LulzBot Mini 3D Printer

LulzBot Mini 3D Printer

LulzBot Mini 3D Printer

B&H # LUKTPR0035NA MFR # KT-PR0035NA
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Product Highlights

  • Print Area: 6.0 x 6.0 x 6.2"
  • Print Volume: 223 in³
  • Single Extruder Nozzle
  • Print Speed: up to 275mm/s
  • Uses ABS, PLA, HIPS, PVA Filament & More
  • Uses 3.0mm Filament
  • Print from USB
  • Heated Borosilicate Glass PEI Print Bed
  • Open Print Chamber
  • Multi-Software Compatible
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  • 1Description

Created for home users, makers, designers, engineers, architects, and anyone else looking for a user-friendly desktop 3D printer, the Mini 3D Printer from LulzBot features a print area of 6.0 x 6.0 x 6.2"; a print volume of 223 in3; a top print speed of 275mm/s at a layer height of 0.18mm; features a layer thickness of 2.0 to 19.7 mil; uses 3mm ABS, PLA, HIPS, PVA, wood-filled filaments, Polyester (Tritan), PETT, bronze- and copper-filled filaments, Polycarbonate, Nylon, PETG, conductive PLA and ABS, UV luminescent filaments, PCTPE, PC-ABS, Alloy 910, and more; and is equipped with a single extruder nozzle and a heated borosilicate glass printing bed that is covered with a PEI print surface.

The LulzBot Mini 3D Printer prints via its USB Type-B port. It operates using a 100-240 VAC auto-switching power supply and features a tool head temperature of up to 572°F and a heated print bed temperature of up to 248°F. Included are five replacement wiper pads, a 2mm Allen wrench, tweezers, a dental pick, a flathead bristle brush, a part removal knife (clam knife), a USB drive with source files, and a USB and power cable. Please note that the USB cable must be connected to operate this machine.

General Features

Multi-Software Compatible
The Mini 3D Printer is compatible with a number of 3D printing software programs. Cura LulzBot Edition comes standard, and other compatible software includes OctoPrint, BotQueue, Slic3r, Printrun, MatterControl, and many more.
Discouraged Materials
Printing with carbon fiber filaments is not recommended at this time because carbon fiber filaments can degrade both the nozzle and hot end of the LulzBot Mini tool head.
In the Box
LulzBot Mini 3D Printer
  • USB & Power Cable
  • USB Drive with Source Files
  • LulzBot Mini Reference Poster
  • 5 x Replacement Wiper Pads
  • 2mm Allen Wrench
  • Tweezers
  • Dental Pick
  • Flathead Bristle Brush
  • Part Removal Knife (Clam Knife)
  • Limited 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Limited 1-Year Customer Support
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Printer
    Print Technology Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Build Volume 6.0 x 6.0 x 6.2" / 15.2 x 15.2 x 15.7 cm
    Cubic Build Volume 223 in³ / 3654 cm³
    Layer Resolution (XY Axis) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Z Axis Resolution 2.0 microns / 0.05 mm
    19.7 microns / 0.5 mm
    Number of Extruders 1
    Extendable Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Extruder Nozzle Diameter Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Extruder Nozzle Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Print Speed Maximum: 275 mm/s
    Filament Diameter 3.0 mm
    Filament Compatibility ABS, Nylon, PC-ABS, PET, PLA, PVA
    Enclosure
    Build Area Open
    Filament Spool Storage External
    Camera No
    Scanner No
    Build Plate
    Composition Borosilicate Glass
    Magnetic No
    Heated Yes
    Build Plate Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Leveling Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Connectivity
    USB 3.0 Ports Not Specified by Manufacturer
    USB 2.0 Ports Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Ethernet Ports None
    Memory Card Slot None
    Supported Wi-Fi Standards None
    Mobile App Connectivity No
    Software
    Printer Supported 3D File Types Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Software Supported 3D File Types Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Mac OS X Compatibility Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Windows Compatibility Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Linux Compatibility Not Specified by Manufacturer
    iOS Compatibility None
    Android Compatibility None
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    Power Requirements 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Operating Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Operating Humidity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Storage Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Storage Humidity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 17.1 x 13.4 x 15.2" / 434.34 x 340.36 x 386.08 mm
    Weight 18.85 lb / 8.55 kg
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    Package Weight 27.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 22.25 x 20.0 x 17.5"
    Mini 3D Printer is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far.....really excellent I have only had the Lulzbot Mini 3D for a couple of weeks, so I can't comment on its long term reliability. However, the unit appears to be extremely well made. Those responsible for both the design and manufacture of the Mini appear to have striven hard to produce a well thought out and rugged 3D printer. It is essentially "plug-and-play", straight out of the box. The necessary software (Cura) can be either downloaded or is available on the included memory stick. Of course, it is always best to download as you can then be sure of the latest version. Before buying the Mini I had tried several other 3D printers at the local library, but decided in favor of this one, and I am glad that I did. Initially I wondered if requiring the Mini to be tethered to a computer (PC, Mac, etc) would be a disadvantage. Others I had used could be operated directly after the printable file had first been saved to an SD card. Now, I realize that "tethering" is an advantage, as in place of a tiny LCD screen and limited information, you can follow the Mini's progress on the "big screen." (Lulzbot tell me that they are releasing a remote screen as an add-on to the Mini later this year. Questions I emailed to Lulzbot were invariably answered fully within the hour). So far I have only printed in PLA and ABS (budget priced filaments bought from MicroCenter, brand = Inland) without any problems. I understand that the Mini can print using 3mm or 2.85mm filament. Not surprising as 3mm is often labelled 2.85mm and vise verse. Better still I read that people have uses 1.75mm filament with no problems at all. Just be sure to select the correct filament diameter on the printer setup page. So how do I use it? I design the part on my iMac in Tinkercad or Blender and save it as an .stl file. Call up the Cura-Lulzbot software (comes with the printer), select my previously saved .stl file, hold down Command (Control if you have a PC), and hit P, (P for Print!). That's it! Once the part is finished, the extrusion head parks itself and the table moves back and starts to cool. After 5 to 10 minutes the part has cooled to the required removal temperature and the table moves forward presenting the part so it can be taken off. If you are not available to remove the part, then the table maintains the ideal temperature until you return. The definition on the parts appears to be significantly better than on the other units I had used in the library. In short: well worth the money.
    Date published: 2018-01-30
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