A huge shout out to DDeGonge888 for this design and I can't wait to see how the Eclips3D turns out.
The photos go through most of the process with the 3D parts. I printed the printer twice, once with my old twoup and once with the 3up to have nicer parts. I still haven't fully reprinted everything. I purchased a mk2 heated bed and used a 1/4" piece of MDF board to mount it to for insulation and support and am printing on borosilicate glass (if you are not printing with a heated bed you should stop everything you are doing and get one NOW). However, if you use a heated bed with the red geeetech printrboard make sure to use a high amp relay and bang-bang control, don't direct power the heated bed from the board.
This has been an awesome project and while it doesn't print as good as what I could probably get which how much I have put into it, I have learned so much between this and the twoup that I am fine with that. I you are a person that wants to know every detail about 3d printing, you can get a cheap very good printer through the method of purchasing a twoup, upgrading it, and then upgrading to the 3UP, but realize that it will take months to do and will be filled with days of frustration combined with days of triumph.
I sourced all of the parts myself and thus made it a slightly harder process. I purchased 8' lengths of 80-20 and cut them to size and ordered angle brackets on ebay that were slightly different and thus had to redesign every part that meshed with the angle brackets (I will not be releasing my redesigned parts as I do not recommend doing it this way as I probably only saved around $20 and it made the whole process a lot harder).