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BiB ONE - 3D printer

by u-design, published

BiB ONE - 3D printer by u-design Apr 11, 2012

Description

New, really stable printer from U-Design
Working area up to 300x300x300
BiB = Bigger is Better :)
Nema23 Motors (high torque on XY axis)
LM12UU Linear Bearings
M10 & M12 Threaded rods (very stable frame)

Highly recomended YRUDS extruder and new X-Carriage
thingiverse.com/thing:38874

or direct 1.75 extruder
thingiverse.com/thing:124544?save=success

Better Z axis - just print flex-joints
thingiverse.com/thing:34251

M10 to M8 (nuts) reduction for Z axis
thingiverse.com/thing:124695

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Where can the build manual be found please?
The link to mojreprap.pl/pliki/instrukcja_BiBONE.rar doesn't work anymore
Is bigger (working area 300x300x300), more stable. Nema23 motors = more holding torque with same price like Nema17 steppers
How does this compare to a mendelmax? It looks like a scaled prusa frame with leadscrew brackets.

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Instructions

Frame build - visual instruction
mojreprap.pl/pliki/instrukcja_BiBONE.rar

Upper Z holder designed for 6000 RS ball-bearing
All linar rods - 12mm
All linear bearings - LM12UU
4x 608ZZ bearings
2x Nema 23 motors (YX axis)
3x Nema 17 motors (Z and extruder)
X-Carriage is designed for YRUDS extruder - ready for two heads !!

Fresh STL's always on our board --> mojreprap.pl/board/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=95

At now only photo-instruction
mojreprap.pl/board/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=288


Videos:

youtube.com/watch?v=FpjraS-AW_0&feature=plcp
youtube.com/watch?v=IO-CvadXPWw&feature=plcp
Where can the build manual be found please?
The link to mojreprap.pl/pliki/instrukcja_BiBONE.rar doesn't work anymore
Is bigger (working area 300x300x300), more stable. Nema23 motors = more holding torque with same price like Nema17 steppers
How does this compare to a mendelmax? It looks like a scaled prusa frame with leadscrew brackets.
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