Prusa is one of the most recognized companies in the 3D industry. Their first 3D printer was released in 2010, and after showing two other models, the group started to focus on improving their best selling Prusa i3. This is how a whole new line called “MK” emerged and became greatly popular around the world. Czech manufacturer, Prusa Research, produces both printers that use fused deposition modeling (FDM) with multi-material printing and stereolithography (SLA) machines. The business founder Josef Prusa constantly improves the open-source ecosystem he created. Both hardware and software are regularly updated thanks to great contact with the users’ community. The Czech manufacturer is one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Central Europe, with a growth rate of 17,118% over the last four years. In Botland.store, we offer a wide selection of Prusa printers, parts, and accessories to help you achieve your 3D printing goals. Check our special bundles and safe-assembly sets and enjoy competitive prices.
Original 3D printer made by a well-known company Prusa, designed to print elements with dimensions: 250 x 210 x 210 mm. Prusa MK3 has an upgraded extruder, IR filament sensor and many other sensors. Additionally, there is a new magnetic desk with exchangeable plates made out of spring steel coated with PEI. The kit consists of a fully assembled printer.
The original 3D printer well-known manufacturer, company Prus. The device works on technology MSLAusing to cure the resin panel LCD display with high resolution and LED UV. Allows you to create a print with a maximum size of 120 x 68 x 150 mm. the Kit consists of fully assembled printer.
The original 3D printer well-known manufacturer, company Prus. A device uses plus the FFF/FDM. In Prusa MINI used modern 32-bit motherboard driver Trinamic 2209. The working field of the device dimensions 180 x 180 x 180 mm. the Set consists of elements for self-Assembly.
The original 3D printer companies locust. The device uses technology MSLA, utwardzając resin using LCD panels and LED UV. Locust SL1 allows you to create highly detailed prints with maximum dimensions of 120 x 68 x 150 mm.the set includes a sink hardener print Prusa CW1.
Atomizer with a hole of 0,25 mm designed for head hotend on the appointment of the E3D V6, used in printers Prusa. This is an original part of the manufacturer, its application allows to maintain the optimal print settings. Designed to work with 1.75 mm filamentami.
The kit extends the capabilities of the 3D printer Prusa i3 Original MK2.5S/MK3. The application of this improvement gives the possibility of printing five different filaments at the same time. Due to the fact that high-quality print color 3D models becomes extremely simple.
Removable plate for 3D printer MK3/MK3S, equipped with a magnetic Desk. Removable lining made of spring steel, which was covered with a PEI layer by spraying powder coating. The album has a working field of size 250 x 210 mm.
Removable plate for 3D printer MK3/MK3S, equipped with a magnetic Desk. Removable lining, made of spring steel, covered by a sheet samoprzylepnym PEI. The album has a working field of size 250 x 210 mm.
Original 3D printer made by a well-known company Prusa, is designed to print elements with dimensions: 250 x 210 x 210 mm. Prusa MK3 has an upgraded extruder, a lot of sensors and a new magnetic desk with changeable plates from spring steel coated with PEI. The set consists of elements for self-assembly.
Fully assembled head hotend for 3D printer Prusa i3 MK3S. This is the original part the manufacturer of the printer. Characterized by high quality performance and full compatibility with your device. Its application allows to maintain optimal print settings.
Set for connecting the laser head with a power of 2 W for the printer Prusa i3 MK3S. Through the use of this expansion, the printer has received the engraving and cutting of materials such as wood, paper or leather.
3D printing was first mentioned in 1974 in New Scientist Journal.
David E. H. Jones created a concept that was a great base for producing three-dimensional plastic models. In 1981, the idea of a photo-hardening thermoset polymer appeared. This method used a UV exposure area, controlled by a scanning fiber transmitter. Then, after a few years of 3D development, stereolithography was invented as well as STL file format, which is used to this day. The most popular 3D printing method - fused deposition modeling (FDM) used by Prusa i3, earned wide attention after the expiration of FFF patent in 2009. Dr. Adrian Bowyer’s RepRap project from 2006 showed that one day, a 3D printer can become standard equipment in every house. Its relatively simple construction, cheap electronic parts, and the ability to reproduce its own components have significantly influenced this production method's popularity. Now, additive-manufacturing techniques are widely used by both professional and amateur designers to create diverse projects.
To print a 3D object, you must design it in a special software called CAD (computer-aided design) first. In some cases, a model can be created using a 3D scanner or by a standard digital camera and software that makes 3D objects from raw photos. Usually, engineers use CAD programs, because they provide fewer errors than other methods and allow complete control over the form. After modeling an object, printing software analyzes its structure and fixes errors like holes, self-intersections, and others. Available in Botland.store Prusa printers have their own, dedicated slicer software, based on the Slic3r open-source project. Thanks to the strong community and core team of developers PrusaSlicer is always up to date with new features. This tool slices the virtual model into very thin layers and defines the path of a nozzle or laser, depending on the printer's technology. It has clear and simple UI, allows user to create custom supports, and has Octoprint integration, which let you control your printer via a web browser. Simply click “Export” and watch how layer after layer your model is being created.
There are various 3D printing techniques, but one of the most popular is FDM - fused deposition modeling (also called fused filament fabrication (FFF)). This method implements a continuous filament of production-grade thermoplastics. Prusa i3 supports materials like PLA, ABS, PET, HIPS, PP, Nylon, and many others. What is more, FDM can also include other special techniques like multi-material extrusion. Thanks to that, you can create multi-colored objects or more complex structures. The modular construction of Prusa i3 allows its users to buy the basic version with only one extruder and upgrade it to print with up to five filaments simultaneously. Stereolithography (SLA) is another printing technology used by Prusa - it applies liquid plastic as the source material. The newest Prusa SLA printer available in our store, unlike FFF machines, uses a high-resolution LCD panel and a UV LED panel to cure the following layers of resin. If you want to buy an advanced 3D printer, which will meet your expectations, check our diverse selection of Prusa products.