So were all here for an awesome project only possible for the common DIY'er through 3D printing. Whats everyone printing on? Something basic or crazy? Lets see em!
I will start.
-Custom CoreXY 400mm x 400mm x 450mm running a Duet Wifi. Still need to make a display mount and waiting on the CNC table to cut acrylic for enclosing it. (old photo, wiring is all cleaned up since this XD)
-M3D Crane Quad with mild upgrade to help feeding issues (excuse the mess, face shields have my workspace a mess)
- Ulitmaker 2 Extended +
My Creality CR10 V2 is printing PETG fittings for EN20 electric conduits. I want to build a roof frame for the raised bed in the garden in order to hold the protective net. But with this I take the oportunity to perfect my PETG profile for the CNC parts =D
what is boring @Feronox ? ahah
I printed my current TopsCNC and since i invested in a Prusa i3 MK3S
Here is my little Setup :
Ender 3 stock with CR10 pro extrudeur / magnet Fit / printer in a homemade Box and all electronics deported outside of the box
Printing DragChainb linkx X 15 units
Nice and cheap printer for this nice project !!!
I just finish my inmoov robot project and ready with next one : TopCNC heavy model by Topsie !!! :-)
My Inmoov robot project
Have a nice day
What my printer is doing is totally boring =D Just pipe fittings
That Inmoov robot is insane! I need to research that. Looks like a super fun project.
I am printing on a Monoprice Maker Select Plus. Just started the prints for the Heavy version, super excited!
Does anyone have a rough idea of how many roles of filament it will take to complete all the parts at Topsie's recommended print settings?
My prints are done on my Prusa i3 Mk3s I built in 2018 when I was 16 (now 18). I don't have a picture yet as my camera is being refurbished, however, I will soon post one. I saved up for this printer in particular because I knew I wanted to print the most difficult of flexibles like Ninjaflex but I also wanted to build one myself. As for the number of rolls it should use, I think Topsie said about 5 or 6 1kg rolls of PLA.