I recently needed to replace the China made generic build surface on my Monoprice Duplicator I3 V2 3D printer. First let me say I do not work for GeckoTek and I not being paid in any way by them for my opinion. The sheet of GeckoTek in this review was purchased by me with my own funds. While considering on what to replace it with I caught a review by the JATMN on his YouTube channel. I was very impressed with the review and so I decided to purchase a sheet and try it. GeckoTek is the name of the company and they specialize in hot, cold and magnetic base surfaces for filament such as ABS, PLA, PETG, Nylon, Composites. I have used Buildtek in the past and will discuss the differences in the two surfaces next. Their surfaces come in a wide range of sizes and are easily trimmed to fit your build plate. I bought the 200×210 and didn’t have to trim anything, it fit perfect.
The Monoprice Duplicator I3 V2 is a 3D printer in the flavor of Reprap Prusa i3. In this article I will be presenting my review experience with the Monoprice Duplicator I3. I will also share the pros and cons of this machine and why I continue to rely on it as my go to printer. First please understand that I do not work for or represent Monoprice, Wanhao or any clone company with this printer for sale. My review of this printer are my own and I have not been influenced by any manufacturer or retailer.
More printers are being released with Wi-Fi as a feature, but many have printers without Wi-Fi. So, wouldn’t it be nice if you could add Wi-Fi to your printer? Problem: I have three MonoPrice Duplicator i3s in my garage. When I print to them I must place my .gcode file on a mini SD stick and then run it to the garage to print the file. Lets use Octopi
This is going to be the 3D Printer Unboxing and first look at Wanhao’s new Duplicator 7 3D resin printer. This is a pre sale model purchased directly from Wanhao for £415 delivered to the UK. Specs: Max printable area 120*68*200mm(L*W*H) Resin Type 395nm uv resin Software Creation Workshop Resolution […]