Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer with Heated Build Plate, Includes Micro SD Card and Sample PLA Filament – 115365

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P.when(“ReplacementPartsBulletLoader”).execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) Support for All Filament Types: The heated build plate and wide range of extruder temperatures allow this printer to work with any type of filament, from basic filaments, such as ABS and PLA, to more advanced materials, such as conductive PLA, wood and metal composites, or dissolvable PVA.
Monoprice Quality Assurance/Technical Assistance: Live chat Mon through Fri 6am – 6pm PST | Phone at 877-271-2592 Mon through Fri 6am – 5pm PST.
Compact Desktop Design: Featuring a small footprint and basic, open frame design, this 3D printer is compact enough for any desk.
Ready to Print: Unlike most other low-cost 3D printers, this printer ships fully assembled and has already been calibrated at the factory. We even include sample PLA filament and a MicroSD card with preinstalled models, so you can start printing right out of the box!
Sample Filament diameter- 1.75mm, Filament size spool/sample- about 10ft. One sample print, Filament Color- natural/clear
Heated aluminum build plate nozzle cooling fan for printing all filament types. Complete kit with sample PLA filament, bed scraper, and MicroSD card with preloaded model files. Micro USB and MicroSD card connectivity. PC and Mac compatible. Compatible with Cura, Repetier, and other software
KINDLY REFER USER MANUAL BEFORE USE.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    ... I just received this printer and so far it's amazing! However I've noticed some people on youtube or ... |

    Ok I just received this printer and so far it's amazing! However I've noticed some people on youtube or other places that shows them having a bit of trouble setting it up so if you're planning on getting this printer use the following steps to have an awesome experience. 0.) Order a spool of Hatchbox 1.75mm Filament to either arrive before or at the same time as the printer. (The sample PLA included isn't enough for anything) 1.) The VERY first thing you do is use an X-acto knife to cut away the corners of masking tape covering the bed screws! LIKE I SAID THE VERY VERY FIRST THING! 2.) Use the provided Allen Key to lower the bed at each corner TWO full turns! 3.) Remove the tape from the hot end (NOT THE YELLOW TAPE AT THE NOZZLE) but the one that holds the hot end in place for shipping 4.) Plug in the power supply and turn it on 5.) Navigate to "Move>Home" and home the printer and guess what? The nozzle won't dig it's way into the print bed because what? YES we lowered the bed first! 6.) TURN THE PRINTER OFF! 7.)Now use a strip of regular typing paper and gradually start to raise each corner while checking the tension on the paper until you feel some resistance but not too much. In other words like a guitar we tune up not down! 8.) DO NOT UPDATE THE FIRMWARE UNLESS YOU NEED TO TO TROUBLESHOOT LATER ( In spite of what some gurus say on youtube) 9.) Take your SD card, load a test Gcode from Thingiverse (Print something you'll actually use like the New Dial for the MP select mini on thingiverse) it takes 26 minutes to print (NOT THE CAT! it takes too long!) 10.) After each print leave the filament in the nozzle and never try to pull it out once it cools because you'll break the hotend! To switch filament (Empty spool or different color) Preheat to 210 wait for it to reach that temp, extrude a little bit and then pull it out from up top) I wish this info was put together in one place like this when I was reading reviews, It took me like 4 weeks to gather all the steps. Now stop thinking about it and just order it!, a year ago you'd have to spend $500 to get a printer this good
  2. 4 out of 5

    A print comparison |

    Red robot = $2700 3D printer Black robot = $200 3D printer (this one) I'm stunned that you can now buy a 3D printer for $200 and get this good of a result!
  3. 4 out of 5

    Must have for beginners. Perfect gift for students just learning. |

    Received this printer on Friday afternoon, within an hour I had it unboxed and calibrated, within two hours I read up on all the instructions and started using up the sample filament on the sample print that came on the MicroSD. Unfortunately the sample filament is only enough to complete about 25% of the lucky cat that comes on the gcode, but omg is it beautiful. For a printer that is so affordable and easy to setup the quality is pretty impressive. I would only recommend they put a different gcode that can be printed with the sample filament, or include more. I received my 1kg role yesterday and printed the full lucky cat and a holder for my arduino uno board... about to setup another print overnight and let it spin. Pros: - Very clean and sleek design, looks beautiful on a work desk. - Light weight -small footprint -easy navigation controls -intuitive menus (everything behaves exactly the way you'd expect, no confusing menu system) -once calibrated, just works -not noticeable from a room over as far as noise. (had to check up on it out of paranoia that it had stopped printing) - Quality prints... Just look at my pictures. Yes it is only 100 microns but for this price range, heated bed, and wide range of filaments... I was able to print a beautiful lucky cat with the little overhanging paws, and the words on the front without any issue. There was only a slight bit of slop on his left paw on the bottom but it took me all of 30 seconds to cut it off with an exacto knife. Cons: - manual calibration sort of a pain (once set, it's solid. read instructions and do the first minute or so of the lucky cat as stated and cancel the print, just to make sure. I had no issues and didn't cancel and just let it fly.) - a bit on the slower end... cura said 2 hours 16 minutes, actual print time more like 2 hours and 50 minutes. - small build frame at ~ 4.7 inches length and width. (but more than enough for most projects i'm interested in undertaking, and especially if geared for beginners. - the loading mechanism at the top, and not near the extruder end. This made for an awkward change out, I accidentally ran past the feed mechanism with the sample and tried backing it out manually and it snapped the filament... so I just loaded the new filament and hoped it would push the sample through... I even went ahead and started the lucky cat... the printer just ran with it and there was enough to do the raft then it transitioned right into the new color without issue. I was pleasantly surprised... so while i'd like to see the feed closer to the extruder I can see why they did it for keeping the machine simple and easy to use for beginners. - not sure why a spinning selection button, i would have preferred just left and right buttons. Works the same either way, just make sure you press center to select and not accidentally spin/select and do something you weren't trying to do. All in all 5 stars because this far exceeded my expectations.
  4. 4 out of 5

    Wonderful quality for the price and is just printing perfectly |

    Wonderful quality for the price and is just printing perfectly. The mechanics are very precise and the assembled structure is giving you the possibility to print our of the...
  5. 4 out of 5

    I was able to get 3 good prints until the clogging started |

    I purchased this model last year and have had nothing but problems from the start. I was able to get 3 good prints until the clogging started.
  6. 4 out of 5

    Not much money for lots of fun! |

    Great little printer... so far several prints and no issues. For the money it's a great deal.
  7. 4 out of 5

    should work fine. |

    Works well, setting up the bed height was a bit tricky but once you get it, should work fine.
  8. 4 out of 5

    The SD card that was included was corrupted. Files ... |

    The SD card that was included was corrupted. Files could be read from it but would be written incorrectly every time.
  9. 4 out of 5

    Five Stars |

    Excellent 3D printer for the buck. Very useful for scale model building and printing parts
  10. 4 out of 5

    This is a great printer for the price |

    I waited to review this product so I could give a review after putting it to wok and seeing how it held up. This is a great printer for the price.
  11. 4 out of 5

    Awesome.... I know... |

    I bought three of these units to incorporate into an Intro to Engineering course that we are creating.
  12. 4 out of 5

    WARNING - Oh No. Short MTBF?? Also Ordered Different printer and arrived DOA. Read!!! |

    Owned product for 5-6 weeks. Various issues. Very thin build plate. Warping of parts. Every abs part is warped. ABS difficult to achieve. Some less noticeable warping with PLA.
  13. 4 out of 5

    GREAT INTRODUCTION TO 3D PRINTING |

    Great entry level unit or ONLY unit if you only need to print small things. Very strong support group with functions such as wireless which are not even advertised.