www.itworks3d.com will be releasing the E3D Titan Aero toolheads for LulzBot Mini very soon!
The E3D Titan Aero allows you to print both solid and flexible filaments without changing toolheads.
Upgrade to hardened parts, and you can also print abrasive filaments like Proto Pasta Carbon Fiber PLA
Check out this video of a test print with the 1.75mm filament version:
Molly The 3D Printer Dog approves: Preview the new itworks3d.com E3D Titan Aero toolhead for LulzBot® Mini! Print both solid and flexible filaments in your choice of 3mm or 1.75mm. Join our 3D Printing Newsletter or follow us on facebook for updates. As we get close to release (soon!), we’ll post a listing so you can join the waitlist, and we’ll open for pre-orders immediately before release.
“Good” or better condition. They’re both REALLY nice with only minor scuff and signs of use.
Nearly all original accessories
Proper working order
Wear items checked and refreshed if needed.
Want to print both flexible and solid out of the box (with the choice to switch to 1.75mm!)? We’ll make you a package deal with our Our new E3D Titan Aero toolhead installed and tuned- Yes, you could get one of the first for the Mini Titan Aeros as well.
30 Day guarantee and support from IT-Works. LulzBot does not support or warranty these printers.
We’ve been working on designs for an enclosure to fit the LulzBot Mini, and are just about ready to release it!
Join the waitlist on the product page for updates, and to be one of the first to receive one when they are available.
The PEI plastic bed surface sheet on LulzBot TAZ 5, TAZ 6, and Mini 3D printers is durable, low maintenance, and has great adhesion.
When it’s time to replace your PEI sheet, getting the adhesive removed is quite a bit of work, and installing the PEI sheet without big bubbles takes some practice. IT-Works has been replacing PEI for our local clients, and we’re now ready to extend this service to everyone.
The LulzBot Mini made a beautiful print, and the build volume was “just right” for a plastic ant. A good rule of thumb- If you need a LulzBot TAZ‘s build volume, your ant is going to be too heavy (ask me how I know..).
I created the model in Autodesk Fusion 360 (free for maker / student / non-commercial use!!) which has been an easy to use yet staggeringly powerful 3D modeling tool for quickly iterating through designs. The cloud sync makes it a snap to move between computers!
The key to is the infill pattern. I was experimenting with different infill patterns in the new CURA 2 LulzBot Edition Alpha and chose cubic for it’s strength. By happy accident, the combination of the translucent green INOVA-1800 and cubic infill yielded this cool pattern! Pictured don’t really do it justice as the surface is shiny, and the pattern shifts as it catches the light.