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Discussion in '3D printers' started by thinman, Nov 29, 2018.
A 250x250 mm Delta Printer utilizing a Duet Wifi controller and a Titan Aero direct drive extruder.
thinman published a new build:
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I like your design & downloaded a sketchup version of your file to take a look at.
Can i see print quality??
I'm currently traveling and won't get back to my printer for a few weeks. I'll post some pictures when I can.
I really like your design ideas, I want to use 40x40 and up to 1500mm.
Can we have the DWG's and STL's.
And might you be interested in cutting some CNC parts?
@Saqib Syed Sakaa
As requested, I've added some pictures of my test prints in the files section. I'm happy with the print quality but still need to tune some slicer variables.
Thanks. This link [ Delta250 ] will provide a fully interactive 3D view of the design. You can also download the whole design or individual components in various file formats.
Unfortunately I'm not interested in providing production parts. I just don't have the proper equipment or the time. I will try to answer any other questions you may have.
Regardless of any other considerations, your design is a thing of beauty - well done. I think this may be our next printer - thank you for sharing it!
Thanks for the great compliment. Much appreciated.
Hi, I'm planning to build your printer. I don't know how to get the parts. I have downloaded various formats from autodesk page, when I open it on various software I get everything as single object. How to split them to study every single part?
I'm glad you're interested in my design. Unfortunately, you haven't given any details about the software you are using so I can't offer any suggestions. Also, I have very little experience with other CAD programs. The simplest method is to sign up with Autodesk as a hobbyist and use Fusion 360. It's free. The Fusion 360 archive contains all the details on all the parts. The Bill of Materials also contains significant detail about the various parts.
Hi, I did'nt know I could use Fusion 360 for free.... I have installed and I have opened the archive.
Thank you for your help.