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06-27-2015, 12:16 AM #1
HE3D Delta -600 3d printer kit (print size:280*280*600)
Now we have upgraded Delta-600 3d printer to K280 delta 3D printer, lower price $599
printing technology FDM
printing size 280*280*600
display LCD 2004
Frame work imported aluminum,steel(laser precision cutting)
extruder remotely and high-speed extrusion machine
support printing material PLA,Flexible PLA,wood ,Nylon,HIPS and ABS
product entrance http://www.reprapmall.com/index.php?...product_id=117
Last edited by wendy; 01-05-2017 at 03:32 AM.
06-05-2016, 08:32 PM #2
Cannot give this a good review until you reply to emails.Insanity, just insanity.
06-11-2016, 07:49 AM #3
lol the ciclops scanner I bought is a he3d kit.
No instructions, no weblinks to instructions, no slightest hint at where you might get instructions of software. The actual injection moulded parts seem okay - couple of parts I'll replace with the original prineted bits at some point. But the complete and total lack of any kind of documention is weird, even a slip of paper with a web address would have been useful.
Fortunately all the other people making ciclop kits have plenty files and instructions - so it wasn't a major issue.
But am I surpised they don't answer emails ? - hell no :-)
06-25-2016, 01:09 AM #4
Ok do you want the run down? it's not pretty...
My DLT-600 is now working and built, but I had to replace the following faulty parts:
* Entire Hot end. Faulty ceramic heater, thermistor also faulty and the e3D clone they used, besides having no ptfe lining has an inconsistent bore hole that leaked like a sinking ship.
* Faulty Heated bed - the only thing I was refunded $88 for.
* Faulty RAMPS board. Fried itself after 5 minutes.
* Faulty Arduino mega2560 clone cheap thing they sent kept resetting itself every 5-10 mins from a malfunction, no good for a 3D printer at all.
* All plastic parts for the frame needed to be re-printed. They sent me the worst prints you have ever seen.
* Build plate, both the heated and non heated were included. They are 2.5mm MDF wobbling bendy wood. I couldnt believe it.
* Auto level is the worst kind, nozzle touching the plate and bending upward to detect the bed. This ends up loosening the nozzle threads over a few prints and the thread goes loose.
The best part... The cheap MDF build plate bends with each probe.. defeating the entire purpose of an autolevel alltogether. It's always 0.2mm out because the nozzle pushed the bed down when it levelled - you need a dead rigid bed for nozzle probing.
So it cost a little to get it going, got a real E3D, real arduino and ramps , re-printed all the carriage assemblies and now it's working just fine.
Would I recommend it? Hell no.
Go and buy:
3 x 1.2metre 2020 extrusions
9 x 360mm 2020 extrusions.
A Ramps/Arduino/E3D kit
4 Nema 17 steppers and stepper extension cables.
1 metre of bowden cable for the feed.
1 280mm built plate of your choice (it couldn't be worse than the wooden one they send out with it)
Buy a 10 metre roll of GT2 belts and the 3 x stepper teeth gears, stock ratio
Power supply, 20amps.
You can get this printer for less than they are charging and you really might as well, otherwise you will just be spending more money on parts. Out of all the kits I have ever built or bought, this has to be the rock bottom. It's going to be up to you to make it what it should have been in the first place.
Last edited by Geoff; 07-01-2016 at 10:28 PM.Insanity, just insanity.
07-07-2016, 05:51 AM #5
01-05-2017, 03:35 AM #6
we will supply all the parts including the heat bed