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BIQU have just announced a new 3D printer to add to their range. It’s called “The BIQU Legend”.
As a result, they state it is the most cost-effective 32bit motherboard 3D printer. Above all, let’s see what it’s got!
Features of the BIQU Legend
Firstly, as stated, the BIQU Legend comes installed with a 32bit SKR v1.3 motherboard which allows for higher processing power. As a result, It will enable extra inputs for filament runout sensors, automatic shutdown after printing, resume printing after a power outage to name a few which are included! Secondly, it also comes with the TFT35 v2 display, which is also a 32bit component. Therefore, the perfect combination with the SKR v1.3.
With its build size at 220x220x270 likewise to the Ender 3, this does make it slightly taller. Additionally, it features an RGB light which allows you to view your printer when its dark. Also, it can show you the status of the printer. How neat!
Furthermore, the heated bed carries a high temperature resistant latticed glass ultrabase build surface to help keep your models strong and stable. Also, the bed can reach a temperature of up to 100 degrees. The BIQU Legend has a single extruder of which has a max temperature of 250 degrees. With this in mind, with the 24v power supply, I am sure you wouldn’t be waiting long for the nozzle and bed to heat up.
- Product Name: BIQU Legend 3D Printer
- Filament: PLA
- Voltage: 110-220V
- Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
- Bed Temp: 110 Celsius
- Maximum Printing Speed: 100mm/s
- Printing Speed: 60mm/s
- Slice Software: Creality Slicer/Cura/Repetier-Host/Simplify3D
- Maximum Working Speed: 180mm/s
- Maximum Print Size: 220*220*270mm
- Consumables Diameter: 1.75mm
- Precision: +-0.1mm
- Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10MAC, Linux
- Slice Thickness: 0.1mm-0.4mm
- Language: Chinese, English
- File Format: STL/OBJ/AMF
- Moulding Technology: FDM
- Auto Leveling: No
- Printing Method: Online /TF card offline
- Power Output Voltage: 24V
- Rated Power: 270W
- Frequency: 50/60Hz
- Nozzle Max Temperature: 250 Celsius
- Function: Power off to continue printing, Material failure detection
- Chinese-English Switching: Support
How does it look?
The BIQU Legend does look good…but so do a lot of the other printers available as they are all similar in looks.
Above all, it appears the wires are well hidden and routed on the printer. Besides, there are only eight bolts required to secure this together, and these bolt onto the side of the bottom base rather than on top so should increase the stability while printing.
The price of the BIQU Legend?
For you to own this 3D printer you will need to part with $268 direct from BIQU. Similarly, you can order from AliExpress for just under £183. Indeed, a pretty reasonable price considering its features!
Check out this video from YouTube, which gives you further insight into the BIQU Legend.
Hopefully, we may be able to get our hands on the BIQU Legend so that we can evaluate and review this printer. Above all, keep your eyes peeled on Inov3D, our Facebook page and Twitter should that happen!
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