Cubic Meter Bot
These are good resources for creating wiki pages. Example and Columbus --Sebastien Bailard 07:23, 10 September 2010 (UTC)
|FILE ID#||TYPE||DESCRIPTION||AVAILABLE FORMATS||CREATED/RESERVED BY|
|Your-File-Name||SOLID MODEL ASSEMBLY||These are CAD files for the Solid Model Assembly||.xml.zip, .stl.zip||--Bogdan.kecman 12:00, Today's Date 20xx (UTC)|
|Your-File-Name||CAD FILES FOR PARTS||These are CAD files for each part.||.xml.zip, .stl.zip||--Bogdan.kecman 12:00, Today's Date 20xx (UTC)|
|Your-File-Name||EVEN MORE FILES||These are are even more files.||.xml.zip, .stl.zip||--Bogdan.kecman 12:00, Today's Date 20xx (UTC)|-|
|Your-File-Name||SOLID MODEL ASSEMBLY||This is the final finished machine||N/A||--Bogdan.kecman 12:00, Tomorrow's Date, 20xx (UTC)|
Please edit this and click the links to put in your own files! --Sebastien Bailard 08:34, 10 September 2010 (UTC)
- to be able to print ABS/PLA/PP/PE (so just like any ordinary reprap/repstrap).
- to be able to print Silicone/ Clay and other Paste like substances.
- to have minimum 2 heads, easy changeable, possibly with automated changing mechanism (for e.g. like a Plotter)
- to be able to do 2.5D Milling (Milling Head)
- high precision (error below 0.005mm)
- low price (to be under 2000GBP)
- to be easy to assemble
- big print area (1x1x1m)
- Heated Bed
- Heated Chamber
The one thing that might be there too is using a printer head attachment too so one can print solutions but that's not one of the goals. I want to have it precise enough to support it, if I get there I can easily work on further add ons.
Other large-print-volume printers
scaling to larger RepRap has a few ideas on making a RepRap with a larger print volume, and lists other large-print-volume RepRaps.