RoStrap

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RoStrap

Release status: working

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Bootstrapped Delta Printer
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Intro

This RepStrap was an experiment: What is the minimum you need to bootstrap yourself a printer good enough to enhance, improve and update itself? I asked myself in 2013. At best it would be built with a cordless drill, but in the end I had to use a drill press form time to time. First thouhts were only to use (alienated) standard parts, wrought material etc., but mercifully eBay had enough more specific items for me. :-)

First step

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My first tentative steps included destroying and re-builiding the nozzle.

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Second step

Once print speeds were reasonable, the heated mirror in place and calibration as good as it got the tinkered parts were replaced with printed ones.


It is -by now- documented at burningbecks.wordpress.com and this page will be updated to at least a fact sheet soon.

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