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The main goal/idea of the µDelta is to "make it easy and fun". So the µDelta has different improvement compare to other printers:
- Intuitive and simplest assembly, using the minimum amount of screws and nuts on every pieces. And once again, it's a delta style printer, you just have to repeat 2 other times the assembly of one axis.
- Simple electronic, we choose the Teensylu because it's simple and efficient, the µDelta is not suitable for 2 hotends so we have all we need on this board. We prefer to avoid any on-board stepper driver solution because of democratization of 3D printer(so no technical people can easily repair using spare parts)
- Dedicated plugin on Repetier-Host with fully software calibration.
- Size: 250x250x440mm
- Safe print area: Ø110 x 190 mm
- Max print area: Ø120 x 190 mm
- 1.75mm filament (no heat bed so PLA until now)
- Standard Jhead mount
- Dimensioned Glass fiber rod end linkage (fit to the firmware)
- NEMA 17 motors
- Electronic: Teensylu + 4 Stepsticks
- Structural materials: Acrylic, Wood, ABS, Aluminium
- Safe nominal print speed 70mm/s
- Safe nominal travel speed 140mm/s
- Max speed around 200mm/s
Print and cut parts
You can find all files on the gitHub.
Build a µDelta
All the manual is in pdf, so before we publish it directly in the wiki format, please check the manual in this following address: µDelta_documentation
We published a Repetier-Host µDelta specialized plugin in order to enhance the calibration process. You can download the plugin (still in French but really easy to understand once you tried it): Software
Help and support
Hugo Flye, Thomas Batigne, Guilhem Peres, Antony Soury, Loïc Déchaseaux