Reprapguru Prusa I3 V2 - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Reprapguru Prusa I3 V2

Reprapguru Prusa I3 V2
$349.99 View deals
Price updated 87 days ago

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Details
  • Usa customer tech support
  • No soldering, cutting or drilling
  • Borosilicate heat bed glass & 2004 LCD included
  • Impressive 8"x8"x7" build area
  • Can run 110v or 220v (comes with 110v US cord)
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Size
Weight

15 lbs
 
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  • 20 lbs - Clear
  • 15 lbs - Black
Dimensions
1.4 x 1.5 x 1.4 ft
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  • 1.4 x 1.5 x 1.4 ft - Clear
Release Date
12 Mar 2017
Brand
REPRAPGURU, Reprap Guru
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Key features
  • USA Customer Tech Support
  • Borosilicate Heat Bed Glass
  • 2004 LCD
  • 8"x8"x7" Build Area
  • 110V/220V
  • 110V US Cord
  • 15 lbs

Reprapguru Prusa I3 V2 is a very popular and one of the cheaper options. It's in the top 3 bestselling 3D printers and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Giantarm Mecreator 2 or Anycubic Linear Plus .

Reprapguru Prusa I3 V2 was released last year in March. There are more than 5 newer 3D printers on the market. Show newer 3D Printers

Reprapguru Prusa I3 V2 is $90 less expensive than an average 3D printer ($439.99).

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Can the Qidi X-Pro print with nylon?
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Which one is better?
Geetech MeCreator 2 or Qidi X-one
Related: Qidi X-one, Giantarm Mecreator 2, 3D Printers | Submitted by Lee Jeans 144 days ago

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So I'm in the market for a fairly cheap printer in the $264-$512 range. I have worked with Makerbot printers before and found them to be relatively simple and easy to use but now I'm unable to use someone else's printers so I need a cheap effective printer that will also be compatible with a linux operating pc. Specifically I'm using LinuxMint and would very much appreciate a printer that I have control over which is why I'm not too enthused about the Da Vinci 1.0, other than obviously the simplicity and price. My question is: With a linux computer which 3D printer in my price range will be ideal that still allows me to be in control.
Related: Printrbot Assembled Simple, XYZprinting Da Vinci 1.0, 3D Printers | Submitted by anonymous 195 days ago

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Which Reprap Prusa i3 3d printer is best among Anet a8 vs. Flsun Prusa i3 DIY
Related: Anet A8, Flsun Prusa i3 DIY, 3D Printers | Submitted by anonymous 254 days ago

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Hi All
Keen to buy a printer.
The Robo 3d R1 plus looks great for performance, price and build area but I would prefer something that isn't so reliant on a pc to run. Any other obvious options? Many thanks. Mark.
Related: ROBO 3D R1 Plus, 3D Printers | Submitted by anonymous 255 days ago

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