It came in a big box like so:
Here is a bad photo of some other accessories for the printer:
Included is also: Lube, spool(holds the material), Allen keys, stickers, more stickers, stick glue, computer cable, power supply and a test print made by the printer at the factory.
Getting the printer to run is easy, it takes about 10min.
When turned on it looks like this:
The stick glue supplied with the printer is there so u put some on the build platform so that the abs parts stick.
PLA is not that problematic, as it sticks to the glass platform, but using glue with small parts is advisable.
Here are some prints:
|this is the very first one, a tensioner for f5g boats.|
|many more, and a prototype pulley|
|the printer in action|
|a steering arm for the RC drift car, and an improved pulley|
|canting keel base, for F5g|
|An Ice scraper for my car|
|it is printed at a low quality, the biggest print yet(18x20cm)|
|and some more action|
The software i am using is ultimaker's CURA, it is easy to use, just perfect for the ultimaker. It wants .STL files so it can create a G code for the printer to use.
I do not have the printer conected to the computer, becouse if the computer starts to hibernate or shuts down, then the printing is stopped. I use the supplied 2gb SD card as a data source for the printer.