Disclaimer about 3D Printing:

With a little physical dexterity and common sense, almost anyone can enjoy 3D printing. However, we cannot be responsible for your health and safety while building or operating your printer. With that in mind, be sure you’re aware of what building and using a 3D printer entails before purchasing one. Tiny Machines 3D will be happy to answer any questions you have before you place an order.

Building and operating 3D printers involves electricity, so all necessary precautions should be taken. If you’re not sure, just ask us. All 3D printers we sell run on 12V or 24V supplied by a AC to DC power supply, so you should never be exposed to more than 24V. But remember, there can still be high currents involved, and they should not be taken lightly. 

High temperatures are involved with 3D printing. The nozzle of the hot end runs at temperatures up to 300°C(572°F). Heated beds can reach temperatures up to 120°C (248°F, hotter than boiling water) and the melted plastic extruded will be around 200°C (400°F). Special care is required when handling these parts of the printer during operation. 

Lastly, although it is common practice, we do not suggest leaving your printer running unattended. We cannot be held responsible for any loss, damage, injury, or other negative result from building or using the printer.