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Get Started 3D Printing Kit

Get Started 3D Printing Kit
Item# Get-Started-3D-Printing-Kit
Regular Price: $799.55
MakerGeeks Price: $489.95
Availability: Usually ships the next business day

MakerGeeks Description Get Started 3D Printing Kit for building a RepRap or other 3D printer, or upgrade the printer's current configuration to a better one. We sell a lot of 3D Printer kits where we print all the plastic parts for you... and while we don't sell a full blown kit we do offer Get Started 3D Printing Kit which will take ANY 3D Printer about 95% of the way to completion.
Getting Started 3D Printing is as easy as 1... 2... 3 with
  1. Pick out the 3D Printer you want to build and then order the plastic parts here 3D Printer Kits & Plastic Parts
  2. Order this item (the Get Started 3D Printing Kit)
  3. Sit back and relax... we'll start working on your kit in the color you request and in 7-10 business days or less you'll be getting started on this awesome adventure of 3D Printing!! Get Started 3D Printing Kit will finish up any of these 3D Printer Printed Plastics Only Kits we sell right here on
  • Mini Kossel
  • Mendel90
  • Mendel Max 1.5
  • Mendel Max 2.0
  • Prusa Mendel
  • and... ANY other RepRap based 3D Printer Kit design.
Kit includes:
  • 1 x Complete soldered RAMPS 1.4
  • 5 x A4988 Complete soldered driver with additional CLK trim-pot 
  • 1 x Mega 2560 
  • 1 x Complete soldered Sdramps extension (More informations about SDRamps) 
  • 1 x Cooler Fan
  • 5 x stepper motors Nema17
  • 14 x cables (complete wiring cables set): 6 x 3 PIN cables for end-stops , 
  • 3 x 2 PIN cables for thermistors
  • 5 x 4 PIN cables for motors
  • 2 x EPCOS 100k thermistor
  • 1 x Aluminum plate( 220mm x 220mm x 3.2mm )
  • 1 x Borosilicate glass(213mm x 200mm x 3mm )
  • 1 x LCD and SD card LCD/SD panel with RAMPS GADGETS3D Shield: 1 * soldered and assembled panel with 4 rows LCD,
  • SD card connector, ALPS rotary encoder
  • 1 * soldered RAMPS GADGETS3D shield for easy connect panel into RAMPS 1.4
  • 1 * 10pin flat cable
  • 1 x RepRap Heatbed MK PCB
  • 1 - 500W 120mm Silent ATX Power Supply
  • 2 - 608zz VXB Bearings (2 Pack)
  • 1 - LM8UU - Linear Ball Bearings (10pack)
Here is what is still required on your end to source out, most of these items can be found at your local hardware store, these are also the heavier and/or larger items so it's expensive to ship and hard to package properly plus its much easier to go to Lowes or your local hardware store and pick these up!!
  1. Plywood, Metal, Acrylic or other material for the base and/or frame (Lowes or a Hardware Store)
  2. All the nuts/ bolts you'll need (Lowes or a Hardware Store)
We hope this will help you get your 3D Printer finished up and printing off those awesome designs... drop us a line and let me know what you are working on!! Have a great day!!


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