Electronic Accessories

3D printer electronics accessories are a realm of bewildering complexity and dizzying options, but with the right knowledge, one can elevate their 3D printing game to new heights! Don't be intimidated, embrace the futuristic technology and unleash your creativity!

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1.What is a Thermistor?

A thermocouple is a resistor whose resistance varies with temperature. The most common type in 3D printers is NTC, which stands for "Negative Temperature Coefficient."


2.What is a Heat Bed?

A heat bed is an add-on module for a 3D printer that controls the cooling process of 3D-printed materials for better results. Heat beds prevent issues such as poor print bed adhesion, poor adhesion between layers, thermal runaway, and warping.


3.What is a CNC Shield?

The CNC shields provide a microcontroller with the power necessary to drive stepper motors and run all the other functions that contribute to a CNC machine's operation. Depending on the shield, this could include end stops, spindle speed control, and probing. The CNC Shield V3.0 allows you to build a engraving machine, 3D printer, mini-CNC and other similar devices using your Arduino. There are 4 slots on the board for plugging in stepper motor drive module which can drive 1 stepper motor each. 


4.What is linear rail 3D printer?

Linear rails are common motion components used to achieve smooth sliding movements. They are also known as linear motion guides or linear slides. They are found in 3D printers, CNC mills, waterjet cutters, and other similar devices. A linear rail is made up of a stiff steel rail that a carriage slides along.


5.Where Can I Buy 3d Printer Electronic Accessories

You can buy all accessories related to 3D Printer on Robocraze Website. We provide best quality and most affordable rates.


6. What are the types of Parts used in 3d printer?

3D printer accessories are the tools you need to make your 3D printing experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. From spools of filament, to heaters and cooling fans, we've got you covered!

We offer a variety of products that will help you create better prints, faster and more efficiently.

3D Printer Parts and Accessories can be categorized in two parts: Mechanical Accessories and Electronic Accessories.


List of Accessories Used in 3D Printer:

  • Nozzles
  • Smooth Rod
  • Stepper Motor
  • Fan
  • Extruder
  • Heat Block
  • Timing Belt 
  • Pulley
  • Lead Screw & Nut
  • Limit Switch
  • Bearings
  • Heatbed
  • Hot End Throat Pipe
  • Frame
  • Filament
  • End Stop
  • Power Supply Unit
  • Heater Cartridge
  • Thermocouple

7. How long does a 3D printed item last?

The lifespan of your 3D printer depends on many factors, including frequency of use, care and maintenance, and  quality of the printing environment. With proper use, 3D printers can last more than 10 years. The good thing about 3D printers is that broken parts can be easily replaced.  3D printer spare parts exchanges are available on many websites, including Robocraze. Robocraze has over 200 of his 3D printer parts and accessories that are compatible with all types of his 3D printers.

8. Where can I get things for 3D printing?

 Robocraze has over 200 of his 3D printer parts and accessories that are compatible with all types of his 3D printers. Robocraze offers customers the ease of buying 3D printer parts from home for their 3D Printing needs.


9. How much does 3d printer cost?

The cost of a 3D Printer in India can vary significantly, depending on type and quality. Generally, you should expect to pay anywhere from Rs 10 000 for an entry-level printer up to around Rs 1 lakh or more for a premium model with advanced features such as multiple extruders that enable simultaneous printing, auto feeders and heated beds. Prices also depend on the level of technology involved so DIY (do it yourself) kits are relatively inexpensive while professional-grade machines come at a higher price tag. Furthermore, add-ons like filaments, software upgrades and other accessories typically incur additional costs making them even pricier options which may be difficult for newcomers just starting out who would usually opt instead choose one of the lower priced models available in their budget range until they become comfortable enough using the system before upgrading later when required.