This model is an almost conform copy of the Unit A8, used to design mods/adaptors for the 3D printer. For instance, I designed a laser mount for this printer and I had to make many measurements. With an 1/1 "virtual" model, it will be much easier to work on this printer as all the dimensions are in my CAD software (Fusion360) and I can use the model as splitting tool.
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Step 1: Get the 3D Files
You can find the 3D files on my thingivierse : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3230073
Dont forget to scale down the model to 20%.
You should be able to print all the parts together (it took me 2h of printing with a Prusa I3 MK3)
Step 2: Glue the Pieces
You can refer to the 3D rendered model of the introduction t figure out how to match the pieces
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