Wanhao Duplicator D9 MK1 – FDM 3D Printer

559.00 475.00

The new FDM 3D printer from Wanhao is truly an impressive machine. It´s a huge leap forward from the big seller Wanhao i3 and i3 Plus.

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The Wanhao Duplicator D9 MK I is the perfect entry level, large 3D Printer.

With an impressive print surface of 300x300x400 mm you have a 3D printer that can manage large prints.

The D6 has a heated build plate which makes larger prints much safer and easier, it also helps more demanding materials stick to the build plate.

The well-known MK10 extruder stands for the delivery of the material and it also has I direct drive. That means that the filament is feed straight to the hot- end. This method is much appreciated as it makes for a more stable and even delivery of the filament you are using. A magnetic build plate makes removal of you prints very easy.


  • Large touch display in color.
  • Intuitive instructions on the display
  • Well known MK10 extruder with direct drive
  • Fully assembled, up and printing within 10 minutes
  • Cura software included, compatible with SimpliFy3D
  • Auto bed leveling sensor for perfect leveled print surface
  • Magnetic build surface
  • Resume printing function
  • Heated bed


Technical details of the Wanhao D9 3D printer

Primary attributes of the technology PLA printer, entrance level printer.
Full assembled. Developped from Prusa i3.
Software CURA, host by Repitator, Simplify 3D
Extruder system MK10 extruder with full metal hot end
Material support PLA, PVA, PEVA, PLA, Nylon,
Any material melting<=300’C
Max printable area 300 x 300 x 400
Filament diameter 1.75mm
Max printing speed 70mm/s
Case Material Aluminum Case
With Insulate cover or not Insulate Tent Available
Extruder Quantity 1
Accuracy X 0.012mm
Y 0.012mm
Z 0.004mm

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Additional information

Build area

300 x 300 x 400, 400 x 400 x 400, 500 x 500 x 400

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