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TRONXY X5SA 24V 3D Printer 330*330*400mm

TRONXY X5SA 24V 3D Printer 330*330*400mm Item NO: X5SA 3D Printer

US$ 328.95
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  • Auto Leveling and Completed Mainboard Box --- X5SA adopts unique automatic leveling system, it can help you to make a more accurate position.
  • New Pinboard Design------Say goodbye to complicated and chaotic electricity line.
  • Filament Sensor------When there is no filament detected, a beeping alarm will be issued. After replacing the filament, click on the print you can continue printing.
  • Cube Full Metal Square------The square structure makes the printer very fixed, and the metal material strengthens the stability.
  • After sale------TRONXY will provide lifetimeTechnical support. Meanwhile TRONXY will strict testing for key components before delivery.
Product Name TRONXY X5SA 24V 3D Printer 330*330*400mm
Item NO X5SA 3D Printer
Weight 13.2 kg = 29.1010 lb = 465.6163 oz
Category 3D Printer > X5SA Series
Brand Tronxy
Creation time 2019-11-04



Goes together easily, and prints really well. The only problem I've had, was adjusting the nozzle smashing into the buildplate, but that was an easy fix of adjusting the auto level sensor and z offset






This is my second 3d printer. Comparatively, this frame is very solid, much less flexible. The instructions were adequate, although in the first step, it references 600mm extrusions which were not part of the kit. This appears to be a typo or something left over from a previous version.

Throughout the instructions, there are pretty poor english translations, but most of the pictures make up for it. I am fairly mechanically oriented and was able to build the kit in about 6 hours time.

The instructions did say to leave the frame loose and there was supposed to be an instruction to tighten it later, but never saw that. You should tighten the frame and square it before putting the power supply/controller box on and certainly before putting the XY motors and pulleys on.

The extruder gear was also not secured, and that was odd since the extruder was fully assembled, so check before you install.

The instructions also do not contain a valid procedure for leveling, which you need in spite of auto-leveling. You should manually level the bed before trying to auto-level it.





Kindle Customer

This is the first xy core 3D printer I have owned and the third 3D printer overall. My other printers are a Turnigy Mini Fabrikator V1, and a Tronxy 802MA

I decided I wanted a larger build volume than the 802MA and considered building a new printer from scratch, but learned about the X5SA from the Tronxy Facebook page and decided to try it out.

The printer was well packaged. Assembly time was about 5 hrs from opening the box to starting the first print. For the most part, the instructions were clear and easy to understand.
One issue I ran into was that the instructions show the rubber feet fully assembled and ready to install. The feet on my printer were not assembled, nor was there a hole in the base for the screw. It was pretty easy to figure out so I was able to move forward.
Another area that could be a bit clearer in the instructions would be to point out that the aluminum extrusions will only allow the screws to seat fully in the groove from one side, the screws sit on top of the rails if the extrusions are positioned incorrectly.

Assembly tools are included (screwdriver, wrench, and Allen wrenches). I would recommend using a small carpenter’s square or a roofing square and check the squareness of the frame many times during assembly. If the frame is not square and plumb, it will be very difficult to print with any accuracy and the error will get larger as the part size increases.

The fact that the wiring is already connected to the main board and routed through cable guides made the electrical installation fast and easy. All of the connectors are labeled so this step is simply a matter of plug and play.

The color control panel is bright and clear although the text is a little on the small size. The setup procedure in the instruction manual is easy to understand and the most difficult part is the initial auto leveling setup.

Auto leveling requires that the maximum difference between any two of the twelve reference points be less than 0.8 mm. This is accomplished by running the auto level procedure and then making adjustments to the bed level thumb wheels and running the procedure again until all of the measurements meet the 0.8 mm criteria.

Once the bed is leveled, it is time to print. For the first print, I used the 20 mm calibration file and the short length of PLA included with the printer. The calibration was very close on my printer out of the box. The 20 x 20 x 20 mm calibration part measured 20.2 x 20.1 x 19.7 mm, roughly 2% error. I still need to verify repeatability and do the fine calibration on each axis, but I am pretty happy with it at this point.

Other reviewers have said that this is not a good first 3D printer, but I’m not sure I agree completely with this assessment.
If you are a detail oriented person and take your time, this could be a good first printer. I would recommend this printer.











Mike Q.

The printer came in a fairly large box that weight in the neighborhood of 30 lbs. I opened it and was pleasantly surprised in the way everything was packaged. Wow, TronXY went to a lot of trouble to keep everything separated and easy to find.
I laid everything out in their own groups, the beautifully painted frame, Z carriage pieces, gantry and hotend, power supplies, switches, a USB stick with a Micro SD card inserted, etc.
I found beautifully illustrated manual inside the box with step by step instructions, which I opened and got ready to assemble the frame. Everything is laid out in millimeters and, other than my calipers, all my measuring tools are in inches, so I had to do a lot of translating to inches to make sure I got the right pieces in the right place. When I tried to find the long parts of the frame I panicked because none of the 2020 or 2040 parts were anywhere near the length of the frame shown in the printed manual!
I finally plugged the USB drive into my laptop and opened the manual on there. FANTASTIC!! This manual had the right dimensions for MY machine. I have to believe the printed manual was for either the 400 X 400 or 500 X 500 models instead of my 330 X 330. In about an hour I was able to assemble the frame and put on the XY gantry and hotend. Be sure to slide the feet out as far as possible toward the end of the 2020 because you'll need the space to get the power supply and main board mounted when that step comes up.
XY motors were easy to figure out. Z wasn't too difficult but be aware that you will need to move the carriage to the top with the screws and snug it up, move it down a little and tighten it. If you don't do this, you'll wind up with the top bearing in the wrong place and the Z screw will be out of line, putting the Z carriage in a bind and adding extra work onto the Z motors, possibly even burning out a driver.
After mounting the heated bed, installing limit switches and wiring everything up, I was ready to try it out.
First thing I noticed was that the cable chain connection is very weak where it connects at the back. It kept coming loose and I finally had to print a support bracket for it on my other printer.
I started it and homed it, then ran the leveling routine. Wow, the machine does 16 points on the bed and does it quickly. I was worried that it did it so fast, so I ran it a second time and compared the numbers. Almost identical! NICE!!
Overall, I love this printer. I've added corner brackets for stiffness and I put OctoPrint on it but otherwise I've not changed it. I will print with it for a while and see how well it prints.


Carolyn A.

The frame is straight and tough enough. After the assembly, there are many parts about the stock. Of the minuses-bad bearings of rollers, on which the belt goes, rotate smoothly. The same bearings in the rollers on which the carriage rolls on the frame are excellent.



First it was nice to see a lot of the bits preassembled. The printer went together very quickly, a couple hours ( I have built these before ). The only assembly issue I had were the vertical linear rails and how they mount. The instruction say to place a spacer ( washer ) on the top of the rail, problem is it doesn't fit. After looking a bit, I realized the rail is supposed to slide into the hole in the Z-Axis stepper motor mount. Problem is the paint in the hole keeps that from working. I cleaned out the hole, now the bottom screw will pull the rod down so I could fit the washer, then, I loosened the screw on the bottom so I could tighten the top ( let the rail slide back up ), finish off by snugging down the bottom screw. Do not over tighten this because you will pull the rail down, bowing it. This will be apparent when you do the auto bed leveling.

That was long winded for the only assembly issue I had, hope it helps others.

operationally the printer works very well. I wish it had open firmware but whats there is not terrible. It can be changed but will take some work. From a stock perspective, it all works fine. I printed the sample cube/cylinder demo and saw no bad behavior in the print.

I did not use the included slicers, I use Simplify3D and it worked with no issues.

So ends up I will give this one to my grandkids and build the pro version to keep for myself.


A. Patel

Things to keep in mind, if you have never built a printer before, this kit is probably not for you.

I got the kit last Monday and it was packaged really well and neatly amongst styrofoam sheets. There is an instructions manual, and its pretty decent quality. It goes through your parts list, how to get started, along with color coding what is being used on the current step. It can get a bit busy as you're progressing through, so I would also recommend going to YT and watching the video TRONXY has on this printer.
A couple things come preassembled like the motors, the hot end, rollers, and control box for the X-Axis, Extruder, and Filament sensor. Power supply and control board are preassembled as well, so the electronics are essentially plug n play.

One of my idlers for the gantry came chipped (see 3rd picture) and I was able to reach out to TRONXY's support and they are sending me a new idler. However, this is not the only OC issue I've run into. The timing belts were twisted and would not tighten, so I did have to replace them. So far the movement on the X and Y axis has been pretty stable, with a few hiccups here and there.

Z-Axis has been a hassle, while both motors are running at the same time and thankfully at the same rate. When trying to home however, the Z axis keeps moving up and thus colliding with the hotend assembly, making a god awful sound and time for everyone involved. That said, this is likely more like Operator error than it is anything on the printer's part as this is my first CoreXY style printer build.

Update 11/13 —This was entirely operator error. I did not loosen the x carriage, which caused the belts to loosen which in turn caused the printer to be unable to accurately place the x assembly where it needed to be to move. Once it was properly adjusted, I was able to print the calibration model that came on the sd card and while I did have a couple of bottom layer issues, the rest of the model printer fine.

I would definitely recommend this printer to other intermediate hobbyists, but not to beginners. I've had several 3d printers now and feel comfortable enough to be able to build one of these and get it up and running in no time, even if I have to trouble shoot for a while. That said, the instructions manual does come with some basic trouble shooting help. If that doesn't solve your issue, you could always reach out to TRONXY's support team who are super friendly and will respond within 24 hrs, not including when they have holidays.


Michael Ebert

Amazing price for a Large core XY printer! Setup is straightforward if you’ve built an ender 3 or similar printer. The updated 24v printer addresses almost every complaint the 12v x5sa has, they really listened to their reviews. TONS of extra hardware, but still missing the wrench for M3 nuts

ABL is working great so far with Z offset adjusted

You may need to team/drill 8mm holes for paint leftover on the z rods , upgrade to metal z rod bearing over plastic would be nice

Precision hex drivers are a lifesaver with this many screws for assembly

Silicone extrusion covers are excellent for cable management, cut off 1 inch strips and put over cables in the aluminum extrusion slots



My first printer was an Anet A8 it took 5 hours to build. this Tronxy x5sa only took 2. it was easier to understand the instructions, quicker to build because it is partially assembled. after the bed leveling and setting the Z offset and adjusting the auto bed sensor it has been printing great with no issues. I changed the print surface to PEI because it was a bit difficult to remove prints off the stock print surface. I plan to change out the fan on the cpu because it is crazy loud. so far this is by far my favorite printer beating out my ender 3 for ease of use, especially bed leveling and print volume. I look forward to a very large print now that I've got it dialed in. as with any printer bed leveling and z offset is one of the most important parts of initial set up so take your time and be sure to do it right. I missed saving the z offset by touching the set z as 0 button and it dug into the bed surface so be careful to save the z offset.






The assemble time for me was about 8 hour it comes with decent instructions with picture but they also have a great YouTube video that I used to assemble the printer. I also like the removable metal print bed so far after 3 prints I have not need any glue or hair spray. With the bed only moving in z I'm able to get quality prints running at 60mm/s. The one down side I didn't expect was that you have to set the z offset every time you shut the printer off other than that it's as good as I expected. And the service provided by tronxy is excellent they are. Willing to help with any problems you have after purchase.





Peter M. Putnam

Awesome printer, although many of the components need to be assembled by myself, but with the installed video, my son and I assembled the video step by step, and our heart is full of accomplishments. After assembling, I tried to first printing and I printed a little dog with TPU filament. Very soft and my son love it.



My husband had this put together in a couple of days with help from the internet only. There were some issues but he got them all worked out and starting printing. It does beautiful work. And works great on the SD card only. He is very happy with this purchase.


Brian Reamer

Just got it up an going this thing is vary good out of the box



I need to let you know that I'm a newbie at this but I've done months of review on this printer. When I first got the printer I thought that the align was wrong but it was me. It only took about 30 mins to assemble. But for the wiring, if your new like me, you'll have to watch the video on where the wiring goes. You also have to switch the switch, which is on the back of the power supply, to 110 volts. But it does have 220. But once it was together, an bed was levelled, an I preheated, I was up an printing. You'll also haft to print at 60 to obtain a good quality print but this is stated in the guidelines with the printer. Once I switched the speed, which I did in the beginning, I was alright. The only bad thing I see so far is that it is a pain in the a## to get off the bed. Also, check your x an y belts to make sure that are properly moving. But overall, for the price an the quality an look of the printer, I'm very satisfied. It also comes preloaded with gcodes to instantly get you printing. An the touchscreen is very responsive. Sometimes you do have to press twice, but for the most part it does respond. An the heating process is very fast. For me to reach 200 on the bed, it only took about a min or two. This also includes the nozzle heat. The fan is low, but when you start to print it is noticeable but not to where it's beyond loud. It's still fairly quiet when printing. If you are a newbie like me an want a starter printer, you should definitely get this. An for the price, why wouldn't you.



It was totally totally genuine. I print a example off sd card. I was a success