The Aluminum 3DPrintMi is the next iteration of my previous design, 3DPrintMi. The frame was redesigned to use the commonly available aluminum extrusion 2020, reducing the assembly time and part count while boosting frame rigidity.
Building one will cost around $320, depending where the parts are sourced. I have included the Bill of Materials to aid those interested building the 3DPrintMi
As an open source printer, it is free and open. I have completed the assembly guide on Instructables.com. Updates will be made periodically.
Pertinent 'Things' for the 3DPrintMi
Recommend printing in ABS
Can use PLA at your own risk. Nema17 motors can produce enough heat to deform the parts in PLA.
PET can be used but untested