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Fisher Delta full kit

£249.00+VAT

The latest 3D printer from RepRapPro – The Fisher 1.0 Delta – simple assembly, auto calibration and high-speed motion.

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Product Description

Features

  • Full open-source self-replicating Delta RepRap kit
  • 32-bit Arduino-compatible, shielded Duet electronics enable control via a web-browser
  • Pre-soldered Duet board with a built-in micro-SD card for standalone printing
  • Wiring looms for simple plug-in connection – no soldering required
  • Geared drive extruder with all metal stainless steel nozzle
  • Removable print surface which has spring loaded kinematic locations for 1um repeatable positioning and bed probing

Overview

The RepRapPro Fisher 3D printer is a Replicating Rapid-prototyping machine, or RepRap for short. It is an open-source derivative of the equally open-source RepRap Project which was started at Bath University, UK, in 2004. The machine uses a process known a Fused Filament Fabrication to build 3-dimensional objects in a range of plastics.  This process enables the user to create almost any shape which can be modelled on a computer, including some which could not be produced by traditional manufacturing techniques at all. Many examples of the objects people have made with Fisher and similar machines can be found can be found in the online repositories listed here.

The Fisher 1.0 Delta kit is the latest 3D printer kit from RepRapPro. This RepRap benefits from simple assembly, auto calibration and high-speed motion. It is both our fastest and lowest-cost printer. For the latest updates on Fisher see the Fisher delta 1.0 news post.

No time to build your RepRap 3D printer? We have a limited number of assembled Fisher Delta 1.0 available.

What’s in the Complete Kit?

The Full Kit includes all components required to get you printing. Software to run the machine is available to download for free, including the firmware for the electronics.

Contents includes:

  • All hardware (smooth rods, screws, nuts, washers, belts, bearings etc)
  • Pre-soldered and programmed electronics
  • MicroSD card + adapter
  • Non-heated Buildtak print surface
  • Motors
  • Nozzle assembly and extruder drive mechanism
  • Reel of 1.75mm diameter PLA filament
  • Universal power supply for all mains voltages between 110V and 250V
  • All the 3D-printed Fisher parts

Do you already have access to a 3D printer? Save money! Print your own Fisher and complete it with our Fisher Hardware Kit available here.  Do you already have access to a 3D printer and lasercutter (at a school or hackerspace, maybe)? Save money! Print and cut your own fisher parts and complete it with out Fisher Maker Kit available here.

The above contents are subject to improvement without notice. Full Kits will always be provided with all components required to get you printing.  Hardware kits will always be provided with all components required to get you printing except the 3D-printed parts.  The colours of the supplied filament will not always match those illustrated.

Spare parts and Filament

We sell spare parts for all our kits. See the Components and Parts kits page for items we have available. All our kits are designed to print with 1.75mm filament. We have filament reels available from our webshop. For other filament suppliers see here.

Lead times and Shipping

Current lead times and shipping costs are listed in our FAQs.

Photo Credits

3dbenchy model from 3dbenchy.com printed with 0.2mm layer height through 0.4mm nozzle in eSun Pine green PLA.

Ghost model from youmagine printed at 40% scale with 0.2mm layer height through 0.4mm nozzle in eSun Pine green PLA.

Stanford Bunny model from Thingiverse printed with 0.2mm layer height through 0.4mm nozzle in Filament Print Gold PLA.

Adalinda the singing serpent, courtesy of Louise Driggers. Model available on Thingiverse. Printed at 65% scale with 0.2mm layer height through 0.4mm nozzle in Filament Print Gold PLA.

 

“I have now commissioned my Fisher Delta 3d printer and designed replacement parts for my wife’s spinning wheel. They came out perfectly. I am very pleased with the purchase of this printer. Excellent! Thank you very much.” – Paul (UK)

“The standard of the finished printed model is astounding, even more so when given a touch of paint, they shout out professionalism.” – Review in The Hobby Hub (see here).

(We ask individual’s permission before quoting their testimonials. Unless they explicitly ask us to use their full name, we only print given names.)

Overall Size: 260x260x435mm

Build volume: XY Dia 150mm, Z 150mm

Build Surface: Acrylic plate with Buildtak

Feeds: 1

Nozzles: 1 (0.4mm)

Max print speed: 120mm/s

Layer height: 0.05mm – 0.4mm

Connectivity: Ethernet, USB, uSD

Materials: PLA, PETG, PCL

Shipping Box Size: 475x285x100mm

Weight: 6kg

You can find detailed instructions for building your RepRapPro Fisher here.

The design files to allow you to print one for yourself, along with the source code for all the software and the CAD files for the electronics, are here on Github.

For the latest updates on Fisher see the Fisher delta 1.0 blog post.