April 24, 2014

The Mankati Fullscale XT 3D printer is designed with a full steel unibody to ensure high stability. Created by Chinese company Shanghai Vision Technology Co., Ltd., the Mankati Fullscale XT features patented print head, made of Teflon/PEEK, to eliminate nozzle clogging problem. It uses a filament feeder made with a gear motor and a metal gear fixture for accuracy.

The Mankati Fullscale XT features Monocrystal glass print bed with high-transmission rate and high strength. The Heated bed is encased in high-temp rubber. The printer has also enclosed build chamber with PMMA glass walls on three sides for keeping the temperature inside stable, preventing warping and deformation while printing large objects.

Other features:

  • Dual extruder for dual color printing
  • Large build envelope: 250*250*300mm
  • Precision: X,Y axis 0.01mm, Z axis 0.015mm
  • Layer Resolution: 0.04mm-0.4mm
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • Speed: Max. Travel Speed: 250mm/sec.; Max. Print Speed: 180mm/sec.; Max. Extrude Speed:100mm/sec
  • Printer dimensions: 380*420*530mm
  • Weight: 25kg
  • One-year warranty


  • Controller Arduino ATmega2560 R3Micro Controller
  • Mother Board Mankati Stable Main Board V3.x
  • Stepper Motor X, Y axis 42*48, 1.3A; Z axis 42*63, 1.5A
  • Geared Motor E42*42, Ratio 1:10


  • Operating System XP, Vista, Win7, Win8, Mac, Linux/Ubuntu
  • File Format STL, OBJ, GCode
  • Printing Software and Slicer Cura
  • Software Language English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Polish

A 3D printer this large needs to able to print consistently and reliably. Below is a 48 hour print of the Honda NSX Concept car.

Below are some high quality 3D prints made on a Mankati Fullscale XT. The company is offering Mankati a FOB price of USD$1,200~1,500, the price varies depending on the quantity that you purchase.

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Andreas wrote at 3/18/2015 12:23:02 AM:

Der beste 3D Drucker der am Markt in dieser Preisklasse zu haben ist. Seit 2015 neues verbessertes Modell.

tagyro wrote at 9/23/2014 9:01:35 AM:

"This case has been finished, I was unhappy with Mankati at the beginning, but later they have helped me to solve this problem very well, now everything is OK. Thanks Mankati"

tagyro wrote at 8/18/2014 3:21:36 PM:

Lousy quality and even lousier customer support I bought the Mankati FullScale last month but until now I haven't been able to print once with it. I received the printer with the glass bed broken (at the screw holes) and wrong filament motors. Contacted support and they offered to send a replacement bed and the missing motor. After another week I received the motor but instead of receiving the full bed only the glass part was included. Now, keep in mind that the first bed had the glass broken exactly at the screw point so probably this was the cause in the initial place. Also, Mankati support informed me that if I broke the second glass bed they will not replace it. When I asked to return the printer, they simply refused. Now I'm stuck with a non-functioning 3D printer and with a $2000 hole in the bank. Stay away from Mankati! I've had the worst experience ever.

Mankati USA wrote at 7/26/2014 12:47:13 AM:

this is an amazing printer for the price; If you're in North America, you can order the Mankati printer from www.mankati.us

Bob C. wrote at 7/24/2014 11:24:41 PM:

You can now purchase the Mankati Fullscale XT in the USA from Intellytech. They are located in Denver and ship the same day with free shipping. Its an amazing high quality printer. Highly recommended!

Karce wrote at 6/14/2014 4:33:13 PM:

If anyone in North America is interested in the Mankati Fullscale XT I have it on eBay at the moment: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281358338585?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 It will also be selling soon on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KUICI3Y

Touch the Bits wrote at 5/9/2014 4:47:33 PM:

In the Eu you can get it at my online store http://www.touch-the-bits.de/shop/3d-drucker/mankati-fullscale-xt/

Eduardo wrote at 4/25/2014 3:37:26 AM:

Patented print head but borrows the Ultimaker X Y gantry design? Open source? Why not come up with a fully patented 3D printer? Unique and of your own design?

david c. wrote at 4/24/2014 8:19:01 PM:


jd90 wrote at 4/24/2014 3:46:50 PM:

The J-Head has vent slots in the Peek barrels for a reason. I think it's a mistake to not have them. I don't see anything on the print head that merits a patent. "PMMA glass" is acrylic. It just makes it sound more special than it is.

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