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Delta Rostock mini G2S pro DIY kit with auto-leveling


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This Rostock mini G2S pro upgraded delta 3D printer -Rostock mini G2S. 

Compared to its predecessor, this G2s pro has two major merits, it looks cooler and it works better.

The printing effector of the G2s pro is upgraded with metal parts, which are more durable and stable than the prints. The whole machine is craft out of high-quality aluminum and laser cut acrylic plate, making it more stable and smooth when printing, improving the printing accuracy and speed to a higher level.

  An metal auto-leveling device is also improved on G2s pro; which means you do not have to adjust it every time before you start printing, and with this new metal leveling device, the calibration will be more accurate.

In terms of printing filament, G2s pro not only supports PLA and ABS, Nylon and wood filament is also available, which enables more possibilities to create 3D printing project. 

  This G2s pro is powered by our newly designed control system—GT2560 that supports 2 extruders and eliminates the complicated wiring of Mega2560+Ramps 1.4 and it is more space-saving.

With G2s pro you can print a single two-color object, or you can print two objects in one print job, each made from a different color. You can also print one single-color object, as with other single-extruder 3D printers. Or you can use one extruder for infill or support.

    This G2s pro is also improved with LCD control panel; you can monitor the printing process in real time and with a SD card it can realize stand-alone printing, very convenient. 


Main features:

1.All metal effectors for more stable and smooth printing. 

2. With auto-leveling and auto-calibration features. 

3. With dual extruder, support multiple way of printing. 

4. Support PLA, ABS, Nylon and Wood, giving more possibilities to create 3D printing object. 

5. New updated control system.

6. More fluent printing process and higher accuracy.


For detailed information, please refer to wiki.

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Note that the firmware is pre-installed, if you need to do modifications, please download firmware here.

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Print Volume: cylindrical, D: 170mm , H:200mm 

Chassis: laser -cut acrylic plate

The Layer Thickness: 0.1mm

Layer Resolution: 0.1mm

Filament Diameter: 1.75mm

Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm

Print Speed:  60 to 120 mm/sec

Print Plate Size: 210 x 3mm

Print Plate (Build Platform): aluminum plate + heatbed

XYZ Bearings: carbon steel

Stepper Motors: 1.8° step angle with 1/16 micro-stepping

Max Heated Bed Temp: about 110 

Max Extruder Temp: about 240 

AC Input: 115V/2.2A or 230V/1.1A


No. of Extruders: 2 

Connectivity (Interface): USB, SD Card

Electronics: GT2560

3D printing Software: Easy Print,Repetier Host

CAD Input data file format supported: STL, G code 

Client Operating System: Windows, Linux, Mac

Machine Dimensions: 320 x 320 x 870mm

Machine weight:10kg  

Shipping box dimensions:495*395*195mm

Shipping box weight:11kg

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here is a clip of the G2 ptinting with our friends hotend.

Vedio for building instruction

video for how to calibrate

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  • Darryl Watson | 02/06/2019

    i haveing the same problem as Christian Kampf Printer arrived and assembly was no problem. For calibration it is necessary to update the firmware, but the firmware is not compiling in newer versions of the Arduino IDE. I use 1.8.5 (I need this version also for other projects). Problem seems to be a redeclaration of a basic structure (fpos_t). Installation of IDE 1.0.5 would require a deinstallation of my current IDE, which is not a solution for me. have it been fixed yet

  • Christian Kampf | 12/01/2018

    Printer arrived and assembly was no problem. For calibration it is necessary to update the firmware, but the firmware is not compiling in newer versions of the Arduino IDE. I use 1.8.5 (I need this version also for other projects). Problem seems to be a redeclaration of a basic structure (fpos_t). Installation of IDE 1.0.5 would require a deinstallation of my current IDE, which is not a solution for me. Any Ideas?

  • Nathan Huhn | 10/07/2018

    One of my motors has ceased to work. It works if connected to another port. Could the stepper motor driver board be to blame? Or could I have damaged the arduino board?

    • Jocelin Jia | 10/08/2018

      Hi Nathan, you can exchange other drivers to this mottor, then will find the problems, thanks

  • Adrian Tenllado | 10/02/2018

    I have a geeetech i3 pro w and the truth is that the machine is very good, I would like to try the Rostock mini G2 with two extruders, my first question is to know what speed difference there is between the two machines, thanks

    • Jocelin Jia | 10/05/2018

      Hello different modles, G2S Print Speed: 60 to 120 mm/sec,thanks

  • Peter Dittmann | 08/05/2018

    Where can I get replacement parts? The ball bearing in the one of the belt tentioning rollers just collapsed. I would also suggest that the U-holders need a little refinement as its a tight fit out of the box and washers between rollers an u-holder may help fight wear.

    • Jocelin Jia | 08/06/2018

      hello peter, can u send order number and picture to jocelin.jia@geeetech.cn, thanks

  • Andreas Richter | 06/15/2018

    Is there a tutorial / howto for calibration running Linux? Repetierhost only runs as a "Windows Application using MONO" and this is not what I like...

    • Jocelin Jia | 06/19/2018

      Hi,you can use crua, thanks

  • Gabriel Martí | 12/24/2017

    Hello, i saw i the specification tab : "Layer Resolution: 0.1mm" , It's a mistake or this printer really can not print at 0.3mm layer resolution ?

    • Zina Luo | 12/28/2017

      Hi Gabriel ,what you meant ? You cannot print by 0.3mm or ?

  • Jeff P. | 11/30/2017

    Thinking of purchasing this. Great reviews and cost are the main reasons. Just wondering if it is possible to INCREASE length of the towers to double the available print height? 400mm print height would be great!!

  • Chris Dobler | 11/07/2017

    Hello, Do you have upgrade instructions or a package for Marlin 1.1?

    • Zina Luo | 11/07/2017

      Hi Chris ,pls contact to our technican:technical@geeetech.com for help .Have a nice day!

  • Ali Manshadi | 08/26/2017

    Hi, Very new and beginner to the 3d world. Just purchased and assembled my Delta G2S and started to set up the parameters where the problem comes up. I downloaded Firmware. unzip and copied all files to Ardunio folder, selected board and serial port and then saved all changes. Then, Verify the Firware successfully but when I hit the upload bottom the error comes up after few seconds and the message is timeout communating (I can see the LCD screen on G2S goes and back during uploading). Any thought please?

    • Zina Luo | 08/30/2017

      Hi Ali ,thank you for reaching us and can u email the problem more details by email to our technican ?Thanks

  • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

    Hi again, I finally solved yesterday the arduino problem, the missing library's came inside the zip file in a separated folder. I also managed to revive the 2560 board originally packed with the G2S. The GT2560 now is a good learning school for setting up the RUMBA board that is on it's way. Everything is now working and calibrated, the overall calibration tolerance on all 3 axes measured on the print bed is now 0.02 on the Z offset Which means it's almost perfectly parallel to the bed surface. It took me several hours BUT the first print of a 20x20x20mm cube was right on the spot! Just 1 remark on the mechanical parts. thread the axes of the rods 10mm longer and use a counter nut to block it instead of lock-tight i broke 2 of them trying to make them all the exact same distance (got that idea from a guy on a forum) luckely i have the tools and know how to make them myself. For the rest, i just love the machine :)

    • Zina Luo | 08/03/2017

      Hi Johan,glad to hear that you solved out the problem finally ,and thank you for your feedback here.

      • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

        No problem, when my feedback can help people, i'm always glad to help out :-)

        • Zina Luo | 08/04/2017

          thank you for you here.

    • johan walraeve | 08/06/2017

      Hi again, printer is up and running like a beauty, but i think i found a hardware bug. normally when i print PLA fillament on glass with 3D spray i don't turn on the heated bed, that is why it took a while to find out about this. I wanted to print the 20x20x20 test cube with HIPS but the filament would NOT stick to the bed. When probed with a thermometer the heating plate underneath the aluminium bed reaches the desired temperature of 90°C but on top of the aluminium bed i just have around 70°C left. It becomes worse when measured on top of the glass plate where another drop of 20°C is measured with a temperature of 52.7°C. Also (but this IS normal) with the 12V power supply the max temperature of the bed is 90°C. The 130°C as pronounced in the product details can only be achieved by the use of 24V PSU (i found this info by searching around on several 3D forums). This is not the fault of Geeetech. don't get me wrong. I might upgrade everything to 24V later on because i want to print in Nylon but that will be for later on this year. And to sound not all bad, the Rostock G2S Pro is becoming my favorite printer, it is a pleasure to see it print, tomorrow my 3-in-1-out hotend, rumba board and 3th extruder will be delivered, this story is to be continued.

      • Zina Luo | 08/07/2017

        Hi Johan,thank you for your sharing here and do appreciate to your passion on this printer

  • Steve Renaud | 06/21/2017

    Hey, I contacted the technical support and they said that the mufset of my extruder #2 is broken, It's like that since it arrived(since I have it). How can I have it replaced ?

    • Zina Luo | 06/22/2017

      Hi Steve ,you can contract the related sales for the replacement.

      • Steve Renaud | 06/23/2017

        How do I contact the after sales service (I bought my G2S from geeetech directly)

        • Zina Luo | 06/26/2017

          HI Steve ,sent me your order number to my email :Zina.Luo@geeetech.cn

  • Moisés Bueno | 06/08/2017

    Hi, i bought a Rostock mini G2S Pro some time ago (about one year) and it works very well with only one extruder. After dozen of unsuccessful calibrations tries I had to take out the second extruder and use it with a single extruder. It will be very helpfull if I could remont the second extruder and make it to work, but I could not find any calibration guide to help me on it. The extruders do not keep the same distance to the bed across different positions. One or other extruder is more near to the bed, depending the position. How to fix it?

    • Zina Luo | 06/12/2017

      Hi Moises ,thank you for reaching us ,you can take this for reference :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCa_Bvx8OWs&list=PLODCkot3Grii_G18_xnM-Qwo1VV2ioejQ about the calibrations .

    • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

      Hey , run Arduino, go in to the config.h file, about line 111 Delta Radius, and the end of that line adjust the number like explained in the video. if your outer point are higher (test point 2,3,4) as test point 1, i had to fill in a negative number, mine was -8.25 here is the line and take it as an example, every printer needs it's OWN settings. #define DELTA_RADIUS (DELTA_SMOOTH_ROD_OFFSET-DELTA_EFFECTOR_OFFSET-DELTA_CARRIAGE_OFFSET-8.25)

  • Francklin Nguyen | 05/18/2017

    Hello Geeetech I bought the Rostock mini G2S Pro at your german shop and just assembled it, This is a very nice printer and the firsts prints are very nice.The manuals for assembly and configuration are well made and clear.This printer Kit really worth the price !!. Just one question on the bed configuration, in the config files and manual we have a printing radius of 100mm so it will be a 200mm printing bed surface, in the specification it says printing bed diameter 170mm. Is it safe to launch a 200mm part printing or it could brake the printer ?? Cheers Francklin

    • Zina Luo | 05/23/2017

      Hi Francklin ,sorry that it's unsafe for launch 200mm .

    • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

      Hi Francklin, Keep in mind that especially on dual head printers, the second head also needs to go were the object is located on the bed (i mean the outer limits of the bed. Near the towers there is no way the inner extruder can reach the full radius. (i might be new in 3D printing but i know my way around CNC milling. cheers and have a nice day :-) Johan

  • Steve Renaud | 05/09/2017

    Hello, I just finished building my Delta Rostock mini G2S pro. When I power up my printer, the hot end (the nose)#2 is starting eating right away, without asking, event if it's not plugged into the computer. I cannot continue calibrating my printer until it's fixed.

    • Zina Luo | 05/10/2017

      Hi steve,our technican said you check the all the connection again and try to refresh the firmware.If you still have any problem pls kindly email to our technican for help:technical@geeetech.com

    • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

      Hi Steve, I had pretty much the same problem when i started mine too. Download Arduino, i use the nightly build becausse they update that every day) and when extracted the files to a folder, open the Arduino folder and goto the library map (not the LIB map), there is a .exe in it and it will install additional labrary files. At the Geeetech firmware page download the G2S firmware and let Arduino compile it, upload it with the usb connected. that should do the trick, i revived my board that way too.

  • gabriel yuliyanto | 05/07/2017

    hello geeetech i have g2s pro, the problem is the hot end not detected by the printer. i have chose pre heat pla all but the hot end not increase temperature. why?

    • Zina Luo | 05/09/2017

      Hi Gabriel,our technican said you can check whether the voltage of the controller board and some components are nomal ,then measure the value of the extruder hotend and the thermistor by referring this wiki:http://www.geeetech.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=17039

    • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

      hi Gabriel, On some boards, yes on mine as wel, the bed heater and extruder 1 heater connectors have switched place, when i first got a working board, the bed was heating instead of the extruder. just had to switch them and all works well now. Greetings, johan

  • Stel Val | 04/15/2017

    Hello, is it possible to order a replacement aluminum build plate gor the G2S?

    • Zina Luo | 04/18/2017

      Hi Stel ,pls take picture of the part you want to check:Zina.Luo@geeetech.cn

  • Steve Renaud | 04/11/2017

    Hello, do you know the average of time I have to wait for mine to be ship ? Thanks

    • Zina Luo | 04/11/2017

      Hi Steve ,could you pls send me your order number to check?

  • Assen Assenov | 03/17/2017

    Hello, My power supply fell over and all plastic parts broke. Is there stl files for them in order to print the plates for holding the power button, power socked and supply enclosure? I mean all the plastic parts from this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK6pdp0YlKM&list=PLODCkot3GriiDS1CVGWfn5wTXEW2gDPrF&index=18 Thanks

    • Zina Luo | 03/20/2017

      Hello Assen ,pls email the detail to our email so that i can check the STL file to you:zina.luo@geeetech.cn

      • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

        Hi zina, Can you send me the .stl files too? in my pro package there was NO power supply enclosure (also not included on the package list)

        • Zina Luo | 08/03/2017

          Hi JOhan ,could you pls send me the email about this ?

          • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

            Hi Again Zina, i found an enclosure so i can print it, thanks anyway :-) Have a nice day :)

            • Zina Luo | 08/04/2017

              Hi Johan ,glad to hear that !

        • johan walraeve | 08/03/2017

          https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1911814 It Looks nice but my switch cable needs to be about 5cm longer, i'll fix that over the weekend.

          • johan walraeve | 08/05/2017

            Do not use this STL. the whole model is to small and the hole for the power switch is to large. In case of scaling, the switch hole will even become larger. i'm going to design my own enclosure with designspark. I also noticed that one of the power mossfets in the PSU is getting real warm (not extreme, i could hold my hand on that side of the psu for several seconds). When i design a enclosure i'm going to mount 2 40mm fans on top of it, one directly over the component and another one to cool the rest. I'll let you know what i came up with in a few days

  • Mathieu CABARET | 03/14/2017

    Hello, More easy to build and configurre than I thought, I happily and successfully used this printer for two month, but now it's stuck in a loop of constant restart and "Err MAX TEMP". I checked thermistors, plug and unplug all wires but nothing seems to work. I think the board dysfunction, if u have any advices ?

    • Zina Luo | 03/14/2017

      HI Mathieu,sounds great that you can assemble the printer successfully .Could you pls list your problem by details to our technicans :technical@geeetech.com? He will check and give some help.Thanks

  • Mikael Westerberg | 02/15/2017

    Hi! Can I replace the hotends and use the Assembled JIETAI Dual-head Hotends on G2S pro?

    • Zina Luo | 02/22/2017

      Hi ,sorry that cannot.

  • Peter Walker | 02/07/2017

    One of my Acrylic Motor Holder Supports broke because one of the M3 nuts did not seat correctly. Is it possible to buy this replacement part A4 or RK-04?

    • Zina Luo | 02/07/2017

      Hi Peter ,can you contract to my email:zina.luo@geeetech.cn and i send the STL file for you to print by yourself.

  • Dario Natale | 02/03/2017

    Hi a have a question, this printer (mini G2S pro) supports TPU soft rubber materials and Semi-trasparent material like the previous version (G2s)? Then : the in this photo (http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/Geeetech_G2_%26_G2s_pro#where_to_buy) each gray support of the arms is made metallic, but in the photos on the webstore seems like black plastic. It's right, it is metallic or plastic? thanks

    • Zina Luo | 02/07/2017

      Yes ,same as the previous version.And the black parts is the metallic.

  • deveau pierre-luc | 10/06/2016

    Super belle machine. Je suis impressionné. J'ai acheté une g2s pro et la livraison de la machine à pris que 10 jour de chez vous au Québec. De plus montage facile et le calibrage tout au tant. J'ai eu 2 ou 3 problème l'or de mes premier teste mais vite réglé avec les solution déjà proposer par vous.. Pour le moment je suis très très contant du produit

    • rita xiang | 10/07/2016

      Merci pour votre avis genre, si possible, vous pouvez partager certains de vos travaux d'impression avec nous sur facebook ou twitter ou youtube. meilleures salutations

  • Ingram Underwood | 08/25/2016

    for all interested http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1722143

    • rita xiang | 08/25/2016

      Very impressive mods on this printer

  • Clint Whiteman | 07/25/2016

    Hello, How do i fix the problem with the hotnends going towards the X-axis and hitting the x-axis rods when homing with the repetier host software? I made sure to follow the quick starter instructions, but i'm still having the same issue.

    • William Kwok | 07/25/2016

      Hi,Clint Make sure all the motor wires are correctly connected and the directions of all motors are right.

  • Dirk Reeskens | 07/24/2016

    Can this printer work with support material that is solvable?

    • rita xiang | 07/24/2016

      As far as i know, some customer use it to print with HIPS for support.

  • Joseph MCCULLEN | 07/04/2016


    • Andrea Lambert | 07/05/2016

      Seems the thermistor is open circuit, pelase check it's connected well.

  • Darryl Donkin | 05/16/2016

    Wondering if anyone has a Simplify3D profile for this printer??

  • Teemu Huttunen | 04/25/2016

    Hi, I have weird extruder problem. Extruder is working fine when I control it manually with Repetier, but when I start to print anything nothing comes out. Temperatures are right and PLA is melting when printing but only manually controlled can get it out.

    • Quentin Qiu | 04/26/2016

      Hi, please contact this e-mail technical@geeetech.com for technical support. Thank you.

    • Kevin Goethals | 07/26/2018

      Hello Teemu, were you able to fix this issue? I am having the exact same issue and I'm going crazy! :-(

    • Kevin Goethals | 07/26/2018

      Hello Teemu, I have the exact same problem as you had 2 years ago. Did you find a solution? I tried so much without any result. Thanks a lot!

  • Teemu Huttunen | 04/12/2016

    Hi, I just bought this printer but LCD is not working. Only black block are visible. I updated firmware and also checked that right LCD is configured in it. Ribbon cables are also assembled correctly.

    • Quentin Qiu | 04/13/2016

      Hi you can contact this e-mail technical@geeetech.com for technical support. Thank you.

      • Vicente Barbosa | 04/13/2016

        I have the same problem, how can I solve it. Best regards Vicente

        • Quentin Qiu | 04/16/2016

          Hi, please contact this e-mail technical@geeetech.com for technical support. Thank you.

        • Teemu Huttunen | 04/25/2016

          Hi, I swapped lcd and SD-card cables. I mixed them when connected. Easy solution. Obviously mixing these connectors doesn't break anything...

  • W BRown | 04/10/2016

    Anyone worked through a successful Simplify3D profile for this printer?

  • Sjoerd Timmer | 03/07/2016

    What type of nozzle/heater does this printer ship with? and which heaters/nozzles from the shop are compatible?

    • Quentin Qiu | 03/09/2016

      Hi, MK8 nozzle, MK8 hotend. Here is the link of the nozzle: http://www.geeetech.com/brass-m6-nozzle-for-mk8-extruder-p-904.html

  • Bruce Powell | 02/20/2016

    I received this kit and started assembling it. However in the first step, there are six (6) MOTOR HOLDER SUPPORT part #A4. One of them is too thick, it is about 1mm thicker than the other 5 ones. So the tabs on the part do not fit into the square holes on MOTOR HOLDER part #A3. Also, this part #A4 will be too thick to fit into the square holes on BASE PLATE RK-02. This is very poor quality control and I am very disappointed. How quickly can you expedite a new part #A4 to me with the correct dimensions?

    • Quentin Qiu | 02/22/2016

      Hello, for sales, delivery and replacement question please contact this e-mail sales@geeetech.com Please describe your question and provide your order number in your e-mail and my colleague in sales department will help you to solve your problem. Thank you

  • Raymond Barnes Sr. | 02/14/2016

    My LCD stays on when USB is plugged in but power turned off. If I unplug the USB then the LCD goes off is there a fix for this ? Jumper setting or something it would seem like it should go off when power is off

    • Quentin Qiu | 02/18/2016

      Sorry for the late reply, we spent our Chinese New Year vacation for a couple of days. You can chat online with our technician through the orange chat window in the bottom right corner of your screen when you are on our homepage. Or you can contact this e-mail sherry.li@geeetech.cn for technical support. You can also go to our forum to refer to FAQ or post your problem. http://www.geeetech.com/forum/ Thank you

  • James Hookham | 02/10/2016

    I received my printer from a reseller but it is missing the upper pulleys for the belt. How can I get these pulleys?

    • Quentin Qiu | 02/17/2016

      Sorry for the late reply, we spent our Chinese New Year vacation for a couple of days. Please contact the reseller to get the pulleys.

  • Jan Magne Johansen | 02/06/2016

    Just received my printer this Wednesday, and now, saturday morning i'm doing my first proper print :). Very pleased with this kit. I have experience with Prusa i3's from earlier so that probably helped, but the calibration was nowhere near as complicated as i got the impression from other posts it would be. This kit have the best instructions i ever seen from a chinese kit anywhere! Build was easy, all the parts was there, and now the print quality is just excelent. Very happy with this purchase :)

    • Quentin Qiu | 02/15/2016

      Hi, thank you for your comment, glad to know you like the printer.

  • Ryan Alm | 01/26/2016

    What are all the tools I will need to build this printer? include everything please. I am a student away at a university and need to make sure I get all the necessary items prior to ordering. Also, how fast will this arrive to Michigan?

    • Quentin Qiu | 01/27/2016

      Hello Ryan, the printer will come with tools you will need to use. They're in one package.Usually it takes 5-7 days.

  • William Whelan | 01/18/2016

    The Quick Starter Manual requests I download a file called G2.ini but I cannot find it, is this file essential?

    • Quentin Qiu | 01/19/2016

      Hello William,this is a slicing configuration for reference, you can download it here http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/Geeetech_G2_%26_G2s_pro#Related_source

  • Sheldon Tracey | 12/17/2015

    It is a nice printer. But the assembly instructions don't match the modified equipment. The instructions show all plastic parts. The new printer has metal parts. You might want to correct that.

    • Quentin Qiu | 12/21/2015

      Hello Sheldon, thank you for your suggestion.

    • Perry Wolf | 01/12/2016

      Here's the upgraded printer instructions: http://bit.ly/upgraded-g2s-instructions

  • Javier González | 12/17/2015

    Good morning, yesterday my new pringar arrived at home, my question is, if the díameter´s nozzdel is 0.4 mm? Thanks

    • Quentin Qiu | 12/21/2015

      Hello Javier,yes it is.

  • Juan Manuel Domínguez | 12/13/2015

    Does this printer support PVA? (as the prusa i3 does)

    • Quentin Qiu | 12/21/2015

      It supports PLA, ABS, Nylon and Wood filament.

  • Yannick Traub | 12/06/2015

    How long is the processing time after you ordered this printer? I'm asking because I ordered it on the 28th November and it still says 'Processing' in my order history.

    • Quentin Qiu | 12/07/2015

      Hi Yannick, for sales and delivery problem ,you can contact this e-mail: sales@geeetech.com Thank you.

  • Alexander Grau | 11/24/2015

    I wrote a tutorial on how to calibrate the effective X/Y axis of this printer, so you can get better print precision (I managed to get from 2mm print precision to 0.4mm precision) - good luck! http://grauonline.de/wordpress/?page_id=1118

    • rita xiang | 11/24/2015

      thanks very much

    • Ruslan Nikitin | 12/03/2015

      Hi, When you telling about measures distances to hot end - which one you speak about?

  • Mathieu Daumas | 11/20/2015

    Hello , I succesfully assembled the printer and begun a print after the calibration. First with only one extruder, and it worked. But when i want to print with two extruders, there is a big gap ( about 2 or 3 mm ) between the plate and the extruders , and the movements are not paralles to the plate

    • Quentin Qiu | 11/26/2015

      Hi you can contact this e-mail sherry.li@geeetech.cn for technical support, or you can go to our forum to post your problem. http://www.geeetech.com/forum/

    • Micheal Potter | 01/05/2016

      Mathieu, did you resolve this problem? I have exactly the same problem

  • Emmanuel Gonzalez | 11/17/2015

    I have a problem, the LCD shows err: MINTEMP BED, someone who can help me ? And check the connection of sensors and apparently are well

    • Quentin Qiu | 11/22/2015

      Hi Emmanuel,you can refer to this link: http://www.geeetech.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=17030

  • Javier Félix | 11/16/2015

    Can you send it to Mexico?

    • Quentin Qiu | 11/16/2015

      Hello Javier, yes we can send it to Mexico.

      • Javier Félix | 11/16/2015

        How much cost the shipping?

    • Quentin Qiu | 11/17/2015

      Hello Javier, please add the products in your cart ,then you can see the shipping cost.

  • Eric Geer | 10/26/2015

    Is there a parts list for this unit? I want to order replacement parts.

    • Quentin Qiu | 10/26/2015

      Hello Eric, here is the link of the metal parts for upgrading G2S to G2S Pro. http://www.geeetech.com/g2s-upgrade-kit-p-954.html You can order this to replace plastic parts of your G2S with metal ones.

  • Peter (Phuong) Nguyen | 10/09/2015

    Could you update the pack list.xls file please. This file is for the I3 Dual Extender model, not for the GS2 model. Could you update the file name to something that refered to the model (eg: packinglist G2S.xls etc...). Also it is very helpful if you can print the info of the washers, screws on the part number stickers. This info is very helpful that speeding up the picking & identifying the part. Eg: 14 M3x30mm ... Regards, Peter Ng.

    • Quentin Qiu | 10/11/2015

      Hello Peter, thanks a lot for your precious advice. We will consider your suggestion carefully and do our best to provide better service for customers.

  • Jason McMullan | 09/26/2015

    Is a G2s Pro upgrade kit available for converting the original (plastic parts) G2/G2s to the Pro version?

    • Quentin Qiu | 09/27/2015

      Yes, you can change the plastic parts into metal parts, please contact our online customer service, thank you.

      • james thompson | 10/09/2015

        me too

  • Chris Griffin | 09/20/2015

    Can I mount E3D V6 hot ends on this? Because i print with PET+ that requires up to 270C Will Simplify3D work with this?

    • Quentin Qiu | 09/21/2015

      Hello Chris,sorry to tell you that E3D V6 is not compatible with it.

  • Eugenio Rojas | 09/03/2015

    Hello, I just bought this printer, is there any option to increase maximum extruder temperature from 240C to 260C? Please advise thanks.

    • Quentin Qiu | 09/06/2015

      Hello Eugenio,if your extruder is a metal one, its temperature can reach 250℃, but you'd better control it within 250℃;if your extruder is a plastic J-head, control it under 240℃

  • JESUS AGUIRRE | 08/27/2015

    Anyone have any idea how long it takes for an order to arrive in the USA? I got this a week ago and I have not even gotten a tracking number... thanks.

    • rita xiang | 08/30/2015

      sorry for the late of reply, your order has been sent already via DHL, the tracking number is 9158048130.

  • Eihyun Choi | 08/05/2015

    Can I use cura in this?

    • rita xiang | 08/31/2015

      yes, you can