Simple, Low Cost, Compact, Open Source Extruder. ATOM 3D Printers

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Introduction: Simple, Low Cost, Compact, Open Source Extruder. ATOM 3D Printers

with only three simple steps you can make your own new extruder.

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find the latest updated version here
www.instructables.com/id/Print-with-advanced-filaments-DIY-simple-low-cost-/

Step 1: Prepare Your Bill of Materials

Step 2: Cut Your 3-mm Plywood Main Parts

Step 3: Follow the Assembly Instruction

Step 4: About Heating Block and Nozzle

-For the heating block you can use a piece of aluminum scrap and cut it to 20mm*20mm*10mm.

-For the threaded pipe and nozzle you can use M6 brass bolt.

-You can find autocad-inventor files for dimensions and review.

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    Did you print that tomato, because that looks amazing!

    2 replies

    Hello how do I get the marse from d3 printer extruder sperholtz the marse

    Your project is awesome!!

    Congratulations

    Can you publish your DWG files as DWT, or DWG version 2008?

    regards!!

    2 replies

    Sorry, I was meanting to DXF, instead of DWT

    you can find the .dxf file with the latest extruder update here

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Print-with-advanced-filaments-DIY-simple-low-cost-/