Monoprice Maker Select V2 - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Monoprice Maker Select V2

$317.64 View deals
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Key features
  • Heated Build Plate
  • 2 Gb Micro Sd Card
  • Sample PLA Filament
  • Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux Compatible
  • 8 x 8" build plate
  • 7" vertical spacing
  • Micro SD card slot
  • 1.4 oz

Monoprice Maker Select V2 is a very popular and one of the cheaper options. It has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Monoprice Maker Select Plus or Hictop 3DP-18 .

Monoprice Maker Select V2 was released last year in October. There more than 5 newer 3D printers on the market. Show newer 3D Printers

Monoprice Maker Select V2 is $50.36 less expensive than an average 3D printer ($368).

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Details
  • Includes Heated Build Plate, 2 Gb Micro Sd Card and Sample PLA Filament. Compatible softwares: Such as Cure, Repeater, or Simplify 3D, the Maker Select is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
  • Quality Assurance/Technical Assistance: Live chat at Monoprice.com Mon through Fri 6am - 6pm PST | Email at tech@monoprice.com | Phone at 877-271-2592 Mon through Fri 6am - 5pm PST.
  • Large volume: The large 8 x 8 inches build plate and generous 7 inches vertical spacing means that you can print larger, more complex models
  • Heated build plate: The heated build plate allows you to print slower cooling materials, such as ABS and modified ABS, as well as PLA and PLA blends
  • Micro SD card slot: Use a micro SD card to store sliced G Code files, then plug the card into the micro SD card slot to print without the need to connect to a Windows or Mac PC
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Black
Size
Weight

1.1 oz
 
Show weights for other variations
  • 1.1 oz - Maker Select V2
  • 40 lbs - Maker Select Ultimate
  • 1.8 lbs - Maker Select Plus
Dimensions
1.6 ft x 1.6 ft x 11 inches
Show dimensions for other variations
  • 1.6 ft x 1.6 ft x 11 inches - Maker Select V2
  • 1.8 x 1.4 x 1.5 ft - Maker Select Ultimate
  • 1.7 ft x 1.6 ft x 11 inches - Maker Select Plus
Release Date
3 Oct 2016
Brand
Monoprice
Warranty
1
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HI I am looking at the flshforge creator pro and the QIDI, Are they really the same or almost the same? same performance?
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Submitted 62 days ago
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Hello there,

These two machines are pretty similar - here is an article that compares them side by side:

https://reviewfinder.com/blog/flashforge-creator-pro-vs-qidi-technology-i-3dp-qda16-01-differences-reviews-pros-and-cons-compared

Overall, the main difference is that the Flashforge has a larger flash size and it also has some decorative LED lights that look neat while printing.

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I have the 3DWOX. Mostly happy with it. Prints better with each piece. However, when loading a cartridge we continually get "Notification (487) Remove cartridge. Is there any remaining filaments in the the tube or on the entrance of filament insertion (front of printer)". I've removed and reinstalled cartridge a dozen times, cleaned nozzle, etc., etc., etc. Sometimes it will finally accept the filament, sometimes it won't. Pretty frustrating especially when I love the results when it eventually prints.
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recommendations for an entry level 3D printer for a media production class
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Makerbot or Dremel?
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Hi! I am looking to build a small working prototype of my idea. I was first looking at a CNC machine and building the main components of my idea with wood. Just last weekend I discovered the "3D printers" -- it looks like I can build strong pieces with plastic, too. Am I right? What 3D printer would you recommend? Right, now, I am looking at the RoBo R1 Plus because it looks like it has a lot of followers.
Submitted 220 days ago
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QIDI TECH is the best for the purchase It is dual extruder and support both ABS and PLA filaments

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