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LEGO Mindstorms EV3D Printer
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Hello Sir,Thank You very much for the comment and the EV3D Printer Team patch and all of your encouragement. I really appreciate it. Also, thank you for the program. I had done this printer December 2015, and unfortunately, I have disassembled it to do other Mindstorm projects, but I will try to build it again and use your program when I get a chance.Thanks again,Amogh.
I'm really glad to see others using their MINDSTORMS, LEGO and these cool little 3D pens to make 3D printers. I really enjoy the video, I think you explained your project really well. Great job my friend !! P.S. I'm also sharing the EV3 Project File program for my EV3Dprinter, if you want to see how we programmed it to print polygons ;) - bazmarc
Wow, amazing project! I think would be nice to add some control to the program, so that the PC could be used to create figures. - SopaXorzTaker
Thanks for the comment dmserve. Actually it doesn't really matter which is X or Y, if we turn it 90 degrees, it would be as you visualize.
That is just SO cool. - Juliette Nicoli
Okay - shirleyhunter1
Nice work, Review your x & y movements and descriptions. I believe what you call (x is y). and what you call (y is x). Let me know if I am wrong.My info source I s reprap.org. There may be some ideas there, You can use in you design. Keep up the good work - dmserve
Thank you. Yes, I have entered this in the 3D printing contest.
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