Prusa i3 Complete Kit

Prusa i3 Complete Kit

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4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

The Prusa i3 complete kit is an open source rep-rap 3D printer. It has a rigid, stable frame and is very easy to assemble. Its 8 inch cubed build volume allows for large scale, functional 3D prints. It’s heated bed enables it to print in the full gamut of materials including PLA, ABS, Nylon, Rubberlike, Synthetic Wood, and Synthetic Stone.

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Product Description

The Prusa i3 complete kit is an open source rep-rap 3D printer. It has a rigid, stable frame and is very easy to assemble. Its 8 inch cubed build volume allows for large scale, functional 3D prints. It’s heated bed enables it to print in the full gamut of materials including PLA, ABS, Nylon, Rubberlike, Synthetic Wood, and Synthetic Stone.

The Prusa i3 complete kit is ideal for makers who want to build a high performance printer on a budget and want to know their printer inside and out. As a product of the Rep-Rap community, this printer makes use of 3D printed parts and many replacement, upgrade, and customization parts can be printed once the kit is assembled.

Pros:

High quality prints at low cost
Large, heated build area for big prints in a large variety of materials
Open source, 3D printable parts
Backed by the amazing Rep-Rap community

Cons:

Must be assembled and calibrated before use
Requires more care and attention from the assembler and operator than an out of the box 3d printing solution

Additional information

Weight 8 kg
Technology

Layer Resolution

Extruders

Stepper Motors

Build Volume

Supported Filament

1 review for Prusa i3 Complete Kit

  1. 4 out of 5

    Prusa i3 kit delivers satisfactory print quality. Initially I got some great prints on it. But after a few months it has started bothering me and slows down my work efficiency. Since it was in warranty period I asked think3D support team for a servicing and after that it is working well now.

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