FULCRUM Minibot 1.0 Tiny, Pre-Assembled 3D Printer Goes for $139

There are plenty of low-cost 3D printers in the $100-$200 range, but they usually ship in kits, need to be assembled by the end-user and some may feel uncomfortable with the procedure.

But some models ship fully assembled such as Easythreed NANO 3D printer, and there’s now another fully assembled 3D printer that’s just launched. Meet FULCRUM Minibot 1.0.

FULCRUM Minibot 1.0 3D Printer
3D printer placed on a laptop for scale – Click to Enlarge

FULCRUM Minibot 1.0  features & specifications:

  • Display – Robin 2.4-inch TFT touch screen
  • Storage – MicroSD card for offline printing
  • Host Connectivity – USB port,  optional WiFi module
  • Engraving Accuracy – ± 0.1mm
  • Nozzle diameter – 0.4mm
  • Layer thickness – 0.1 to 0.4mm
  • XY-axis positioning accuracy – 0.05mm
  • Z-axis positioning accuracy – 0.0025mm
  • Printing Size – 75 x 70 x 70mm
  • Printing temperature – Up to 260°C or 205°C (depending where you read)
  • Print speed – Up to 100mm/s; normal print speed: 30 to 60mm/s
  • Supported material – PLA  @ 1.75mm ∅
  • Power Supply – Input: AC100-220V, output: 24V/ 2.5A
  • Dimensions – 21 x 21 x 22 cm
  • Weight – 3.5 kg (net)
  • Material – ABS frames, aluminum alloy platform board

The 3D printer supports OBJ and STL files and works with programs such as Cura or Simplify3D in Windows 7/8/10 or Mac OS 10.1+.

Tiny 3D Printer
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As we can see from the photo above, FULCRUM Minibot 1.0 does indeed come pre-assembled and it appears the user just needs to install the filament roll at the back on the 3D printer,  connect it to the nozzle, install a MicroSD card and connect the power supply. The 3D printer is really tiny and as a consequence, offers a very small maximum print size, but at least it prints quite faster than the competing Easythreed NANO.

FULCRUM Minibot 1.0 3D printer sells on GearBest for $139.90 shipped (pre-order) and used to be sold on Aliexpress (as early as January 2020) from Russia, but it’s not available anymore.

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benjamin
benjamin
1 year ago

Fulcrum… Hopefully this isn’t the same organisation as from the series “Chuck” 🙂

apoormarksman
apoormarksman
1 year ago

Nice machine, works well – but having printed from the TF card 2 howling wolves, 1 witches’ cauldron, a frog with a coin in its mouth, a reclining hedgehog and a pair of large dice which go under the most unfortunate name of ‘craps’, and no end of little vases, one hankers to print something useful. The booklet suggests a site called zhidian3d.com but a dead end unless one speaks Mandarin, (no other languages) and as yet YouTube has Angus and a nice French chap doing reviews, but nothing on ‘How to start making something you actually want to make’.… Read more »

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