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3d Printer and the Cbeam

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by Lee Whiteley, May 11, 2018.

  1. Lee Whiteley

    Lee Whiteley Well-Known
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    I've become interested in either building or buying an inexpensive 3d printer.

    Would the Cbeam machine be a good start to building one?

    For an inexpensive machine capable of making parts to build a machine what would you folks recommend?

    Thanks,

    Lee
     
  2. Awestruck

    Awestruck Journeyman
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    Hi Lee -

    I've been researching 3D Printers, delta style, for a week or so now. The Tevo Little Monster machine uses the C-Beam. It looks like there are a couple builds in the "Builds" section as well that use the C-Beam. Others use the V-slot 20x60 rail. The C-Beam may add rigidity to a design, I like the idea, it also adds cost and weight. Personally, I've not decided on which rail I'll use yet.
     

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