DIY Makeblock mGiraffe Aluminum Delta 3D Printer Kit
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    DIY Makeblock mGiraffe Aluminum Delta 3D Printer Kit


    mGiraffe DIY 3D Printer Kit

    mGiraffe is a new type of do-it-yourself delta 3D printer kit based on the popular Makeblock platform. Consisting of an open hexagon linkage structure and powerful electronic control system, mGiraffe is engineered to deliver an extraordinary 3D printing experience.


    Stable Mechanical Structure

    Constructed of heavy-duty anodized 6061 aluminum, the mGiraffe is sturdy, stable, and capable of fine printing resolutions, making it well-suited to projects of all sizes.


    Fun and Engaging Do-It-Yourself Kit

    Rather than coming preassembled, like many 3D printers, the mGiraffe is a do-it-yourself kit. By assembling the printer from the ground up, you will become intimately familiar all the individual parts, making it easier to modify or repair the printer on your own. Additionally, you'll have the pride of knowing that you put it together yourself and the confidence to tackle other complicated projects. And don't worry about trying to following complicated, poorly written assembly instructions. We provide an easy-to-follow, step-by-step video assembly guide, which will take you from a box of parts to a fully assembled 3D printer in less than an hour.


    Auto-Leveling System

    The non-contact photoelectric limit switch and the metal proximity switch of the mGiraffe makes it possible for position compensation of the X, Y, and Z axes for easy, automatic leveling. mGiraffe was designed to be as easy to use as possible, allowing you to focus on creating and enjoying your prints, instead of spending time tweaking and troubleshooting the machine.


    High-Quality 3D Printing

    The mGiraffe's guide-rail slide and timing belt system allow for layer thickness as small as 0.1mm. This level of precision and accuracy ensures smooth and accurate high-resolution 3D models.



    • Easy to assemble do-it-yourself 3D printer kit allows you to become intimately familiar with the parts and overall construction, making it easier to modify or repair the printer

    • Includes easy-to-follow video assembly guide, allowing you to go from a box of parts to a fully assembled printer in under an hour

    • Automatic leveling system for perfect prints every time

    • Sturdy and stable aluminum construction allows for high-precision printing


    Frame Construction Anodized 6061 aluminum and plastic
    Extruder Construction All-metal
    Build Platform Construction Aluminum alloy
    Heated Build Platform No
    Automatic Leveling System Yes
    Mainboard Mega2560
    Filament Type PLA
    Filament Diameter 1.75mm
    Nozzle Diameter 0.4mm
    Layer Resolution 0.1 - 0.3 mm
    Print Speed up to 150mm/sec
    Build Volume ø180 x 300 mm
    Compatible Software Cura, Printrun
    Supported File Type .stl, .gcode
    Connection Types USB, MicroSD® card
    Offline Printing Yes, using MicroSD card
    Input Power 12 VDC, 5A
    AC Adapter Input Power 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Physical Dimensions ø11.8" x 30.2" (ø300 x 766 mm)

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    Would it take much to add a headed print bed to the Makeblock 3D printer?
    Mark H on Jul 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Short answer, it would not be easy. Long answer, you'll need to replace the power supply (or at least add a 2nd one), modify and reflash the firmware (uses customized version of Marlin 1.0.0-RC3). I would recommend an external bed heater mosfet as I wouldn't trust the onboard one to carry that large of a load. I have not yet added one to mine, but I plan to eventually.
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