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A Frankenstien bot....
But basics a replicator meets Printrbots fall in love and use a android pad as controls.
This achieves a cheap build. For a big printer.
The workspace is 4522,530 cm That is HUGE !!!!
I use a single extruder, Note IT Needs 2 heat 22*22cm beds :-)
Use 2 long flange barrings on the z axes and 1 flange nut.
XY setup are simular to makerbots replicator1
Due to the closed top section my baked hotend (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24437) needs a swan neck inked tube.
This is hard to make, but are possible. Ill upload the new improved hotend later,
The picture are of the acrylic version. There are 2 dwg files 1 acrylic 6mm and 1 2mm metal version. The metalversion are welded together like the latest ver. of the PIP. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:21371 witch I need to update.
NOTE: There will be A lot of changes so look for highest ver no.
To control this printer you need a android with min 1ghz pluged into the printrboard with USB TO GO UTG cable. Futher discription of the apk and description http://makemendel.com/android
I use a 7" in the previous test. It workes fine.
13 feb. put together. z akses electronic interface light all seams perfect. New photo uploaded. Old deleted.
3 marts Metal version for makerbot replicator mighty board made. Worked after a lot of problems. Z axes altered to m8 twisted instead of acme since it was to short. It might show op on http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/convergence/ you never know :-) The metal vision is with dual extruders mighty board and all the bells and Wisle. Incl modified dores inspired by th unofficial xl replicator. NOTE : theres a error on the super printer alu drawing. Top and botom has a 8mm error that need fixing !!! Now you know.
22 marts new rev 3 replacing rev 2. now with mount for mini atx power supply and printer board mount.
Bot3Droid by sellemann is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.
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