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Printrbot Plus

by abdrumm, published

Printrbot Plus by abdrumm Sep 27, 2012

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This is the Printrbot Plus laser cut files. It is for an 8x8x8 inch build volume.

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Brook Drumm

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the width of my wood build platform seems to be a pinch less than 9 and 5/8"

PB MASTER-09-26-12.dxf in archive size null bite! Update file in archive...

BOM is on the shop website under guides.
Brook: Are you going to post the V2 upgrades?

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Instructions

printrbot.com has a new version 2 of the Plus.

Instructions for the new Plus V2 are here:
help.printrbot.com/Guide/Installing+--Printrbot+Kits+Plus+v2/45/1

Old version instructions for the printer in this photo / files here:
help.printrbot.com/Guide/Printrbot+Plus/24/1

It is cut from 1/4" birch plywood.

Enjoy.
Brook Drumm

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bai32 on Jul 4, 2013 said:

PB MASTER-09-26-12.dxf in archive size null bite! Update file in archive...

Nimikins on Jun 30, 2013 said:

BOM is on the shop website under guides.
Brook: Are you going to post the V2 upgrades?

TeslaSolari on May 23, 2013 said:

Is there a link for the Bill of Materials for this printer anywhere ?

aeywhy on Mar 18, 2013 said:

I tried opening this file in AutoCad and it returned this error

.....Printrbot_Plus\PB MASTER-09-26-12.dxf is not valid DXF file

Invalid or incomplete DXF input -- drawing discarded.

3DSheffield on Jan 31, 2013 said:

Imported the .SVG files into Corel draw and exported them as .DXF (in mm ie metric) They seem to work OK I have done a few test cuts in card. I would really like to check the calibration of the machine though. Can anybody give me the exact length of ie the 202 side piece please? ( or any dimension for any major part)

puzzler300 on Jul 16, 2013 said:

the width of my wood build platform seems to be a pinch less than 9 and 5/8"

3DSheffield on Jan 30, 2013 said:

Really like the idea of lasercutting (have access to a 70 watt laser) as opposed to buying printed components but I am having real problems with the units of the files posted. I am from the UK and don't really have access to decent CAD software. Everything we have works in metric and I am struggling to convert these files from imperial. Can anyone help?

stmaus on Jan 23, 2013 said:

It looks like the Z rods are beefed-up to 10mm. Am I right?

jmaggi3 on Jan 2, 2013 said:

can this be cut out on 1/8 alum? and work ok?

drandolph on Dec 19, 2012 said:

I found the BOM for this but I can't find and of the plastic parts files for this. Does anyone have links for them? http://printrbot.com/wp-conten...

martinbogo on Dec 27, 2012 said:

This model uses nearly all-wood parts. You will need to print out the toothed belt pulley, and if you're going to be using the UBIS head, you'll need the herringbone gears.

See abdrumm's original "printrbot" for those parts.

moltenplastic on Oct 28, 2012 said:

The DXF seems to have missing lines, especially on the little parts kit (the part with the shims)

rickyb_667 on Nov 16, 2012 said:

Did you manage to repair those lines by yourself to a working state, or they need to repaired/updated by the creator?

nick40f1 on Oct 2, 2012 said:

Can you post this as a PDF too please? 

martinbogo on Dec 27, 2012 said:

BING -- done. AI, PDF, and SVG files as a derivative.

-M

Lab3dPrint on Nov 7, 2012 said:

and CorelDRAW please

Fruktodlaren on Sep 30, 2012 said:

Thank you for releasing this. I have waited patiently for this for quite some time now. It feels great to be able to step up in size from LC to a LC Plus, finally. As I recall the LC used 5.5mm material. Does the LC Plus use 6mm plywood same as the LC extruder?
EDIT: Could you post a picture of the new laser cut y bar ends and belt clips on an assembled Prinrbot?
As I understand, I need to engrave away material on both halves of the y bar end so the bolt comming down through the printbed can pass freely. Maybe it's just the regular Printrbot LC that has to have an y bar end with a mount for the end stop poking screw. I didn't see one like that in this dxf for the plus.

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