Malyan M150 i3 3D Printer (AU Plug)
Hot on the heals of the incredibly popular M180, Malyan have come out with another exciting 3D printer, the m150. Based on the tried and true Prusa i3 open source design this
The M150 is of simple but strong construction. It’s designed for ease of use. This stable platform won’t need continual adjustments. Just set it up once. The high resolution printing means that whatever you are printing will always be accurate.
This machine is incredibly simple to use, just load your file from your chosen software onto an SD card, pop it into the printer, select the file you want to print via the graphical user interface and press go; the printer does the rest for you. It couldn't be easier.
With lower cost and high quality all hobbyists and designers will be rushing to get one of these and start printing all their bits and pieces.
• Stable and durable construction (rigid frame)
• Double nozzle
• Low noise
• Smooth printing
• Simple construction for easy installation
• High speed
• High Resolution, High precision printing
• Cost effective
• SD Card printing
• Large range of filament materials
• Super easy to maintain
Best Ambient Temperature: >= 25C
Print Precision: 0.1mm (minimal)
Printing Size: 200x200x180mm
Connection: microSD Card, USB2.0
Speed: 10-100mm/s Adjustable
Positioning Accuracy: Z 0.004mm, XY 0.012mm
Ext Ruder Diameter: 0.4mm (Customized 0.3mm/0.2mm)
Gross Power: 240W
Software: Cura / Repetier-Host
Input Format: STL, G-code
Extruder Temperature: 190-210C (Max can be set to 260C)
Heating Plate Temperature: 60-100C (Proper winter warming and appropriate cooling)
Material Type: ABS and PLA
Material Specifications: 1.75mm
Material Colors: Malyan Classic 40 Colors
OS System: XP, Win7, Win8
Packing Size: 495x480x295mm
1 x Malyan M150
1 x Single step extruder
1 x Hex wrench and bolt kit
1 x SD card
2 x Malyan platform tape
1 x PLA sample
1 x power supply cable
1 x USB cable
1 x filament stand
NOTE: Ensure power voltage switch is in the correct position before turning on.
Hmotnost ( g )
Not a beginners printer, it didnt like the recommended software and settings, so i used Repetier Host, with Prusa i3 settings, and that works fine. You need to print some upgrades like z braces, and make sure all the screws are properly tight, because they are a bit lazy putting this one together. Needs drylin bearings as the lm88u bearings it comes with are terrible, noisy and loose. But it prints fast, bridges well, and has a large print area, with a heated bed. Also because its a Prusa i3 clone, there are heaps of upgrades and mods available. Mine is going well, i like it. Good value if you want a second printer, and have the skills to take care of any problems yourself.Hands down the best 3D Printer for the price!!!
I have two 3D printers, 1 that is worth $1600, and this one, and this one is far better...
Prints PLA like a boss, ABS does need a bit of tweaking, but glue stick or hairspray works well. If you are looking for an affordable, cost-effective and large volume 3D printer this is the one for you!!!If you are even just considering buying this printer, do it.
It is a great printer. I have been printing solely with ABS and producing great results. I bought a cheap piece of borosilicate glass off ebay for an improved print bed, cost $25 and couldn't be happier with results, printing on top of an ABS slurry (look it up and your prints will stick no worries). About to buy some flexible filament which I am confident I will have no trouble with and thought I might give a quick review of my experience with the Malyan M150. Great printer.Hey guys.
This was also my first 3d printer which worked perfectly from day one. I must of got one made on monday as it worked straight out of the box.
Sadly after 15 or so prints the Linear bearing crapped out on the table but never fear, I got 12 of them for $12 on ebay.
Great product for the price and i would recommend it.This is my first 3D printer and all in all i am impressed.
I missed out on the Aldi Cocoon Create but my understanding is this is basically the v3 of that machine with the belt rubbing issue and others fixed.
My only issue was after the first print the printer kept showing err:maxtemp for the hotend, yet it was stone cold.
I trawled the internet and found the most likely cause to be a short in the thermistor.
I removed the thermistor and inspected it before adjusting it and reinserting it.
NOW if i wasn't inclined to tinker and get it working myself this might be quite a frustration for others as HK support was simply to return the unit.
Its now running perfectly and i would recommend picking one up if your in the market for a great budget machine.