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SmartrapCore XL300

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SmartrapCore XL300 by smartfriendz Feb 23, 2016
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SmartrapCore XL300 by smartfriendz is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Here is our last SmartrapCore ALU evolution :
The SmartrapCore XL300 !

A new, original promotion campaign is launched : The smartrapcore XL300 , starting at 449 euros will rise by 5 euros per day until it reaches 599 euros!
The shipping date of all printers will be fixed by march 31 2016 !
http://smartfriendz.com/en/home/58-smartrapcore-alu-2597462281835.htm

Like all our designs, this model is full , active, open source and you are welcome to build one.
The assembly documentation is there : TODO

This model was designed in onshape :
https://cad.onshape.com/documents/086229ea796640d29acd68ff/w/2030a3358fd641da896d20a5/e/1e4ef00263ee4eae9316731a

We , at smartfriendz, found this new CAD software the best solution to share our open designs . Everybody with a little learning path will be able to copy it and modify simple things , or make new accessories.

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Serge,

How does this model compare to extending the extrusions on the original ALU? That is, if I were to have a 'bigger box' for the ALU and use longer rods, would you say I could accomplish something similar? Some of the parts appear to be shared as well.

Just extending the extrusions and rods will get you a bigger area in your X and Y, but the Z axis mount in the original ALU doesn't work very well for a bigger build area. Even trying to make the Z axis cantilever longer doesn't really help because of the wobble from the bigger build area. This is probably why the Z axis has been completely redesigned in the 300XL vs the Z axis of the ALU.

I'd like to request the assembly instructions and BOM as well please.

Aug 22, 2016 - Modified Aug 22, 2016
aaron_rm - in reply to evaskp

I have been following this design for a while and while it has not been updated here on Thingiverse it has been updated on their other sites. here is a list of the hardware not yet available for purchase http://smartfriendz.com/en/3d-printers/73-upgrade-xl300-hardware.html

I would also strongly recommend taking a look at their updated design on onshape as they have flushed out a couple of design flaws that made this build a little difficult for those lacking tools to work with aluminium. https://cad.onshape.com/documents/56e8801ce4b04070f7cd4b7c/w/59cce063d22296b5ce2b0506/e/56f74b3a8ff8955dcf0c8717

(Note that the parts list is for the design shown here on thingiverse and not the updated design on onshape.)

Thank you.

I updated the URL for the onshape design, the one on the description for this is wrong it should be https://cad.onshape.com/documents/56e8801ce4b04070f7cd4b7c/w/59cce063d22296b5ce2b0506/e/56f74b3a8ff8955dcf0c8717

I think everyone would appreciate a BOM. Thanks :)

Hi nice printer! I'd like to request the assembly instructions and BOM as well please! thanks

I'd like to request the assembly instructions and BOM as well please!

Beautiful printer, and I want to build one, but it can be a BOM and how to catch the z axis bearings for aluminum profiles?

Nice printer .Could you please provide me with the BOM ?

Hi, thanks for share!! Where can I find the aluminum measures?

I really want a direct drive extruder but I want to build a wooden frame instead of a aluminium one. Is it possible to install this direct drive on a wooden Smartrapcore, the "normal" one?

Yes you can ;)

Im very anxious about the stability of the printbed, It looks rocksolid.

Feb 26, 2016 - Modified Feb 26, 2016

what is the size of the frame?

and what is the nema?

Hi, nice work as usual, but why do you use direct feed this time? And is there an option to get this work with dual extruder ootb?
Hoping for quick answer because i want to order it as soon as possible :D

thanks
We use direct extruder because it's easier for beginner in 3d printing
well.. yes you can ( power supply and electronics are ready for twin head ) but you must do it yourself or take 2 bowden extruder and this twin head http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:995640

SmartrapCore Twin Head project (V5.1)

Thanks for this super fast reply, nice to hear this thing is proven to work with this version :)
I think gonna mod this to dual bowden. Thanks you really helped me!

hi, what aluminum extrusion do you use ?? 20 or 15mm .

Thanks for more this great work.

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