Rostock plywood SCAD dxf for laser cutting
by RustyPaint, published
Images shown still have the protective paper on them.
l-brackets are from here:
Marking this work in progress until it is fully built.
It is up and running (no longer in progress). Ended up using particle board for the side pieces for extra stability from added weight. The acrylic was too flimsy.
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350mm/s with 20 tooth pulleys, this is close to my upper limit before I start getting skipping. Another thing to check is you current limiters on your stepper controllers (the trim pots). There is a bit of a black art to getting them adjusted correctly. Too much and things get to hot and you get skipping, too little and your torque goes down and you get skipping. If you are getting skipping where the head does not line up with the next layer, that can be your issue. Also, stutter can be from your serial link. Try loading the gcode on a sd card and run the printer from there. If you look at the gcodes for Marlin, there are instructions on how to do that.
thanks for getting back to me. I'm running at 45mm/s with 150mm/s travel. I'm using 40 tooth pulleys, what speeds are you running?
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scad is documented if you need to adjust for different electronics ect.
Same scad file is used to create the top and base. A switch is used at the top of the file to indicate type.
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