The acrylic shell of SP-3 could offer a warm and stable operating temperature to get better prints. SP-3 is a CoreXY 3D printer with an open structure that prints faster with higher precision. Its optional auto-leveling and reserved WIFI module enable users to add extra features to the printer to get optimized printing results.
CoreXY structure makes printing faster with higher accuracy.
Provide faster and smoother motion and reduce friction and vibration to make printing more precise.
Dual-gear extruder to provide larger extrusion force and guarantee smooth feeding.
CNC machined XY axis mounting groove is employed for higher-precision printing precision.
- Model: SP-3
- Number Of Nozzles: 1
- Nozzle Size: 0.4mm
- Molding Platform Size: 220*220*220mm
- Printing Accuracy: ±0.1-0.2mm
- XY Axis Positioning Accuracy: 0.01mm
- Z-Axis Positioning Accuracy: 0.0025mm
- Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
- Printing Method: TF card / online printing
- Display: 3.5" Color Touch Screen
- Machine Speed: 10~1000mm/s
- Printing Speed: 20-200mm/s
- Max Extrusion Head Temperature: 260℃
- Max Hot Bed Temperature: 100℃
- Support Filament: PLA/ABS/PETG/Wood etc.
- Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
- Software Format: STL、OBJ、JPG
- Print File Format: Gcode
- Power supply: 220V/110V 360W
- Operating System: Windows, MAC
- Support Software: Repetier-Host, Cura
- Machine Size: L405*W380*H466mm
- Machine Weight: 11.5KG
- Package Weight: 14KG
taking the stickers takes a long time. I still haven't finished it ...
Can't find instructions how to assemble Acrylic Shell
This being my first own 3D-printer I was a bit intimidated by some of the reviews saying you needed to be have some skill to begin with and be prepared to troubleshoot and fix errors.
That said I built the printer up with little problems and have gotten it to print beautiful and most of all functional prints in PLA as well as PETG with very little actual effort.
There seem to be room for improvement of course but for the price I really don't think you can do any better than this printer. I got the enclosed model an I'm honestly really looking forward to printing som ABS soon so will need an all metal heat break before that, will also get a silicone sock for the heat block.
Other than that I'm good. Oh, also the printer shipped quickly and was well packaged.
Only negative - The included filament is the worst thing I've ever seen!!!
It came from a Russian warehouse. But apparently because of the new year holidays, there was a delay in the shipment. In general, I'm happy. Quality at a very high level. Steel structure with aluminum racks. All bearings and wiping elements are required before use.
My first FDM printer. It came in three days from the Russian warehouse. When assembling, there was a marriage-there was no thread and a screw on one of the fasteners of the Z axis guide. The design of the side walls is somewhat unthought, too, required improvement. Belt tensioner printed to order in advance. The flash drive from the kit was with a bat file system, part of the files did not recover, but there is nothing useful. However, I collected it in one evening and he immediately began to print. In general, I'm happy.
|Molding Platform Size||300*300*330mm||220*220*220mm|
|XY Axis Positioning Accuracy||0.01mm||0.01mm|
|Z-Axis Positioning Accuracy||0.0025mm||0.0025mm|
|Printing Method||TF card / online printing||TF card / online printing|
|Display||3.5" Color Touch Screen||3.5" Color Touch Screen|
|Max Extrusion Head Temperature||260℃||260℃|
|Max Hot Bed Temperature||100℃||100℃|
|Support Filament||PLA/ABS/PETG/Wood etc||PLA/ABS/PETG/Wood etc.|
|Print File Format||Gcode||Gcode|
|Power supply||220V/110V 360W||220V/110V 360W|
|Operating System||Windows, MAC||Windows, MAC|
|Support Software||Repetier-Host, Cura||Repetier-Host, Cura|