KIT PRICE – $1499
Ben Heck partnered with Printrbot to produce this spy-worthy 3D printer briefcase kit. It has traveled as a carry-on for flights in the US and traveled in checked luggage on international flights. It can print on battery power– making it the perfect portable printer to keep by your side wherever you GO!
LIMITED RUN OF 100
We are currently doing a limited run of 100 Printrbot GO kits. Get them while they last. If they GO quickly, we MAY make more. These first 100 will be numbered and signed by Ben Heck and Brook just for fun.
- Print Area: 200mm x 185mm x 150mm
- Electronics: Printrboard
- Power Source: External brick (optional: buy your own batteries)
- Materials: 3mm PLA filamenat – (upgradable to ABS with a Printrbot heated bed)
- Size: 19.5″ x 15″ x 5.5″
- Weight: 15 lbs
NOTE: To reduce the price, we are leaving the optional batteries and heated bed up to you.
BOM (Bill of Materials) - Go! BOM (PDF)
Wiring Diagram - Go Wiring diagram (PDF)
NOTE: Adding a heated bed requires more power and we recommend an ATX power supply or any 12V supply that can produce ~20 Amps give or take. The heatbed alone uses 8.5 Amps @ 12V. Your milage may vary. So, yes, you can print using a heated bed with a battery, but it may not last long. Batteries are widely available with varied mAh ratings. We sell a 3300mAh battery typically used in quadcopters. We have gotten well over an hour of print time on a junior using PLA, so the Go will be identical when using PLA. I used to run two batteries in parallel to get longer print times, but found I didn’t need it really.