Original Prusa I3 MK2

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Improve Printer Specifications
Printer Type
Print Bed Size (mm)
250 x 210 x 200
Layer Resolution
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Material Types
ABS, PLA, PET, Flex, Composite, PET, Nylon
Maximum Temperature
280° C
Open Source

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Original Prusa I3 MK2 Prints 323

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Avatar small By wim.koolstra on Apr 10 2018
Good product, works fine, nice looking

I have the kit and made it my self the book that was included with the kit was good but i found that de online manuel was bether, for the rest great experiance to make the printer.

Avatar small By Alfred Broda on May 15 2018
Great build, easy to use

A good starter kit printer - didn't have much trouble putting it together or calibrating, and the prints are consistently good quality. New firmware is stable and released quite often, often offering new functionality or performance increases. Slic3r PE may not be the easiest software to master (and has it's quirks), but provides a lot of features.

Small logo2 By Lunchbag 15 on Oct 17 2018
My review of my prusa i3 MK2S kit

Very easy to use and user friendly, and I actually like troubleshooting it because I got is as a kit and I know where everything thing. Built very well

Avatar small By john stiyer on Jan 11 2019
Ez to use.

Ez to use .Print quality is good. Help direction to set printer up. Very use friendly.

Avatar small By davemr.right on Mar 21 2019
It does a great job

I got an Anet A8 Prusa i3 3D Printer ordered from Wal-Mart for $160.89. It took a day to assemble. I have only used it a few times but it has done a nice job with no problems so far.

Avatar small By Robert Carlson on Jun 10 2019
I love this machine.

I love how  well the Prusa i3 mk2 prints. Just takes a quick setup for changing types of filament. Then you print what you want. Can't wait to get the i3 mk3.

Avatar small By ümran Arsu on Dec 10 2019
Orjinal Prusa i3 mk2 s

İyi günler Ben orjinal prusa i3 mk2s'nin nerede sipariş edileceği hakkında bilgisi olan varmı ?

Avatar small By jwhevans on Mar 24 2020
Built from kit. Quick and easy.

The user manual is delightful. The build was quick and easy. It just works.

Avatar small By dant2757 on Apr 23 2020
Prusa MK2 (Upgraded to MK2.5S)

If you are considering, new, experienced, or whatever, to 3D printing - PRUSA is the best product on the market.  Fortunately this was my first 3D printer.  3D printing is extremely technical and not for the slight of patience.  Prusa is an integrated product the only part missing is the 3D software (I use Sketchup).  The Prusa slicer and printer function well together. The actual printer is very rigid so axis' maintain proper geometry.  I upgraded to the 2.5S that offers the flexsteel bed and Bondtec type extruder.  A good decision.  Recent firmware upgrades have left the MK2 behind.

The MK3 and above have a 24V heat bed  and extruder (MK2 is 12V) so the RAMBO (processor) only needs to provide half the current resulting in less cabling meltdowns.

No question in my mind -- this is the 3D printer that you want.

Avatar small By Raybomation on May 24 2020
Prusa MK2S Upgraded to MK2.5S

Built this from a kit, took my time and was fairly easy. Support was great, as were the instructions. A few parts failed early on, and Prusa sent replacements rather quickly.

Update to 2.5S was also easy, actually 2 updates, to get to the version with the better filament sensor.

I've printed over 12KM of filament, and have had very few fails, and almost all of those were user error, not the printer.

I've made 1000's of items in the last 3 years, and even sold some and have made back the cost of the printer at least twice.

Started with Cura for a slicer, and then moved to Prusa Slicer for most items. I  design things in Fusion 360, and posted some on Thingiverse.

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