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Prusa i3 200x200 Build Tray

by Joe_Murphy, published

Prusa i3 200x200 Build Tray by Joe_Murphy Mar 14, 2013

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Print Prusa i3 in one 200x200mm tray. Missing Extruder.

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Every time I try to slice these repetier crashes. I also tried just doing it in slicer no luck. Any recommendations?

I'm trying to find the scad of these x-ends. Do you know where I could find them? I would like to get it going for the 3mm bearings as oppsed to the 8.

Five of the parts are not at z=0!

To fix:
- Open the Slic3r GUI
- Load the stl file into the Plater
- Click 'Split'
- Click 'Autoarrange'
- Everything is now at Z=0. Export the stl or gcode file.

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jdbrown87 on Apr 14, 2014 said:

Every time I try to slice these repetier crashes. I also tried just doing it in slicer no luck. Any recommendations?

fmalpartida on Aug 4, 2013 said:

I'm trying to find the scad of these x-ends. Do you know where I could find them? I would like to get it going for the 3mm bearings as oppsed to the 8.

GearNut on Apr 10, 2013 said:

Five of the parts are not at z=0!

To fix:
- Open the Slic3r GUI
- Load the stl file into the Plater
- Click 'Split'
- Click 'Autoarrange'
- Everything is now at Z=0. Export the stl or gcode file.

thinkyhead on Apr 7, 2013 said:

"Box frame" parts, not "single plate"…

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