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Pergo Robo3D Heat Chamber Ver 2

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Pergo Robo3D Heat Chamber Ver 2 by Pergo Feb 10, 2017

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This is Version 2 it is COMPLETELY compatible with version 1. If you printed a version 1, you can upgrade/use these parts as replacements. If you break a piece, use version 2 as the replacement parts.

**** See the Remix I created which might be considered Version 3. In my opinion, it's MUCH better.

The picture shows a completed left side and all of the right sides attach to the supports. After assembling, glue or screw your clear plastic to the frame created.

See my version 1 for pictures http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1293032
remember that Version 1 does not show the new part Bottom tail part.

  • Moved one clip more to the middle
  • Removed a few ribs to use less plastic
  • Added Filet around weak parts for more support
  • Clip that holds to the Robo3D printer is tighter, attaching it will support itself before assembled.
  • ADDED new Bottom tail that lets you put plastic around the entire bed. It's does not just cover the top and look like drapes. This is the Yellow piece(s) in the picture

Bottom Clip
Drill two pilot holes in the bottom of the existing/new "Extender" parts and attach the "Bottom Tail" it. Place another "Support" part.

Those with Simplfy 3D I'm having problems going into Cura and flipping Z saving the model as the other side. I only built left sides and I Mirrored to get the Right side.
When I bring the Cura Mirrored items in they look like they are in a X-ray mode and won't print. Simplfy 3D users, load the left sides and uses menu item [Mesh][Mirror Mesh][Mirror Z] and rotate 180 to get the Right sides for all the right parts.

When putting it together, keep in mind that the sides that were on the print bed will be pointing outward (towards the plastic) the "pretty side" goes inside. When putting it together even I put it together wrong the first time. When I went to put in on the printer the holding clips were on the wrong sides!!! ARGH! When cutting and applying the plastic, do the final cuts after you screw it on. In my pictures, the blue is Version 2, and the Orange is version 1.

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