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Some of the parts used
2 Nema 17 Stepper motors - http://amzn.to/2vmdNtv
2 - GT2 20 teeth pulley - http://amzn.to/2wjVYZ5
5m ( you'll use less ) GT2 belts - http://amzn.to/2vmVioq
8 - M5 Idler - http://amzn.to/2vmwZHt
The first thing i thought when i saw the AxiDraw was " I want that " but then after a few seconds i said " im building that ". I finished my design a couple of weeks after it was announced. Even though i have built my own CoreXY i could not get into my head the belt path. After some research and help from the community i got to the HBOT design.
From there was just figuring out how to build it with whatever i had left from other projects. I was stuck for a couple of days figuring out how to build it, since i did not want to use 2 plates to carry the linear bearing. Move this here, move this there until i hit the sweet spot.
Build a machine to be used with a laser diode to test LaserWeb, a very complete open source solution for Lasers ( cncpro.co ). Simple to print, easy to assemble and mostly inexpensive. Needed to be small and able to carry it around.
Sorry about the rust, but where i live even rust get rust
Update: Im using LaserWeb4 with GRBL 1.1, you can find the firmware here https://github.com/cojarbi/grbl-servo-CoreXY
No support needed.
I use a brim in every print i do.
Bellow you'll find a list for all the parts needed for this project. Im a regular amazon prime customer so i will link to them and as you'll see is just easy to source.
- If you have an AZSMZ board or smoothie ( changes would need to be made ) you can use the config.txt provided.
- If you need help with GRBL drop request in the comment section and ill post my settings