[REPRAPGURU] DIY RepRap Prusa I3 V2 Black 3D Printer Kit With Molded Plastic Parts USA Company

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 V2 kit has all the hard work done. HERE IS THE DIFFERENCE. 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 included 2004 LCD. 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 & 2004 LCD Included
  • Impressive 8″x8″x7″ Build Area
  • Can Run 110V or 220V (Comes With 110V US Cord)

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3 thoughts on “[REPRAPGURU] DIY RepRap Prusa I3 V2 Black 3D Printer Kit With Molded Plastic Parts USA Company”

  1. great kit, decent quality. had to improvise a few things but did not have to contact customer service. i gave 5 stars because this is a $300.00 DIY printer, and i was able to assemble it, and print in 2 days. this being my first 3d printer, i am happy with it even though the build was pretty tough. lets start with the X carriage: the plastic motor mount on the right side of the carriage had to be drilled out to make the carriage short enough to mount to the acrylic frame. I was very careful and used a drill bit the same size as the smooth rods so as to not introduce unwanted movement or flex in…

  2. Quite easy build, as verified by my wife, “I must say, I didn’t hear much cursing going on.” Zip up all the docs from the Google drive, and away you go!The Z axis nut does have a tendency to jump out of the frame. Worse on the pulley side than the motor side. I intend on fixing this by printing an anti-backlash from here: […] I also intend on printing some cable chains to help manage the cabling. Oh yeah… and a spool holder. Isn’t that what this is for?Really nice to…

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