Robo3D R1 + Base modified for printing on a Robo3D Printer
Original Design is owned and created by ROBO3D
Initial thanks has to go to Mike Kelly for being a super dude and sharing the plans of this spectacular printer.
Print at 100% infill
I made many modifications to this design to bolster it for a chop up operation to allow the very large base to be reproduced on a Robo3D. If you decide to print this I estimate that you will need about 2.7 KG of PLA or ABS (just a guess).
I was going to build myself a 2nd Robo3D but once I started I changed gears and built a larger printer I call "Pergo 3D Printer" (wow, I'm boring!) it is capable of printing Y370 mm X220 mm Z360 mm most of the construction is on a metal base and PVC risers.
I'm posting this because it was an investment of a lot of work and hoping others may benefit from it.