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Discussion in '3D printers' started by mytechno3d, Sep 10, 2015.
Maximus Evolution : 380mm x 400mm XL 3D Printer
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Well done @mytechno3d You have done a great job on this Build. I love the way you utilize so many different transmissions on this build.
You have the lead screw driven Z axis and the the looped belt driven Y and the belt and pinion system on the X. Very cool
I hope your able to share the model and parts list.
Looking forward to seeing it in action!
Maybe something like these nema 17 plates could work on the Z and a 20x40 on the back side of the Z columns if they are needed to be connected.
Great build, been toying with same idea lately.
This is a beautiful printer from an aesthetic viewpoint. So clean and super sized at the same time. Awesome design/build.
I think the C Beams are making a lot of us reconsider build possibilities. I haven't ordered any yet, but I keep adding them to my orders - and then taking them off as the order total gets near the national debt.
The first print was made yestereday.
It is pretty good , and it will be better when i will add a fan to cool the printed parts and add a heated bed .
2 little videos are available on the project page. I hope to upload better and longer videos soon.
Great job, looks very professional too! Can you post the code for auto-level or post where you pulled it from?
The firmware is baesed on the last Malin Firmware .
I upload it here : http://mytechno3d.com/xenforo/index.php?resources/categories/software.1/
this is a very nice build are you going to post any dxf files or a parts list. i would like to see if i can afford to build this.
Looks good!! I noticed that you are using a capacitive Z Probe. Any issues with repeatability or false trips? I have been interested in adding Z Probing to my build. I also have a non-metallic build plate and so cannot use an Inductive sensor.
Nice job, cool design!
Very nice design! After I use my OB CBeam plate cutter to make plates for a larger build I may retro fit these ideas to convert it to a 3D printer. Please keep us updated! Thanks
I'm really inspired by your design that I decided to build mine based on your design.....
This is the machine I want to build for my first 3d printer. Would you please tell me the dimensions and type of Cbeam you've used for your build.
My biggest problem is this is the first one for myself so I really appreciate any and all help you might provide. As for electronics that will come later, right now I just need to know what to purchase to begin the build. If you would prefer to communicate via email my address is cruiser at msn dot com
That's cruisor at msn dot com
Can you please provide the complete BOM for this printer?
I want to build this printer and will like to know if anyone on the forum can help? I have the frame ready but I need help in figuring out the other parts.
If you would like to get some help you'll have to ask specific questions. Just to say you need help doesn't tell us in what area you need it.