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SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX v3 3D Printer Kit - Complete Kit

The NEW Rostock MAX v3 has the largest build envelope of any printer under $1,000! This printer is comparable to $3,000 printers in functionality, capability, and accuracy. This machine is a favorite for our print services team because of its laser-like accuracy.

This kit comes with everything you'll need to build a complete machine (all nuts, bolts, wires and fasteners). This is a true builder’s kit! The massive Onyx heated bed and extremely flat borosilicate glass build plate allow you to print almost any material (print PLA, ABS, Nylon, and more!)

Please note that you will be shipped a black kit.

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The SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX v3 is a favorite of our print services team here in Lake Forest, CA. Why is it a favorite you ask? Our technicians love this machine because of its incredible accuracy, low layer height, consistent performance, and ability to deliver on every print job. This printer is a Delta style printer so it excels exceptionally well at printing any kind of arch or circular shape (you can't beat a delta for this kind of task). Additionally, this printer has a truly MASSIVE print volume of over 1300 cubic inches (11" Diameter by over 14 1/2" height). This is one of the largest print volumes available in the consumer 3D printing market. Basically the Rostock MAX v3 printers are workhorses and can handle any task you put them up to. All SeeMeCNC Machines are proudly made right here in the USA.

This printer can print in strong industrial grade materials like Nylon and is great for industrial projects and prototyping. Enjoy the incredibly simple and efficient EZR Struder as well as SD Card-ready firmware. If you like to tinker and upgrade this is the printer for you. You will find that a strong tight knit community of Rostock MAX owners exists online where everyone shares tips and tricks for maximizing their prints. Rostock owners are passionate about 3D printing and about making and tweaking! This is a powerful machine and it is unmatched in its price category.

Automatic Bed Leveling

The advantage of the delta design is that your printed parts never move because the bed never moves. Only the arms delicately and miraculously move around the part until something beautiful and functional is created.

Because this machine is so modifiable, you can buy an additional EZRStruder and you can make your Rostock a dual extruder so you can print two materials at once (fair warning it does require some tinkering and is still experimental).

The new EZR Struder

So What’s Changed with the New v3?

  • The V3 comes standard with the SeeMeCNC HE280 hotend. This hotend uses a 40w heater cartridge and features thermal runaway protection. The HE280 allows you to print with any material up to 280C. (Jet Kit required for Nylons and other high temperature filaments)
  • Includes Accel probing feature for easy and accurate automatic bed leveling. This allows you to calibrate your printer with a single click!
  • Enjoy the new Onyx heated bed mount which makes the bed float under the glass. This prevents warping while the bed is heated. The bed clips have also been improved to make swapping print surfaces faster than ever. 
  • The new EZR Struder comes standard on the V3. This new extruder accommodates faster print speeds and works well with flexible filaments.
  • 3 part cooling fans keep PLA prints cool from all sides so that your parts come out looking perfect.

Three Part Cooling Fans

Quick Nuggets of Info

  • 275mm D x 400mm H Print Area
  • Minimum Recommended Layer Height w/.5mm nozzle of .1mm
  • Maximum Recommended Layer Height w/.5mm nozzle of .4mm
  • Power Requirements 110v or 220v (input power selectable) @ 350 watts
  • Max Heated Bed Temp 120c
  • Max Hotend Temp 280c (hi temp jet-kit recommended above 250c)
  • Max Recommended Printing Speed @.2mm Layer Height 100mm/s
  • Max Travel Speed 300mm/s
  • US Made - high quality, laser cut, injection molded, and CNC machined parts
  • EZRStruder and Hot-End set up for 1.75mm filament
  • High torque NEMA 17 stepper motors
  • RAMBo by UltiMachine electronics, the best available 3D printer controller
  • Speed up to 300mm/s in all motion, not just X/Y moves
  • Tinker-friendly electronics and hardware. Many extra places to add your own mods
  • Filament spool holder incorporated into the machine (for 1lb or 1kg spools only)
  • Borosilicate Glass build plate for safety and precision

Ready to Assemble? Here's what you will need:

• Appx. 20hrs. to assemble (time varies based on skill and any mods made during the assembly)
• Standard Allen wrench set
• Metric Allen Wrench Set
• Needle nose and/or small pliers
• Wire crimping tool or solder and solder iron
• Standard and Phillips Screwdrivers
• High Temp RTV silicone for retaining heating resistors/thermistor in hot-end, or High Temp expoxy

Rostock Max V3 Printer Kit Assembly Guide

Overall Machine dimensions

  • 18" round area on desk
  • 42" tall without spool, 48" with spool mounted
  • Appx. 20 pounds assembled

Why Buy A SeeMeCNC?

Quality and community are the name of the game with SeeMeCNC. The quality of the printer with the gigantic print build you get for less than $1,000 is simply unmatched anywhere else in the 3D printing industry. Once you assemble your Rostock MAX v3 you become part of the brotherhood (or sisterhood) of Rostock owners across the world. These owners have one of the most active communities online today where they actively share prints, advice, tips and tricks, and loads of step by step guidance for customizing your Rostock MAX. The reason that this community exists is because Rostock owners are passionate makers and builders. Additionally, you earn your place in the community by successfully assembling your Rostock MAX (since it takes about 20 hours to assemble). However, the good news is that the v3 has been enhanced and modified by SeeMeCNC so that it is much easier to assemble from earlier versions.

 

Why Buy From MatterHackers

At MatterHackers we pride ourselves on offering friendly service, advice and support. Our prices are always the lowest in the industry when you factor in our free shipping for every item on the MatterHackers site (including 3D printers). Most of all, our staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They have been 3D printing for several years now and are happy to answer your 3D printing questions. Have a question about the amazing capabilities of your new Rostock MAX v3? No problem. Feel free to give us a call. Additionally, each SeeMeCNC printer ships with MatterControl - AKA the best 3D printing software you can find. MatterControl is the most intuitive, feature rich 3D printing software and includes MatterSlice - the fastest and most accurate slicing engine on the market.

In short, buying a 3D printer from MatterHackers is a holistic experience. We are here to partner with you through every step of your 3D printing journey. Additionally, we have all of the PLAABS, and Specialty Filament that you could ever need to design anything you can imagine.

Check out the vibrant and transparent vase that we printed on the Max using the Red Taulman t-glase. As you can see, the object is very glass like and allows a great deal of light to pass through.

SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX v2 3D Printer Kit - Complete Kit

Questions about your SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX v3? Check out our forum!

Questions
Does the V3 use strings or belts for moving the axis?
- asked by Phyronian on February 18th, 2017 at 4:30p.m.
Whats the nozzle size on this kit?
- asked by Francisco on February 2nd, 2017 at 12:48p.m.
I see that a High temp Jet kit is needed for certain materials, but a search for that product yields no results. Can you point me to it?
- asked by Dusty on January 25th, 2017 at 7:37a.m.
How many volts is the hot-run? How many volts is the bed? Dual e3d v6 24v 3mm Is it possible to install? Is it possible to mount a dual bondtech 3mm extruder? If possible, Can I purchase a dual e3d v6 24v 3mm mount? Can I purchase a dual bondtech 3mm extruder mount?
- asked by LeeJin on January 19th, 2017 at 6:33p.m.
With the addition of a hardened nozzle, will the HE280 work to print the NylonX material?
- asked by CollectorCNC on January 13th, 2017 at 4:42p.m.
How does the include hot end compare to the e3d v6? I have multiple printers already running the E3D v6 but have no experience with the SeeMeCNC hotend and would like to know what your experiences have been as you mention that you use this printer in your printing business.
- asked by CollectorCNC on January 12th, 2017 at 8:41p.m.
Hello, I got the Rostock V3 built and printing. Most of it is intuitive, however, is there a user manual for the Rostock V3? I found one for V2 only.
- asked by DrELopez on December 30th, 2016 at 7:08p.m.
What guidance can you provide for new experimentser who seek to make hybrid print methods possible?
- asked by Daniel Beatty on December 8th, 2016 at 12:03p.m.
What are the package dimensions of te V 3 kit?
- asked by Ernie on November 21st, 2016 at 2:06p.m.
I noticed that these kits are "available for pre-order". How long will it be befor an order ships?
- asked by mbeale on November 14th, 2016 at 1:03p.m.
Is it possible to purchase the accel probing parts separately, as an upgrade from the V2?
- asked by reederda on November 10th, 2016 at 6:21p.m.
2 Questions...do you ship to Canada/cost? & is the 1.75mm filament the best to start with
- asked by JB on November 3rd, 2016 at 7:53a.m.
Can you please confirm this: 275mm D x 400mm H Print Area = 27cmDx40cmH ? thanks in advance.
- asked by thecerebro75 on October 20th, 2016 at 7:08p.m.
What is the holding torque on the NEMA 17 motors used on the three axis?
- asked by Jaidei on October 4th, 2016 at 7:24a.m.
What kind of warranty comes with purchasing the kit through you?
- asked by Reeder on June 26th, 2016 at 11:37a.m.
What are minimum requirements for PC (we are running windows 7 professsional)
- asked by John N Penn on May 18th, 2016 at 5:45a.m.
I've owned a FF Dreamer for over a year, and have a basic understanding of how these work. I want a Rockstock Max to print tablet prints, but the whole kit thing is a little intimidating. I'm mechanically inclined and can read prints, but how difficult are these to assemble without having tweak a bunch of things to make it work? Would it be easier to order, then pick it up in store already assembled?
- asked by Michael on January 31st, 2016 at 8:07a.m.
Can I order this setup for 3.00 mm filament? Or can it be modified? What print head? How much?
- asked by Robert Born on January 18th, 2016 at 4:16p.m.
I bought one of these kits for my high school students to build and print. It was an amazing project and it runs nonstop in my classroom, and Matter Hackers was amazing anytime we had a questions.
- asked by Scott Wittkop on January 7th, 2016 at 6:45a.m.
Is it possible to perform "color-mixing" printing, using a 2-in-1-out or other multi-filament hot end? What is required in terms of additional filament feeders? What is required in terms of g-code modifications?
- asked by Ken Williams on January 6th, 2016 at 5:32p.m.
what do it print
- asked by Guest on December 7th, 2015 at 6:13p.m.
Is this item available for pick up?
- asked by Joel C on December 5th, 2015 at 3:02p.m.
Since I'm considering upgrading to a dual extrusion with Chimera, can i get the extruder motor and gear separately? Where would the extra connection goes in the circuit board?
- asked by Anthony on October 28th, 2015 at 9:58a.m.
how does this printer handle Flexible filaments?
- asked by CSMwarhammer on October 20th, 2015 at 6:16p.m.
Are the t slotted frames metric or inch?
- asked by CSMwarhammer on October 20th, 2015 at 6:01p.m.
can rostock max ve be ordered with smoothieboard or at least without the controller?
- asked by Eric on June 9th, 2015 at 7:25p.m.
Do the final parts have to be scraped off of the heater plate or can they be allowed to cool & then just taken off? If so, how long do they take to cool? Thanks! Erik
- asked by Erik Mitzner on May 18th, 2015 at 11:46a.m.
Can you send me to Spain and cost? we have 220W input, is any problem?
- asked by Jorge B on April 15th, 2015 at 3:13p.m.
what alignment and calibration is required after assembly?
- asked by Richard Stuart on April 7th, 2015 at 6:25a.m.
can the printable height be increased to 24 inches
- asked by Richard Stuart on April 7th, 2015 at 6:23a.m.
Can this printer print parts with overhangs? Does it have a dual extruded or is this an option?
- asked by Zlatin on March 30th, 2015 at 5:01p.m.
Does the Electronic Control Board support have enough outputs to support a Polystroooder Tri Hotend?
- asked by Guest on March 23rd, 2015 at 10:18a.m.
I owned a Printrbot for most of 2013 and enjoyed tinkering, but it was definitely a hobbyist-level machine. How much of an upgrade is the Rostock from a mid-level Printrbot?
- asked by Matso L on March 18th, 2015 at 8:57p.m.
can this be upgraded to print a part that is 19" in diameter
- asked by Guest on January 3rd, 2015 at 11:52p.m.
Do you have free international shipping to Canada?
- asked by Guest on December 16th, 2014 at 6:09p.m.
I haven't been able to find this information about this printer online. I'm aware the printer can print to SD cards. Can it also print while directly from a PC connected to it? If not, is there a mod you're aware that would make this possible?
- asked by Guest on December 14th, 2014 at 8:49p.m.
Two questions, how big does the kit arrive unassembled? Also how much does the kit weigh unassembled?
- asked by Aleks K on December 10th, 2014 at 12:46p.m.
What is the voltage output of the power supply? Thanks!
- asked by Guest on December 1st, 2014 at 3:11p.m.
Every build video I see on youtube shows that there is a fair ammount of soldering. I have never soldered to a circuit board before. Actually, the only soldering I have done is tinning wire ends. Will this be a problem?
- asked by Mike M on November 19th, 2014 at 7:32a.m.
I use SolidWorks daily at my job, (I'm an Engineer), so what kind of software do I need to develop the parts that I will want to print? (Also, sorry if this has been already answered, I'm at work and do not have a lot of time to look around your site!) Thx, JS
- asked by Jeremy Sasser on October 17th, 2014 at 11:46a.m.
How easy is it to convert the Rostock to take 3mm filament? What are the advantages?
- asked by Mark S on October 13th, 2014 at 5:19p.m.
Can the Rostock print via SD Card or must a computer be hooked up at all times?
- asked by Mark S on October 13th, 2014 at 2:34p.m.
Can the Rostock handle Laywood and LayBrick and can it vary temperature by layer?
- asked by Mark S on October 13th, 2014 at 2:32p.m.
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