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iTopie RepRap

by skarab, published

iTopie RepRap by skarab Jun 19, 2015



iTopie RepRap by skarab is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Since Thingiverse seems to be "inevitable" and because it is asked, I finally decided to increase the visibility of my iTopie RepRap by posting it here.

The iTopie is a derivative of the very popular Prusa i3, the main purpose of this new machine is to save assembly time, especially for workshops.

The latest sources, B.O.M, build manual and other information is on GitHub and the RepRap wiki.


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I don't think I have seen a neater wiring job than the one on your printer. I feel the machines with more laid out and neater wiring pays off in less electrical problems than the machine you see that have wires hanging out everywhere. Most of them are just waiting to snag on something or pullout in the middle of the print. Thanks for keeping REAL CRAFTSMANSHIP alive!

I have noticed that the x end motor and x end idler dont have a hole where the m8 threaded rod goes... is this expected in the STL? Should we just drill the hole?

Do you have the 3D printed parts in SOLIDWORKS part format?

Do I use 16mm mdf or 19mm. I got confused cuz I've seen both listed

As you want since it is configurable in OpenSCAD sources.

hello my name and Matheus, I really want to make the printer, but in my country, Brazil only exists MDF 15mm and 18mm in openscad can not run on my PC, algem could edit the openscad to 15, and 18mm and save in dxf in order to assemble here in my country? I can pay for it ...

hi, wounderful printer, i saw fastener screws for the x-rods on the x-idler side here: http://reprap.org/wiki/File:ITopie_RepRap_11.png,
but the stl is missing holes. do you drilled them? do i need them?

There is no need if the rods are cut to the right size. Pictured is an older version.

Great work. How you managed to cut and mill the wood? You did do it to a company or you have a CNC?