Elegoo Mars Pro

The successor to the popular UV LCD 3D printer

  • Many improvements
  • Greater stability
  • New user interface
  • Less smell

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Item no.: ELG-14000921, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 14.0009.21

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  • Many improvements
  • Greater stability
  • New user interface
  • Less smell

Product information & technical details

Item no.: ELG-14000921
Manufacturer No.: 14000921
Manufacturers: Elegoo
Content: 1 pc
Net weight: 8kg
Discount : 10% & more
Product types: 3D Printers
Assembly: Fully assembled
Printing Technology: UV LCD
Printer Display: Touch Display
Supported operating systems: Windows (7+), Mac OS X (10.7+)
Interfaces: USB - Connection
Supported Formats (Slicer): STL, OBJ
Building platform : 115 x 65 x 150 mm


Elegoo Mars Pro

The predecessor, the Elegoo Mars, achieved a very high popularity as a high-quality and inexpensive entry-level LCD printer. In addition to the numerous compliments, there were of course suggestions for improvement, which have been collected over the years and have now been implemented in the new Elegoo Mars Pro. The predecessor was already a very good printer and now Elegoo has set the standard even higher.

New matrix light source

The new matrix light source has been revised and consists of 28 50W UV LED lights, which have a more uniform exposure. This not only improves the accuracy but also a faster exposure time of up to 25%. The Mars Pro only needs 45 seconds on average for the first layer and 6 seconds for the other layers.

New linear guide rail

The Z-axis now has the new linear guide rail. The guide is now considerably more stable, which leads to a more even movement and significantly improved movement accuracy. This leads to better printing results and smoother surfaces.

Less smell

When working with an LCD 3D printer, the smell of resin could become very annoying over time. To combat this problem, the Mars Pro has a built-in activated carbon filter, which significantly reduces the smell. The air is now first cleaned through the filter to ensure a safer and fresher user experience for you.

In addition to the activated carbon filter, the Mars Pro has a rubber seal so that the air can only escape through the filter in the best possible way.

Improved platform

The new printing platform has new non-slip Allen screws. This leads to a more stable levelling.

In addition, the printing platform has a special surface texture to significantly improve the adhesion. This leads to a much higher success rate because the printed parts adhere much better to the platform.

Easier to use

The user interface has been redesigned in a simple and dark design to make it even more user-friendly. In addition, the USB port has now been moved forward, which is much more practical than on Mars. With the Mars Pro, you no longer have to move the printer to get to the USB port.

Other features:

  • Optimised motherboard
  • Greater accuracy
  • 2K resolution
  • 47 μm precision

Note: No resin is included in the contents of delivery

Questions & Answers about Elegoo Mars Pro

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  • Hello please could you tell me if I need to buy a separate curing machine if I buy this 3D printer or does the printer do everything I need? Thanks so much in advance

    1 Answer, last answered on 19 April 2021

  • What plug does this item come with, and what voltage does it run on?

    1 Answer, last answered on 11 December 2020

  • Specification states windows 7+. Does the software work with Windows 10?

    1 Answer, last answered on 10 September 2020

Customer Reviews

10 English reviews written for Elegoo Mars Pro

41 customer reviews in all languages

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79 reviews
10 customer reviews in English
41 customer reviews in all languages

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