[reprap-users] Huxley status
thatotherdude at gmail.com
Wed Jan 5 20:51:04 PST 2011
> Also, are there any mods/hacks to make the reprap print objects with higher
> precision? Smaller print size and/or slower prints are acceptable tradeoffs.
We're messing around with threaded rods and openServo based designs at
Hacklab.to, it might be a total red hearing but it's one of the things we're
trying out because it hasn't been tried yet :)
That said we haven't got enough parts to test the designs yet so more info
coming later this month I guess.
On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 11:31 PM, Sebastien Bailard <penguin at supermeta.com>wrote:
> On January 1, 2011 07:56:12 pm Ketil Froyn wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm curious what the status of the Huxley is. I've seen that a company is
> > selling their version of it, or a mini-mendel, but I'd like to know how
> > stable, mature and reproducible it is. Any experiences with that?
> No personal ones, but it's a mature design in reprap terms. Erik de
> Brujin's has had his working since April.
> > I have some space constraints, so a smaller machine suits me better.
> There's quite a bit of concern that Huxley doesn't make sense from a
> money perspective. It's only slightly less expensive, but has a much
> smaller build area. Mind you, that doesn't seem to worry the folk that
> have built them.
> http://reprap.org/wiki/What_Tooling_Do_You_Have ?
> > Also, are there any mods/hacks to make the reprap print objects with
> > precision? Smaller print size and/or slower prints are acceptable
> > tradeoffs.
> > Cheers, Ketil
> A smaller aperature nozzle will help. arcol.hu (and other
> entreprenur-developers) sells a 0.35 mm aperature nozzle rather than
> the more usual 0.5 mm.
> Let me know if you want a reprap-norway forum:
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> developers' mailing list, since you're probably an official developer.
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