ON-SITE SERVICE: A service for clients located within Dallas Fort Worth. Clients outside DFW can email firstname.lastname@example.org for a distant onsite service quote. Onsite service covers travel costs for trips made by our technicians to service your printer. This effectively turns the carry-in warranty into an on-site warranty. We highly recommend this for educational systems and businesses.
NOTE: This printer requires a USB connection to a nearby computer to operate. A Windows 10 computer is best (Mac is usable but not as straightforward.)
X: 229mm (9”)
Y: 229mm (9”)
Z: 229mm (9”)
Draft Mode - Normal Quality:
High Quality Setting:
Depth: 635 mm (25")
Width: 406 mm (16")
Height: 457 mm (18")
The nominal resolution per axis.
0.0125 mm per microstep (12.5 microns)
0.05 mm per full step (50 microns)
A.C. Power Required
Normally set to 120v, selectable to 230v Max 5.0 A (fused)
Average current while printing: Approximately 1.0 Amps at 120V AC.
The fully assembled PolyPrinter 229 includes:
The PolyPrinter has a 6-Month “carry-in” warranty.
The warranty covers:
- failures due to defects in manufacturing
- design problems preventing functionality promised at the time of purchase
- two-way shipping of replacement parts
- labor at a designated repair facility
- forum, email, and live telephone support for diagnosis and repair
- breakage or wearing out of vital things that are not nominally wear items:
It does not cover:
- Consumables or wear items. (e.g. bed tape, nozzles.)
- Shipping the entire printer
- On-site labor
Posted by Isaac on 1st Feb 2018
I've had my printer for close to a year and I haven't had to do a single bit of maintenance besides replacing the tape and brushing off the print-head every now and then. I haven't had to re-calibrate it, or level the bed, or any of the other things I hear are regular bothers/chores with other printers. It just works. And I appreciate that a lot. I haven't had any printing screw-ups, my prints always stick well to the bed, edges and details are as clean as I have ever needed, and I was able to get a friction fit between components on my first try (0.5mm offset). I print only ABS and from what I've heard that's superposed to be difficult? I've heard these aren't usual things to say from my friends, but I've only owned a PolyPrinter. Thanks for your exceptional product. Definitely money well spent.