MakerGear M3-ID 3D Printer
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M3-IDs are in stock and ready to ship! Made in the USA
The MakerGear M3-ID has changed the way dual is done. It is the first desktop 3D printer to fully support duplication printing with independent extruders.
Unlike traditional dual systems, where both extruders are locked into the same task, the M3-ID’s extruders work both independently and simultaneously, doubling your printing capacity.
The M3-ID is made for the long haul and excels at high-volume, high-quality print jobs thanks to its rock-solid steel frame and touch probe-powered True Leveling.
With industrial-grade precision and reliability in a machine compact enough to sit on your desk, the M3-ID is built for prototyping and production. Print crisp, clean lines on multicolor models; mix and match a large variety of materials to achieve the ideal balance of desired properties; and make complex and intricate parts using soluble support materials.
M3-IDs are in stock and ready to ship!
Independent Dual Extruders for fast multi-material printing and use of soluble supports.
Linear Rails of industrial grade, Cast Tooling Plate Components, Direct Drive Extruders.
Touch Probe for automatic and reliable leveling of Heated Bed.
WiFi/Ethernet Connectivity offering remote control and monitoring capabilities.
Onboard Computer with 10GB storage.
USB Port enabling users to print files stored on flash drives.
Simplify 3D, the leading independent slicing software, included with free updates for life.
OctoPrint for MakerGear offers one-click file preparation and design-to-print integration.
MacOS, Windows, Linux, iOS & Android Compatibility.
M3-IDs are in stock and ready to ship!
Head 1 - 203 x 232 x 203 mm, Head 2 = 180 x 232 x 203 mm, Duplication/Mimeo Mode = 100 x 232 x 203 per extruder
Up to 110 °C. Borosilicate glass build plate coated with polyimide film.
|Assisted Leveling||Yes - True-Leveling + Auto-Leveling|
|Filament Feed||Direct (non-Bowden).|
1.75 mm. ABS*, ASA*, HIPS*, Nylon, PET-G, PET-T, PLA, polycarbonate, polypropylene, PVA, TPE, TPU, metal composites, wood composites, carbon fiber composites, and more.
Ships with 0.35 mm brass (0.25mm, 0.5mm, 0.75mm brass and 0.35mm and 0.50mm steel available).
|Maximum Extruding Temperature||40 W heater and thermistor rated to 300 °C.|
Independent dual extruders with swappable V4 Hot Ends.
|Print technology||FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)|
|X/Y Motion||Independent axes with high precision linear rails guiding motion driven by kevlar reinforced belts.|
|Z motion||10 mm rods guide motion driven by lead screw.|
0.020 - 0.350 mm (20 - 350 micron)
|Print head travel speed||80-450 mm/sec|
|Ambient operation temperature||15 ˚C to 32 ˚C (59 ˚F to 90 ˚F)|
|Storage temperature||0 ˚C to 32 ˚C (32 ˚F to 90 ˚F)|
|Operating Sound||lower than 65 dBA|
|Machine Weight||13.5 kg (29.5 lbs)|
|Machine Dimensions with spool and full range of motion||
Width x Depth x Height: 533 mm (21") x 610 mm (24") x 533 mm (21”).
|shipping box dimensions||
19 kg (42 lbs.). 535 mm x 535 mm x 635 mm (21" x 21" x 25”).
|AC input||100 - 120 V (4 A)/220 - 240 V (2 A), 47 - 63 Hz|
|Power requirements||24 V DC @ 15 A|
|Power consumption||360 W max|
A Simplify3D 4.0 software license and the latest version of OctoPrint for MakerGear are included with the M3-ID. With no proprietary software required, the MakerGear M3-ID is compatible with a wide variety of free and commercial software programs.
Wifi, LAN, USB
|*CA Prop 65||
WARNING: This Filament - when used in the operation of 3D Printers or 3D Pens - can expose you and others in the same room to styrene, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
ALWAYS OPERATE THIS PRODUCT IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA.
- MakerGear M3-ID 3D printer with V4 hot ends
- Simplify3D 4.0 software license
- Power supply with adjustable input voltage (115 V or 230 V)
- Power cord compliant with your country's power outlets
- Two 1 kg spools of PLA (black and blue)
- 8 inch x 10 inch borosilicate glass print surface with applied film
- Tool set
- Sample print
- User guide
New M3-IDs have a 12-month limited warranty and offer optional warranty extension options through the MakerGear Protection Plan.
MakerGear will replace all defective parts on M3-IDs as stipulated by our warranty terms and conditions. Replacement parts may be new or refurbished and will be shipped via FedEx Ground or USPS Priority in the US only.
Exceptions – the MakerGear V4 hot-end is only covered under warranty when MakerGear filament and authentic MakerGear components are used. The twelve-month warranty does not cover machine abuse.
MakerGear will include the standard power cord used in the country to which the 3D printer is shipped.
MakerGear shipping fees cover transportation only. Customs duties, domestic sales tax, etc. are the responsibility of the customer.
Customers who live in Canada and other certain countries who have applicable free trade agreements with the US will not be charged customs duties, though domestic sales tax may still apply. Customers in South Korea will need to fill out their portion of the Certificate of Origin form and send it to email@example.com for completion by MakerGear to eliminate customs duties.
M3-IDs are in stock and ready to ship!
Thanks to our friends at ALL3DP.com, they've reviewed the MakerGear M3-ID. Here's what they said about the MakerGear M3-ID:MAKERGEAR M3-ID 3D PRINTER: REVIEW THE SPECS
The MakerGear M3-ID is a dual extrusion 3D printer that makes use of an independent dual extrusion (IDEX) system for its printing. Rather than channeling multiple filaments into one path and through a single nozzle — as commonly found on budget dual extrusion systems — the M3-ID uses two independent print heads.
The benefits of such a system are cleaner breaks during material changes in the printing process and virtually no chance of cross contamination from oozing nozzles. Additionally, using the MakerGear M3-ID’s Mimeo Mode lets you increase output by printing with both print heads at the same time, doubling productivity by cutting the print time of a full bed of parts in half.
Off the top of our heads, the MakerGear M3-ID is the only desktop IDEX 3D printer to use a dual direct drive extruder system — running counter to the commonly seen concession of using a Bowden style arrangement in order to lighten the load on the locomotion system and maintain print accuracy. To get around such constraints the Maker M3-ID features a somewhat uncommon arrangement for its movements.
Unlike most desktop FDM 3D printers that limit the print bed’s movements to either the Y- or Z-axis, the MakerGear M3-ID’s print bed — here a slab of borosilicate glass coated with polyimide film, travels in both. This means that the dual prints heads move exclusively on the X-axis, doing so along sturdy linear rails and driven by Kevlar reinforced belts.
Such a system should mitigate the additional weight of the extruder motor on each print head, resulting in dual extrusion prints with the reassurances direct drive printing gives.
Introduced to the M3-ID with the 2018 revision, True-Leveling + Auto Leveling is MakerGear’s system for precise long term bed leveling. A combination of touch probe measurements, assisted leveling and then 9-point mesh measurements before each print combine to give a fixed level and the necessary adjustments to accommodate print surface inconsistencies.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the MakerGear M3-ID is its connectivity and on-board slicing. Tucked away inside the M3-ID’s base is a main control board, power supply and — last we heard, it may have since changed — a Raspberry Pi loaded with the Open Source Octoprint printer control system.
What does this actually mean using the MakerGear M3-ID? For starters, with 10GB of on board storage, you can wirelessly upload a trove of 3D models to the printer and, via the MakerGear-ified Octoprint UI on your device of choice, manually configure the print settings and have the file sliced natively on the printer itself. In all, it sums up to a workflow that frees the user from the juggling of SD cards and USB cables and additional slicing software that typify the desktop 3D printer experience.
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Before accepting a return on a product that isn't functioning as it should, Project 3D Printers reserves the right to exhaust any and all means to resolve and/or repair the malfunction through technical support and replacement parts provided by both the manufacturer and Project 3D Printers. No return will be accepted without reasonable attempts to resolve the issue(s) first. All returned products must be returned within 10 days of date of purchase.
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