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ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D PrinterADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer

ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer

4.14 out of 5
(7 customer reviews)

$37.00

The ADIMLab 3D is an affordable printer that can produce large, high-quality prints. It is a great choice for those looking for an easy-to-use printing machine to get into 3D printing.

Description

ADIMLab Gantry Pro is a 3D printer that comes with 90% pre-assembled components, dual Z-axis motors, and dual Y-axis tracks. These are very impressive features that fasten the  X/Y/Z pulley movements and result in faster and more stable printing. 

It’s a powerful desktop printing machine which means you can bring it anywhere and start printing right away without having to be concerned about its DIY assembly. The build volume of this machine is 310*310*410mm, which makes it perfect for larger projects. The print speed on this unit is up to 120 mm/s, which should be more than enough for most users out there looking to get started with 3D printing.

The best part about this printer though is its Titan direct extruder and dual fans as well as the fact that it is easy to change filament when using it! You won’t have any problem using this unit because it is more smoother and convenient. Its hot bed is made of lattice glass – that says everything about how easy it is to level, attach, and detach the models. 

ADIMLab Gantry Pro also has a feature for resume printing due to a filament runout or power outage. You will also enjoy upgraded auto leveling, touch screen & wifi functions for making the operation simpler. 

Features 

  • Printing technology: FDM
  • Printing platform: Aluminium base heated bed
  • Extruder: Proximity extrusion.
  • Material: PLA, ABS, Wood, HIPS, PC, TPE, Flexible PLA 
  • Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm.
  • Filament diameter: 1.75mm
  • Layer resolution: 0.05-0.3mm
  • Max printing Speed: 120 mm/s.
  • Max build Volume: 310*310*410mm.
  • Heat bed max.temp: 100°C.
  • Extruder max.temp: 260°C
  • Power input: 110/220V, 360W
  • Power Output: 24V 15A
  • Connection: SD card or USB.
  • Support format: STL, G-Code, AMF, OBJ
  • Operating software: repetier-host, CURA 
  • Operating system: Windows7/MAC OS/Linux 
  • Machine Dimension: 520 X 550 X 620mm
  • Machine weight:10KG

FAQs:

u003cstrongu003eDoes an ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer have an auto-leveling feature?u003c/strongu003e

No. The ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer needs to be leveled manually. However, the manufacturers are now supplying the method of upgrading the printer to auto-leveling. 

u003cstrongu003eCan I print PETG with ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer?u003c/strongu003e

PETG requires a hotbed temperature of u003cstrongu003e220–260 °C u003c/strongu003ewhile the ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer is made to withstand hotbed temperatures up to 80 degrees Celsius. Therefore, if you want to print PETG, you need a new hotend and a thermistor to enable the printer to withstand higher temperatures. 

u003cstrongu003eWhat is the vertice screen size in ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer?u003c/strongu003e

In ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer has “Trapezoidal screws” with “8mm Diameter, 8mm Lead, 2mm Pitch, and 510mm length.”

Additional information

Brand

ADIMLab

Materials Supported

All Filaments

Connectivity

SD Card, USB

Auto Leveling

No

Heated Bed

Yes

Number of Extruders

1

Print Resolution

50 – 400 Microns

Print Speed

120 mm/s

Print Volume

12.2 x 12.2 x 16.1 inches

Product Dimensions

Item Weight

7 reviews for ADIMLab Gantry Pro 3D Printer

  1. michael
    5 out of 5

    Francesco

    So, I’m the kind of person that doesn’t like to review things because I’m such a picky person, but here’s my review so far. I received the package, and it was packaged very well, better than I expected. The build time for me was a bit more than 20 minutes, but that’s mostly because I’m new to 3D printing, and I wanted to ensure I had no issues with the assembly. The build is EXTREMELY easy, the hardest part (and it isn’t even hard) is screwing down the “Z” axises (step one). After that, it actually looks like a 3D printer!I was able to complete the build and when it came to “Manually Leveling” the bed so I can start printing, I ran into a major road block. For the life of me I couldn’t figure it out. I could get the front left, rear left and rear right edges leveled, but the front right edge wouldn’t play nice (don’t freak out yet, I’m rating this product 5 stars for a reason). After many attempts and lots of frustration, I reached out to Joseph (seller) and explained the issue and requested to return the unit. He had no issues with processing a return, and asked me if I would be willing to do a video chat with their support team to look into the issue for a possible solution. Figuring I had nothing to lose, I agreed to the video chat with their support team, and it was the best decision I made!Within seconds, and I mean within seconds, their support team had my issue diagnosed and provided the solution to leveling the bed. You want to know the solution? Tun the right front lead screw countercheck wise slightly until it levels (I felt like an idiot because I didn’t even think of that as a solution); within minutes, I was 3D printing their test prints with a smile from ear to ear!Now to the printing, so far, I printed 2 of their test boxes with different PLA filaments, and it prints AWESOME! I was a bit disappointed that this printer wouldn’t print ABS well (it doesn’t have independent fans for the heat sink and filament cooling, but their support team said they are working on a design (3D Print) to modify the fan assembly), but I was told PETG WOULD print, and it’s just as good as ABS, so I’m going to try that! Their support team is awesome, and are the primary reason why I decided not to return the unit! They let me know about their facebook forum to receive alerts about any new prints released to update the printer, or to find prints to fix issues as they arise in the future. What else can you ask for???There is one thing I wanted to mention, at high speeds, the prints aren’t as stable as they should be, but their support team are working diligently to come up with a solution to ensure high speed printing is possible with this unit. For the price, it’s $130 less than any 300x300x400 3D printer available on Amazon, and it’s a deal for what I intend to use it for.I’m going to use this one as much as possible, and wait for their 500x500x600 to be released in the future. That should say a lot coming from Mr. Picky, myself! I can upload pictures if it helps, but it’s already been done twice, and they don’t do the printer enough justice! Stop thinking about which 3D printer you want to buy! Save time and just buy this one, you WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!

  2. michael
    5 out of 5

    Francesco

    PSA: Check to make sure that the U shaped piece on the bottom of the heated bed that attaches it to the Y belt is securely fastened. I could not for the longest time get round circles… Turns out that was the cause. I could have just tightened the screws a bit more, but I also added some epoxy for an extra secure fit.This printer is a great value for price. The customer service is fantastic, and available for real time chat on Skype. While you can get decent prints out of the box, I made some modifications to my machine that vastly improved my print quality.I printed a 360° cooling fan shroud that accepts a 5015 blower fan and made a custom mount for it in Autodesk Inventor. $7-10 for the fan.I replaced the stock hotend with a V6 clone that has a dedicated cooling fan for the heat brake. Heat brake stays MUCH cooler and will be much less likely to jam. $16I bought an assortment of nozzle sizes so I can use a bigger one for large, quick and dirty prints, and a smaller one for finer detailed prints. $10Update the firmware. I asked the customer service if they could send me their most recent firmware over Skype and they were happy to do so. I changed the acceleration in configuration.h from its stock 3000mm/s^2 down to 300mm/s^2. This results in MUCH less frame vibration and shaking during quick infills and small details tend to show up a bit better.I built an enclosure. This was more of a “for fun” project, so I wasn’t going for bang for buck on this one. Ambient temp stays about 10° warmer than room temp, and it contains much of the noise and helps the bed heater to maintain its temp without running as much.Let me know in the comments if you have any questions about mods. I will try to keep an eye on it and I’d be happy to help.TL:DR Good from the factory. Great with some modifications.

  3. michael
    4 out of 5

    Jacob M

    The printer is great – its a good clone, took me about an hour to do – but I am rubbish at DIY -so if I can do it – so can you. What I dont like: The levelling. Its advertised as an “auto-levelling method” – what it should mean – it should mean that the printer does bed levelling itself, what it means in reality with this printer model – it will move the nozzle to 4 places around the bed, where you must either use the paper levelling method or use some feeler gauges. I tend to go around the bed about 3 to 4 times as it tends to move slightly as you tighten or loosen the knobs for the levelling (it affects the level of the other areas) so go around 3 times to make sure its levelled ok. What I do recommend – PVA glue, a thin layer will make sure your print sticks to the glass plate. This must be done when its all cool, a VERY thin layer or glue takes about 15-20 minutes to dry up and almost disappear. Believe me, when you start printing – the first layer will stick like. er. glue. When its finished, wait until the bed is cold/room temperature – then the part comes off easily. Its weird but it works. Use rubbing alcohol to remove the glue. Aside from some niggles – this is my first 3d printer experience as aside from the bit of DIY of putting a few parts together (its 90% assembled for you already) tighten up the belt as its normally quite loose – the printer is good. I just wish it performed true auto-levelling as it can take 20 minutes at a time and touching the bed can throw it out. Also print bigger under-bed knobs as they’re so small on the one they build, its a little difficult to get hands underneath. Its worth the money, if you’re ok with a “little” diy, then you’ll be fine and welcome to the world of 3d printing. Its brilliant !

  4. michael
    4 out of 5

    michael

    I liked using this 3D Printer for a while I didn’t really like that it doesn’t have an auto-level option without having to upgrade. but that’s just me being lazy. overall it prints very good quality miniatures and terrain that I use to play D&D

  5. michael
    3 out of 5

    James white

    The fact that this printer has a 3 corner reinforcement iron making the two-frame structure stable is all the juice in this machine. It is super exciting. The filament run-out detection is also very efficient.

  6. michael
    3 out of 5

    Stella

    The printer has dual Z-axis and dual Y-axis tracks for stability and to reduce the load. Even though the manual leveling of the glass bed was challenging, the Titan direct extruder and dual fans make the system resistant to wear and more stable. You can also create accurate prints within the shortest time possible.

  7. michael
    5 out of 5

    Mercy

    This 3D Printer has some excellent features which excite me more. some of the features include: an all-metal extruder, a carbon diamond build plate and heavy metal frame. The printer is well built than other previous models. This 3D printer is extraordinary as it printed my work flawlessly. This printer is incomparable to other machines in the market space as it is full of outstanding and unique qualities. I recommend this product for potential buyers for great quality work.

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