Mingda D2 3D Printer
£ 520 .00
- Build Volume: 230*230*260
- Slicing Software: Cura, Repetier - Host, Simplify3D
- Printing technology: FDM
- Printing speed: 20 - 60 mm/h
- Printing accuracy: 0.1 mm
- Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
- Printing material: PLA, ABS, Wood, etc.
If you buy this product 30% of the profit will be donated to Eworld Kids Foundation
This model is ideal for high-precision printing and provides stable quality with a variety of different filaments, such as PLA, ABS, Wood, Nylon, etc. The Mingda D2 3D printer has a printing volume of 230-230-260mm, which is ideal for educational purposes as well as individual use. The set up requires only a few adjustments, and the best professional 3D printer will be ready to bring all ideas to life. These 3D printer models have a metal body, which provides stability, ensures their accuracy, and gives the opportunity to print intricate objects at home. The Mingda D2 3D printer can easily make household items, medical models, miniatures, decor elements, etc. Besides, this model features a high-quality copper nozzle, which superbly controls the material flow and eliminates the possibility of accidental spill or overflow.
- Despite the seemingly tricky construction, this model is fairly easy to assemble and operate. This is a great advantage while working in the classroom.
Colour touch screen
- Mingda D2 features a high-quality HD Color Touch screen that makes the device easier and definitely more fun to operate.
- This wonderful feature will come in handy in case the material has a flow brake at any point or simply ran out. The device will give out a warning and stop, thus eliminating the possibility of damage to the model itself and saving time in the process.
Resume printing function
- This function provides a great advantage in emergencies when the power supply is faulty for any reason. The model will not be damaged, and there will be no need to start over. The device can simply pick up where it left off and continue from the last functioning point.
- The proximal extruder is explicitly constructed to ensure back pumping accuracy, which gives this model the precision it needs for high-quality printing.
SD card slot and USB
- By having both these options at hand, this 3D printer allows the user to work offline and store all the necessary files in a comfortable and accessible way.
- Filament Rack
- Power Cable
- SD Card
- Cutting Pliers
- Socket Wrench
- Teflon Tube
- Allen Wrenches
- Card Reader
- USB Cable
Conventional 0.4 mm
|Heat Bed Temperature
Stl, Obj, Gcode
Cura, Repetier Host, Simplify 3d
|Power Supply Parameter
Input 110/220V Output 24VDC 360W 15A
PLA, ABS Flexible, Wood, Cooper, Gradient color filament, etc.
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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