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M100 Desktop 3D Printer

3.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$265.00 $250.00

 

Oh. My. Gosh, Becky.

Look at that 3D printer.

Check out the review we were just sent from one of the best 3D printing groups on the planet:

This is the real deal. A sleek, small-format printer for your smaller jobs. Great for a starter printer, but also amazing for those of us who like a 2nd running the smaller parts.

This is a Malyan brand printer, distributed by FoxSmart. Why Maylan? Click HERE to learn more!

Product Description

The basic specs:

  • 1.75mm printing, for PLA, TPU, plus our new silky polymer composite*
  • 100x100mm bed, with 100mm tall print range
  • heated bed with max bed temp of 60°C
  • .4mm nozzle, with .1mm layer resolution
  • 250C max temp
  • 120mm/S max print speed

Features:

  • all metal housing and supports
  • back-side, easy access step motor
  • SD card printing
  • open source software – we recommend Repetier
  • out of the box printing. We’re not kidding. You turn it on, load the filament, configure Repetier (we’ll send you the basic setup info) and you’re printing. I was printing within 10 minutes of opening my first sample.

The main points: 1. it works – well. 2. it doesn’t look horrible on your desk. This is the first printer (I’ve tested many) where my wife walked by and said, “Wow…that’s cute! Can I have one?”

You know what I’m talking about. Most are ugly. This one’s beautiful. AND….it works. You’re welcome.

We’re awesome.

Need the User Manual? Click HERE.

3 reviews for M100 Desktop 3D Printer

  1. 3 out of 5

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    Noisy little bugger, it is not enclosed, or possible to be enclosed by just adding plexiglass…for full movement the print surface comes out the side windows. That said… I have printed fox clear pla, hatchbox wood, makergeek green petg, hatchbox blue petg all fairly without issue. I have had one minor jam with the wood but I expect it just can’t keep the heat-break cool when idling… so don’t keep it warmed up. Heat-break fan and print cooler detached on the 4th print… That is really not an acceptable attachment method.

    I want to love it, it prints rather well and it is portable but it is louder than my duplicator i3. The noise, inability to enclose, lack of quality on mounts, price, and size of bearings and likelihood to be end of life when they die… earn it point reductions. The successful prints on multiple materials and precision of prints earn it positive marks.

  2. 4 out of 5

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    Good for the money. Small footprint. Easy to use and I’m getting great prints from it. It’s not my #1 printer, since I have a reprap with a larger platform. But it’s a great #2 for me and my wife’s etsy shop.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    Overall I’m giving it 4 out of 5 arbitrary quantification points. It is fast, it is accurate, it can be enclosed by dropping it in a container and it can handle most materials with ease. Downsides, it has a few technical issues but Malyan will work through those as production continues.
    I would buy a second machine for my workshop and also recommend this machine to those in the small-format market, especially recommend it to my more technical counterparts as the machine needs a tiny bit of TLC to get the best results.

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