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[US] Fully assembled tuned and ready to print RepRap X2 dual extruding 3D printer S/N# x2_0203

Posted by dob71 
RepRap X2 is a dual extruding 3D printer. The hardware is based on Prusa's Mendel. Click here for an overview. Click here to find RepRap X2 on eBay.

The printer is shipped fully assembled and is ready to print pretty much out of the box. The detailed specs as well as the test prints pictures and videos are provided on the eBay listing pages.

The dual extrusion capable Marlin for X2 firmware is pre-loaded and pre-configured. The X2SW host software toolchain bundle can be installed in minutes and is pre-packaged with the custom profiles for the printer.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/31/2012 03:02AM by dob71.
The price has ben temporary dropped (throughout Nov 17-18 weekend).
But there are no for sale or? The links sure doesnt work..
What is the price then?
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Re: [US] Fully assembled tuned and ready to print RepRap X2 dual extruding 3D printer S/N# x2_0203
November 20, 2012 08:27AM
Try this one instead : [www.ebay.com]

Most of my technical comments should be correct, but is THIS one ?
Anyway, as a rule of thumb, always double check what people write.
Another RepRap X2 machine S/N# x2_0204 is ready and listed for sale on e-Bay: www.ebay.com
(thanks DeuxVis for the link that works reliably).
RepRap X2 S/N# x2_0205 has been listed on e-bay (http://www.ebay.com/sch/dob_71/m.html).
The machine has been tuned using X2SW v1.1.0.6 (http://github.com/dob71/x2swn/wiki). The software comes with generic profiles for printing at the layer height as low as 0.1mm.
See the e-bay listing for more details, videos and pictures of the machine and the test prints.

I was wondering if your extrude here has one or two motors?
Each extruder has its own motor. That machine was similar to the one pictured on top of the post (you can see the motors there).
Note that it was made a year ago. I'm currently using separate X-carriages for each hotend:
I couldn't find it in the specs; does this model have a heated bed?

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