What materials can the Prusa Mini print?

In terms of the materials the printer can handle, at the moment it’s Prusa-approved to print with PLA, PETG, ASA, ABS, and flex. However, though it can get hot enough to print nylon, there isn’t a profile for it on PrusaSlicer.

What materials can a Prusa Mini print?

In terms of the materials the printer can handle, at the moment it’s Prusa-approved to print with PLA, PETG, ASA, ABS, and flex. However, though it can get hot enough to print nylon, there isn’t a profile for it on PrusaSlicer.

How much does a Prusa Mini cost?

Unlike the Original Prusa i3 MK3S—which is available either preassembled ($999) or in kit form ($799)—the Prusa Mini is sold only as a kit. The base model costs $349. Our test unit also included a filament sensor ($20) and a second, textured build plate ($30), as well as a spool of PLA filament ($24.99).

What kind of filament does the Prusa Mini use?

The Prusa Mini+ supports a wide range of filament — most of which is fairly standard like PLA, PETG and ABS.

Is the Prusa Mini direct drive?

While other Prusa printers have direct-drive setups, they also have two Z-axis frames that offer more support for the X-gantry along the Z-axis. The Prusa Mini only has one Z-axis frame on the right side, so it’s not capable of handling the heavier payload of a direct drive setup as well as other Prusa models.


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