Dynamism has sold leading-edge technology, with five-star customer support, for 18 years.
New features like self-leveling, self-cleaning, an easy carry handle, new software, and a low maintenance PEI print surface allow you to focus on making and doing, while your 3D printer does the work.
All LulzBot products use Free Software and are Open Source Hardware. This means your LulzBot Mini uses proven technology developed collaboratively. It also means you are free to adopt the latest and greatest technology being developed across the 3D printing industry, from new software programs to experimental materials.
Enjoy tons of new ease-of-use features including self-leveling, self-cleaning, an easy carry handle, new software, and a low maintenance print surface.
The LulzBot Mini does not ship with filament, so make sure to order some with your purchase. We recommend HIPS! More advanced materials include heavy duty options like nylon, T-Glase, and polycarbonate, or artistic varieties of wood- and stone-like materials. With so many options available, the choice is yours!
With its open filament system your LulzBot Mini has nearly unlimited potential for new materials.
The LulzBot Hexagon Hot End heats up to 300°C (572°F) and the bed heats up to 120°C (248°F), meaning your printer can heat up to temperatures required for industrial-grade materials. The PEI print surface allows easy, low maintenance 3D printing so you don't have to worry about using tape, adhesives, or solvents to help objects stick to the print bed.
Q: Where can I find the user manual?
Q: Startup guide/operation instructions?
Q: Is the software included with the printer?
A: This printer is compatible with any open source slicing software available. Most users choose Cura, which is available free for download on the manufacturer’s website here. Cura is often preferred as it includes preset profiles for supported filaments:
Q: Where can I find hardware documentation or instructions for installing upgrades and accessories?
A: All hardware documentation for this printer can be found at the Open Hardware Assembly Instructions here: https://ohai.lulzbot.com/
Q: Where can I find instructions for assembling the LulzBot Mini enclosure?
A: Instructions are available here: https://www.dynamism.com/lulzbotminienclosure
Q: Does this printer support printing in flexible materials?
A: Yes, the Flexystruder Toolhead add-on is required to enable this feature. This toolhead is a separate add-on intended to be installed by the user. Please note that toolheads purchased separately include a 30 day warranty.
Q: How can I receive technical support for this printer?
A: Our support team can help with first-tier questions or issues, and for additional support you can visit the manufacturer’s support page here: https://www.lulzbot.com/support