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Ultimaker Lasercut Drawings

by Martijn, published

Ultimaker Lasercut Drawings by Martijn May 15, 2011

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We started shipping the Ultimaker, parallel to that we publish the lasercut drawings.

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Are thes also for ultimaker 2 available

Hi,
any answer to this would be great. I have the same issue.

can i get all the if in one place like in your wiki that will be so nice

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3gfisch on Nov 26, 2013 said:

Are thes also for ultimaker 2 available

gkesava on Aug 1, 2013 said:

can i get all the if in one place like in your wiki that will be so nice

Edjarris on Mar 7, 2013 said:

I've been checking the official Ultimaker wiki documentation. The current revision of
the printer is 3. I download this file UM.eps but belong to rev.2. I could not
find the rev3 changelog. Are you planned to update this file? this file still
working? thanks!

Katoblepa on Aug 26, 2013 said:

Hi,
any answer to this would be great. I have the same issue.

rednuht on Oct 16, 2012 said:

The holes in the extruder wood parts seem to have 15mm dia holes in them, but the new kits use 6mm linear bearings, am I right? Are those 6x15mm bearings or have the holes been changed to 12mm, since 6x12mm bearings are more common?

Merrick on May 30, 2012 said:

Check out techpaladin printing. He has a lot of hardware.

xnaron on Apr 30, 2012 said:

how about posting this in dxf?

Anonymous on Dec 26, 2011 said:

someone can tell me about part precision

Iwould like to use in my drawing office

where we work for racing car

thank you

Anonymous on Dec 25, 2011 said:

I am very interested in Ultimaker, but have some questions about the lasercut drawings.

I notice the dimensions on the lasercut drawings are the final dimensions we want. As you know, we use the drawings to cut parts, the lasercut process may induce some inaccuracy. For instance, as for a 3mm diameter hole on the lasercut drawings, we will get the hole diameter a little larger than 3mm. So I wonder, is it necessory to modify or offset the dimensions on lasercut drawings in order to get more precise parts finally.

Anonymous on Aug 2, 2011 said:

FYI , the main hardware required is about 3 each 36 inch long 8mm rods, 2 LM8 linear bearings for the "flying head", 36 inches of 12mm linear rod and matching LM12 bearings, 10 each 20 tooth MXL 8mm bore pulleys and then 2 more 20 tooth MXL pulleys with 5mm bore for the motors. Any RAMPs version will work to run the bot.10 each 688rs bearings, at least 16 each 30mm M3s, and a ton of 16 and 12 mm, M3s.

I found it could have been my cut job but the shipping version of the Ultimaker uses 4 each 300MXL belts and 2 100MXL belts, but my but needed 295MXLs and 97MXLs for proper tension. SDP/SI in NYC has the pulleys and belts in the US. I would get the bearings and rods from VXB bearings.

Anonymous on Aug 2, 2011 said:

FYI , the main hardware requires is about 3 each 36 inch long 8mm rods, 2 LM8 linear bearings for the "flying head", 36 inches of 12mm linear rod and matching LM12 bearings, 10 each 20 tooth MXL 8mm bore pulleys and then 2 more 20 tooth MXL pulleys with 5mm bore for the motors. Any RAMPs version will work to run the bot.10 each 688rs bearings, at least 16 each 30mm M3s, and a ton of 16 and 12 mm, M3s.

I foudn it could have been my cut job bute the shipping version of the Ultimaker uses 4 each 300MXL belts and 2 100MXL belts, but my but needed 295MXLs and 97MXLs for proper tension. SDP/SI in NYC has the pulleys and belts in the US. I would get the bearings and rods from VXB.

rnakata808 on Jul 14, 2011 said:

It is almost 200 dollars to ship to Hawaii

yzorg on Jun 9, 2011 said:

awesome!

but i dont see a possibility to just order the electronics and steppers for the mashine i just see the complete kit in your shop.

Unknown on Aug 5, 2011 said:

The electronics is basically Reprap RAMPS, nothing that extrordinary. I posted the parts list for pulleys and belts. Basically, the info is out there to build one from locally sourced parts.

derwassi on May 27, 2011 said:

Nice!

I've an old diy cnc with electronics, so I'm trying to build it on my own (and because I don't have the money to buy it :-( ).

I'm cutting all the wooden parts with my scroll-saw and its working pretty well -- until now;-)

Can anyone tell me where I could buy the long linear bearings (Germany)? I can't find any suppliers for them...

Keep up the great work!

nikita on May 29, 2011 said:

Hi!

Do you know what linear bearing you need to buy? Do you know sizes? or part name?

nikita on May 23, 2011 said:

Hello!

Where is info about pulleys and belts used in ultimaker? It will be very usefull for building ultimaker.

chris on May 18, 2011 said:

Illustrator is one of the best way to convert the drawings, open the .eps and export as .dxf, then open and explode it a few times in Autocad

unfold on May 18, 2011 said:

Congrats Erik
&
amp; Co!

Disrespective on May 16, 2011 said:

Could this be uploaded as a dwg by any chance? I don't have a native eps viewer and Photoshop sucks at it. Sounds like it'll be a nice machine with plenty of competitive points going for it regardless.

jgreene777 on May 17, 2011 said:

AcrobatPro will open an EPS as long as the version it was saved to is not newer than your version of Acrobat. (There are a couple other caveats that have something to do with compression, but I use Acrobat for EPS and AI files on my PC at work. You can also "Insert
&
gt;Image From File" an EPS file into MS Office documents.

cyclone on May 16, 2011 said:

inkscape is free and reads and writes svg and dwg.

Martijn on May 16, 2011 said:

You are right, I can only export as PDF and SVG at this moment though.

Nils on May 16, 2011 said:

Martijn, how long does it take you to cut this for one printer, in birch?

Anonymous on May 16, 2011 said:

Approx. one hour

rhmorrison on May 16, 2011 said:

See Insane Speeds with PLA on Ultimaker on YouTube:

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

MarcusWolschon on May 16, 2011 said:

The build surface looks huge compared to the TOM and Cupcake.

Anonymous on May 16, 2011 said:

Are we going to get a BOM for the hardware?

Erik on May 17, 2011 said:

We've made many improvements in the last couple of months, so we'll have to revise the lists we used with part counts, etc. But here's my work in progress list starting with a box, then with packs, which should eventually drill down to the part level.

http://wiki.ultimaker.com/Ulti...

Anonymous on May 16, 2011 said:

Iiiiinteresting! How does it stack up against the MakerBots?

twotimes on May 16, 2011 said:

Much bigger build volume. Hot end can go like 10x faster.

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