I own both. D series is 12v with an external power supply and an 8 bit cnc board. E series is 24v with a Meanwell power supply attached to the frame. E series comes with either 8bit or 32 depending on the configuration. Either printer may come with a magnetic base.
I do feel that the website technician needs to pay a little more attention to defining the details on the refurb pulse printer listing.
Set the print dry system on top of your enclosure. Then run the boden tube down into one of the holes on the side of Prusa enclosure and up to the Bondtech extruder. What kind of filament are you using?
Default settings, standard quality, this took 1:20 to print, like this. The back has more. Its the 2nd print we did (and because of video driver incompatibility, the 2nd print after 2 days of trying to get the machine to output anything). This is not their PLA, its Raise premium, since we used to have one of those.
My take so far... this has been what i really never liked about 3d printers. Spend a large sum of money, and then upgrade and tweak. Or spend a large sum of money and have to build it yourself. Or spend several large sums of money, and get really nice results at a snails pace. Worse, its almost impossible to find any 3d printing equipment or components that are not made in china.
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