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Malyan M180 Dual Head 3D Printer - US Plug

Malyan M180 Dual Head 3D Printer - US Plug

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The Malyan M180 is the best value 3D printer we have seen to date, not only does it offer the advantages of dual head printing, a robust steel frame, adjustable heated print bed and SD card printing, it is also one of the most reliable, high quality prosumer machines you will find in the market today. This machine will keep the most demanding of hobbyists and designers satisfied with fantastic resolution, fast print speeds and the ability to print two colours without changing spools.

The M180 is an incredibly flexible tool for 3D printing, it allows you to print objects that have two colours without the need to change spools in the middle of the pocess, you can even to print in two different materials or if you regularly swap between to mediums you can have one nozzle dedicated to each; there are many, many advantages to twin nozzle printers. This machine also allows you to experiment with some of the cool new filaments now on the market such as nylon, flexible filaments and wood, which will be available at a HobbyKing warehouse near you soon.

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 colour graphical user interface with the scroll wheel and press go; the printer does the rest for you. It couldn't be easier.

Since this printer landed in the office our engineers have allowed a layer of dust to build up on their expensive commercial machine, it's that good. Often with new technologies there is a trade off of features and quality to keep the price low; not with this machine, you will simply be blown away by the quality inclusions in the M180, such as internal LED lighting, a removable glass print bed and a fan cooled full CNC print head that is virtually jam free.

Don't let it's price fool you, the M180 is made using quality parts and materials with ball bearings instead of bushings and quality lead screws, the price has been kept low through clever design.

If you are ready to make the step up to a mid-sized heated bed printer or you just want the convenience of dual head printing then the M180 is the obvious choice; it may be your first or second or even third printer but it will probably be the last printer you will need to buy for a very long time.

Features:
• Heated print bed
• Dual print heads
• SD card printing
• Rigid steel frame
• Large range of filament materials
• High precision printing
• Super easy to maintain
• Removable glass print bed
• Virtually jam free printing

Specs:
Print size: 230x150x165mm
Print resolution: 0.1-0.2mm
Precision: X/Y axis 0.1mm, Z axis 0.01mm
Print speed: 25cm³/h
Print platform: Heated aluminium plate with tempered glass cover
Frame: High strength steel with soft plastic corners
Filament: 1.75mm ABS/PLA/ - also PVA, HIPS, Nylon, Wood and Flexible Filaments
Print nozzle: 0.35-0.4mm
Extruder temp: 190-280ºC
Print bed heating: 85ºC
Software: ReplicatorG/Makerware/Cura/Simplify3D
OS system: XP, WIN7, WIN8, MacOSX and Linux
Interface: SD Card or USB link
File format: STL/G-Code
Printer weight: 11.5kg
Overall dimensions: 465x320x390mm


Included:
• Basic required tools
• Small length of filament for set up
• Mini SD card containing software, USB driver and some 3D files to get you started
• Two glass print platforms so you can have one for ABS and one for PLA 
• 4 sheets of tape to cover the glass for PLA printing
• LED internal light
• Internal power supply

  • SKU 656000001-3
  • Brand Malyan
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 18767.0000
  • Packaging Length 535.00
  • Packaging Width 400.00
  • Packaging Height 470.00
  • Malyan 3d Printer
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My M180 arrived without any user manual with it, but was able to get a soft copy from Malyan directly. Not sure if my unit was sitting in the warehouse for a long time or not, I had to lube all the rail and bearing again in order to reduce the noise during printing. There are still some rattling noise that I can't get rid of during printing, but only when the print head is moving fast or retract quickly in Y-axis. Overall, the out-of-box print quality is good, not the best. I, however, did purchase a copy of Simplify3D, which is well worth the money spent, instead of using the Malyan tweaked Makerware for slicing. The two nozzle do not level with each other, and would require some tweaking time to make them level. It is not a big issue, but just a pita to get them level. I just wished that the factory would have the 2 nozzle leveled up prior to shipping them out.

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My M180 arrived without any user manual with it, but was able to get a soft copy from Malyan directly. Not sure if my unit was sitting in the warehouse for a long time or not, I had to lube all the rail and bearing again in order to reduce the noise during printing. There are still some rattling noise that I can't get rid of during printing, but only when the print head is moving fast or retract quickly in Y-axis. Overall, the out-of-box print quality is good, not the best. I, however, did purchase a copy of Simplify3D, which is well worth the money spent, instead of using the Malyan tweaked Makerware for slicing. The two nozzle do not level with each other, and would require some tweaking time to make them level. It is not a big issue, but just a pita to get them level. I just wished that the factory would have the 2 nozzle leveled up prior to shipping them out.

I have had this printer for about a week, and feel it is a great learning tool and introduction to 3D printing. The quality of the printer seems good, but let's hope it holds up well as time and printing go on. I have found Simplify3D software to be a great tool in smooth and linear computer to printer transitions. So far, I have a $500 paper towel holder, but the more things I print, the cheaper that becomes. Thingiverse.com has thousands of files ready to print. Printer seems efficient and surprisingly has a heated glass base (comes with two glass plates) and a hold down system for the plate....2 very useful additions. Dual extruders are another great feature which I'm just beginning to explore. Next, RC parts will be printed and utilized. I'm really enjoying this printer and think it is a good investment to start with, w/lots of upside potential. GO FOR IT!

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I have had this printer for about a week, and feel it is a great learning tool and introduction to 3D printing. The quality of the printer seems good, but let's hope it holds up well as time and printing go on. I have found Simplify3D software to be a great tool in smooth and linear computer to printer transitions. So far, I have a $500 paper towel holder, but the more things I print, the cheaper that becomes. Thingiverse.com has thousands of files ready to print. Printer seems efficient and surprisingly has a heated glass base (comes with two glass plates) and a hold down system for the plate....2 very useful additions. Dual extruders are another great feature which I'm just beginning to explore. Next, RC parts will be printed and utilized. I'm really enjoying this printer and think it is a good investment to start with, w/lots of upside potential. GO FOR IT!

Came very badly damaged somehow, packing appeared excellent, shipping box was undamaged.

Will update my review pending hobbykings handling of RMA, this is large and heavy so spending hundreds to ship it to china and back would be unbearable

Print bed mount brokenpicture of i.imgur.com/Font335.jpg

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Came very badly damaged somehow, packing appeared excellent, shipping box was undamaged.

Will update my review pending hobbykings handling of RMA, this is large and heavy so spending hundreds to ship it to china and back would be unbearable

Print bed mount brokenpicture of i.imgur.com/Font335.jpg

I bought this as my second 3d printer, after the Print-Rite. It prints great right out of the box. There are some things to be aware of, however. The hold-downs for the glass pretty much suck, and they can come loose while printing, allowing the glass to move, and ruin your print. I cured this by using 2-4 paper clamps. (Spring loaded type for large amounts of paper) No problems with that since. I also use Simplify 3d slicing software, as it gives a lot more control over how the print happens compared to Cura. Over all, I like this printer, and will probably buy their much larger version eventually.

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I bought this as my second 3d printer, after the Print-Rite. It prints great right out of the box. There are some things to be aware of, however. The hold-downs for the glass pretty much suck, and they can come loose while printing, allowing the glass to move, and ruin your print. I cured this by using 2-4 paper clamps. (Spring loaded type for large amounts of paper) No problems with that since. I also use Simplify 3d slicing software, as it gives a lot more control over how the print happens compared to Cura. Over all, I like this printer, and will probably buy their much larger version eventually.

I've had this printer since Oct 2015. This is my 3rd 3D printer. My workflow is as follows: Sketchup (or similar) for item design. Load into Cura for slicing. Load the slice into ReplicatorG to convert into .x3g. Copy onto SD card and print. One of the biggest flaws with this printer is the hot-end fans blow across the extruder filament which means that the filament picks up any dust that is in the fan's flow. Needless to say hot-end clogs are common. Build quality seems...chineese. The print bed/and glass is so thin that it warps easily making the heated bed impractical. The two hot-ends aren't the same distance from the build platform making two color printing not possible. I just use the one closest to the build platform (the right hand one).

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I've had this printer since Oct 2015. This is my 3rd 3D printer. My workflow is as follows: Sketchup (or similar) for item design. Load into Cura for slicing. Load the slice into ReplicatorG to convert into .x3g. Copy onto SD card and print. One of the biggest flaws with this printer is the hot-end fans blow across the extruder filament which means that the filament picks up any dust that is in the fan's flow. Needless to say hot-end clogs are common. Build quality seems...chineese. The print bed/and glass is so thin that it warps easily making the heated bed impractical. The two hot-ends aren't the same distance from the build platform making two color printing not possible. I just use the one closest to the build platform (the right hand one).

This is my first printer and so far I am quite happy with it. The prints I have done so far turned out pretty well. The dual extrusion works well with Simplify 3d software but the replicatorg software it comes with is pretty crappy; the slicer takes a really long time and importing files for dual extrusion is almost impossible. On the hardware side of things the printer is pretty intuitive, my only gripe is the power switch placement; it is on the back! This makes it a pain to turn on and off when it is sitting against a wall.

This printer is worth the money in my opinion but it could use some improvement.

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This is my first printer and so far I am quite happy with it. The prints I have done so far turned out pretty well. The dual extrusion works well with Simplify 3d software but the replicatorg software it comes with is pretty crappy; the slicer takes a really long time and importing files for dual extrusion is almost impossible. On the hardware side of things the printer is pretty intuitive, my only gripe is the power switch placement; it is on the back! This makes it a pain to turn on and off when it is sitting against a wall.

This printer is worth the money in my opinion but it could use some improvement.

Hello all.
I bought the printer and it seems there is malfunction.
Regarding the manual the extruder fan have to turned of for first 5 layer.
But it's running every time, and the printing item turned away from glass.

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Hello all.
I bought the printer and it seems there is malfunction.
Regarding the manual the extruder fan have to turned of for first 5 layer.
But it's running every time, and the printing item turned away from glass.

Before I bought this printer I had no experience in 3D printing. I have had this printer for about a week now and am very happy. Setup and printing has been very easy. I would recommend this printer.

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Before I bought this printer I had no experience in 3D printing. I have had this printer for about a week now and am very happy. Setup and printing has been very easy. I would recommend this printer.

I have had this printer for a while now and have had zero problems. It has been printing almost non-stop since it arrived. Being my first 3D printer, I was surprised at how easy it is to use. I couldnt be happier with it!

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I have had this printer for a while now and have had zero problems. It has been printing almost non-stop since it arrived. Being my first 3D printer, I was surprised at how easy it is to use. I couldnt be happier with it!


I just received mine on October 31, This is my first 3D printer. It works pretty good printing the sample models that came with it. I bought the Simplify3d software to convert my own stl files and it works great. I had one problem, the X homing switch didn't work, i found that it wasn't plugged into the board completely. Once that was done everything worked fine. I have run the printer for about 14 hrs now and i have not had any hangups. I purchased several different PLA filaments and experimented with all of them, and I have not had any jambs through the extruder. I would recomend this printer to anyone wanting to start 3D printing.

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I just received mine on October 31, This is my first 3D printer. It works pretty good printing the sample models that came with it. I bought the Simplify3d software to convert my own stl files and it works great. I had one problem, the X homing switch didn't work, i found that it wasn't plugged into the board completely. Once that was done everything worked fine. I have run the printer for about 14 hrs now and i have not had any hangups. I purchased several different PLA filaments and experimented with all of them, and I have not had any jambs through the extruder. I would recomend this printer to anyone wanting to start 3D printing.

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