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V-Baby CoreXY - DIY 3d Printer

Discussion in '3D printers' started by Roy Berntsen, Jun 10, 2019.

  1. Roy Berntsen

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    Roy Berntsen published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
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    Update on the V-Baby project
     
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    @Roy Berntsen the latest version is looking (and working) amazing! Great job on this very cool 3D printer design. Thank you for sharing :thumbsup:
     
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    Thank you Mark! I am happy to share - this is an awesome project I think most can manage to build
     
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    It looks like a fun build and yep if you are using one of those skr boards they apparently ship with jumpers populating many of the pins relating to motion and voltages. When i saw them release so cheap at 20$ i ordered one and it reminded me of a lego kit. Considered to use a Duet and Reprap?
     
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    I like the Lego kit - It is easy for most people to set up properly. I have duet/reprap on my V-King printers but I like the marlin setup as a stock BOM for this project. Duet is a nice option
     
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    SUCCESS in the Beta stage - The V-Baby is now released!

    This is a fresh design with high quality - Design Engineered by Roy Berntsen M.Sc
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    New build vlog uploaded! Part 2 - Base frame step 2
     
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    Can this printer reach to print 0.05 layers? With a thin nozzle?
     
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    I have done 0.05 oh with a 0.4 nozzle so I assume so
     
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    I was thinking in 0,2 mm nozzle, time ago, i have read that layer height recomendation are betewn 25% - 75% of nozzle diameter... if this is true the limit for a 0,4 nozzle are 0,1-0,3 mm layer height
     
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    What is the build volume of the printer? i want to turn an old printer that didnt work well into one like this that will
     

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