Dual Extrusion 1.75mm ABS/PLA/PVA 3D Printer - Black Metal Housing (Rev.1)
    Product # 11614
    Dual Extrusion 1.75mm ABS/PLA/PVA 3D Printer - Black Metal Housing (Rev.1)
    Product # 11614
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    Dual Extrusion 1.75mm ABS/PLA/PVA 3D Printer - Black Metal Housing (Rev.1)

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    Join the 3D printing revolution with this Dual Extrusion 3D Printer from Monoprice!

    3D printing is the hot ticket now, primarily because it allows you to cheaply produce a design prototype prior to manufacture and, as can be seen from news reports, even make finished, usable products.

    This 3D printer features a dual extrusion head, which allows for two color print jobs. It can use 1.75mm ABS, PLA, and PVA filaments and supports layer thicknesses from 0.1 ~ 0.5 mm. The extruder can be heated to 250°C and the metal heating plate can be heated to 120°C. It prints at a rate of 24cc per hour.

    The printer comes with two 1kg reels of PLA filament.

    Support Files:

    MONOPRICE will replace defective 3D printers with a new, refurbished, or used printer, at MONOPRICE'S discretion, if the RMA is issued within thirty (30) days of the original date of purchase, as shown on the original invoice. After 30 days, individual defective parts will be replaced with new parts, if the RMA is issued within six (6) months of the original date of purchase. All returned products and parts are the property of MONOPRICE and must be returned to MONOPRICE for a replacement to be issued.

    Case Color Black Powder Coated
    Extruder MK-8 Dual Head with upgraded release
    Plate Heated Metal Build Plate
    Print Technology FDM
    Build Volume 8.9" x 5.7" x 5.9" (225 x 145 x 150 mm)
    Printing Material ABS/PLA/PVA Filament 1.75mm
    Layer Resolution ±0.10mm
    Positioning Precision XY: 11 Microns (0.0004")
    Z: 2.5 Microns (0.0001")
    Layer Thickness 0.1 - 0.5mm
    Nozzle Diameter 0.40mm
    Printing Speed 24cc/hour
    Extruder Temp. 0-250°C
    Heating Plate Temp. 0-120°C
    Connectivity USB Cable, SD Card
    OS Compatibility Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8
    Linux, Mac® OS X®
    Operation LCD Screen + 5 keys control
    AC Input 100~240 VAC, ~2 amps, 50~60 Hz, 350W
    Dimensions 18.7" x 12.7" x 15.1" (476 x 322 x 383 mm)
    Weight 28.7 lbs. (13kg)
    Software ReplicatorG
    File Types Input:STL/OBJ

    Package Contents:

    • 1x 3D Printer
    • 1x Dual Extruder
    • 2x Spool Holders
    • 1x 1kg Spool of 1.75mm White PLA Filament
    • 1x 1kg Spool of 1.75mm Black PLA Filament
    • 2x Filament Guide Tubes
    • 1x Bolt & Hex Wrench Kit
    • 1x Spare Sensor Cable
    • 1x Power Supply
    • 1x USB Cable
    • 1x 4GB SD Card with instruction manual

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    40 Reviews

    83.75% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Great Printer for the price

    • Jeremy,
    •  Liverpool, NY 
    • 1/29/2016 7:59:06 PM

    This was my first foray into 3d printing, I came directly to Monoprice because I knew they had several 3d printers, I purchased this one so that I could do dual extrusion. While I waited for it to be shipped (arrived very quickly) I read up online about the nightmares one can have using different printers and common solutions.

    I purchased Simplify3d and I highly recommend it for people new to 3d printing, it let me focus more on making the models and setting up the printer than trying to deal with the archaic ReplicatorG software. Simplify3d has definitely been worth the reduced headache as the configured profile is pretty much spot on.

    I have been using several different rolls of monoprice filament and they all seem to extrude well around 210 degrees. I have no issues with getting prints to stick (quite the opposite getting them removed can be a pain.) I do not have anything to compare this printer to but I am very happy with the quality an accuracy. I am printing everything from small writing on poker chip sized coins, to giant structures filling the print area.

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    Having Fun with My First 3D Printer

    • Anonymous,
    •  Thompsons Station, TN 
    • 1/23/2016 9:18:14 AM

    Pros: Great dual extrusion printer for the price

    Cons: No auto-leveling bed
    Included software (ReplicatorG) isn't the best but getting it to work with Cura is easy
    Converting GCODE to X3G is required to print from an SD Card.

    I'm completely new to 3D printing and I'm having lots of fun with this printer. It arrived in great condition, setup was easy, and worked right out of the box. Also, I didn't find the manual as awful as everyone seems to the think. The important information is in there (setup and printer settings for use with the software).

    After some experimentation, I got the printer to work with Cura (a better and MUCH faster slicing program). Use the included ReplicatorG program to generate some GCODE. Then use a text editor to copy the start and end sections from that GCODE and replace the start and end sections in Cura on the "Start/End-GCode" tab. Load an STL file in Cura and select save GCODE. Finally you have to convert the GCODE to X3G for the printer. Open ReplicatorG and drop in the GCODE file. Click the "Build to file for use with SD card" button in the toolbar. Copy the resulting X3G file to the SD card and plug it in the printer. Print it!

    Using Cura was the only way I could get dual extrusion prints to work.

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    Monoprice Dual Extruder 3D Printer

    • Dave,
    •  ,  
    • 1/15/2016 12:15:54 PM

    Pros: Price
    Dual Extruder
    Fast Ship (next day for me)
    Packed Well

    Cons: SD Card Location
    Wish it had acrylic hood and doors like FF but you can fab something up without too much effort.

    I am brand new to 3d printing and I researched for about two weeks before pulling the trigger. I was looking at the FF Creator Pro. The Monoprice is almost identical except for the firmware version and lack of acrylic doors/hood.

    Was printing within 30 minutes with the included PLA. Here are my immediate tips for a successful print with this printer.

    1) Leveling the bed is critical - take your time. Using a sheet of paper - the tip of extruder and bed should provide a slight friction on the paper.
    2) if your leveling screw spins when you turn the wingnut, then press down on the bed to release tension and the wingnut will turn with out the screw turning. FINE ADJUSTMENTS FOLKS! This shouldn't be a major adjustment after the initial tuning.
    3) Buy Simplify3D SW to slice with. Yes it is $150 but just buy it ... makes your life so much easier. Don't bother with included SW.
    4) Only print from SD card. In fact, Buy the Toshiba Flashair Wireless SD Card and setup for uploading over WIFI. The card is about $25 and it will prevent you from having to move the SD card to copy on new models to print. There are web articles on how to do this. Once you set it up ... you type FLASHAIR/UPLOAD.CGI from your browser and then you 'upload' your model(s) to printer. Now the location of the SD card in this printer is a non-issue.
    5) Put 3M blue painter tape on the build table. The included Kapton tape is "so so" and I had a lot of problems with the built losing grip and then messing up the print. I put new blue tape on for every print unless I printed something very small.
    6) Re-level of print bed after every 5 prints just to make sure it doesn't drift out of alignment
    7) Tweak and tune with the settings inside Simplify3D. The default settings for Monoprice 3D printer inside the software are pretty much spot on. Learn this software and how to manipulate your models for best outcomes while printing... rotating, scaling, using 'supports', using 'rafts', adjusting layer height, adjusting infill density, changing extruder between left and right, etc. etc.

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    Comparable quality, excellent price

    • Cat,
    •  Fairbanks, AK 
    • 1/2/2016 2:43:01 PM

    Pros: Good price, design is such that anything can be replaced and many upgrades are available. Easy to start if you've done a little prior reading and printing. Lots of fun to play with!

    Cons: Nuts that secure leveling screws in print bed were loose, and the screw spun when attempting to tighten or loosen the leveling wingnut. As a result, I had to halfway remove the Kapton tape to access the head of the screw JUST to level the print bed before I could even test print. To add insult to injury, they didn't include the correct hex wrench for the screws in the bed. Eventually I got it off, tightened it all up, and replaced the Kapton tape to the best of my ability. That was a pain.

    No acrylic hood or door for high temp ABS printing, one LED was out on a button.

    As of Dec 2015, this is the frame of a Creator X with the internal workings of a Creator Pro. It has the AT2560 processor and can accept an updated version of Sailfish (running ReplicatorG-Sailfish it identifies the motherboard firmware as 7.2). It has a 350W power supply. Does not appear to have the voltage switch referred to in some clone manuals.

    I recommend it, be prepared to tinker!

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    Hard to beat this printer and the price

    • Randy,
    •  Margate, FL 
    • 12/7/2015 10:18:08 AM

    Pros: Nice LCD display
    Cool interior LED lighting
    Accurate prints
    Dual Extruder
    Heated Bed
    Approx 8" wide by 6" deep by 5" tall printing envelope
    PRICE !!!

    Cons: The SD card slot is a tiny bit hard to use but not bad. Once used to it it's not a problem.
    I wish this had come with acrylic enclosure panels for ABS printing but I can make them no biggie.

    I was one of those who had no clue whatsoever to buy as my first 3D printer. I scoured the Internet for a while and then joined a bunch of 3D printer forums asking all kinds of questions. One day someone at one of the forums mentioned MonoPrice so I took a look. Up to that point I had pretty much decided on a Flash Forge Creator Pro.
    So when people that I assumed know a good deal about 3D Printers told me about the MonoPrice Clone of the FFCP, I was hesitant. After ding all the checking I could I decided the $500 price difference was worth a shot so I took the plunge and bought the MonoPrice printer.
    In all honesty, I had a problem with the first printer and it had to go back but let me say that to their credit, MonoPrice was ABSOLUTELTY STELLAR in handling the process. The gave me no hassles and took care of me in every way possible to get me another printer asap. I must say the service was impressive. Shortly I had a replacement (brand new) printer up and running.

    As far as my experience with the printer itself..... using the PLA filament that came with the printer I am printing and selling items within days and I had ZERO experience with 3D printers before this. I'm not sure why others say it's difficult because that was not my experience. Let me continue to be open and honest, I bought Simplify 3D software to create my print files the same day I got the printer and that probably helped. That said, I have in fact used the ReplicatorG software that was included successfully also. I just find Simplify3D to be a lot easier and better to work with.

    As far as the printer, I use Kapton tape with GREAT success. All my prints stick and I never have any issue with lifting or many of the other issues I read about. It might be that I do a good job of leveling the platform. It's not hard but before I leveled the platform, THAT'S when the prints wouldn't stick. I also wipe the platform with acetone about every 3rd print. After printing I allwo the item to cool to about 37C before removing the parts and they come off very easily. I HIGHLY recommend Kapton tape. I'm not sure why anybody has trouble with it.

    The printer is quite in my opinion. I'm still in the noobie stage and I have to confess I'm printing in my bedroom at the moment and I can easily fall asleep with it printing right beside me although I'm going to move it because the fumes are probably no good to breath.

    I just bought some PETG filament from SUN but I haven't tried it yet. Even with the supplied PLA, the parts are strong and flexible as long as you print at the right temps and layer settings. Oh, after about 75 hours of printing my printer needed a little bit of lubrication because I could hear a small amount of vibration as the guides moved along the rails so I used Tr-Flow PTFE Teflon lubricant on the rails and it's now smoother and quieter than ever. I plan to lubricate the rails every 50 hours or so of operation. It's actually a good practice with ANY 3D printer to preserve accuracy and extend the life of the parts.

    In conclusion, I would highly recommend this printer AND Monoprice. Their tech support has always been there when I called although sometimes it takes a bit longer than I'd like to speak with a technician.

    I don't think you'd be disappointed with this printer as a first, 2nd 3rd or 4th printer. It's good. Very good imo.

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