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LeopardQR 34x34x42 cm 3D Printer

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LeopardQR 34x34x42 cm 3D Printer by shauki Jul 7, 2017
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With a frame of 500x500x520 mm has a build volume of 340x340x420 mm.

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The provided here gantry carriage is only for OpenBuilds VSlot.
Needed only 4 rails of OpenBuilds - the rest can be any cheaper 2020 profiles. Close to Spain this one is perfect.
Take the columns 20 mm longer than the screws to get the max of the vertical travel.

The three screws need to be straight: if one does not roll fine on a flat surface then do not use it: Pure Screw Z Stage
Mount the screws to the lower rails, not like in my photo (to the upper rails).

For the cross carriage take a cheap but very good hotend:
Dual DeerArc or Solo TurtleArc

The file TJoint2020.stl needed if not using slot profiles for the Z stage, otherwise can use regular corner items and save on printing.

The best, IMHO, open source extruder SaintFlint

Except the extruder I print all my printer and robot parts wit a 0.8 nozzle out of PETG and the screenshots of the settings are provided.

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Two steppers and wires per axis. There is already a dead project using this approach !

I have a pair dozens of those machines all my published things are printed with them. The people you mean better find another entertainment if they cannot do it well.

Indeed, they are so slow and limited, you need that many :)

Shauki, you are a machine! I can barely keep up with you. I'm still working on the ScrewDelta since I got back from vacation last week! Amazing work!

Thanks :) Probably this is my last work, because I'm switching back to other software projects I started before.

I could say 'good' because that might give me a chance to catch up!!!!

lol. By the way I recommend using the screws you have for this build: use the plates for some rocket launchers

Oh no, don't say that! I designed and printed a set of vertices that go above the top plate and cut an acrylic version of the plates so that I can house all the electronics and LCD above the printer (for easy access). I even embedded a 'SCREWDELTA' logo into those.

But now that you mention it, the whole thing would make a great launch gantry....LOL

Besides I have more TR8s lying around for this one....

Great news. Looking forward to see all those builds!

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