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Rob's D-Bot Build

Discussion in '3D printers' started by Rob Altenburg, Mar 31, 2017.

  1. Rob Altenburg

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    Rob Altenburg published a new build:

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  2. Alaa Younis

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    Hi..
    Great . It look nice. I will start assemble mine next week. To be 300x300
    Regards.
     
  3. Fellipe

    Fellipe New
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    Great job dude.

    Just one little question about the aluminiun spacers, do you have a link of where purchase this spacers 6mm, do you had tried to use somes more largers like 7/8mm it will give more space about plastic parts.

    Regards,
    Fellipe
     
  4. Peter Van Der Walt

    Peter Van Der Walt OpenBuilds Team
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  5. Troy Proffitt

    Troy Proffitt Well-Known
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    Hey Rob, I built a D-bot about 5 years ago and have modified it heavily since then. If you have any questions or want some inspiration on how to upgrade it, please give me a yell. Here is my thread on a lot of my changes: Double D-Bot 400mm x 400mm x 600mm

    Currently, I'm working on replacing the parts cooler fans with an external source powered by a CPAP centrifugal fan (very powerful) and uses a hose that attaches to the print carriage:

    CPAP1.png CPAP1.png
     

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