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I have small rubber holding marker down, if you want to draw with pencil or pen you will have to use springs or something stronger because they need more force to draw.
You can download 3D parts and print them on your 3D printer on buy them on the internet, for example on 3D Hubs.The pen lift system will be upgraded soon, on my website that i'm wirking on now.
Oh sorry, i forgot to remove it. There was before an option to change drawig speeed but i have removed it because these motors are so slow anyway and there wasn't any reason to slow them down even more. I left it there so plotter won't print that there is unknown command 'F' in the g-code. Than i have also removed serial and gorgot about this case. Thanks for support :)
Thanks for your idea! I've changed my plotter header so now it can use any type of pencils, not only with 8mm diameter like before. I've tested some diffrent pens and that, in my opinion, is the best result. I've achieved it with the marker that is on the photo.There is centimeter ruler underneath for scale
Plotter just got featured!
my delta has 80mm/s limit, so it os not even 300%
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Working on it right now!
Good project, but a bit too useless for me :)
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judging tech will be nice
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