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Nice, do you want to trade your machine with mine :)
Step by step, you can do enything , start with analyzing the 3D model.
The thermistors are connected at T0 and T1 in ramps board. The resistor is connected at D10.
Thanks for helping answer the questions ;)
100 steps per mm by my 'calculations'
Thanks for helping answering :)
Now we use a 46x44 cm 5mm top plate and a 50x50.7cm 3mm bonttom plate.
Nice, congradulations :)
You are wellcome :)
Hello Datnewsome, It all depens on your budget, your time and experiance builing 3D printers.
:) Thanks, you are welcome to use all you need. Good luck with the build.
I used a 2mm aluminum plate.
They fit onto the Xidler and on the XYcarridge.
Thanks, probabely around 50 USD give or take, it all depends on your suppliers.
Hi, I get all electronics from china, try aliexpress.
Hello, the eletronics wiring image is 5512x3228 pixels, just zoom in to find the pins.
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