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Lead Time (Processing/Shipping Handling Time): 2-3 Business days
The MBot Cube is a affordable big size personal 3D printer, design and made by Magicfirm LLC, with single or dual extrusion (2-color printing)--and a bigger printing size, you can print object much LARGER! Fully Assembled 3D Printer
Competent to build high-resolution models.
Away from toxic elements. (Compatible with ABS)
Better compatibility, better print quality. User experience is friendlier.
Insert filament to feed, convenient to change. During printing, the machine can position automatically, without any manual intervention.
Support simple low-cost upgrade. Support two print heads.Free firmware and software upgrades.
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View More dual color print samples taken from Mbot 3d printers. www.flickr.com/photos/3dprintersonlinestore/sets/72157646348250904/
|Print size ( X Y Z )||250 x 220 x 190 mm (Single), 220 x 220 x 190 mm（Dual）|
|The Layer Thickness||0.1mm to 0.3mm ajustable|
|Layer Resolution||100 to 300 microns|
|Filament Compatibility||ABS , PLA and PVA|
|Print Speed||40 to 120 mm/sec|
|Print Plate (Build Platform)||Fiber glass plate|
|AC Input||100-240V, 50/60HZ,4.0A|
|Print Head/Hotend/Nozzle Type||MK8 - J|
|Power Requirements||110v & 220v both supported. There's a voltage switch on machine.|
|Connectivity (Interface)||SD card & USB|
|Electronics||MakerBot Mightyboard Motherboard|
|3D printing Software||Mprint|
|CAD Input data file format supported||STL, Gcode|
|Client Operating System||Linux, MAC OSX , Windows|
|Print in dual color||Yes|
|Print in multi color||Possible by changing filament supply|
|Shipping box dimensions||520x520x580 mm|
|Shipping box weight||18kg|
|Lead time||1 week|
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