Hurakan 3D Printer
Out-of-the-Box Klipper Printer
Adjustable heat bed
Material break detection
Dual-Tone Colors & Mecha Style
The dual-color design makes it unique and recognizable. Rigid lines fuse mecha elements to create a firm and cool hi-tech look.
The venting grilles designed on the base and print head create a unique look while improving heat dissipation efficiency and reducing weight.
BTT Manta M4P+CB1
The latest main control board and core board, Manta M4P and CB1, enables Hurakan to run Klipper and also supports Marlin.
Klipper is Ready
Klipper, a huge leap in 3D printer firmware, has been pre-installed on Hurakan. So you don't have to deal with complicated installationprocedures but enjoy speed, precision, and convenience.
Enjoy Wireless Printing
Thanks to the built-in WiFi module, it is easier for users to print pause, check the printing progress, and adjust the temperatureof the nozzle on different terminal platforms(The control device and printer must be connected to the same WiFi network).
The self-developed auto leveling sensor, mini-sized, 6g super lightweight, can use more than 10 million times, will add almost no weight to the extruder but offershigh precision leveling capability.
Quiet 3D Printing
Thanks to the TMC2209, an ultra-silent motor driver IC, the printingnoise can be significantly reduced.
Choose the Part to Heat
Switch the hotbed use area to adjust the hotbed power, which is more energy-saving and environmentally friendly.
●100W---for the central part of the bed (red light on)
●240W---for the whole bed (both blue and red lights on)
Filament Runout Sensor
With the filament runout sensor, the printer will automatically pause a print if filaments run out or break, saving time and filaments.
Light up Your Prints
A beautifully designed, fully customizable RGB light illuminates. Your prints in the dark, giving you full 16.8M color control via the web interface or the display screen.
Get Start Quickly
Thanks to the modular design, assembling the printer is fast and fun.
01 - Dual USB Ports
A USB flash drive can be used to print without an Internet connection, a USB plug and play camera can be connected for wireless monitoring.
02 - Power Supply Optional
Suitable for different voltages of 100-120V/200-240V.
03 - RJ45 Port
Offer a choice of a more reliable wired network connection.
*Note: This is a Gigabit Ethernet port.Currently, the CB1 installed on Hurakan only supports 100M Ethernet. If you want to experience Gigabit Ethernel, you can replace CB1 with CM4.
04 - SPI Interface
Designed for connecting an ADXL 345 accelerometer to realize Klipper's Resonance Compensation for a higher precision print.
Dimensions & Specs
3D Printer Name
3D Printer Dimensions
Slicing Software Compatibility
Heated Bed Power
Maximum Temperature of Nozzle
Suggested Printing Speed
PLA/ABS/PETG...(Any material with print temp lower than 260℃ including flexible filament with 95A stillness.)
USB Drive/LAN Controlled
Max Temperature of Heated Bed
Default Speed Limit(Firmware)
Filament Runout Detection
Note: Above are schematic diagrams of products, accessoriesuser interfaces, etc., for reference only. Please refer to the actual product because product updates may make the actual product slightly different from the schematic diagram.
Quick View Relavant Files
H2 Series Extruder
Dual Z Upgrade Kit
Hurakan Original Accessories
|2GT-6mm black belt 1m|
|6*24mm heat break|
|2*4mm teflon tube 1m|
|E3D brass nozzles V5/V6 1.75/0.4mm|
|Heating aluminum block silicone|
|PC4-M6 black pneumatic connectors|
|235*235*0.3mm PEI spring steel sheet|
|235X235*1.5mm soft magnetic stickers|
|POM wheel with dual bearing|
|40W 24V 60mm white heater cartridge PH2.54-2P|
|60mm thermistors PH1.5-2P|
|Filament break detection module|
|3010 fan with 60mm wire XH1.5-2P terminal|
|4010 fan with 60mm wire XH2.54-2P terminal|
|4010 turbo fan with 80mm wire XH1.5-2P terminal|
|3010 fan with 15cm wire XH2.54-2P terminal|
|BIGTREETECH Mini12864 V2.0|
|BIGTREETECH Manta M4P V2.2|
|BIGTREETECH CB1 V2.2 (Hurakan)|
|BIGTREETECH TMC2209 V1.3 (Hurakan)|
This printer is very underrated for what it is. Every time I need to print something I turn to the hurakan it’s very reliable and does what I ask of it. I have zero complaints and would recommend this for for anyone who wants to get into klipper. Biqu did an outstanding job with this machine.
La maquina esta muy bien, se monta muy facilmente e imprime con una calidad muy buena desde el minuto 0.
BIQU Hurakan DIY 3D Printer
After discussing with my friends who already own printers, I was talked out of the creality 3 and into the biqu hurakan.
I have very little 3d printing experience, but after assembly, and going through the setup document, I was able to get it working very quickly.
My only issue is the stock bed adhesion wasn't great, and I would have prints fail because they would come undone from the bed, but that probably had more to do with my basement being cold. I was able to fix this with painters tape.
My only other issue is the GitHub documentation is a little spotty as some reviewers said there were files in there that are not anymore. Hopefully will be resolved.
Otherwise amazing printer.
First bed slinger I own. I have been using a massive delta for years and have had awesome prints. Basically slap a file in it and hit print.
I bought the Hurakan to learn kipper, and that’s been fun. I also bought the 7” touch screen and the accelerometer. After installing the screen a few new menus were available that were not on mainsail or the original screen. The screw leveling, and Z offset are much better with a screen. The web cam worked right away, but I’m still figuring out how to use it as Timelapse.
Updating the files could have been explained a little better but found resources on the web. The latest updates are a much better improvement. Mine won’t save config after a pid tune but I can add them manually and save. I’ve set up pressure advance, and run the accelerations, however these values do not change from stock.
The hotend might be good for little Billy but not for an experienced user. Nothing fits it off the shelf. I’ve experimented with a creality all metal spider designing my own mounts. I had to move the touch sensor down to get it lower than the nozzle, but that’s not a perfectly working option yet. I wish you had a plug and play all metal solution. You have plenty of great hotends in your catalog that this should be an option already. I’m on the fence with your direct drive extruder hotends as I don’t want to have to design the cooling and touch portions of the install. A bimetal hotend will run fine on the Bowden setup, as the printer can’t run much faster than 180mm. The H2 light with at least some cooling and touch stl’s would be nice for TPU or other materials.
I’m not sure adding the additional Z motor is something I need before a hotend so I haven’t bought into that.
All in all I gave it a 4. This isn’t a first printer for non experienced users unless you make a more thorough manual defining the klipper procedures. I’ve been using prusaslicer and made my own profile off of a different printer, and have had excellent results. This didn’t come out of the box like that. I had to do a lot of reading to get this to a state that I can now only drag and drop prints and go. Could I suggest a macros file in the GitHub that could be added for more macros on the machine?.
Don’t get me wrong you make quality machines, and I’m waiting for a Manta setup to come back in stock to update my Delta. It’s running a Lerdge board now and has been flawless but I want the ability to take advantage of the Klipper options.
Also please add any updates or improvements to the software or manual before your long New Year. I know the restrictions and lockdowns have been hard for everyone and I wish everyone