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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D
  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    I have exported again the base frame and Al bed. You have now, in frame section, a zip file with new exported dxf files.

    Yes. Thank you

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    Hey. Something it is not ok. Must be in the center. I will check and reattach the file. Thank you

    Hey. The lead screw it is the usual 8 mm pitch (4x2mm). Yes the lead screw need to be the same.

    d5 is the interior hole of the timing gear, wich is 5 mm, for nema 17 motor used.

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    The two Z-axis motors are 40 mm.The extruder motor can be 48 or 40 mm long.Engines with 0.9 degrees / step make 400 steps for one revolution. That's why they turn more smoothed.The x and y axes deserve the investment, the movement will be smoother without the need for 32 microstepingGermană---------------AfrikaansAlbanezăAmharicăArabăArmeanăAzerăBascăBelarusăBengalezăBirmanăBosniacăBulgarăCatalanăCebuanăCehăChineză (Simplificată)Chineză (Tradițională)CoreeanăCorsicanăCroatăDanezăEbraicăEnglezăEsperantoEstonăFilipinezăFinlandezăFrancezăFrizonă occidentalăGaelică scoțianăGalezăGalicianăGeorgianăGermanăGreacăGujaratiHaitianăHausaHawaiianăHindiHmongIdișIgboIndonezianăIrlandezăIslandezăItalianăJaponezăJavanezăKannadaKazahăKârgâzăKhmerăKurdăLaoțianăLatinăLetonăLituanianăLuxemburghezăMacedoneană…

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    The two Z-axis motors are 40 mm.The extruder motor can be 48 or 40 mm long.Engines with 0.9 degrees / step make 400 steps for one revolution. That's why they turn more smoothed.The x and y axes deserve the investment, the movement will be smoother without the need for 32 microstepingGermană---------------AfrikaansAlbanezăAmharicăArabăArmeanăAzerăBascăBelarusăBengalezăBirmanăBosniacăBulgarăCatalanăCebuanăCehăChineză (Simplificată)Chineză (Tradițională)CoreeanăCorsicanăCroatăDanezăEbraicăEnglezăEsperantoEstonăFilipinezăFinlandezăFrancezăFrizonă occidentalăGaelică scoțianăGalezăGalicianăGeorgianăGermanăGreacăGujaratiHaitianăHausaHawaiianăHindiHmongIdișIgboIndonezianăIrlandezăIslandezăItalianăJaponezăJavanezăKannadaKazahăKârgâzăKhmerăKurdăLaoțianăLatinăLetonăLituanianăLuxemburghezăMacedoneanăMaghiarăMalaezăMalayalamMalgașăMaltezăMaoriMarathiMongolăNeerlandezăNepalezăNorvegianăNyanjaPaștunăPersanăPolonezăPortughezăPunjabiRomânăRusăSamoanăSârbăSesothoShonaSindhiSinghalezăSlovacăSlovenăSomalezăSpaniolăSuedezăSundanezăSwahiliTadjicăTamilăTeluguThailandezăTurcăUcraineanăUrduUzbecăVietnamezăXhosaYorubaZuluEnglezăDeschideți în Google Traducere

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    I have downloaded the bed.dxf and imported to Fusion360. The drawing it is ok. Please try again. If you open it in acad, try zoom all command.

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    The Z system is independent from frame. The frame is just the support for XY system and chamber closure. Mesh leveling it is a good idea always, I think.

    Sorry. I attached the file.Thank you

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    Without more info about your design I cannot help you.Thank you

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    We are a startup in the EU.The priority for us now is to complete the website www.simplyblue3d.com. With his help we will be able to sell the printers and the necessary parts.For now, we could send our products directly to those interested. For details, please use sales@simplyblue3d.com.Thank you

    Hello.We are a startup in the EU.The priority for us now is to complete the website www.simplyblue3d.com. With his help we will be able to sell the printers and the necessary parts.Yes, the documentation and files created will be published on the site. I used Fusion360.When I chose the closed chamber project, I thought about printing PEEK. From here the dividing firewalls, the two-zone design, one cold and one hot separated by the laminar air curtain, the use of the heated bed at the mains power, etc.The cost depends on too many variables. The pieces, bought and printed, can cost between 175 and 300 euros for LightBlue printer. I'm thinking of quality pieces.For now, we could send our products directly to those interested. For details, please use sales@simplyblue3d.com.Thank you

    Hello.We are a startup in the EU.The priority for us now is to complete the website www.simplyblue3d.com. With his help we will be able to sell the printers and the necessary parts.For now, we could send our products directly to those interested. For details, please use sales@simplyblue3d.com.Thank you

    We have a 300x300 mm bed printer. I used the same pieces. I only changed the lengths of the axes, the base, the walls and the belts.I would, however, change the diameter of the axes for x, y to 10 mm. For larger sizes use 20x40 extruded aluminumGood luck.

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    It depends on too many variables. The pieces, bought and printed, can cost between 175 and 300 euros.

    We have a 300x300 mm bed printer. I used the same pieces. I only changed the lengths of the axes, the base, the walls and the belts.I would, however, change the diameter of the axes for x, y to 10 mm.Good luck.

    Thank you.All the parts in the pictures were printed with this printer. We built several printers.The following parts were printed on the weekend. The thread is M42x2 mm.

    Thank you.All the parts in the pictures were printed with this printer. We built several printers.The following parts were printed on the weekend.

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  • fkirita commented on fkirita's instructable LightBlue 3D

    IN BOM sheet "frame" you have V slot 330 mm length and 20 mm type aluminium profiles and T slot 350 mm length. Also in sheets "XY rolling system", "Zsystem" and "Filament extruder" you have the motors.Of course, the BOM list includes most pieces, and because the design is constantly evolving, it's hard to have a 100% complete and accurate list. Sorry about that.

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  • Hello. Another 10 days of printing with my RCServo extruder. I have printed at least 8 hours/day, every day and all worked well. The longest single printed parts took about 6 hours. So for now is it fine. All printing was done at 60 mm/sec, with PLA and PETG.

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  • Wow, you are fast. Please give us some detail. The new attiny85 based extruder have adjustable current limiting. Also aggressive P.I.D. settings could damage the motor. Thank you for your feedback.

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  • Thank you for your comments. A small DC motor need gearbox, a large one it is heavy, so the servo was the choice. Also, a good servo is reliable and available everywhere. For now I have about 50 hours with 4 hour the longest print. We see.

    The new version with Attiny85 it is also simpler and smaller. Cheaper and handsome to. I will post it after I finishing the tests.

    Not yet.

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