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Catalogue 3D printer principle 2 HICTOP 3D Printer parameters 2 3 Parts list3 4 Assembly instruction guide 6 ID: 812509 Download

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User Manual

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Catalogue

3D printer

principle

…………………….….2

HICTOP 3D Printer parameters ………..2

3. Parts list……………………………….……...3

4. Assembly instruction guide ………….….…..6

5. Calibration …………..……………….………7 5.1 LCD screen display ……………..………7 5.2 Leveling the Heat Bed…………………..7 5.3 Loading the filament……………………116. Installing Cura and setting ……………….....127. Printing ………………………………..…....13 7. 1 Printing by SD card…………..……….. 14 7. 2 Printing by computer …………………... 178. How to install driver manually?....................219. Warnings & Notice………………………… 2410. Cura

2. HICTOP 3D Printer parameters

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1. 3D

printer principle

Working condition temperature:15-32

Printing limitation270mmx210mmx200mm

Nozzle temperature:190~250℃

Print platform temperature:0~110℃

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Parts List

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Model: 3DP-11, 3DP-12, 3DP-16, 3DP-17

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4. Assembly Instruction Guide

i. You will find the assembly instruction from the DVD disc

in the

package.

ii.

If

the

DVD disc is not readable, please download the manual from the link below:3DP-11: https://goo.gl/7HE4r33DP-12: https://goo.gl/Eehx1J3DP-16: https://goo.gl/3D19Ln3DP-17: https://goo.gl/XzhxFbiii. Videos of assembly instructions or shoubleshootings are available in our Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Udtwu2QGX6iml-meV6s_w Or search “HICTOP” on Youtube

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5. Calibration

5.2 Leveling the Heat Bed

The best distance between the nozzle and hot bed is 0.1mm (thickness of A4 paper) as the first picture shows.

If the distance is not good, please adjust the level of the hot bed by turning the four wing nuts under the hot bed.

Lower

5.2.1 Disable the Steppers

Higher

挤出机在XYZ 轴的坐标值

100% printing speed of your Cura setting Printing process

Worked time

Printer is ready for printing

Power on the 3D printer and you will see the LCD screen shows above.

Extruder temperature

Hot bed temperature

Left side is the real temperature

5.1 LCD screen

Right side is your setting temperature

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Instert A4 paper between the nozzle and hot bed. Turn the wing nut clockwise or counterclockwise to make the nozzle attached to the paper.

Note

: Keep the

nozzle

away

from

the hot bed during

movement.

5.2.4 Leveling the right front corner of the hot bed

5.2.2 Adjust the height of the Z axis endstop switch换图片(要能看清楚限位开关), 并增加一张 包含硬币的距离图Make sure the distance is less than 1mm. Check the picture above.Move the extruder to the right side. Turn the wing nut clockwise or counterclockwise to make the nozzle touch the paper. Note: Keep the nozzle away from the hot bed during movement. 5.2.5 Leveling the right backward corner of the hot bed

5.2.3 Leveling the left front corner of the hot bed

Pull the hot bed front.Turn the wing nut clockwise or counter clock wise to make the nozzle touch the paper.

Note

:Keep the nozzle away from the hot bed during movement.

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5.3

Loading the filament

5.2.6 Leveling the

left backward

corner of the hot bed

Move the extruder to the left side. Turn the wing nut clockwise or counterclockwise to make the nozzle touch the paper.

Note

: Keep the

nozzle

away from the hot bed during movement. 5.3.2 Preheating the hot end5.3.1 Moving up the Extruder Make sure the nozzle is at least 50mm higher than the hot bed when loading the filament. Note: The temperature depends on your filaments. Please check the printing temperatures of your filaments before setting. For example: HICTOP PLA is 190-230 degrees.000

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ii. Press

the tensioner arm and insert

the

filament

into the

hole.

i. Make the filament straig

h

t .

iii. The filament comes out through the nozzle7. Modeling and Printing6. Installing Cura and settingi. You will find the Cura and Manual from the DVD disc in the package.ii. If the DVD disc is not readable, please download Cura and Manual from the link below: For Win system: https://goo.gl/cPo9ip For Mac system: https://goo.gl/fdpoqN 5.3.3 Inserting the filament into the nozzleUser ManualUser Manual7.0 3D modeling software recommendation

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Save

G-Code

naed

G-code

-

xxx.stl

xxx.stl

xxx.gcode

...Software

7.1.1 Save .stl as .gcode

7.1.2

Inserting the SD card into the slot at the back of LCD screen.

7.1.3

Power on the 3D printer

and change setting in the LCD screen.

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7.

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Printing by SD card

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7. 2 Printing with computer

Different machine

may have

different

COM number.

If there is no COM in your software, please see picture below.

You need to manually install the driver. Please follow page 23 on how to install driver.

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Select

115200

and Click

OK

.

Open your own .stl file.

Wait until it shows the printing time.

Click , and comes out the dialog

box

below.

Click “

Print

”.

The hot bed and hot end

start to heat. See pictures below.

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8. How to install driver manually?

Right click USB Serial

Port.

Choose Update Driver Software

Open Device Manager.

Then

USB Serial Port displays in t

he following dialog

bo

x.

Browse my computer for driver software.

Find the Driver from the DVD disc. Then click Next.

If the DVD disc is not readable, please download Driver from the link:

https://goo.gl/LCUwfl

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9. Warnings & Notice

 

Warnings

:

During the operation, the nozzle may reach a high temperature

of 250

, the platform is inclined to reach 100

. To ensure your safety and to avoid a fire or deformation of models, any touch with models, nozzle, or platform is prohibited.Please don't run the 3D printer when the machine is unattended. While operation, some material will produce a slight odor. Please use this device in a well-ventilated environment. In addition, when printing, please try to keep the printer away from the stream, which might influence the quality of your prints. Keep away from water or some flammable devices. Notice:ABS will give out a slight odor while printing.Please leave the 3D printer away from water, or water might damage the machine.

While printing, please don't cut off the power or pull out the SD card. This will cause loss of model data. When loading filament, nozzle tends to squeeze filament. Please make sure that

the nozzle is lifted above the printing platform by at least 50 mm. Otherwise nozzle might be clogged.

In process of maintenance,

remember to unplug the device.

The corresponding

Serial Port

comes out in Cura.

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www.hic3dprinter.com

Cura Manual

Cura

Installation Instruction

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Copy the software

Double click

to

o

pen

Cura 14.12

from the

DVD disc

to your PC

Cura Manual

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S

elect

all, and c

lick “Install”

Cura Manual

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Cura Manual

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This window of

welcome to the device driver installation wizar

d!”will

appear during the installation process

. Click “Next”.

Cura Manual

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Cura Manual

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Cura Manual

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Select “Start Cura 14.12” and c

lick

"Finish”

Cura Manual

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Cura Manual

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Operation on models

Cura Manual

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Cura Manual

1]Load

Click the icon

on the left top corner, or click File>load model file to load STL file.

2] Zoom in and out:

Use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out.

3] View:

Click and drag the right mouse button to view the object from multidimensional view.

4] Move:

Click and drag the left mouse button to move objects on the platform, and transform the

print position of the object on the heating plate.

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5] Scale

Use the left mouse button to select the model, click the icon Scale on the left bottom of the Window then you are able to adjust the length (Scale X) , width (Scale Y) and height (Scale Z) of the object .

6] Rotation

Click the Rotate icon in the lower left corner of the Window to rotate the object from 60 degrees.

7] Mirror

Click the icon Mirror in the lower left corner of the Window to rotate the Mirror on the X, Y, Z axis.

Cura Manual

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Cura Manual

Cura

Setting Instruction

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Click Machine>Machine settings

Cura Manual

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Setting

the data as the following picture shows

. Click “Ok”.

Note:

Cura software support

s

for the STL File. After finishing your model with

software such as Proe/UG/Solid works / 3 d Max, you are expected to

save it as a STL file by going through the File > save as STL File. Ant then save the gcode

to sd card for printing. Cura Manual

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Settings for

PLA

:

Cura Manual

Layer height (mm) should be 0.1~0.3 (less layer height, more accurate but takes more time).

Shell thickness (mm) should be bigger than nozzle diameter and will influence the

hardness (should be times of nozzle size).

Enable retraction: prevent snagging (material flow). Please decrease the minimum travel if it occurs stringing or oozing.

Fill: influence the hardness of the bottom (please use glue or tape for warp issue).

Bottom thickness: Adjust with layer height & nozzle diameter.

Fill Density (%): should be 20%~40%.

Speed and Temperature: PLA (190~220) .Print speed(mm/s): resolution less than 1 mm should be controlled below 20 mm/s.Support: everywhere+ raft (touch builder just suits for few structures). We have to clean the support after printing.

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Layer thickness: This might vary depending on the complexity of the part geometry. A thicker layer requires high desired saturation. Using a high saturation also leads to the same problem.

Material flow: This is the amount of binder released from the individual nozzle of the print head, and depends on the binder density. This gives an idea about desired saturation.

Speed: This also depends on the

material and structure

, and is very important for uniform spreading. Material with more corner requires a relatively slower spread speed, whereas relatively higher spread speed could be set for coarse particles. The distance between nozzle and plate when printing is quite important for the whole quality.

Note:

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Distance should be 3.5-4.5 and will influence the retraction.

Minimal layer time will be bigger than cooling time.

When printing PLA, click enable cooling fan.

Travel speed are suggested to be around 70 mm/s.

Infill speed should be 50-70 mm/s.

Outer shell speed should be 40 mm/s.

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Settings for

ABS

(240~260)

Cura Manual

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Note 1

Now while there are many thermoplastics, very few of them are currently used for 3D Printing. For a material to prove viable for 3D Printing, it has to pass three different tests:

initial extrusion into Plastic Filament

, second extrusion and

trace-binding during the 3D Printing process

, then finally end use application.

ABS - 

Its strength, flexibility, machinability, and higher temperature resistance make it often a preferred plastic for engineers, and professional applications. The hot plastic smell deter some as does the plastics petroleum based origin. The additional requirement of a heated print bed means there are some printers simply incapable of printing ABS with any reliability.

PLA - 

The wide range of available colors and translucencies and glossy feel often attract those who print for display or small household uses. Many appreciate the plant based origins and prefer the semi-sweet smell over ABS. When properly cooled, PLA seems to have higher maximum printing speeds, lower layer heights, and sharper printed corners. Combining this with low warping on parts make it a popular plastic for home printers, hobbyists, and schools.

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PLA

More brittle than ABS

Can droop if it gets too hot, for example, if it is left in a hot car in the summer time

Usually turns white along the high stress zone when it is bent, then breaks into lots of little pieces

Even though it is made from plants, it may contain dyes and binders which are not food safe

Smells sweet when it is being printed

Strength is relatively equal to ABS

ABS

Impact resistant and tough

Hard

GlossyPetroleum based

FlammableProne to cracking if cooled too quicklyUsually bends before it breaksHas a strong, toxic smell when it is being printedStrength is relatively equal to PLANote 2

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ABS requires higher temperatures to extrude than PLA. That often requires that you use a hot plate to print on so the part does not cool too fast as it is being printed.

PLA, on the other hand, frequently prints better if there is a fan blowing on the part to cool it down before it can droop.

ABS usually needs a fully up to temperature heat bed or the part may not work. PLA , on the other hand benefits from cool blowing air to keep its temperature down so it does not droop. But it can also benefit from a heated print bed.

Many people have had good results printing ABS, a form of Polyimide tape which is surprisingly expensive. But it usually lasts a long time. Some people find that PLA works great unheated on blue painters tape but the tape needs to be replaced fairly frequently.

Note 3

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Sample

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Thank you for reading!

Please contact our customer for upgrade.

If you need to know how to modeling and get some tips on printing, please also contact our customer service team.

US customer service team

Phone

001-561-213-4528

Email:

hictop_service@ljelectronic.com

EU customer service team

Email: hictop_eu@hictop3dprinter.comwww.hic3dprinter.comLike our Facebook page www.facebook.com/hic3dprinterCustomer Service

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