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CoreBot - CoreXY 3D printer with linear rails

by MacNite Jan 11, 2019
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Hello! I have another question)) . With such a large print area, you did not think to use 10 mm belts?

I thought about that.
I think the next size of the GT2 belts is 9mm.

Honestly:
I don't see any artifacts caused by the belts. If you try to move the tool head with the belts attached and motors engaged you feel next to no play / give.

In a V2 I'd go for 9mm belts but the 6mm ones just work fine.

Hey. Just want to build a printer for 500. You have not found a solution with titan aero?

For 500 what? 500 mm print area? 500 mm/s print speed? 500$?

As discussed in instructable (step 2) I don't think a titan aero is the way to go in a setup like this. But I just uploaded the files for the Titan Aero tool head to thingiverse and instructables. At instructables you can find the .stp file of the tool head as well.

Greets
Max

Hallo Maximillian! Hast Du den Drucker aufgebaut? Gibt es eine Aufstellung der Teile und weitere Einzelheiten zu dieser guten Arbeit?

Viele Grüße Ulrich

Sorry,

ich habe vergessen, den Link in der Beschreibung einzufügen. Der ist jetzt drin.

Gruß
Max

Excelent work! Im working on the modification of my current Hypercube with lineal rails too. Will your part fit the 2020 extrusion profiles?
Many thanks!

Thank you (:

My parts are all Designed for 3030 Extrusion. But IT should Not be to difficult to adpot them to 2020 Extrusion :)

Greets
Max