Prusa i3 MK3S 3D Printer

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Safety Training is REQUIRED before using this resource and must be cleared by Hybrid Atelier personnel.
Prusa i3 MK3S 3D Printer


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The MK3S+ includes all the proven features of the previous models, including the heatbed with removable PEI spring steel print sheets, automatic Mesh Bed Leveling, filament sensor, power loss recovery (power panic), and safety features.

This printer has the capacity to use up to 5 filaments at a time.

Technical Parameters

Build Volume 25×21×21 cm (9.84"×8.3"×8.3")
Layer height 0.05 - 0.35 mm
Filament diameter 1.75 mm
Supported materials Wide range of thermoplastics, including PLA, PETG, ASA, ABS, PC (Polycarbonate), CPE, PVA/BVOH, PVB, HIPS, PP (Polypropylene), Flex, nGen, Nylon, Carbon filled, Woodfill and other filled materials.
Max nozzle temperature 300 °C / 572 °F
Max heatbed temperature 120 °C / 248 °F

Safety Checks

  1. The device is for indoor use only. Do not expose the printer to rain or snow. Always keep the printer in a dry environment at a minimum distance of 30 cm from other objects.
  2. Always place the printer on a stable place, where it cannot fall or tip over.
  3. The printer supply is household power outlet 230 VAC, 50 Hz or 110 VAC / 60 Hz. Never connect the printer to a different power supply; it may cause malfunction or damage to the printer.
  4. Place the power cord so you cannot stumble on it or step on it, or otherwise expose it to any potential damage. Also, make sure that the power cord is not mechanically or otherwise damaged. If so stop using the damaged power cord immediately, and replace it.
  5. When you disconnect the power cord from the socket, pull the plug rather than the cord to reduce the risk of damage to the plug or to the AC outlet.
  6. Never disassemble the printer power supply; it does not contain any parts that could be repaired by an unskilled worker. All repairs must be performed by a qualified technician.
  7. Do not touch the nozzle or heatbed when the printer is printing or warming up. Note that the temperature of the nozzle is 210-300 °C (410-572 °F); heatbed temperature can reach over 100 °C (212 °F). Temperatures above 40 °C (104 °F) can cause harm to the human body.
  8. Do not reach inside the printer while it is still in operation. An injury may be caused by its moving parts.
  9. Prevent children from unsupervised access to the printer even when the printer is not printing.
  10. Do not leave the printer unattended while it's still on! While the device has a number of safety features and temperature monitoring, incorrect wiring, damaged cables, failure of components, and/or failure to follow the instructions of this handbook may lead to a fire hazard.
  11. Plastic is being melted during printing which produces odors. Set up the printer in a well-ventilated place.