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Printer Turnigy Fabrikator 3D (o Reino Unido)

Printer Turnigy Fabrikator 3D (o Reino Unido)

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Turnigy Fabrikator, o nosso segredo mais mal mantidos é aqui; o que nós não vazar era como é bom. Este é o melhor valor para a impressora de dinheiro no mercado com as características e qualidade das impressoras três vezes o preço.

Já não é a tecnologia de impressão 3D da esfera exclusiva dos tecnófilos hard-core e designers industriais, é agora acessível a qualquer pessoa com um computador e a capacidade de colocar móveis flat pack juntos. Se você está em aviões, multi-rotores, carros, barcos, helicópteros, robótica, trens ou mesmo figurinhas anime a Fabrikator em breve se tornará sua ferramenta mais versátil. Não é possível encontrar essa parte rara para o seu modelo antigo ou você quer apenas modificar uma peça existente? Agora você pode imprimir o que quiser, quando quiser.

Turnigy Fabrikator é capaz de usar o ABS e filamentos de PLA já estão disponíveis a partir de um armazém HobbyKing perto de você e pode imprimir acabamentos de alta qualidade alcançáveis ​​em 150 mm / seg. Longe vão os dias de colocar a impressora antes de ir para a cama e esperando que o trabalho é concluído quando você se levanta. impressoras 3D costumava ser apenas para os modelos de pré-produção e prova de conceito para projetos, mas agora você pode criar, imprimir e usar a peça em todos os tipos de aplicações.

Esta impressora incrivelmente bem projetado que caracteriza um quadro rocha sólida, o transporte ferroviário quad super estável apoiado placa de impressão, motores NEMA Classe alta qualidade, plataforma de impressão de vidro removível e drives de eixo Y cinta dupla significa que você é capaz de imprimir peças tempo e tempo altamente precisa, novamente, sem a necessidade de ajustes mecânica constante.

Esta não é apenas uma grande máquina, demos um passo adiante e criou uma série de vídeos que irá guiá-lo passo-a-passo para criar e configurar a impressora juntamente com um guia de problemas dinâmico e atualizável ao vivo tiro único que está disponível na guia arquivos abaixo, mas porque o Fabrikator é tão simples de usar que você não vai precisar de muita ajuda.

Para fazer o Fabrikator tão acessível quanto possível para você nós projetamos-lo como um simples de montar kit do bloco liso, que se você seguir o excelente manual em conjunto com a série de vídeo que você vai tê-lo construído em poucas horas. É tão fácil nós temos o nosso menos membro da equipe técnica para colocar um conjunto e ele teve que ir em menos de seis horas.

Características:
• hastes forro do rolamento de esferas
• Laminado de chumbo-parafuso com unidade anti-backlash
• calor fenólica cama estabilizado W / área de impressão removível Vidro
• cama de impressão aquecida
• Motores NEMA 23 e 17
• 4 haste placa de impressão com suporte para alta velocidade de impressão
• 6 lados suporte completo da impressora de alta precisão
• impressão sem cabo de cartão SD |
• PLA e ABS filamento compatível
• Top de alimentação anti-bind alimentação carretel
• ventiladores de impressão gêmeas
• 2A motoristas dissipador de passo com arrefecimento activo
• 220 ~ 110V A / C compatível
• Chaves de homing e limite
• GUI LCD Full com a afinação mosca
• área de impressão Grande 150x150x100mm
• mancal Dual Drive eixo suportado cinto de Y duplo
• fornecimento de Heavy Duty 12Volt 29Amp Poder
• Open Source arquitetura de controle e apoio
• Suporte completo de peças e plataforma de expansão futura

especificações:
Tamanho total: 360x400x600mm
O tamanho de impressão: 150x150x100mm
Diâmetro do bocal: 0,4 milímetros
Diâmetro do filamento: 1,75 milímetros
Velocidade de impressão: até 300 mm / s
Plataforma da impressão: cama estabilizado calor fenólicos com plataforma de impressão de vidro removível
Tipo de Filamento: ABS e PLA

Requeridos:
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  • SKU 9171000679-2
  • Brand -
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 19200.0000
  • Comprimento 676.00
  • Packaging Width 505.00
  • Altura 545.00
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I've been running having good, consistent results with this printer. I've had absolutely amazing results with Taulman 910 (nylon) filament with a nozzle temp of 245, bed temp of 65 and a very thin coat of pva/water 4:1 on the bed, no brim required. With ABS, the best results were nozzle 255, bed 110 with the side apertures closed with cardboard to minimise uneven cooling. pva/water 4:1. Using a brim ensured adequate initial adhesion and prevented curling of the printed body. I've been printing shells 1.2mm and layers 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3. I've run this printer via USB and via SD and I now use it mostly in standalone mode with an SD card. Be careful when using the manual axis feed as the software tends not to ramp up and the stepper motors miss steps and appear to ignore the axis end sensors. After manual axis/extruder manipulation, I always reboot. Print area could be greater for my use and dual feed for PVA support structure printing would be brilliant.

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I've been running having good, consistent results with this printer. I've had absolutely amazing results with Taulman 910 (nylon) filament with a nozzle temp of 245, bed temp of 65 and a very thin coat of pva/water 4:1 on the bed, no brim required. With ABS, the best results were nozzle 255, bed 110 with the side apertures closed with cardboard to minimise uneven cooling. pva/water 4:1. Using a brim ensured adequate initial adhesion and prevented curling of the printed body. I've been printing shells 1.2mm and layers 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3. I've run this printer via USB and via SD and I now use it mostly in standalone mode with an SD card. Be careful when using the manual axis feed as the software tends not to ramp up and the stepper motors miss steps and appear to ignore the axis end sensors. After manual axis/extruder manipulation, I always reboot. Print area could be greater for my use and dual feed for PVA support structure printing would be brilliant.

this is my first 3D Printer and I am very happy with it. The YouTube videos and the manual made it real easy to put everything together and get started :-)

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this is my first 3D Printer and I am very happy with it. The YouTube videos and the manual made it real easy to put everything together and get started :-)

The assembly is not all that simple, the difficult bits are the wiring and running it all in the right places. The photos are quite obscure. I ended up with some wires too short to reach the control panel and others way too long. And they don't supply enough cable ties!
There is no mention of the "front fan" in the instructions and it turns out to be held on by a magnet....
The top cover on mine didn't fit being about 2 mm too long and none of the mounting holes line up.

It seems not bad value, but the freight cost was a real killer.

I'll comment further when I actually get it going which might be some time yet. I have to go out and buy more cable ties!

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The assembly is not all that simple, the difficult bits are the wiring and running it all in the right places. The photos are quite obscure. I ended up with some wires too short to reach the control panel and others way too long. And they don't supply enough cable ties!
There is no mention of the "front fan" in the instructions and it turns out to be held on by a magnet....
The top cover on mine didn't fit being about 2 mm too long and none of the mounting holes line up.

It seems not bad value, but the freight cost was a real killer.

I'll comment further when I actually get it going which might be some time yet. I have to go out and buy more cable ties!

I had this printer, after i built it, it worked but was going out of alignment on the y axis, after adjusting the belt tension to no avail the arduno board popped with a puff of smoke and the screen went blank.and that was it. I disassembled is and sent it back and just over a week later received a replacement printer. I have not yet built this printer as i no longer feel confident in the product. The overall quality of the unit seemed very good, it was easy to build and everything fitted correctly. but I think it needs some more work and a bigger print bed to be a good, reliable product. I now have a BQ Hephestos Prusa i3 and have had no problems with this printer. it is a little more money but i feel it is worth the extra.

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I had this printer, after i built it, it worked but was going out of alignment on the y axis, after adjusting the belt tension to no avail the arduno board popped with a puff of smoke and the screen went blank.and that was it. I disassembled is and sent it back and just over a week later received a replacement printer. I have not yet built this printer as i no longer feel confident in the product. The overall quality of the unit seemed very good, it was easy to build and everything fitted correctly. but I think it needs some more work and a bigger print bed to be a good, reliable product. I now have a BQ Hephestos Prusa i3 and have had no problems with this printer. it is a little more money but i feel it is worth the extra.

Mine arrived last week postal service and packaging was first class easy to follow instructions took about 4.5 hours to build then 1 hour to setup properly lots of guides on YouTube and some mixed comments on this product when using cura software very easy to follow just follow hk YouTube and your sorted head alignment I have set to two layers of paper and not a business card space is to much nossile size is 4mm if anyone wants to know not 5mm which it says in cura software
Found masking tape better for PLA on the bed instead of pva or hairspray as it didn't work for me
Just trying to sort fine tuning out / also just ordered abs filament let you know how it goes

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Mine arrived last week postal service and packaging was first class easy to follow instructions took about 4.5 hours to build then 1 hour to setup properly lots of guides on YouTube and some mixed comments on this product when using cura software very easy to follow just follow hk YouTube and your sorted head alignment I have set to two layers of paper and not a business card space is to much nossile size is 4mm if anyone wants to know not 5mm which it says in cura software
Found masking tape better for PLA on the bed instead of pva or hairspray as it didn't work for me
Just trying to sort fine tuning out / also just ordered abs filament let you know how it goes

Its my first ever 3D printer.
Amazed how well packaged it was when it turned up to me, it came in one big box and in that box lots of separate boxes inside that with most off the parts packed inside foam.
Build was straight forward takes about 6 hours recommend watching the videos too. It comes with a printed set off instructions.
All set up and running, print quality is very good and easy too use.

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Its my first ever 3D printer.
Amazed how well packaged it was when it turned up to me, it came in one big box and in that box lots of separate boxes inside that with most off the parts packed inside foam.
Build was straight forward takes about 6 hours recommend watching the videos too. It comes with a printed set off instructions.
All set up and running, print quality is very good and easy too use.

would of been 5 stars for all...but i had major problems to start with, also had to get the firmware updated, as the Z axis bottom end stop sensor simply does not work, the firmware is on the US warehouse files...also one of the motor drivers was faulty resulting in stalling Z Axis, overall this is great value for money but not enough support, the web address for the forum listed in the back of the manual is non existent...have done some prints, which are not too bad, not tried fine stuff yet...make sure you get some kapton tape, as nothing seems to stick well, blue masking tape works good for PLA but leaves the blue residue, i have the extruder set with the gap of 2 pieces of paper thickness, seems ok some people have it touching the bed, oh & don't use Cura V15 only 14.12 as this seems to work still having issues with USB but put on an SD card this seems ok

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would of been 5 stars for all...but i had major problems to start with, also had to get the firmware updated, as the Z axis bottom end stop sensor simply does not work, the firmware is on the US warehouse files...also one of the motor drivers was faulty resulting in stalling Z Axis, overall this is great value for money but not enough support, the web address for the forum listed in the back of the manual is non existent...have done some prints, which are not too bad, not tried fine stuff yet...make sure you get some kapton tape, as nothing seems to stick well, blue masking tape works good for PLA but leaves the blue residue, i have the extruder set with the gap of 2 pieces of paper thickness, seems ok some people have it touching the bed, oh & don't use Cura V15 only 14.12 as this seems to work still having issues with USB but put on an SD card this seems ok

Absolutely fantastic value. This is without a doubt the best printer I've used for 300, and I've built a lot. Here's a video of it printing, second print ever, zero tuning after initial setup. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZWCexKvF9M

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Absolutely fantastic value. This is without a doubt the best printer I've used for 300, and I've built a lot. Here's a video of it printing, second print ever, zero tuning after initial setup. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZWCexKvF9M

OK So now had the printer running for a week and found you need to replace the 20AWG heated bed cable for some thicker 14AWG then your heated bed will get up to temp much quicker and remains stable.
For getting good adhesion to the bed just put a thin layer of pritt stick (glue stick) on the bed and wipe over with a damp cloth to leave a thin film of PVA glue. Then you parts will stick very well. Make sure the fans are set to come on whilst printing with ABS so the parts cool quickly and prevent any curling or warping.
All working very well now. Will try some PLA in it next week and let you know if any settings need changing for it.
But for ABS just go with the defaults of 220 deg for extruder and 110 for bed. Printing at 0.3mm layer height & 50mm/s seems fine for quick jobs but 0.1mm layer height and 20mm/s seems to produce amazingly smooth results.
Just make sure you set the auto home so that the bed is just touching the extruder.

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OK So now had the printer running for a week and found you need to replace the 20AWG heated bed cable for some thicker 14AWG then your heated bed will get up to temp much quicker and remains stable.
For getting good adhesion to the bed just put a thin layer of pritt stick (glue stick) on the bed and wipe over with a damp cloth to leave a thin film of PVA glue. Then you parts will stick very well. Make sure the fans are set to come on whilst printing with ABS so the parts cool quickly and prevent any curling or warping.
All working very well now. Will try some PLA in it next week and let you know if any settings need changing for it.
But for ABS just go with the defaults of 220 deg for extruder and 110 for bed. Printing at 0.3mm layer height & 50mm/s seems fine for quick jobs but 0.1mm layer height and 20mm/s seems to produce amazingly smooth results.
Just make sure you set the auto home so that the bed is just touching the extruder.

I've had this printer for nearly a week, faulty huco, odd screws that aren't 2mm whatever they say, incorrect positioning of the vertical limit sensor caused initial bed crash, and then once all assembled sd card detected but the GUI says 'no card'. Support appears to be completely missing, forum also missing as is the troubleshooting guide. Online chat really slow and only suggested RMA. So I have a large heavy paperweight that I spent my good money for. As anyone can tell I'm not bitter just really disappointed.

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I've had this printer for nearly a week, faulty huco, odd screws that aren't 2mm whatever they say, incorrect positioning of the vertical limit sensor caused initial bed crash, and then once all assembled sd card detected but the GUI says 'no card'. Support appears to be completely missing, forum also missing as is the troubleshooting guide. Online chat really slow and only suggested RMA. So I have a large heavy paperweight that I spent my good money for. As anyone can tell I'm not bitter just really disappointed.

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