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CAUTION: Make sure the power grounded, if not, may cause the accumulation of static-electricity so as to damage electronic system.


WARNING: MINGDA 3D Printers generate high temperatures and includes moving parts that can cause injury. Please Never Touch the nozzle, the heated aluminum block or the build plate after preheating or printing to avoid scalding.

CAUTION: Do not leave the printer attended for a long time during printing. If you have to do so, do follow these guidance:

• Ensure that the first layer of the print is properly land on the build plate. 
• Ensure filament wound on the spool to keep feeding smoothly, in case of tangles.
• Monitor your print periodically.

CAUTION: The melt filament will emit the plastic odor during printing. Please keep ventilation in the work place.

CAUTION: In case of emergency disconnect power supply from wall socket.

CAUTION: Refit and modification privately may destroy the working and safty performance. So any refits and modifications not expressly approved by 
MINGDA can void the right of warranty and safty gurantee.

COMPLIANCE: Your MINGDA 3D printers have been tested strictly by SGS with the permission of FCC, CE.

The users have the right to ask for the testing report with MINGDA.


 How it Works

MINGDA 3D Printers make solid, three-dimensional objects out of melted filament. Your 3D designed files are translated into instructions for the MINGDA 3D printer and read by the machine via SD card. The MINGDA 3D printers  then heat the filament and squeezes it out through a nozzle onto a heated surface to build a solid object, layer by layer. This method is called Fused Deposition Modeling [FDM].

Preparing the model

Use a 3D modeling programmer (Solidworks, Sketchup, Pro-E etc) to output stl or obj format 3D model file.


CURA is a software to prepare the gcode file for your MINGDA 3D printers. In CURA, you can set printing parameters for your model, such as layer thickness, printing speed and nozzle temperature, then output a gcode file for printing.

Transfer the GCode file

Save the G-Code file into the SD card, and insert it into the SD card reader of the printer.


Prepare the printer

Before 3D printing, you need to load the filament for the printer.


Print it!

Operate the knob beside the LCD and choose the model from the SD card inserted into the printer