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  • cH4rF1r3 commented on cH4rF1r3's instructable Sunhokey 2015 Prusa i3 DIY Kit2 years ago
    Sunhokey 2015 Prusa i3 DIY Kit

    Sure, why not, but it would be even better if you can get a kit that supplies the centrifugal nozzle fan, it would save you a trip to the hardware/electronics store, and the hassle of printing out parts to upgrade, I am looking at getting a delta kit myself, just wanna know how it works, and if it can really go faster than a Cartesian printer, and if so, by how much.Some tips, get a glass bed or two (depending on how much you are intending to print) so that you can swap out and start printing before the bed cools, and get a set of 3 buildtak, stick the buildtak to the glass and use binder clips to hold the buildtak-ed glass to the bed. Before using the buildtak, it would be best for you to train your bed leveling skills on the supplied tape, as a heated nozzle dragging along the buildta...

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    Sure, why not, but it would be even better if you can get a kit that supplies the centrifugal nozzle fan, it would save you a trip to the hardware/electronics store, and the hassle of printing out parts to upgrade, I am looking at getting a delta kit myself, just wanna know how it works, and if it can really go faster than a Cartesian printer, and if so, by how much.Some tips, get a glass bed or two (depending on how much you are intending to print) so that you can swap out and start printing before the bed cools, and get a set of 3 buildtak, stick the buildtak to the glass and use binder clips to hold the buildtak-ed glass to the bed. Before using the buildtak, it would be best for you to train your bed leveling skills on the supplied tape, as a heated nozzle dragging along the buildtak will immediately ruin it.I would really like to update this guide, but I am currently swamped by orders from 3DHubs. I have order a flexible plate from Fleks3D, waiting for it to come in on Feb, will probably update my guide after that.

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