3D-Printable Laser Cutter
by peter_, published
The printed parts represent about 10 hours of total printing time on a Makerbot or Reprap, and have been designed with the hope that they would be of general utility to anyone printing out a large CNC system -- not just a laser cutter. These include parts such as NEMA17 motor holders that mount onto t-slot, idler brackets, pillow block bushing mounts for motors, idlers, and shafts, and so on.
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Hows does this compare to parts being made out of metal? I have a rep2 and print PLA so would I want to print at 100% in fill? Do the platsic parts flex and not keep accuracy that metal ones would?
People looking at this should consider looking into the LAOS project aswell seeing that they've created a massively inexpensive lasercontroller complete with stepper drivers like we reprapers known as pololu/stepsticks. So the work chain is Inkscape->Visicut->Lasercutter
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