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Fabrap 3.0

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Fabrap 3.0 by fabrice974 Jan 26, 2015

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my new reprap

printing size : 200mm x 200 mm x 200mm

every file on my website (soon)
http://fabrap-3d-printers.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICX_giMjDdI

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every stl file will be on my website !
http://fabrap-3d-printers.com/forum/

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update 3.1 available !

i will make an update soon : 3.1

fixed hotend
z switch on wooden structure
mechanical adjusting for X and Y angle
wooden base smaller

great
will love to see your mod big-E

Jan 26, 2015 - Modified Jan 26, 2015

Nice design,
I'm still working on my rack and pinion variant of the 1.0 version, it's almost done. I'll be sure to post up the files for everyone as soon as it's done, probably by next month sometime. it's coming along nicely. Mechanically it's complete.

My build features:
1.75mm hexagon all metal hotend (still deciding on which bowden drive to use) so I reworked the hot-end holder. Rack and pinion drive on the x and y axis, so there was some modification of the associated parts to make it work. Additional bracing for the Z-axis rods using aluminum square tubing and two printed parts. Everything printed in PLA, except for the hotend holder, which I opted to print in ABS for temperature stability.

Once I post everything up as a derivative, I'll send you the link right away Fabrice.

Good job ! really liked it.

I would like to make this one!!!
I have been looking at your site but do not find the stl-files.
I also would like to know what to buy mechanical and electrical. Or can I order these things to you.
I am verry new in 3d-printing, so it would be nice if I could order everyting, mechanical and electronical parts at your place.
regarts,
Marcel

Jan 26, 2015 - Modified Jan 26, 2015
fabrice974 - in reply to marcel132

hi marcel
you need to subscribe to see stl file;
open a post on my forum about your build;
i will help you to build one, no problem

you will also find all links to buy mechanical and electrical stuff directly to save money!

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