P3steel - toolson edition
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In my opinion Irobri’s P3steel frame is probably the best i3 frame available.
But the printed parts didn’t meet my requirements. Most of the existing designs are not well thought out .
More than 1 year ago I bought a P3steel kit from a spanish supplier.
After hundreds hours of printing i changed nearly every part.
Some weeks ago I decided to design a completly new P3steel.
I designed nearly every part from scratch based on my long time experience with my first P3steel and all the developments I did in the mean time.
So here is a complete set of parts for a nearly perfect P3steel.
You will find BOM, screw list and more pictures and information on my blog:
I created a "thing" for every part during the development.
Here you will find all of the parts and more detailed descriptions:
Updates/Upgrades (click on the links):
- 10.12.2015 - fanduct V3: http://scheuten.me/?p=607
- 12.12.2015 - Z-axis top bearing mount is now improved version 2 http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1044542
- 03.01.2015 - RAMPS offset mount is now v1.2
- 03.01.2015 - rework adapter is now v2.0
- 03.01.2015 - LM8UU bearing clamps added
- 11.02.2016 - Z-endstop triggers are now MK2
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