Trinus is a new 3D printer.

Scaled down from industrial-grade machines, Trinus delivers stability, accuracy, and durability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At its core is a single-axis slide that is commonly used in industrial machines but rarely found in desktop 3D printers. We were able to design a low-cost single-axis slide that delivers extremely high precision but keeps Trinus affordable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

With all metal internal components, Trinus does not require constant recalibration once its been set using the adjustable plate bed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Its parts stay in place. Because it is so stable, Trinus maintains quality printing up to print speeds of 70 mm/sec, and is capable of running at a maximum speed of 150 mm/sec. It prints at a minimum layer height of 50 microns, generating clean and smooth prints.

 

Features

Technology FDM
Body Aluminum & Steel
Print Bed 120x125x125mm
Print Speed Up to 70mm/s

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Nozzle Diameter 0.2 to 0.6mm
Supported Filament 1.75mm
Printing Resolution 50-500 microns
Extruder Temperature Up to 250°C

 

What Can Trinus Do?

Trinus can print with PLA, Flex, PC, ABS, Nylon, and more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Due to its modular structure, you can easily add components to increase its functionality. Trinus is made with all premium aluminum and steel parts. Not only does it have a metal frame, it also has metal internal components. No loose belts or plastic gears. As a result, it performs at a level far above its price point.

Upgrade 1

Upgrade your Trinus with the Flexion HT single extruder kit.

No more jams or blockages awesome bit of kit for your upgrade.

This is a printable plastic plate used to mount an aluminum angle iron to the Trinus X carraige so as to be able to mount a Flexion Extruder.

Anyone who owns a Kodama Trinus eventually gets fed up with the stock extruder. Although reasonably capable, it’s enclosed design encourages heat creep and clogging. Many owners have adapted the E3D extruder. I decided I would prefer the Flexion for its unparalleled ability to print flexible filaments.

The pictures are accurate if a bit misleading. They show an earlier iteration with a longer aluminum bracket. I found the longer bracket used too much z axis height, so I shortened it. The principals and directions are the same, but your finished product will look slightly different. There is also a cooling fan mount not shown, which I added later. The file is here for that as well. The fan mount is screwed into the X axis plate using longer 3mm screws to go through the fan mount and then the extruder mounting plate and into the two threaded holes on the top of the X carraige.

To use this plate you will also need a two inch wide, 2″ x 2″ aluminum angle. On one side of the angle you will need to drill two 4mm holes to allow two M3 screws into the tapped mounting holes on the bottom of the cold block. You will also need to drill a 10 mm hole to allow the throat through the aluminum angle.

The back of the plastic plate has countersunk holes for tapered head 6 mm M3 screws. You will need to drill corresponding holes into the other side of the the aluminum angle, and thread those holes with an M3 .5 mm tap.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flexion HT – Single extruder kit for i3 (SKU002HT)

£199.00 from the UK supplier off Amazon

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This has got to be the best upgrade you can do to your Trinus 3d printer saves you spending £60 every time you get a jam or blockage and need a replacement heat block & pipes.

 

Upgrade 2

This is a guide/spacer for Screw alignment to compensate for the lost in Z height (10mm) when upgrading to Kodama’s Leveling bed.

 

Trinus is a new category of 3D printer.

With interchangeable heads, you can convert Trinus into a laser engraver within 60 seconds. The laserhead is capable of engraving wood, leather, food, cork, and other soft materials. Use Trinus to make your own coasters, design a leather notebook, or brand your next batch of cookies! Each Trinus Laser Engraver comes with safety glasses, which you must wear when operating the active laser.

 

 

 

Trinus is easy!

We used a lean design approach to keep Trinus simple. With an easy-to-follow manual and only 11 units, Trinus can be assembled in no time. Go from unboxing to starting your first project in just 30 minutes!

“Makers around the world are praising this printer for what it can do and also for the bigger picture of how it can be used due to its modular design.”