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Eventorbot BluePrint SketchUp

by nanonid, published

Eventorbot BluePrint SketchUp by nanonid Aug 23, 2012

Description

Tracking the original Eventor SketchUp model, but names components and tracks them as individual models.

I will shrink or rearrange models to print on a Mosaic M1 platform and produce cleaned STLs as I go.

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is there someone or a company that sells all the printable platic parts?
Good points and approaches. There are many ways to make the rigid U structure which is the heart of his design. JBWeld the joints. ;)

The BOM and guide for the first Eventorbot will be helpful for determining the best deltas to design and thus instructions/BOM.

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Instructions

1) Download SketchUp model(s) 2) Make more SketchUp friendly 3) Enjoy!

I will have to shrink and rearrange some models for my Mosaic M1 and produce netfabb cleaned STL as I go. The edited files will be renamed with a _100mm suffix to denote fitting on a 100mmx100mm build platform.

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is there someone or a company that sells all the printable platic parts?
The size of the three openings doesn't appear to be critical.

The control panel covers the edges of its hole and so doesn't need to be perfect.

The slots for the X and Z should still work fine if they aren't perfectly straight and square as long as the hole is wide enough for the arm to pass through and stops short of the rod mountings at either end. It wouldn't be hard to add some edge covers for these as well to hide any imperfections.

There also looks to be space to use nuts instead of threaded holes but tapping holes isn't hard and can be done using cheap hand tools.

The welding could be replaced by cutting a couple of brackets to bolt the corners.
Good points and approaches. There are many ways to make the rigid U structure which is the heart of his design. JBWeld the joints. ;)

The BOM and guide for the first Eventorbot will be helpful for determining the best deltas to design and thus instructions/BOM.
The plastic parts on the blue prints should be the exact size to my STL files. Just had to re do it to make it STL compatible.
Just uploaded the schematic for the metal frame (file 2).

thingiverse.com/thing:28915
Eventorbot! Open source 3D printer.
wow. without experience and access to a plasma cutter, MIG welder, and tap dies, it would be difficult to make this. I think that seriously raises the barrier for most people.
Printing foot with 20% honeycomb infill and still pulls from juiced mirror. so really stick it.
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