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  • Einsy RAMBo electronics wiring (MK3/MK3S/MK3S+)

    Einsy RAMBo electronics wiring (MK3/MK3S/MK3S+)

    With our Original Prusa i3 MK3, we have introduced a brand new logic board called Einsy RAMBo. Compared to its predecessor, it works on 24V and uses Trinamic drivers for ...

  • Spool placement

    Spool placement

    Where your spools are located can make the difference between trouble and smooth operation of the printer. It is also often desirable to reduce the footprint of the printer as ...

  • LCD menu i3 (pre firmware 3.9.0)

    LCD menu i3 (pre firmware 3.9.0)

    This article describes the menu system BEFORE firmware 3.9.0 for the Original Prusa i3 MK3S. Controlling the LCD screen is done by a single control element: a rotational knob that you ...

  • 360 viewer

    360 viewer

    The 360 Viewer is a virtual tool you can use to inspect all parts of the Prusa printers. Rotate, zoom, hide layers, explode the model, and click on individual objects ...

  • Flashing custom firmware MINI

    Flashing custom firmware MINI

    Every firmware version goes through intense testing to verify that every single feature works as it should. That applies especially to the safety features: for example, if the thermistor readings are ...

  • Mini RAMBo electronics wiring (MK2S, MK2.5, MK2.5S)

    Mini RAMBo electronics wiring (MK2S, MK2.5, MK2.5S)

    Written as Mini-RAMBo, Mini Rambo, or Rambo mini, the logic board used in the Original Prusa MK2 series is very simple. Please refer to the image below regarding wire colors and ...

  • Experimental menu (MK3/S/+)

    The components installed on your printer rely on firmware configuration. To facilitate for components sourced from third-party vendors firmware version 3.9.1 introduced an "Experimental menu". Because different hardware has different ...

  • CW1 - Basic use and LCD-menu

    CW1 - Basic use and LCD-menu

    The Cure/Wash Station, or CW1, is used to wash, dry, and cure your resin prints, all in one compact package. While your IPA tank is present, the CW1 will automatically ...

  • Using the CW1 - Washing

    Using the CW1 - Washing

    Connect the external power supply to the CW1 and plug it into the power source. To disconnect the cable, push the connector’s cover away from the CW1 to unlock the ...

  • USB not detected (MINI/MINI+)

    The Original Prusa MINI uses USB flash storage to read G-codes during printing. It can happen that the USB drive is not recognized when inserted and the display will say ...

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