ELEGOO 3D Printer Neptune 2 FDM 3D Printer
Fdm 3D Printer, Safety Power Supply, Elegoo 3D Printer, 3D Printer, Resume Printing, Outstanding Industrial Design, High Quality Materials, Printing Size
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What buyers say about ELEGOO 3D Printer Neptune 2 FDM 3D Printer
I have been using Prusaslicer for the past few months and it has been a great slicer for my FDM printing needs, I have not needed customer service yet, but I hear it is very good.
I can't use my printer until I fix it, I really hope it's not hard, but if it's not hard, you can know better what to do even before you put the first screw in.
The Neptune 2 is a pretty good printer for its price, especially if you want to use it as a first printer.
The assembly was good and I did not have any issues with my ender 3 v2
It took me about an hour to put it together and was printing the provided test print in about 30 minutes, after a few days of playing with it.
Does this work with gcode files I already have or do I need to use Elegoo software?
They have profiles already in their version of Cura, but you don't have to use them.
How large is the build plate?
I measured after it arrived and found it was 235mm x 235mm, not the size of the plate I needed to know so I could upgrade to a glass build plate.
What is the product footprint after it's been assembled?
The diameter of the filament spool holder is approximately 18" x 17".The holder hangs over the side of the printer, adding about 3.5" to the side at the top.
Does anyone know of a good first upgrade part for this printer?
The bed springs that come with the FDM printers aren't strong enough to maintain a level bed, so I've only leveled my bed two since I upgraded to the silicone columns.
What is the strength of the srongest filament this printer can handle?