Wanhao Duplicator D9 MKI / 400

The next level of Wanhao with a lot of space

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  • 400x400x400 mm build space
  • Heated build board
  • MK10 extruder
  • Automatic leveling

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Product information & technical details

Product types: 3D Printers
Printing Technology: FFF - FDM - LPD
Printer Display: Touch Display
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Building platform : 400 x 400 x 400 mm
Minimum layer height: 100 µm

Description

The new FDM printer from Wanhao is really an impressive machine. It's a big step forward after the Wanhao i3 and i3 Plus.

The Wanhao Duplicator D9 MKI is the perfect entry-level device. Large 3D printer with an impressive build area of 400 x 400 x 400 mm. The D9 has a heated board that makes larger prints much safer and easier and allows even more sophisticated filaments to adhere to the build plate.

The well-known MK10 extruder ensures a reliable extrusion of the filament and also has a direct drive. This means that the filament is fed directly to the hot end. This method is highly appreciated because it allows a more stable and uniform extrusion of the filament used. A magnetic board facilitates the removal of prints.

Highlights:

  • Large touch display in colour.
  • Intuitive instructions on the display
  • Known MK10 extruder with direct drive
  • Fully assembled and ready to launch within 10 minutes
  • Cura software included, compatible with SimpliFy3D
  • Auto levelling sensor for perfectly levelled printing surface
  • Magnetic build surface
  • Print continuation possible after a power failure
  • Heated bed

More information

Contents of delivery:

  • Wanhao Duplicator 9 3D Printer
  • Toolset
  • SD card
  • Wanhao Build plate tape
  • 10 meters of PLA filament
  • Power cable
  • USB cable
  • Filament holder

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