How To Print Prusa Spare Parts
Printing spare parts for your Prusa 3D printer is something seriously worth considering. While the Prusa parts are of a high quality, they're not indestructible. The extruder exceeds temperatures of 200 degrees, and over time it has the most potential for things to go wrong. In this short tutorial I show you how to download the spare parts for your specific printer, how to import them into Slic3r Prusa Edition, and what printer settings you should use. I highly recommend watching my video tutorial below.
Download The Spare Parts
You will need to download the STL files from the Prusa website. It is important that you download the correct parts for your specific printer. I own a MK3, so I will download the MK3 spares. Sounds obvious, but this could be a costly mistake if you get it wrong.
Link To Parts:
Download Slic3r Prusa Edition:
Here you can find any of the links I mentioned in the video. I hope you find them useful.
Slic3r Prusa Edition:
Recommended Print Settings
It is very important that you print the parts correctly. You will need to use the correct material, and even the correct colour (applies only to extruder parts).
0.2 mm layer height, infill 20% GRID. Material: PETG.
ALL extruder parts MUST be printed in BLACK PETG.
Colour choice does not matter for any other parts.
If you print your parts with the incorrect settings, you will regret this later on. So.. double check!
Thanks for reading.
Happy Printing :)
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