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The Rostock BI V1.0 was once sold at Boots Industries in fully assembled and kit form.
Our popular version of the Rostock printer by Johann features a cable drive and several other key modifications/improvements.
Comes with everything you need to build your own or improve upon the design:
Don't hesitate to contact us if you want help with your build!
Printer Dimensions (LxWxH): 380 mm X 330 mm X 580 mm
Build Volume (cylindrical): 170 mm Diameter X 155 mm Height
Maximum Operating / Printing Speed: 200 mm/s
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Pictures are included with this release to show most of the fasteners required. Descriptive Sketchup models also show the configuration. Visit our website to read articles on how to string the towers and more.
1 x Arduino Mega 2560 V3
1 x RAMPS 1.4
4 x A4988 Motor Controller with Heat Sink
3 x Mechanical Endstop Switches
2 x EPCOS Thermistors
3 x High Output Cooling Fan
1 x 3D Printer Wire kit tinned leads including:
5 x 2 Pin Thermistor / Cooling Fan Cables (1 meter long)
8 x 3 Pin Endstop Switches Cables (1 meter long)
7 x 4 Pin Nema 17 Motor Cables
1 x 12V DC 29A 348W Regulated Power Supply
4 x High Torque NEMA 17 Motor (12 V? 1.7 A)
1 x MK2A Heatbed (214 mm x 214 mm)
1 x J-Head Hotend 0.4 mm Nozzle / 1.75 mm Filament
6 x LM8UU Linear Ball Bearing
1 x 5 mm Brass Filament Drive Gear
7 x Single-Row 608ZZ Bearing
1 x Rostock BI V1.0 Fasteners Pack
1 x Flat Plug Power Socket Outlet with Switch
1 x 6 ft Power Cable (3 Prong)
1 x 6 ft USB 2.0 Cable
1/2 4mm OD / 2mm ID Teflon Tubing
6 x 8 mm or 5/16 Rods for the delta towers
Either wood or a material of your choice
No Stretch Spectra Line
To level the print bed
Rostock BI V1.0 3D Printer by Boots_Industries is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
So what's this mean?
We're sure Boots_Industries would love to see what you've printed - take a photo and share it on Thingiverse as a Make.
To post a Make simply visit this Thing again and click I Made One to start uploading your photo. You can also download the Thingiverse Mobile app (available via Google Play and Apple App Store) to take a photo and upload your Make right from the app!