The Hero Me Pro is a premier pre-printed print head and part cooling assembly, supporting the widest range of compatible 3D printers.
The key design concepts behind the Hero Me Pro is to provide superior part cooling performance and a standards-based print head platform that is highly modular, supporting most 3D printer brands & models, hotends, extruders, fans, ABLs, and other add-ons.
This is a massive upgrade on the stock Ender 3 cooling and well worth printing. I'm really impressed with the obvious time and effort that have gone into making a quality product.
Hero Me Pro enables over 90 3D printer models to use high performance hotends & extruders to increase print speeds and create high quality results.
To deliver the Hero Me Pro, I am very pleased to announce that pre-printed kits of the Hero Me Pro are now available for purchase online. I have partnered with two great 3D printer upgrade vendors to launch the Hero Me Pro.
Each Hero Me Pro kit is custom ordered to match your specific 3D printer model and printhead components, including hotend, extruder, ABL sensor, and part cooling fans. Visit the sites above to learn more or to order a Hero Me Pro.
I have used several different mounts for the fan ducts, in several different materials, before settling on dual 5015 Hero Me in PETG. Works great, and I can bridge like I have never bridged before.
To kick off the release of the Hero Me Pro, I will be exhibiting at the upcoming Rocky Mountain Rep Rap Festival in Loveland Colorado on April 22nd & 23rd.
If you live in the greater Denver area or beyond, I encourage you to come to RMRRF to see the Hero Me Pro in action, along with all the other 3D printing technologies being exhibited.
The Festival is free, and you can register at: https://rmrrf.com
If you would like to get info and STLs of the open source Hero Me Gen7 Master Suite, the files can be found here: Hero Me Gen7 on Printables.com
Complete documentation is available via Patreon to easily select the STLs for any supported 3D printer setup and perform an upgrade for the superior cooling of the Hero Me. You can get the detailed Hero Me Parts Cross-Reference and Illustrated Assembly Guide for just $3 here: https://patreon.com/MediaMan3D
If you would also like to get Hero Me orientation and assembly videos, FAQs, live tech support via my private Hero Me Discord server, pre-release STL files, as well as all of what is new and improved in Gen7 30 days in advance of its public posting, become a Hero Me patron for just $5.