FT-I3 Mega Low Cost Large Scale 3D Printer
Shipping: 5-10 Business Days from Order Date
Print Area: 300x300x400mm (12x12x15.75") Build area
Power: 480w 24V system CE rated Power Supply, can use 110v or 220v (US Cord Provided)
Max Extruder Temp: 245C (can reach higher but will shorten the longevity of the extruder)
Max Bed Temp: 120C
Controller: MKS Gen 1.4
Resolution: 0.05mm (50 Microns)
24V Heated Bed
SHIPPING WEIGHT 30lbs
** As we receive customer feedback we do make small alterations to the kit if we feel they improve the kits performance and stability, the kit you receive might reflect some of these slight changes and improvements.
The Folger Technologies FT-i3 Mega is designed as a lower cost alternative to our FT-5 and other low cost printers on the market, a simple design that has been scaled up from our 2020 i3 model.
Upgrades over our 2020 i3 include:
- 300x300x400mm Print Area
- 24V heating system
- Integrated Aluminum Heated Bed (vs PCB style)
- Built in LCD with offline SD card printing
- MKS Gen 1.4 Controller
This kit includes the following:
- 2004 LCD with SD card Reader
CNC Cut ACM (Aluminum Composite Material) Frame Panels
- 480W 24v Power Supply
NEMA17 5.0kg/cm Stepper Motors
- MKS Gen 1.4 Controller with A4988 Steppers
Impressive 300mmx300mmx400mm Build Area
Able to print ABS, PLA, PETG, TPE and many more type of Plastic (1.75mm)
Can run 110V or 220V (Only Comes With US Cord)
Items you will need:
- Google Drive Link: (Build Guide and Firmware)
This is a kit of components for assembly into a 3D Printer by the end user. Building and using the printer is potentially very dangerous as it involves electricity and high temperatures.
Building the printer will require a certain amount of physical dexterity, common sense and a thorough understanding of what you are doing. We have provided fully comprehensive build documentation to enable you to build your Folger Tech 3D Printer Kit in a safe manner.
However ultimately we cannot be responsible for your health and safety whilst building or operating the printer, with that in mind be sure you are confident with what you are doing prior to commencing with building or buying. Read all of the manual to enable you to make an informed decision.
Building and operating involves electricity, so all necessary precautions should be taken and adhered to, the printer runs on 24V supplied by a certified power supply, so you shouldn't ever have to get involved with anything over 24V but bear in mind there can still be high currents involved and even at 24V they shouldn't be taken lightly.
High temperatures are involved with 3D Printing, the Extrusion nozzle of the hot end runs at 230°C, the heated bed runs a 110°C and the molten plastic extruded will initially be at around 200°C, so special care and attention should be made when handling these parts of the printer during operation.
We wouldn't recommend leaving your printer running unattended.We cannot be held responsible for any loss, damage, threat, hurt or other negligent result from either building or using the printer.