With it's "Sells" Mendel and Prusa Mendel design RepRap collected a lot of knowledge. It's about time to put this experience onto a white sheet of paper and to do a new design from the ground up.
Another experience is with Generation 7 Electronics, which is designed to be as replicatable as possible and has slightly better specifications than other electronics. Still it wasn't widely accepted for this. The conclusion is, replicatability doesn't play a major role in the RepRap community and a new design should put more emphasis on low cost, than on printability.
Status: See to the right ==>>
It's so brand new, even the cover sheet is still virtual.
|Wooden frame, wood screws||$20|
|Drawer sliders or LM8UUs + rods||$40|
As resolution, software, firmware and extruder is the same as that of a Mendel, there is no doubt this will print just as accurate as a Mendel.
That's it, for now. Let's fire up the CAD.