Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer

Simple setup, high uptime, and reliable dual extrusion. Push your 3D printing workflow to a whole new level. Optimized for the widest range of materials.

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Technical Specifications:

  • Printing Technology: LCD-based SLA Printing, Fused Deposition Modeling(FDM), Fused filament fabrication(FFF)
  • Light-source
  • Feeder type
  • XY DPI
  • Y axis resolution
  • Display
  • Layer resolution
  • Printing speed
  • Rated Power
  • Print head
  • Printer size
  • Printing volume
  • Printing material
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Package Weight
  • Build Area
  • Print Materials: UV Resin, PLA, ABS, HIPS, PETG, Wood and TPU
  • Illuminant: Diffusion, Matrix, None
  • Excellent print quality
  • Axis Z: Single, Double

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# Download the latest firmware update here.

Please check out the information page of your printer before upgrade.

If problem occurred please contact our tech support.

Extract the firmware package to obtain the .bin files.

Copy these .bin files to an empty USB flash drive.

Insert the USB flash drive into the 3d printer.

It will take about a few minutes to upgrade.

Please visit our web site for technical support.

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Windows 10 / Mac OS X / Linux

Debian / Ubuntu / Linux Mint


Oracle Linux, CentOS, RedHat or Fedora

Arch or Manjaro

Show the part of mesh on the ground

Change model interior color






Slising software installation

Manipulate 3d model in slicer

Model importing

View changing

Model changing

Support Settings

Shape editing


Slice Settings Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer


# Download the latest drivers for Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer.

Windows 10, Mac OS, Linux

Recovery guide

# Download the Recovery guide for Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer here.

Remove all files exceprt for the firmware files from the USB flash drive to avoid crashes.

Safety instruction

Always follow the safety instruction during assembly and usage, to avoid any unnecessary damage to the Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer or individual injury.

Download the latest Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer manual pdf here.

Please contact our customer support if you have any issues

In case of emergency, immediately cut off the power of 3d printer and contact the tech support

Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer includes moving parts that can cause injury

Use protection glasses when cleaning/sanding the printed models

Keep 3d printer and its accessories out of the reach of children

Vapors or fumes may be irritating at operating temperature.

Always use the 3d printer in an open and well ventilated area.

Build Manual

# Download the Build Manual for Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer here.

Assembly and Leveling instructions

Unpack the machine and then remove the protective film outside

Plug in the power and turn on the power switch

Set the current Z height as the Zero position













# Software for Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer.

Windows 10 / MacOS / Linux

Compatible with Mac or Windows computers...

Brings more accuracy for leveling

Support anti-aliasing function

Fixed the crash when file fold has incorrect file format

Optimized the stability of reading

Uninstall the previous version before installing

print preparation software

printer management software

Plugin integration: SolidWorkds, Autodesk

Supported file types: STL, OBJ, X3D, 3MF, BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG

Printable formats: G, GCODE, GCODE.gz, UFP


Easy to use

The best way to prepare, manage, monitor, and share your 3D print files.


# Parts List



Tool set

USB Drive


Resin Vat

User manual


Power cord

USB cable


How to use Makerpi K5 Plus 3d printer

Step by step for beginners.

This tutorial teaches you how to 3D print using the computer.

A quick how to video explaining the steps to use a 3D printer.

Learn how to 3D print your models in this video!

G-Code Commands for 3D Printing

G-code stands for "Geometric Code". Its main function is to instruct a machine head how to move geometrically in 3 dimensions.

There are a few different ways to prepare G-code for Makerpi K5 Plus 3D printer.

G0 - Rapid Move.

G1 - Linear Move.

G90 - Set to Absolute Positioning.

G91 - Set to Relative Positioning.

G-Code Examples...

M106 - Fan on