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Parametric Printrbot Parts CAD STEP IGES

by djmad, published

Parametric Printrbot Parts CAD STEP IGES by djmad Oct 3, 2012

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thx brook for sharing your drawings

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in that case its easier for you to get the original 2d files from brook drum and extrude them with google sketchup, because for this transfer you need a konstruction solution like solidedge solidworks autodeskinventor,....
something 5k$+ normaly
May I ask how to transfer them into .stl files to print?
i use no wood, will go 5mm niro-steel

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Parametric Printrbot Parts CAD STEP IGES by djmad is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Instructions

I made some Parametric files from brooks parts
to use in crafting systems like solid edge or solid works,...

Files in asm/par or stp
May I ask how to transfer them into .stl files to print?
in that case its easier for you to get the original 2d files from brook drum and extrude them with google sketchup, because for this transfer you need a konstruction solution like solidedge solidworks autodeskinventor,....
something 5k$+ normaly
what type of wood do you use?? just Normal plywood 1/4 Inch?
djmad - in reply to jjhcs1
i use no wood, will go 5mm niro-steel
next project LC Plus convertig :-)
can you tell me what software i can view these files. are there any free software to reach change values and export dxf for lasercut
stpviewer.com/

or the already converted files
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23602
there is no need to convert to dxf, because brook drum (you see in the derivats dad) already has published the dxf files, so just go to thing
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23602
i did this drawings, because for further development or changes its nice to have a 3d modell

stpviewer.com/ for the step files, nothing aviable for the SE4 files i know
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