BIBO 3D Printer Dual Extruder Laser Engraving Sturdy Frame WiFi Touch Screen Cut Printing Time in Half Filament Detect Demountable Glass Bed

May 13, 2019 - Comment

BIBO 2 Touch Laser is the most featured printer. Now order the BIBO 2 Touch Laser, we will send you the WIFI module (USD6, pre-installed) and laser engraving module (USD17) as the gifts. It is, of course, a 3D printer. But it’s also a laser engraver, too, permitting the ability to engrave on wood or

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BIBO 2 Touch Laser is the most featured printer. Now order the BIBO 2 Touch Laser, we will send you the WIFI module (USD6, pre-installed) and laser engraving module (USD17) as the gifts. It is, of course, a 3D printer. But it’s also a laser engraver, too, permitting the ability to engrave on wood or even cut paper and cardboard. Not every 3D printer has such an extra feature, and those that do often cost far more than this machine.

1=3? Yes, 1 × BIBO 2 Touch Laser =1 × Laser engraving machine+2 × 3D printers(copy printing can print two same objects at the same time)

Machine Parameter
Extruder Number: 2
Metal Frame: 6mm thick aluminum composite panel. More reliable and higher precision than plastic frame
Full-color Touch Screen: Yes
Laser Engraving: Yes
WIFI Control: Yes
Copy Printing: Yes
Continue Printing After Power Cut: Yes
Filament Run-out Detection: Yes
Removable Heated Bed: Yes (already leveled, usually no need to level it again)
Number of Fan to Cool Plastic extruded: 2
Printing Mode:USB connect PC or SD card or U disk
Machine Size:18.4*14*14.7(in)
Weight: 35.3 pounds

Printing Parameter
Build Size :8.4*7.3*6.3(in) / 214*186*160(mm)
Printing Layer Resolution: 0.05-0.3mm
Max. Nozzle Temp.:270℃
Recommended Software: Repetier-Host, Cura, Simplify3D
Compatibility: Windows, Mac, Linux
Filament Type:ABS, PLA, Dissolvable filament (PVA, HIPS), Flexible Filament (TPU)
Filament Diameter 1.75mm

SHOPPING NOW! You can get these gifts:
1 x laser engraving module
1 x WIFI module (pre-installed)
1 x acrylic cover kit (assembly required)
2.2 LBS (1.0KG)PLA filament
1 x SD card
1 x glass bed
1 x glue stick
allen wrenches
1 x USB cable
1 x cartridge heater

Product Features

  • Full Color Touch Screen: with no threshold,which is more friendly and easier operation
  • Laser Engraving: extremely good at engraving objects such as wood, plastic, leather, paper and even cutting thin materials like plastic
  • Filament detection: if the filament spool runs out during printing, the machine automatically pauses for you to load in a fresh spool, very useful for big volume object printing
  • WIFI Control: the included networking feature permits you to control the print via a phone or PC
  • Copy printing: dual extruders can print two same objects at one time, cut your printing time at least in HALF

Comments

Anonymous says:

Amazing 3D Printer, I would purchase all over again. Although I am technical and work in information technology, I have never used nor have I ever been trained on building or using a 3D printer. My goal was to find a printer that had good reviews, that was enclosed, that had a heated bed and a dual extruder. I watched multiple youtube reviews and decided on BIBO.I purchased the BIBO printer with the multiple laser engraver because that just seemed like it would be fun to play with.BIBO was packaged extremely well, superfast…

Anonymous says:

Believe the hype! This is my first 3D printer. I’ve never used one before purchasing the BIBO 2 Touch. I was considering the dremel printer because I’d heard it was good to learn on. I was also looking at the flash forge creator, both of which have relatively good reviews and are in the same price range. Ultimately I decided to go with the BIBO 2 touch based on all of the glowing reviews (though, I can be a bit skeptical of all positive reviews) and for the simple facts that of those three printers, this one had…

Anonymous says:

Buy it, enjoy it, be happy! I bought this printer 6 months ago and have had enough time to evaluate it. First, let me preface this by saying I’ve been using 2 extruder Stratasys printers at work since 2007 on a daily basis. When I retired I missed having one. I began looking at every 2 extruder, heated bed, enclosed printer on the market in a price range below $3500. Before deciding on what printer to buy, I emailed each potential vendor with very specific questions based on my use of 3D printers for the last 10 years…

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