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the frame is where I an concerned.
the small cast corner brackets is all you have keeping the printer square.
100mm is fast and when you get to...
100 mm is pretty fast. how big of a build plate are you thinking?
the 2 towers might not be stiff enough.
Hi guy's gal's, I'm sorry I haven't been around much lately...
My father in law broke his hip a couple of weeks ago, then he took a turn for the...
have you tried a primer tower?
I will keep my fingers crossed for you!
I will be watching for your progress!!!
link to video it's towards the end, I included it twice. Really nice running machine for sure!!!
Maverick I saw the answer this weekend at MRRF.
use a c-beam on the back for the z axis. I will post a like to a video as soon as I get it done.
Was nice meeting you today Eric, build was looking great when I was there guys/girls
ok lots to do....
video of the machine moving.
cut and paste your grbl settings.
what do you had your feed speeds set at?
from what you have...
yes he talks about that I think 1 video back.
Seems like this kind of design has a couple of problems.
First one is it's not very rigid...
it's not so much that different filaments are harder to print, just when you are starting out in the 3d printing world you have enough to learn no...
I also dive, and those lights are stupid expensive for what they are.
I have a few of these detectors and they use a waterproof plug for the...
If you just want to put it together and want the all in one kit, you have a few options
can buy any prusa style kit (the one you linked looked...
I'm going to try and make it!!!
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well this is different!!!
if it works or not it's good to see out of the box thinking.
you could use 1 motor to spin 3 or 4 towers, just use belts and pulleys between...
how are you trying to get it working?
are you sending g38.2 my set up v2.
hope that helps.
any ground on the board would work. could even use the ground coming from power supply.
Z-probe pin now accessible from screw terminal
I did it the old way, as I have v2
looks like there should be a screw terminal labeled z-probe......