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DIYElectronics are South Africa's leading supplier of locally produced Prusa i3 Printer Kit's. With over 1500 kits sold, we are the most knowledgeable technical people when it comes to advice and support for building and operating your Prusa 3D Printer.

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Since as far back as 2013, we at DIYElectronics have been building and supplying 3D Printers to South Africans all across the country, with over 1500 printers sold and an endless number of hours spent providing valuable support to customers. This has helped us to produce one of the best 3D Printer kits on the market, which comes pre-assembled with all the wiring, components and subtle settings that ensure every customer can enjoy guaranteed satisfaction.

This is why we can say, with confidence, that we are the number one suppliers of 3D Printers in South Africa, with a wide selection of our own in-house Prusa-based 3D Printer Kits, ranging from basic through to premium. Not only do these printers come with everything you need to start your exciting venture into 3D Printing, but also includes all the support you need to ensure optimal printing results – and genuine satisfaction with each and every purchase.

In addition to providing what we believe to be one of the best kits on the market, we can also supply all of the spares and extras you need in a pinch, and have STL files for 3D Printed Spare Parts on-hand so you can make your own spare parts too.

The kit includes a full build guide to help you set it up, meaning all you need to do is put the right parts in the right place. We have also tended to the soldering and crimping of the wires and connectors, making it user-friendly for veterans and beginners alike – in fact, even kids could enjoy building this kit and having fun printing toys, models and other plastic objects with a bit of supervision.


DIYElectronics Prusa i3 Technical Specifications:

  • Printing Technology


  • Build Volume

– 250 x 270 x 200mm

  • Chassis Size (Desk Space Required)

– 520 x 560 x 420mm

  • Filament Diameter Compatibility

– 1.75mm

  • Extruder Style

– Direct Drive (The Charlstruder)

  • Stock Hotend Assembly

– All Metal E3D Hotend Assembly

  • Maximum Hotend Temperature

– 300°C

  • Print Platform Style

Aluminium XL Heated Bed (Pre-Tapped)

  • Print Platform Max Temperature

– 110°C

  • Printing Speed (Stable)

– 40mm/s

  • Printing Speed (Max)

– 120mm/s

  • Layer Height (Resolution)

– 80 microns

  • Motherboard / Primary Controller

RAMPS 1.4 Arduino MEGA Kit

  • User Interface

RAMPS Graphical SD/LCD Control Panel

  • Slicing Software Compatibility

– Cura / Simplify3D / Slic3r / Repetier Host

  • File Format Compatibility


  • File Transfer Method

– USB / SD Card

  • Bed Levelling System

RAMPS AutoLevel Inductive Kit

  • Chassis Materials

– 6mm Laser Cut Anodised Aluminium Frame

  • Distinct Features

– “Plug n Play” Kit with No Soldering Needed

  • Weight (Printer)

– 9kg

  • Weight (Package)

– 12kg

  • Operating Voltage

– 12V DC

  • Power Supply Input

– 115V/230V AC, 240W, 20A, 50/60Hz


What You Will Need for the Prusa i3 Kit:

  1. Time, Patience and a Willingness to Learn – While our kit is relatively simple and easy to put together, often taking a day or two for an average Maker, it’s important to remember that desktop 3D printing is quite a learning curve and will require a fair amount of experimentation. But don’t feel overwhelmed if things go wrong, as mistakes are all a part of learning and the process may just require a bit of trial and error to get your printer working perfectly.
  2. Basic Hand Tools – Screwdrivers, spanners, pliers and side cutters for assembly, as well as a hand drill for cleaning up the edges of printed parts.
  3. No soldering Iron Needed – Although we do recommend having a soldering iron and a multimeter on hand just in case you need to fix any broken connections or troubleshoot for any possible faults.


What Makes our Kit the Best on the Market?

  • We do All the Wiring for you! – Unlike other suppliers priced similarly or even several thousand rand more, we prepare all of the wiring for you. This is no easy task, especially for beginners. Power supply is modified for use, motor wires are extended, connectors crimped, thermistors are wired and crimped etc. No one else offers a kit as electronically 'Plug and Play' as ours.
  • Our Electronics require Zero Assembly or Soldering – Simply build your printer, connect the plugs and sockets into the correct places as per the provided wiring diagram/documentation, and connect it up to your PC. It won't be long from there until you are printing!
  • We provide Full Documentation for the build, handy online resources and full friendly support during your build should you get stuck. We request that support questions are emailed and make reference to the section of the build guide that you are having problems with.

Email support during the build is Completely FREE. However, printer kits brought back to our workshop for support will be charged at R250 per hour. We do not do telephonic support for the following reasons. Firstly, technical details are often not communicated properly by phone. Secondly, email gives us a written history so we can look back and see what has already been done.


(FREE) Software Requirements for the DIYElectronics Prusa i3 Premium Kit:

In order to make our printers as accessible as possible, we have ensured that all the software you will need is completely free and available on the internet. As such, we recommend Marlin Firmware for the RAMPS 1.4 Board, and Repetier-Host for communicating with the printer via PC. Repetier-Host also comes with Slic3r built into the program, which is an easy-to-use software for preparing design files for printing. With these three readily-available softwares, you don’t have to worry about purchasing expensive design programs or slicing tools, and can instead simply get straight into 3D printing fun.


Final Considerations when Ordering a Prusa i3 Premium Kit:

Nozzle Size – For beginners, we recommend the 0.5mm or the 0.4mm nozzles, as these are easier to print with, while being less prone to clogs or similar mishaps. Smaller nozzles like the 0.3mm and 0.2mm, however, are more accurate with more precise control, but can be more difficult to set up with more back pressure. Fortunately, this kit allows for nozzles ranging from 0.2mm up to 0.8mm to accommodate all users, and the All-Metal-Hotend allows for printing in Exotic Filaments like Nylon, Carbon Fiber or Wood-Fibre filaments.

Filament Diameter – Although you do get two different filament diameters to choose from, 3mm filament is the older, more outdated diameter that is now considered a legacy product. As such, we recommend 1.75mm Filament, which is not only easier to work with, but also more readily available in a wider range of colours, types and other variations.

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DIYElectronics Prusa i3 Premium Kit Assembled

DIYElectronics Prusa i3 Premium Kit Assembled