3D printer - no laser cut parts
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This is my small 3D printer. It is not mini (A little bit smaller, than standard Prusa). No parts for laser cutting. Basic things You need to have in mind, if You want to make it:
6 mm smoth rods(relatively LM6uu bearings), M5 threaded rods for Z(2x 20mm M5 nuts), PC PSU 350W, E3DV5 (reworked) clone, Mega2560+RAMPs 1.4, Nema17 motors and Geeetech 152x152mm heatbed. My build size is XYZ 110x140x90mm. Z can be extended to 100-105 mm. X can be extended to 140 mm, if You want to lose 3 point bed leveling and to rework Y holder for heatbed.
You can use my version of LCD case if You want: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:743724;
My type of Bowden type of wade`s extruder: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:662780
Additionally add this lamp to it: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1698383
Most of needed things on the pictures(probably not everything). Thing is final - will not make any changes.
Added 2 new .stl files for 12mm Inductive Proximity sensor and M4 bolt - last picture.
TRENDi Maker V3
Everything is made from PLA, 0.2 layer hight - no support with 1 exception:
017_Extruder_Clamp.stl - use support and ABS - better result, than PLA made.
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