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Discussion in '3D printers' started by soup3y, Mar 1, 2016.

  1. soup3y

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    soup3y published a new build:

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    Looking forward to more details. Just wondering if using lead screws for X and Y is a good idea. Most commercial printers seem to use belts for X and Y, and lead screws for Z
     
  3. soup3y

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    Sorry that was meant to just say belts on X and Y axis but I will keep this updated. I will fix it as well, but yeah lead screws on X and Y would be way too slow for a printer good for a mill but not a printer.
     
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