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SEEMECNC H1 UPGRADES

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SEEMECNC H1 UPGRADES by lalalandrus Feb 14, 2016
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Thanks for posting this! -- I was an original backer too, and the printer is indeed a tank! -- Mine has turned into a repstrap of sorts because some of the original injection molded parts are so annoying to print. -- I'm currently looking at reprinting some of the extruder / hot-end stuff, and converting my belts to GT2 / metal gears (my belts are starting to wear down a lot!).

I think if you reprint the original bearings holders, that you may want to print the covers slightly smaller, or the guts parts slightly larger, btw. -- Also it looks like some people have created PLA bushing versions, like the original Prusa Mendel -- so I might give those a try as well.

(p.s. -- sorry for the double post.)

Thanks for the info, but I have since sold the printer as I didnt need three printers and the H1 was unfortunately the least capable of the three. However I did keep the heat bed with our names on it :)

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