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OpenDelta - The Open Source Delta Printer
by JeanClaude, published
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The effector now has its own fanduct. It fits ontop of this E3D-Mount
and the laser cutted effector plate.
The idea of this printer is to created an open source modell, that can be produced with a lasercutter and other 3d-printers. These two machines can be found in most FabLabs around the world.
Please share your version and the problems you had building it, so that we all can learn from it.
I will make a couple of videos, that show the assembly of the frame, the belt-tensioner and carriage.
Please let me know, when you have any questions. I will try to answer them as quick as possible.
Complete Doku: http://wiki.fablab-muenchen.de/display/WIKI/Delta-Drucker
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