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      After studying other cantilever designs I came up with a more rigid framing design for a cantilever type printer. The X & Z AXIS framing should be rigid enough to support using a full size build bed (8"x 8") and a direct drive extruder without vibration or leveling problems.

      The purpose of posting this design is to reveal the framing concept, not a full printer design. Builders are invited to use the framing design and their own favorite extruders, build beds, PSUs, and controller boards

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      The images included in the attached files tab are merely a sample of how components could be added to the framing design for a complete full sized printer.
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        I suffered a stroke 2 years ago. Following 2 years of advanced rehab therapy I am still fully and permanently paralyzed with left arm and hand. and still partially paralyzed with left leg and foot. As a result, my days of building 3D printers are over. If anyone wants to build a printer off this framing design and and market said printer under their own name, do so with my profound blessing. I have enjoyed the camaraderie and inventiveness of this forum since it's very beginning, and bid you all a heartfelt goodbye and good luck.
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