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Review Monoprice Voxel Pro Enclosed 3D Printer DIY with Touchscreen Interface, Auto Leveling, Large Build Area 200 x 200 x 250 mm, Built in 720p Camera for Live Print Monitoring, and Easy Wi Fi Setup

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Details: Monoprice Voxel Pro Enclosed 3D Printer DIY with Touchscreen Interface, Auto Leveling, Large Build Area 200 x 200 x 250 mm, Built in 720p Camera for Live Print Monitoring, and Easy Wi Fi Setup

Brand: Monoprice

review Monoprice Voxel Pro Enclosed 3D Printer DIY with Touchscreen Interface, Auto Leveling, Large Build Area 200 x 200 x 250 mm, Built in 720p Camera for Live Print Monitoring, and Easy Wi Fi Setup

The Monoprice Voxel Pro Enclosed 3D Printer is the latest in the popular Voxel family of Monoprice 3D printers. It features a large 200 x 200 x 250 mm build area, which allows you to print larger models or even multiple small models, saving time from setting up and performing individual prints for each model. It is fully enclosed and features a HEPA air filter, ensuring a constant and controlled printing environment, without dust or other airborne particles to cause printing errors or irregularities. The touchscreen user interface makes it easy to setup Wi Fi for live print monitoring using the built in 720p camera. The filament compartment is large enough to accommodate the larger 5kg filament spools, as well as the standard 1.5kg spools.

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • Large Build Area: The large 200 x 200 x 250 mm build area which allows you to print larger models than the original Voxel 3D Printer. You can even print multiple small models, saving the time of setting up and performing individual prints for each smaller model.
  • HEPA Air Filter: The HEPA filter prevents dust and other airborne particles that can cause error or other print irregularities from getting to the printing environment.
  • Quick Change Nozzle: The print head features a quick change nozzle, allowing you easily to swap the default nozzle with the included spare nozzle. This allows you to print at higher temperatures or to defer cleaning a clogged nozzle to a later time.
  • Built In Camera: The built in 720p camera and the included MP FlashPrint software allows you to monitor your prints in real time.

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Monoprice Voxel Pro Enclosed 3D Printer DIY with Touchscreen Interface, Auto Leveling, Large Build Area 200 x 200 x 250 mm, Built in 720p Camera for Live Print Monitoring, and Easy Wi Fi Setup

review Monoprice Voxel Pro Enclosed 3D Printer DIY with Touchscreen Interface, Auto Leveling, Large Build Area 200 x 200 x 250 mm, Built in 720p Camera for Live Print Monitoring, and Easy Wi Fi Setup

Buyer Guide 3D Printers

 A 3D printer is a machine that allows you to create three-dimensional objects from a digital file or from a 3D model.

  • Price. The price ranges from $300 for an entry-level printer to $5,000 for an industrial printer.
  • Print Speed. The print speed is the amount of time it takes to print a 3D object. The print speed varies with the printer model, but the average is 0.2 to 0.4 seconds per layer.
  • Resolution. The resolution is the number of points per inch (PPI). The higher the resolution, the more detailed the 3D object will be. The higher the resolution, the more detailed the 3D object will be.
  • Nozzle size. The nozzle size indicates the size of the nozzle used. The nozzle size on entry-level printers is 0.4 mm and goes to 0.3 mm on professional printers.
  • Materials. There are many types of 3D prints. The most common is PLA, which is approved by the ABS standards.
  • Filament. The filament is the material that goes into the nozzle of the printer. The filament comes in various colors and is typically sold in 1.75-gallon spools.

How to choose 3D Printers

When shopping for a 3D printer, there are a couple of key factors to keep in mind:

  • How easy is the 3D printer to use? Buying a 3D printer can be intimidating, particularly if you’re not familiar with how it works. When choosing a printer, look for one that has a clear instruction manual, as well as clear and detailed guides online. Also, consider whether the 3D printer comes with software or is compatible with other platforms.
  • Does the 3D printer work right? 3D printers aren’t cheap. Before you buy a 3D printer, it’s important to test it out and make sure it works right. Most 3D printers come with either an SD card or a USB flash drive, so it’s a good idea to download and test the 3D printer’s software before committing to the purchase.

How to maintain 3D Printers

 You probably already know that 3D printers are handy little devices. However, did you know that maintaining your 3D printer is just as important? You can have the best-quality printer on the market, but if you don’t take the time to maintain it, it won’t last long.

  • Clean the print bed regularly. The bed is the part of the printer that holds the object to be printed. If the bed isn’t properly cleaned, your print may not come out as clean as you would like. Make sure the print bed is cleaned at least once a week, and more frequently as needed. Also, make sure you clean the print bed with warm, soapy water.
  • Use a filament conditioner. Filament conditioners help clean the extruder and nozzle of the printer. They also help remove clogs from the extruder and help clean the filament when the print is done.
  • Use an ultrasonic cleaner. Ultrasonic cleaners can be used to clean the break and nozzle of the printer. Ultrasonic cleaners can also be used to clean printer accessories, including filaments.
  • Use a filament dryer. Filament dryers help remove moisture from the nozzle and print head, helping to prevent clogs.
  • Use an air compressor to blow out the filament. If your printer filament is stiff or thick, you may want to use a compressor to blow the filament out to remove moisture.
  • Use rubbing alcohol and cotton swabs to clean the print head. Sometimes, the filament can bend and clog your print head. To clean this area, mix 5% rubbing alcohol with cotton swabs, and gently clean the print head.