Flyingbear-Ghost 3D Printer

Flyingbear-Ghost 3D Printer
Brand: Flyingbear
Category: 3D Printer
  • 1: Print with wifi
  • 2: 1.5-3mm sheet metal
  • 3: 4.3 inch color touch screen
  • 4: Power requirements: 24V, 350W
  • 5: 350W 24V power supply
  • 6: Compatibility: Windows, Mac

Flyingbear-Ghost 3D Printer - Specs

Product Details

  • Features
    Printer can connect to wifi, and it is more convenient to print with wifi.
    Printing is made of 1.5-3mm sheet metal, and the frame structure is very stable.
    Printer adopts 4.3 inch color touch screen, larger screen to make operation more convenient and simple.
    Printer adopts acrylic shell to make printing environment more stable.
    Printer adds a filament loss resume function, printing process don't need to worry about filament exhausted and print failure.
    Printer adds a power loss resume function so that you don't have to worry about a sudden power cut.
    Printer Z shaft screw adopts anti backlash spring and end bearing to make the hot bed running more stable and improve the printing quality.
    Hot bed is made of sticky coated glass platform to make the hot bed more flat and sticky.
    The parts of printer 90% have been completed and only need 10 minutes to complete the installation.
    Printer adapts 350W 24V power supply, so that the printer can be maintained for longer printing time.
    Printer has a larger print volume of 230x230x210mm.
    Free gifts such as SD cards, filament, idlers, Teflon pipes, et
  • Specification
    Print size:230x230x210mm
    Printer size:371x357x410mm
    Layer thickness precision: 0.05-0.3
    MAX printing speed: 150 mm/s.
    Material type: PLA, ABS, Wood, HIPS .
    Material specifications :1.75mm in diameter.
    Positioning accuracy: Z 0.002mm, XY 0.01mm.
    Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
    Recommended extruder temperature: 220 Celsius(the max 260 Celsius).
    Hot bed temperature: 60-120 Celsius
    Extruder number: 1
    Power requirements: 24V, 350W
    Connectivity: WiFi,SD card,USB.
    The file print format: G-Code,Stl,Obj
    Compatibility: Windows, Mac.
    Control software: Repetier-host,Cura.

    Type: Metal,Complete Machine
    Platform board: Aluminum Alloy + Glass
    Nozzle quantity: Single
    Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
    Nozzle temperature: Room temperature to 260 degree
    Layer thickness: 0.15-0.4mm
    Memory card offline print: SD card
    Print speed: 150
    Platform temperature: Room temperature to 100 degree
    Language: English,Chinese
    File format: STL,G-code,OBJ
    Model supporting function: Yes
    XY-axis positioning accuracy: 0.012mm
    Z-axis positioning accuracy: 0.002 mm
    Voltage: 24V
    Working Power: 350W
    Host computer software: Repetier-Host,Cura,Printrun,Slic3r
    Packing Type: Assembled packing
    Current (mA): 14500
    Certificate: CE,RoHs,LVD,PSE
    Connector Type: Wi-Fi,USB,SD card

    Product weight: 12.0000 kg
    Package weight: 14.0000 kg
    Product size: 37.10 x 35.70 x 41.00 cm / 14.61 x 14.06 x 16.14 inches
    Package size: 54.00 x 46.00 x 23.00 cm / 21.26 x 18.11 x 9.06 inches
  • Package content
    1 x Ghost Printer

Our Rating

The overall rating is based on review by our experts

9.0 4.5 1
  • Design 9 / 10
  • Features 9 / 10
  • Connectivity 9 / 10
  • Performance 9 / 10

Flyingbear-Ghost 3D Printer Full Metal Frame High Precision Glass Platfo

Good day to all. Finally I became the owner of the 3D printer “Flyingbear Ghost” which was delivered to me 26 days before the post office of my city (I immediately write as it is, so as not to torment, but how, and where and how much). The package was about kg heavy. 20, ate doper to the house (I advise you to negotiate the delivery to the door).

In this review, I will try to convey my first impressions of the “Flyingbear Ghost” as accurately as possible, and also make a small comparison with the predecessor “Flyingbear P905” (on which I print about half a year). Why I chose the manufacturer Flyingbear – because the 3D printers that they produce me the most like mechanics (which for me was completely understandable and on bearings), low price, as well as the possibility in fact from the designer (this is about the “Flyingbear P905”) to collect quite a good printer, which in turn gave me a very great experience in its use. I also want to note the responsiveness of the seller – who in turn helped me in every way when assembling the printer, answering all questions of interest to me.

Well, now about the main thing, but I’ll start about positive impressions:

1. The Flyingbear Ghost printer itself is a modernized version of the “Flyingbear P905” – where all the mechanics have survived, as well as the MKS GEN v 1.0 motherboard, the engine (the rest has all changed);

2. The best solution was to place all the electronics in the closed bottom of the printer, which is a huge plus. Now with all this electronics do not need to wax, solder and tie the wires (breaking the head as normal to lay the wires), sit studying the circuit, how to connect everything. Everything is now done neatly and beautifully, everywhere connectors are added. The only thing left is to connect all the engines, the table and the head of the extruder – where all the wires are labeled (it’s very simple, compared to the P905 it took about an hour to sit all the wires and more than 2 hours to study it all). Added a wifi module and a filament termination sensor (in the future there are plans for wifi). Large, bright and beautiful screen (I really liked it).

3. The frame is almost completely changed in comparison with P905, the upper part is solid (already completely assembled (the shortcomings were removed in P905), as well as the lower part is made entirely of metal, only the bottom is plastic, all screws are well tightened, side racks, and table guides (essentially 5% of the assembly of P905)

4. In the head of the extruder (which is also completely made of metal), the parts are carefully hidden (to the cochlear article type, it’s a pity not to take pictures when disassembled);

5. The table is now on large adjustable bearings, its stability greatly pleased me (let’s see how it will be further), the insulation of heat loss increased (the layer became thicker by about 3 times), a special coated glass was adhered to the top for better adhesion of plastic, PLA to it sticks very well without any dancing with glue, scotch tape, etc .;

6. Well, the side walls on the frame of the printer, which will save from drafts (otherwise I have already worn out with air conditioning, printing on P905), which is not an unimportant factor.

Now about what I did not like very much:

1 Now you can position the plastic feed motor from the back of the printer, which in turn complicates the replacement of the plastic (the P905 could be placed on either side of the printer);
2 It is not convenient to climb to screw the bolt to the Z-axis limit of the desktop (for a long time it was aimed with an anchor key, but in principle it was twisted and forgotten once);
3 A fashionable screen with raw firmware, to which there is no normal software, now standard marlin with the necessary changes you do not fill (as I played with

P905 changed it to 2 extruders, replaced the driver on TMC 2208), but the manufacturer promised that it will be soon a big upgrade, where everything I asked for will be changed (I want to install the TMC 2208 driver).
The manufacturer of Flyingbear has invested a lot of effort in 3D printer Ghost – now it’s beautiful and presentable it looks like a good printer, of course it was not without a hitch, but if you put a little more effort and add a driver TMC2208, beautiful illumination of the print area, self-shutdown module, doors with a cover then there will be a decent 3D printer that is not inferior to the more expensive brands. I personally liked this printer and can not pay attention to trifles any more.

If anything I forgot to mention, do not get angry with me, but ask me in the comments, I’ll be glad to answer. All the best to you and good luck in achieving your goals.

In the video I tried to show all the interesting things as much as possible, except for the detailed assembly, which is very well displayed on the Flyingbear channel in Ytube. The printing of the cube was the first on the printer, not on the show-off, but to understand that where you need to adjust in the slicer, but the vase is already the result of how it can be printed on it (though not yet raped violently, printed at night, printing speed of 60 mm / s PLA rod firm Greg) ……

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