The Homers Odyssues RS (also known as the Tevo Tarantula RS) is another amazing 3D printer that brings amazing options to the table for printing enthusiasts. The RS version is a bit different from the Tarantula Pro, however, it covered a lot of the options that are covered by the Pro version. So let’s check out how this machine is similar/different from other models of TEVO.
Main Features of Homers Odyssues RS 3D Printer
Like the Tarantula Pro the Odyssues RS has the color print speed around 60 mm/s – 150 mm/s. This speed is amazing when you are designing colored miniatures of your favorite characters and you get done in a very short time as compared to other printers of the same category.
Once again the build volume for the Homers Odyssues RS model is the same as being offered by the Pro model. i.e. you get a build volume of 235 mm x 235 mm x 250 mm. This is a formidable build volume in this category of printers.
Travel Speed and Layer Resolution
The Homers Odyssues RS model print function has a travel speed of 250 mm/s. This is quite a high speed for the printers of this category. Furthermore, the layer resolution 0.05-.35 mm. As a result, you can print moderately high-resolution prints by using the RS model.
Heat Bed Type
The Homers Odyssues RS is using the AC heat bed with a magnetic film as the heat bed type. For this heat bed, there are a lot of benefits associated with it. For instance, heating is faster than other types of printers in this category.
The Homers Odyssues RS supports several different Slicer software. These include Simplify3D, Cura, Slic3r, Repetier, CraftWare, TinkerCAD and EasyPrint 3D. Thus, you can use a variety of slicer software on which you feel easy.
Homers Odyssues RS Mainboard
Unlike the Pro model, the RS model houses a TMC2208/32bit board. This mainboard is different from the one that the Pro model uses. Furthermore, the MKS SGenL V1.0 is used in combination with the mainboard.
Feeder Type Extruder and Nozzle Heat Uptime
The Homers Odyssues RS model uses the TEVO Titan Bowden type feeder for its FDM based prints. In addition, the extruder is a volcano type, which is the same as in TEVO Tarantula Pro model. Also, the nozzle heat time is relatively short and under 3 minutes only. Within 3 mins it heats from 0 to 240 C, or as the print job demands.
They deliver the Odyssues RS in a DIY Kit with a semi-built configuration. You will find the mainboard wires to be pre-built on delivery. However, for other parts of the printer you will have to assemble the units yourself.
Where to Buy Homers Odyssues RS
The Homers Odyssues RS is being offered at $339 on homers3dprinter.com. its also being sold on banggood for £221.56 $283.49
Homers Odyssues RS Tevo Tarantula RS Conclusion
Summing up, there are a lot of features in the Homers Odyssues RS model that can promise for the enthusiasts. For instance, the mainboard of the Homers Odyssues model has a great edge over other 3D printers of the same category such as the Ender 3. the option to upgrade the mainboard is another charm for 3D printing enthusiasts. You can easily customize certain features of the printer and enjoy using your own customized 3d printer. The Ender 3 users think that Tarantula models are no longer meeting the creativity of Ender models. And the Ender 3 has a clear edge over the Homers Odyssues RS because of the innovative additions made. Finally, the inov3D team will leave it up to you how you perceive this printer in comparison with the Creality Ender 3.