April 3, 2014
Sasan Seyedi launched a Kickstarter campaign for Cyrus 3D printer last year but was not fully funded. This year, Sasan comes back with a new Cyrus printer with extra features.
The Cyrus is a compact fully assembled desktop 3D printer with a built-in spoolhoolder on the back. It comes with a small metal geared stepper motor with a torque of 1.0Nm to lower the chances of the filament getting stuck.
The printer features heated bed, dual head, silent operation, built-in LCD panel with onboard SD card support, wireless/network printing ready and build volume of 195 mm x 195 mm x 200 mm.
With Cyrus you can print various materials such as PLA, ABS, LAYWOO-D3, HIPS, Bendlay, PVA, PET and even SmartABS. According to Sasan, the Cyrus 3D printer can print up to 20 micron resolution.
The specs of Cyrus:
- Print technology: Fused filament fabrication (FFF)
- Nozzle Temperature: 180° – 300° C
- Heated Bed: 40° – 100° C
- Power: 400watt
- Dual head ready
- Software: Repetier Host
- Printer size: 370 mm x 400 mm
- Resolution:up to 20 micron
- Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
- Travel speed: 10mm/s – 350mm/s
- Print Speed: 10mm/s – 300mm/s
- Filament : 1.75 mm
- Microstepping: 1/32
- Build volume: 195 mm x 195 mm x 200 mm
The printer is priced at 1,399.99 euro ex VAT, (1,930 USD, 1,161 GBP) and you can also get a limited time offer of free 1kg PLA.
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3d printer guy wrote at 10/12/2014 9:01:33 PM:
What a crappy product. Really...... no go
Perry Engel wrote at 4/8/2014 12:42:53 AM:
price too high. print quality, unimpressive. also,,, using a makerbot model to promote their product? http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:205869 (Aztec Chief) that's just bad form.
N wrote at 4/4/2014 12:27:29 AM:
I am building printers with larger volumes for $350. For that price it would need to do something extra or print extremely well. Those are average to low prints in term of quality. There is so much people could do. I don't understand why they are keeping with the status quo and then charging extra for it. So confused.
Ben wrote at 4/3/2014 8:13:35 PM:
Good luck with that build volume, in that price range, with one extruder.
Arquit wrote at 4/3/2014 5:59:33 PM:
What happened with the idea of do it accesible for everyone??? 1400€ it's not accesible for everyone, and there is a lot of better options at this price.
jd90 wrote at 4/3/2014 4:55:14 PM:
It looks like an uninventive clone. Pass.