality. Be sure not to reverse polarity unless its the threaded wire or else you risk burning up your board. Software and Calibration will be your biggest headaches…

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