Cyrus 3D Printer
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This version has become obsolete. I am currently working on a new version which is stronger and lighter. The new version will have build envelope of 20cm x 20cm x 20cm. If you need to have a bigger print envelope, I would advice to either upgrade to 20mm extrustion profile or openbeams with this design.
The reason: at higher speeds the makerbeams can cause flexing of the frame which can have influence on the print quality (not major but still).
Another thing to consider, if you are building this with frames, put dampers on it to reduce the noise of the casing. If you can afford it, go for acrylic, or to play it safe, go for 20mm extrustion/openbeams and then use acrylic casing.
My advice is, if you like the Cyrus printer, the design, mechanics etc... hold on with building one because the new version will be much better ;)
I Still need to add the BOM list and instructions to assembly it, although if you look at the renders, it's quite straight forward for the people who can't wait for it.
The files are free for everyone to use, replicate for your mates, your brother, sister, neighbor. But It has it's limitations, no Commercial use of the files thank you :).
Please if you like this design and you are downloading it, press the like button. It shows some appreciation and gives me motivation :)
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