https://the-sparklab.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/logo.png 0 0 patrick https://the-sparklab.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/logo.png patrick2013-02-27 16:56:002014-11-02 12:16:40let's build Rostock 3D Drucker
let’s build Rostock 3D Drucker
Hier geht’s zum Video:
Aufgrund einiger Nachfragen hier die Pläne zu meinem Acryl Gehäuse:
Do ya know a guy called Putz? I’ve heard that he is extremely mentally sick and seems to be engaged on this board..
It isn’t a j-head, I bought the bowden hotend at reprap-fab.org. The mount was included. If you want to use a j-head there are similar mounts on thingiverse.
Thank you. as you can see I am very new at this. I see you have spacers in your mount. were they part of the kit as well? I look at the page and it does not seem to show or mention it in the site, My German is limited and I think Google translate is lying to me. hope you don’t mind answering a few more questions.
Also, is it possible to accommodate 6mm acrylic and 762mm smooth rods to your template?
The CAD files aren’t parametric. But Sketchup is easy, you could change the files for yourself.
The spacers aren’t necessary – I wan’t to have the nozzle as close at possible to the „platfrom“ -> to minimize the position change of the Hot-End during the „platform-wobble“.
No, there weren’t part of the kit. I bought mine at a local hardwareshop. Washers should do the job as well.