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YA3DP - Yet another 3D Printer

by Berserker, published

YA3DP - Yet another 3D Printer by Berserker Dec 15, 2012

Description

Oh no, not again another 3D printer on https://www.youmagine.com/designs/ya3dp-yet-another-3d-printer

OR JUST

A helpful placeholder to show people that you've moved all of your designs to YOUMAGINE because of Thingiverse/Makerbot's ludicrous attempt at patenting for themselves designs which were created by people within their community:

http://traverseda.wordpress.com/2014/05/23/makerbot-blatently-steals-and-patents-a-community-design/

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Hi "uberstupidmove",

as stated above

"I'll probably never make this thing, but it's a pleasure to draw it anyway", but I did print the sliders and some of the connecting parts.

When I'm going to make one, it will probably be a smaller version because of the space
I'm not sure yet if I'll use a belt or a thread and drive nut for the X and Y axes.

as I found out, working with sketchup (or an other drawing program) works very good when you're drawing your thing together with the components for your thing.
 
Interesting design. Have you made one yet?

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Instructions

a sketchup drawing of another 3D printer using makerbeam.

I'll probably never make this thing, but it's a pleasure to draw it anyway.

Lots of new connecting parts, everything is in the zip, have fun with it.

OR JUST

1) Fill up with rage
2) Move your designs off of Thingiverse
3) Replace them with this file.
4) If you feel like helping invalidate their patents, go to: http://meta.patents.stackexchange.com/questions/105/i-want-to-make-a-difference-how-can-i-submit-prior-art-to-the-patent-office

Interesting design. Have you made one yet?
Hi "uberstupidmove",

as stated above

"I'll probably never make this thing, but it's a pleasure to draw it anyway", but I did print the sliders and some of the connecting parts.

When I'm going to make one, it will probably be a smaller version because of the space
I'm not sure yet if I'll use a belt or a thread and drive nut for the X and Y axes.

as I found out, working with sketchup (or an other drawing program) works very good when you're drawing your thing together with the components for your thing.
 
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