[Sintron] 3d Printer Full Complete Kit for Reprap Prusa i3 ,With Mega 2560 , Ramps 1.4, Latest Mk3 Heatbed,lcd 2004 ,Mk8 Extruder

August 30, 2015 - Comment

package list : mechanical parts: 1. arcrylic frome kit ( screws & nuts included ) 2. smooth and threaded kit ( nuts & washer included ) 3. printed plastic kit , made of PLA. ( screws & nuts included ) please notice : plastic parts have some standard error , so you might need to drill it with tools. 4. 2 pcs of GT2 pulley + GT2 2m belt. ( for x & y axis movement ) 5. 12 pcs LM8UU bearings. ( for linear movement ) 6. 4 pcs MF1045 bearings ( for belt ) 7. 2 pcs coupling ( for z axis ) electronics parts : 8. 1 pcs ramps 1.4 9. 1 pcs arduino-compatible mega 2560 with USB cable 10. 5 pcs A4988 driver with heatsink 11. LCD 2004 controller 12. smart adapter + ribbon cable 13. MK8 extruder + hotend with Fan. ( default is for 1.75mm filament 0.4mm nozzle ) 14. 6 pcs endstop with cable 15. 5 pcs Nema 17 motors ( one is already attached to MK8 extruder ) 16. MK3 heat bed with springs 17. 12v 10A power supply (not pictured) 18. a bunch of nylon ties for the manual , you can go to here to check . http://reprap.org/wiki/Prusa_i3_Build_Manual ( some might not be exactly the same , because we upgrade some items design , but as a DIYer , you should be easy to figure out how it is done , or just contact us , we will let you know) basically the difference is the acrylic frame , and also the z motor plastics , because this part is replaced by acrylic , then others are the same . there are many parts for this , sometimes it is possible some got problems. if so , please feel free to contact for tech support !! Product Features (1)We have made necessary design to prevent “jammed” problem. (2) Print area : 200m*200mm*200mm (3)Compatible with ABS and PLA 1.75mm. (4)We not just sell them, we also provide good after-sales service, so welcome to discuss with us, we will try to do technical support as much as we can. (5) test video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-MTabg3bYw&feature=youtu.be

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package list :

mechanical parts:

1. arcrylic frome kit ( screws & nuts included )

2. smooth and threaded kit ( nuts & washer included )

3. printed plastic kit , made of PLA. ( screws & nuts included )

please notice : plastic parts have some standard error , so you might need to drill it with tools.

4. 2 pcs of GT2 pulley + GT2 2m belt. ( for x & y axis movement )

5. 12 pcs LM8UU bearings. ( for linear movement )

6. 4 pcs MF1045 bearings ( for belt )

7. 2 pcs coupling ( for z axis )

electronics parts :

8. 1 pcs ramps 1.4

9. 1 pcs arduino-compatible mega 2560 with USB cable

10. 5 pcs A4988 driver with heatsink

11. LCD 2004 controller

12. smart adapter + ribbon cable

13. MK8 extruder + hotend with Fan. ( default is for 1.75mm filament 0.4mm nozzle )

14. 6 pcs endstop with cable

15. 5 pcs Nema 17 motors ( one is already attached to MK8 extruder )

16. MK3 heat bed with springs

17. 12v 10A power supply (not pictured)

18. a bunch of nylon ties

for the manual , you can go to here to check . http://reprap.org/wiki/Prusa_i3_Build_Manual ( some might not be exactly the same , because we upgrade some items design , but as a DIYer , you should be easy to figure out how it is done , or just contact us , we will let you know)

basically the difference is the acrylic frame , and also the z motor plastics , because this part is replaced by acrylic , then others are the same .

there are many parts for this , sometimes it is possible some got problems.

if so , please feel free to contact for tech support !!

Product Features

  • (1)We have made necessary design to prevent “jammed” problem.
  • (2) Print area : 200m*200mm*200mm
  • (3)Compatible with ABS and PLA 1.75mm.
  • (4)We not just sell them, we also provide good after-sales service, so welcome to discuss with us, we will try to do technical support as much as we can.
  • (5) test video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-MTabg3bYw&feature=youtu.be

Comments

Bobby says:

Good for the price I purchased this kit from Sintron from an outlet other than Amazon that starts with an ā€œeā€. I too received the prompt from Sintron to post a review but because many people use amazon for reviews I thought I would put my 2 cents in for their product so the next person knows what they are getting into.Pros:- Print quality is good, but what do I know, this is my first 3D printer- I have yet to have a jam printing PLA or ABS- Good communication from the company, but you will need to be very detailed and send photos if possible- Being that it was a kit I expected it to be harder to put together than it was.- There are a number of resources available for building the PRUSA I3 as well as a strong community for support outside SINTRONThings to be aware of:-The end stop clips were week on mine and broke quite easily while fiddling with calibration (Print the clips as test prints so you have a couple backups)- The end…

Evan P Thomas says:

Good printer for DIYers This kit is for people who have some experience with electronics or are willing to do a little homework to understand. I had little experience but read a few articles on the reprap wiki and was good to go. I highly suggest that you get a decent digital multi-meter which you will need to calibrate the power supply (mine was just slightly off from being at 12v) and to calibrate the stepper drivers. If you don’t calibrate the drivers, the motors will run slow, too hot, or not at all. You will also need a good pair of wire strippers as some of the wires don’t have connectors for the ramps board (there were more with the proper connectors in the box) and the wire for the fan was a bit short so I added some length to it. You will also need a soldering iron to wire up the heat bed (be sure to test the resistance on the bed to make sure its not too high or the bed won’t heat properly) which isn’t hard but I recommend watching a few tutorial videos if it is your first time. The last specialty…

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