Plastic parts used on our 3D printers are printed by the same very machines, holding on to the original idea of the RepRap project. If you want to print replacement parts, upgrades, have your printer in a different color, or make your own modifications it is all available online.
We have published STL files for every printable part of our printers, as well as printing instructions, to Printable's print depository. Here you can easily browse and view parts by their area of installation using the Printables folders feature.
Check out the Printable parts collection on Printables to find the parts you need.
You can find the latest printable parts for all of our 3D printers or printer upgrades at Prusa i3 Printable parts. Printable parts are divided into two groups:
Here you can download STL-files for absolutely all plastic parts and pre-sliced GCODES for all upgrades.
If you decide to generate your G-codes, it is recommended to use:
The 'Fan-shroud'- part, which directs air from the print-fan to the part, should be printed in ASA or ABS, but otherwise with the same settings.
We do not provide the actual project-files for our printed parts. Too many different programs being used for that. However, if you are interested in modifying the parts we have made STEP files (in addition to STL files) available on our Github, for all parts.
Some parts were designed using OpenSCAD, where SCAD files are the project files you can edit. For that reason, for all parts designed with OpenSCAD, there are only SCAD files and no STEP-files available. This also includes metal parts.
For the MK-series you simply select the branch for the machine you are after and navigate to the file.
To know the origin of our printable parts, we are using naming which always starts with an alphabetical letter and is followed by a number:
Each letter of the alphabet is only used 9 times. For example, once we reached C9, the next revision was named D1.
If you have a question about something that isn't covered here, check out our additional resources.
And if that doesn't do the trick, you can send an inquiry to email@example.com or through the button below.