X3D XS COREXY Printer
by Unix, published
Article in 3DPrint.com http://3dprint.com/52690/x3d-xs-corexy-3d-printer/
Working area - 190(X) 185(Y) 140(Z) mm
Kinematics - CoreXY (firmware Repetier or Marlin)
Electronics - any, i have Rumba 3D Board
LCD - Full Graphics
Motors - Nema 17 0,5Nm
Belt - GT2 ( ~5m)
Gear for motors - GT2 20T - 2 pcs
Bearings - 623 (3x10x4) - 20 pcs
Linear ball barings - LM8UU - 12 pcs
Linear shaft fi 8mm - 2m
Endstops - mechanical
Power supply - XBOX 12V, 16.5A
Heat bed - PCB MK2B
Extruder - MK7 drive gear - 1 pcs
Box - plywood 10mm
Screws M3, washers M3, etc.
PDF's please open from local hard disc at Acrobat reader - this is 3D pdf.
The models must be turned in the right way. Some of the models to be printed with supports.
The printer of the photos was made from PLA.
In Cura :
- infill : 30%
- speed 40mm/s
- 1 perimeters
- extrusion width 0.5
- support :
angle for support 70 deg.
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