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The Kühling&Kühling RepRap Industrial 3D printer

by jonaskuehling, published

The Kühling&Kühling RepRap Industrial 3D printer by jonaskuehling Mar 8, 2013

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__Available for pre-order now!__
kuehlingkuehling.de/shop/kuehlingkuehling-reprap-industrial-3d-printer-kit/

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This is version 1.0-dev of our brand new Kühling&Kühling RepRap Industrial 3D printer, featuring a heated build chamber, water cooled dual hotends/extruder steppers and a whole bunch of additional enhancements.

For a detailed list of features and upcoming developments follow
kuehlingkuehling.de

The Kühling&Kühling RepRap Industrial 3D printer (time lapse): youtu.be/047XgdlgHuA
Demo of tool-free belt tensioning system: youtu.be/cJbckSRpKVA
Demo of 10" touchscreen controller for RepRap based on the RasPi: youtu.be/Ykkx5jyixxQ
One print from start to finish: youtu.be/E_tIczbkG4U
Semi-automatic print bed leveling! youtu.be/8hDSFuC7HkQ

This thing is still marked as a work in progress, so we currently don't provide STLs yet. What you get, though, are the latest OpenSCAD source files. Main development wil be tracked on GitHub via github.com/kuehlingkuehling/RepRap-Industrial-200

There will be all STLs available as we hit final version 1.0, currently we'd still like to make some minor modifications waiting on our road map first.

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Pretty awesome printer man =)
Makes me wanna build one after my kossel mini is done.
Is it doable with the files provided?

What material are you using for "printing surface" instead of the commonly used glass?

can you print nylon with this printer?

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oddname on Nov 13, 2013 said:

Pretty awesome printer man =)
Makes me wanna build one after my kossel mini is done.
Is it doable with the files provided?

mirox3m on Jul 12, 2013 said:

What material are you using for "printing surface" instead of the commonly used glass?

rufux on Jun 22, 2013 said:

can you print nylon with this printer?

FreeRider on Mar 9, 2013 said:

Very industrial looking design, I'll be following your progress closely. Great work on the build!

RoboKaren on Mar 9, 2013 said:

Absolutely gorgeous!

SystemsGuy on Mar 9, 2013 said:

Cool printer - Hope Stratasys doesn't come asking for royalties.

Wired1 on Mar 9, 2013 said:

Interesting reassignment of the fixed and moving axes. I guess the bed starts up high then drops as it prints? What size is the build envelope?

jonaskuehling on Mar 9, 2013 said:

You're right, extruder moves in x- and y-direction and bed elevates up/down in z-direction. The build size will be 200x200x200mm.

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