Geeetech A10 3D Printer
£ 225 .00
- Build Volume: 220*220*260
- Software: Repetier-Host, EasyPrint 3D, Cura
- Filament: PLA
- Printing technology: FDM
- Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
- Printing accuracy: 0.1 - 0.2 mm
- Screen: LCD display
If you buy this product 30% of the profit will be donated to Eworld Kids Foundation
The Geeetech A10 educational 3D printer will ensure precision and accuracy without breaking the bank. It can be used for both individual use and as a learning tool in various educational environments, so the students can learn more about the physics, chemistry and engineering behind 3D printing and be familiar with the basic principles of putting a 3D printer together. This device comes with a printing volume of 220-220-260mm, which is enough to spark a beginner’s interest and give them the opportunity to test their imagination. The extruder is built in a way that prevents it from overheating, thus ensuring better filament flow and distribution. The Geeetech A10 uses several filaments, such as PETG, PLA, ABS, Flexible PLA, etc. It works with Windows, Linux and Mac for everyone’s convenience.
- The Geeetech A10 3D printer is a great catch in a hunt for cost-effective solutions and provides great precision and accuracy.
Easy to assemble
- The device is easy enough to assemble, which makes it great for demo classes and beginners in general.
Open Source control board
- This feature is an excellent opportunity for the users to up their game and use various upgrades while also learning to install them correctly.
Printing accuracy of 0.1 mm
- Open Source control board and ability to connect to wifi makes the operation of this 3D printer just a joy. Plus, you can download the app and your 3D printer gets a remote control. With self-developed EasyPrint 3D Software allows you to upgrade your firmware and new updates are just a click away
Wheels and rails
- The special V-shaped wheels and rails make sure the parts slide smoothly without any extra friction, which contributes to smoother and cleaner results.
USB and SD card
- The Geeetech A10 has both options for the user’s convenience so that you can connect to the computer as well as work autonomically, in both on and offline modes.
- LCD Display Kit
- Filament Holder Kit
- SD Card
- Tool Kit
- Hexagonal Socket Head Cap Screws x4
- Spring Washers M5 x4
- Cup Head Hexagonal Screws M5*10mm x2
- Cup Head Hexagonal Screws M4*20mm x2
- Ejection Pin x2
- Zip Ties x20
- Mouse Pad
- Starter Filament
- USB Cable
- Power Cord
- Spare Nozzle
180 mm/s (max)
PLA, ABS, nylon, wood polymers, etc
|Max temp for hotbed
|Max temp for extruder
Windows, MAC, Linux
EasyPrint 3D, Repetier-Host, Simplify 3D, Cura, Slic3r, etc.
EasyPrint 3D App (with an optional 3D WiFi module)
Input: 115V/230V Output: DC 24V, 360W
Wi-Fi (with an optional 3D WiFi module), USB,sd card
478 x 413 x 485mm³
|Shipping box Dimension
500 x 470 x310 mm³
|Machine Net weight
|Machine Gross weight
Sticker with aluminum Platform
Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is the technology where a three-dimensional object is being printed, layer by layer from a CAD model. Each 3D printer operates with special software, and the 3D models to print can be either downloaded or designed.
There are many different ways to carry out the printing process itself. The main distinctive feature between different printers and technologies is the thickness layer - the thinner the layer, the better and smoother the end product. The difference may be between a couple of millimetres to a couple of microns.
There are many areas of use for a 3D printer, from creating a home decore to education and industries. When it comes to industries, a 3D printer can innovate the production process of individual parts, bringing new materials to light and lifting the level of quality.
3D printers can easily be used by tech-fans, people who like building models, cars, aeroplanes, and others, and also by those who see it as a fun hobby. Most intricate models, the smallest parts, and complicated shapes can be printed.
Many various 3D printing processes exist. The first one ever created was SLA. However, the most commonly used one today, especially for educational and home use purposes as a desktop printer is the FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling). They are comparatively cheap and easy to use, hence their overwhelming popularity.
The most commonly used materials are plastics that include PETG, ABS, and PLA. Of course, many other materials can be used in 3D printing with FDM technology; however, their use depends on the printer itself and its ability to process them.
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