from prusa3d.com – “The Original Prusa I3 MK3S is the successor of the award-winning Original Prusa i3 MK2 3D printer. With the rebuilt extruder, a plethora of sensors and the new magnetic MK52 heatbed with replaceable PEI spring steel print sheet.”
This is my first 3D printer and I can say that I have been completely happy with it.
I am going to use this page to add links to useful “stuff”.
New Printed Parts – MKI3S
This is a direct link to Prusa’s “Prusa i3 Printable Parts and Upgrades” – all of the Prusa printer upgrades including of course the one I am interested in, the MK3.
This is a direct link to an article on upgrading the Prusa i3 MK3 to the i3 MK3S. This page has links to downloading the parts that can be ‘self’ printed as well as illustrations of all of these parts, descriptions, instructions and so on.
Streamed live on Mar 5, 2019
Going to upgrade my basically stock Prusa Mk3 to the latest and greatest MK3s extruder design. All new filament sensor with higher reliability here I come!
Streamed live on Mar 8, 2019
Upgrading my original MK3 to MK3S
Streamed live on Mar 11, 2019
The Extruder of Thesus
Look, when the kit instructions classify the assembly as “extremely difficult” and you’re fresh out of gummy bears, a lot of things can go wrong, and they did.
In the video I mention a trouble shooting guide that Filip from Prusa Research clued me into:
Hope you find it useful, or at least a little entertaining.
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What is the longest piece that your Prusa i3 MK3 printer can print?
X: 250 mm and Y: 210 mm w a 200 mm Z