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3D Printer: i3 Berlin


The i3 Berlin has a build area of 20*20*20 cm and prints different thermoplastics in various colors (check our online material catalog). The highest print resolution is 0,02 mm. Get to know the printer at one of our 3d printing T&T

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Read the summary for the i3 Berlin  Here

Video Tutorials

Introduction to Slicing with Cura link 

How to set up i3berlin on the Cura link

Get started with Cura for 3D printing - Ultimaker: Cura Tutorial link

To get the settings recommended by us for i3Berlin connected to fablab-berlin.org.

Download the file I3_Cura_Profiles.zip , extract it in your PC and then from Cura go to FIle>Open Profile and pointing to the folder you just extracted.

Tech Specification

Technology FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Category Assembled
Print volume 200x200x200mm [LxWxH]
Printer dimensions 400x440x380mm [LxWxH]
Printable materials Thermoplastics (PLA, ABS, Nylon, PC, PP, PET, Wood Filaments, ...)
Hotend E3D
Filament diameter Default 1.75mm.
Nozzle diameter Default0.4mm ( 0,25mm/0,6mm/1mm available )
Layer height 0.02mm – 0.3mm (Default 0.4 nozzle)
Max. power consumption 110/220V 350W
Software Cura/Kisslicer (opensource) Simplify3D (proprietary)
Firmware Arduino/Marlin
Licence GPL
Source files https://github.com/open3dengineering/i3_Berlin