Ready, Set, Print! The FlashForge Finder 3.0 3D printer is an update version of the FlashForge Finder 2.0 with many improvements for an even better 3D printing experience. The 3D printer is fully enclosed and comes assembled with only a few steps to take before you can start 3D printing. The easy to use interface and remote control over WiFI make this a great machine for use at home or school.
The FlashForge Finder 3.0 3D printer can reach temperatures up to 260 °C for the hotend and has a direct-drive extruder system, enabling you to print many different materials and even flexibels. The 3D printer comes with a decently sized build volume of 195x190x200 mm and has a glass sheet as well as a PEI coated spring steel sheet build platform for the best adhesion for each situation.
For your convenience, the FlashForge Finder 3.0 3D printer can detect filament run-outs with the filament sensor and can resume 3D printing after a power loss. We recommend ordering 1.75 mm PLA filament with this printer to start 3D printing and use 3DLAC adhesion spray for the best adhesion on the build platform.
|Output diameter||0.4 mm|
|Max. hot-end temperature||260 °C|
|3D printer properties|
The maximum volume what can be 3D printed with this machine. This normally is almost the size of the printbed times the height the head can be above the bed.
|Max. heated bed. temp.||110 °C|
|Type of 3D printer||FDM/FFF|
For most entry-level, smaller 3D printers this is a single threaded rod. For bigger machines the Z-axis moves with two rods, while 3D printers with a bed plate that moves in the Z-axis typically have three or four rods to move.
Bed movement direction
The direction the buildplate moves. Most printers move the build plate in the Y-axis direction. This is a simpler design, but gives problems at greater build height, because the inertia of the mass of the buildplate + 3D print impact the quality of the layers, requiring you to limit the speed. Other printers move in the Z-axis, allowing you to print faster without trading quality of the layer build-up.
|Product Dimensions||406x416x469 mm|
Compatible diameter filament
This product is compatible with the specified filament diameter.
|Display type||4.3" Screen|
|Type of control interface||Touch screen|
A SD Card in your printer will allow you to store prints and print them directly from SD. This is more reliable than a USB connection and allows you to power down your computer.
A heated bed is important to reduce Warping and have a better adhesion of the 3D print to the print bed.
Auto Bed Leveling
The auto bed leveling feature will probe the buildplate on a few different points. This allows the 3D printer to detect deviations in the buildplate and adjust the print accordingly. This makes is much easier to start a print as you don't have to manually adjust the bed position.
This feature allows your printer to be controlled over a WIFI network. You can execute movements as well as start a print.
Detect if you have run out of filament or that the filament is broken.
This machine has an enclosure to protect the print or product from outside influences.
Bed level sensor
Type of bed leveling sensor to do the bed leveling procedure.
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