Geeetech I3 Pro C, Dual Extruder,double Head,reprap Pursa I3 3d Printer,two-color Printing, High Resolution



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$488.00



The Geeetech i3 pro C is a dual extruder 3D printer with laser-cut acrylic frame. Newly designed control system-GT2560 3D printer control board, a perfect combination of Arduino Mega2560+Ultimaker, making 3D printing faster and easier.

Upgrading a Prusa i3 use two colors or materials always seemed complicated, but we make it so simple thanks to our optimized design of both hardware and software. Now with the dual-extruder, you can print a single two-color object, or you can print two objects in one print job, each made from a different color. You can also print one single-color object, as with other single-extruder 3D printers. Or you can use one extruder for infill or support. The 2 extruder motor pushes filament through 2 head separately, so mixing colors printing is not applicable for the moment.

You can also use the control panel to print directly from the printer’s SD card slot. You will need a computer to load design files directly onto the SD card, but once those files are on there, you can print from with no PC attached. As a consumer-level 3D printer, this dual-extruder i3 printer totally deserves your choice.

Printing specifications:

Print technology: Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).

Build volume: 200 x200x180mm

Layer resolution: 0.1-0.3mm

Positioning Precision: 0.1-0.3mm

Filament diameter: 1.75mm

Nozzle diameter: 0.3mm,0.35mm,0.4mm,0.5mm(optional)

Extruder: 2

Filament type: ABS/ PLA

Software:

Operating system: Windows/Mac/Linux

Control software: Repetier-Host, Printrun

File format: .STL, G-code

Temperature:

Max heated bed temperature: about 110°C

Max extruder temperature: about 240°C

Electrical:

Power supply:

Input: 115V/1.5A or 230V/0.75A

Output:DC12V/0-15A

Connectivity: USB, SD card (support off-line printing)o maintain the garage-built feel and the handmade charms, I3 pro C is also a build-it-yourself kit, which provide you an unforgettable step-by-step learning experience of 3D printer