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Velleman K8200 Core XY project
by craigb244, published
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I was recently given a new, But assembled K8200. It is missing a few parts (hot end and wiring mainly) so ive decided to try and turn it into something a little special!
I noticed the core-XY design by Agence_akira but the project looks to be incomplete/dead so have decided to redesign it.
I plan to design it using as many original parts as I can.
It will require no cutting of any original parts.
extra parts that cant be printed (any there will be many of them needed!) will be standard parts that can be cheaply gotten from Aliexpress.
The printer will have duel bearing supported Z-screws with a single bottom mounted stepper with a closed loop belt driving the second z screw
I also plan to build it with the thought of it all being enclosed which will also add strength.
So far ive designed the Z mount parts which are currently printing,
Photos and files will be added as I go along.
comments and thoughts are highly appretiated!
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All printable parts drew on Sketchup.
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