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This is the very first version of the Ulticampy 3D printer, fully functional.
It's an inexpensive 3D printer that you can build, more robust and reliable than a Prusa or a Mendel. Also, you can close it completely to minimize noise and keep the heat inside.
It has a very clean aesthetic thanks to the fact that nuts are embedded within the panels, giving it a clean and commercial look.
Printing speeds are considerable higher than any Prusa or Mendel.
You can build it in a single or double extruder version, the filament thrusting method is a bowden system that saved us axis weight, that way we can use 6mm rods to enhance the printing speed without imperfections.
Printing size for a double extruder is ~200x220x200(mm). If we use a smaller central carriage with a single extruder the printing size is ~225x235x200(mm).
The Ulticampy uses the Z axis self-leveling system implemented in the last Marlin firmware, this helps us prevent continuous calibration of the Z axis endstops.
The bronze bushings for the X and Y axis movement don't need a lot of maintenance, thus improving reliability and overall maintenance compared to linear bearings.
Ulticampy Version 2
More BIG, more fast and reliable
Ulticampy Version 1
Ulticampy 3D Printer
Video of the printer running (Youtube):