The Flyingbear P905 is a large-format DIY 3D printer shipped as a kit. It comes with dedicated instructions that will walk you step-by-step through the assembly process. It features an all-metal frame for greater stability. According to your printing requirements, it can be configured with either a single or dual extrusion system and a single or dual Z-axis. Its low price tag makes it a good entry-level 3D printer.
The P905 is an improved version of the P902. It comes with two different build volumes, offering a maximum print area of up to 220 x 280 x 210 mm (dual-extrusion configuration). It is equipped with a fan-cooled board for continuous printing. The dual Z-axis version features a heated bed for printing with high-temp materials. It also includes an optional automatic bed leveling system.
The printer is compatible with a variety of filaments and it has been used to create various models, including functional and replacement parts, kitchen tools, and more. Continue reading for the full review.
For example, one user 3D printed some gingerbread man stamps for his sister. The machine was able to produce accurate walls despite their low thickness.
After the breakage of a button of his washing machine, one user decided to 3D print the replacement part on his own. Despite the low resolution and visible layering, the component perfectly fitted the device fixing the problem.
The Flyingbear P905 is an FDM 3D printer that can build layers at 50 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. The below-pictured vase is an example of its printing capability.
The Flyingbear P905 comes with a 0.2 mm nozzle, which produces highly detailed 3D prints.
The print head runs on rods with linear bearings, making the design more simple, lightweight and effective, all characteristics that are desirable in a 3D printer. The metal body reduces the backlash between parts, making the printing more precise and reliable.
Flyingbear P905 prints with PLA, ABS, PETG, Wood, PVA, Flex, and other materials.
This ABS-made gun has been printed in parts then assembled together.
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The Flyingbear P905 prints with 1.75 mm filament. It is compatible with every third-party filament available on the market, providing you with a wide choice of materials.
The single extrusion version features a build volume of 220 x 220 x 210 mm, while the dual extrusion model offers a larger print area of 220 x 280 x 210 mm.
That’s why you will be able to print almost anything you might need, even an airplane.
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Printed in parts, it was then assembled providing a cool final result.
The printer is controlled via the built-in LCD interface.
3D models can be printed from computer via Micro SD or USB.
The printer runs Repetier-host and Cura software and works with 3D models in STL format. The software is available for Windows and Mac OS X. Linux users can install a virtual machine or other software.
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Flyingbear P905 comes with a cube, bare-bone design composed of black, metal profiles. Its stylish look makes it ideal for both home and professional use.
The printer dimensions are 13.7 x 13.39 x 15.16 inches (348 x 340 x 385 mm). It weighs 22 lb (10.5 kg). The spool holder is mounted on the left side of the printer.
The price Flyingbear P905 is $399.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality.