Made of industrial grade parts, the TRINUS is the professional 3D printer you can afford. Not only this, this all-metal 3D printer can transform into a laser engraver within 60 seconds. Trinus is made with all premium aluminum and steel parts. Not only does it have a metal frame, it also has metal internal components. No loose belts or plastic gears. Again, with 11 modular units, you will be able to set up TRINUS in no time. Scaled down from industrial-grade machines, Trinus delivers stability, accuracy, and durability. At its core is a single-axis slide that is commonly used in industrial machines but rarely found in desktop 3D printers. The team was able to design a low-cost single-axis slide that delivers extremely high precision but keeps Trinus affordable. With all metal internal components, Trinus does not require constant recalibration. Its parts stay in place. Because it is so stable, Trinus maintains quality printing up to print speeds of 70 mm/sec, and is capable of running at a maximum speed of 150 mm/sec. It prints at a minimum layer height of 50 microns, generating clean and smooth prints. A powerful printer now brought to you at an affordable price.
TRINUS – The Affordable All-Metal 3D Printer
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The official profiles we support are on our web page kodama3d.com. The unofficial (more) are shared by other people and we sometimes modify them, they are available in the FB group.
Again, if they were on the website, so much easier for everyone.
Go to the FB group, Trinus Creatives. There are all the profiles you look for :)
Have you received the printer already? :)
As long the export is gCode you are fine.
it really shouldn't need to. I'm nearly positive I want to bottom maker bot it would've just worked. It doesn't take into account the many deep grooves I have in my heated bad because of variations in the vertical direction of the Trinis with the various Slicers.
@James Mount - we will provide an update this week.
I cannot assemble. The screws are so cheap they strip.
Directions are worthless.
Thanks for the quick answer this time!
I'll contact you 1-1 via the ticketing system to get this sorted next week. Lukas
all the software and print files are in the download area on the forum
I'll look up your requests and respond via email!
Sorry for the trouble, Lukas
I already wrote 3 mails within the months and never got any answer!!!
They say 7-10 days, but at this point it seems like people are having to wait at least 6 times as long.
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