Printrbot Laser Cut Build Platform By Beardface
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This is exactly the same Laser Cut Build Platform designed by Beardface for 8x8 inch heated bed (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:17717) but converted to PDF and rotated & centered to fit A3 paper in landscape if you want to print it and use as a template.
Beardface states that this is for Printrbot+ but I will be using it on my Printrbot original with wider spaced bases and an 8 inch heat bed (as seen on the earlier Printrbot build videos by Brook Drumm on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6swI8Mer_yw&list=PLDEB12F986EC83054 ).
To widen a Printrbot original to accomodate this build platform you will need to fit 4x threaded rods on the bases that are 305mm long and X-axis smooth rods that are 332mm long.
Full metric BOM for Printrbot original to suit this build platform is here:
You may also want to print a couple of feet to improve stability when using the larger build platform, something like
Suggested thickness and material for this thing is 6mm Beech Ply.
All credits to Beardface for the original design.
Converted from Beardface's original .dxf files to PDF using Inkscape and CutePDF writer.
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