BI V2.0 3D Printer

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BI V2.0 3D Printer by Boots_Industries Jan 22, 2014



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The Boots Industries BI V2.0 is a delta style 3D printer featuring widely available and self-replicating 3D printed components. Innovation is at the forefront of the reinforced frame and triple pulley system, allowing for a large build volume and high quality 3D printed pieces.

As promised to the community all files will be made open source. This is the initial submit & a work in progress.

BOM is now posted. Not 100% solution -> wiring will have to be made by yourself.


More instructions will come very soon!

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Is October 2014 ending, project posted in February 2014. No BOM, no instructions and U had left us with the primise for a fully opensource printer.
Founded with Kickstarter.
Is that your idea of "OPEN"?
Well, U're wrong.

How's those instructions coming? Bill of materials yet? I'd love to make one of these

We do have the BI V2.0 as pre-order at this time http://bootsindustries.com/shop/biv2/http://bootsindustries.com/sho...
A BOM will be made available later but it is all material easily accessible.

Excellent, I would like to build one of these sometime this summer. It does appear to be a very high quality product and well thought-through design.

if there a place where I can find a list of non-3D printed parts to buy?

Can I buy a kit or a fully assembled one?

Can't wait to see the instructions for this build! Keep up good work BI!