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Yes, you can add a sheet of glass to virtually any 3D printer. But, having a heated bed is pretty essential to printing on glass. Although it is possible to use a glass bed on an unheated 3D printer, it isn't recommended to do that as you'll be running into issues with adhesion. Glass beds work best when you apply heat and an adhesive like glue stick, ...


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It would seem that the printer control board doesn't use a CH340 (see bottom of this answer) and therefore this answer should be ignored. CH340 and OS X incompatibility The reason your Mac might not see the printers could be down to the USB interface on the printer controller board. If it is implemented by a CH340 (which is probably is, in order to reduce ...


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