TEVO Nereus WiFi 3D Printer, 3.2″ LCD Touch Screen Desktop Printer with 320x320x400mm Larger Printing Size, Filament Sensor, Power Off Resume, Full Metal Frame

Brand: Tevo 

Type: Complete Machine + 4 Free Filement

Engraving Area: 320x 320x 400mm 

Engraving Accuracy: 0.1mm-0.35mm 

Frame material: Aluminum 

Platform board: Aluminum Base 

Nozzle quantity: Single 

Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm 

Nozzle temperature: Room temperature to 180-240 degree 

Layer thickness: 0.1mm 

Print speed: 60 – 120mm/s 

Supporting material: PLA,ABS 

Material diameter: 1.75mm 

Language: English 

XY-axis positioning accuracy: 0.05mm 

Z-axis positioning accuracy: 0.1 mm 

Working Power: 60W 

Host computer software: Cura,Repetier-Host,Slic3r 

Packing Type: Assembled packing 

Connector Type: USB 

Dimensions and Weight 

Product weight: 9.7000 kg 

Package weight: 19.4000 kg 

Product size: 537 x 587 x 624 mm 

Package size: 550 x 635 x 280 mm

Product Features

  • Printing size: 32 x 32 x 40cm, meets your daily demands
  • Wifi Printing: Provide Cloud-based printing solutions, one APP with one machine, make your printing much easier.
  • LCD screen design, easy to monitor your printing process, Built-in power supply provide smooth operating experience
  • Compact and dedicated design, convenient to use and store, perfect for beginners and professional enthusiasts
  • Wide application fields: product structure design, toy modeling, architectural design, fashion jewelry design, parts manufacturing, daily necessities and education

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  1. This is my first 3D printer. I received it one week ago, unpacked it, watched their YouTube videos about how to put it together and was up and running with decent prints in only a few days. There is a learning curve to figure out how everything works, but with a bit of troubleshooting I was able to solve the few issues I had. It was all me not understanding how it all worked. A few things that I learned were to: 1. Level everything several times with both the extruder and bed heated. 2. Keep…

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