Geeetech “Prusa” i3 pro B

A Cheap and Cheerful printer(?)… Well maybe just cheap

There is a cosmetic beauty salon at my local shopping center where they offer teeth whitening, laser wrinkle removal and botox injections. The staff there dress in professional looking medical scrubs, they could almost pass for nurses. I have to keep reminding myself though “just because you dress like a nurse doesn’t make you a nurse”. WTF does this have to do with a cheap 3D printer? Simply put, just because you call yourself a Prusa doesn’t make you a Prusa.

So this ain’t an original Prusa, but it certainly isn’t priced like one either. This Geeeeeeeeeeeetech Prusa i3 is cheap, really cheap – infact for under 200 dollarydoos you could have bought a full DIY kit and have yourself a entry level 3D printer ready to go.

Standard Specs:

Printer technology: 3 Axis Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)/FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Packing (shipment) type:DIY kit, full assembly required
Construction:8mm Black Acrylic
Build volume:200mm x 200mm x 180mm
Build surface:Glass
Build plate heat-bed:MK2A 12vdc, max temp. 110°C
Build plate leveling:Manual
Layer resolution:0.1mm to 0.3mm
Filament diameter:1.75mm, 3.0mm
Hot endMK8
Nozzle diameter:0.3mm, 0.35mm, 0.4mm, 0.5mm
Nozzle temperature:240°C max
Extruder:single MK8 direct
Connectivity:USB, micro SD card
Display:LCD2004 (99mm x 60mm display)
Power supply:input voltage – 110vac/220vac, 60hz/50hz
Secondary voltage – 12vdc
Control:Geeetech developed GT2560; ——- drivers

Mods and Upgrades:

i3 posts:

Made: spray paint handle trigger

Spray paint can after spray paint can and my finger cried out NO MORE! This was the answer to my pain in the finger, a specialty tool for cans of spray paint with an ergonomic grip and trigger operation. Printed in PETG, turned out great!