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Discussion in 'Show and Tell' started by Mike Kelly, Jan 27, 2014.
That's pretty cool for a single nozzle.
Working on a project for Jason
I'm apparently bad with scale.
and/or need to remember to do it
Hey it looks close
If you scroll this pics up and down, it looks like the gears are turning...
oh look.. a butterfly...
same lol what can you do
Ah man that is funny.
Thought, open in SW, create an assembly and scale from there to get them to match to your board.
It was about .75" I usually use netfabb to scale and save but I didn't think of it this time around. Lesson learned, remember your scale
Please how did you attach the printinz plate to the bed? Glue? clips? I just ordered a Robo 3D and printinz plate, soon to arrive. Thanks.
I'm beta testing for him.
I suggest you use binder clips
Please confirm that the binder clips won't snag on or be snagged by any part of the printer during printing. I'm concerned about the clearance between the side of the bed and the rest of the printer when binder clips are attached.
Depends on the size if your binder clips. You have 15mm for clips on each side.
254mm plate, 220mm build volume
Thank you sir!
Your printer is looking good.
I see you have printed upgraded parts for x,y, and z. Do you have any of those available for down load?
David, The Z idlers are custom for my delrin nuts, they wouldn't work on any other part. I've uploaded the X and Y stuff to thingiverse:
Several hours and a whole bunch of soldering and crimping later it's finally wired up. Another step on the path to quicker hot end swaps.
Nice set-up. It's great how much help you've been to so many people here. Your smart and a good person too. Thanks from all of us.
I think I'm getting the hang of this .25mm nozzle. Gotta go slow