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TeeBotMax is a RepRap printer. Designed by Emmanuel Adetutu (Aka Teetopsy)
The files/ build instruction here are provided for you to print, build, experiment and evolve the design how you choose, please share your experiences and modifications and do let me know if you build one.
Thank you for your interest, please be aware and abide by the license all these files for the TeeBotMax folding printer are covered by - Attribution - ShareAlike Creative Commons V3 (CC BY-SA 3.0) - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
This License is not greatly restrictive at all, so please don't forget to attribute my work and acknowledge the work by others that this is built on.
Many open source designed 3D printer have inspired the design of TeeBotMax. Many thanks for sharing: to all the open source developers worldwide over.
- Special thanks to - Josef Prusa (Prusa I3), Emmanuel Gilloz (FoldaRap), Richard Horne (Richrap), Reifsnyderb (J head Hotend) just to mention a few.
If you wish to say hello or support me in building and developing more 3D printers and 3d models, you can source your parts/kits from The Netherlands here - 
YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtLCgHFCWepJoldmkR2L7lA
Please see www.reprap.org for information about the RepRap Projects. Please visit the RepRap forum - http://forums.reprap.org/
Build Instructions and files
All files will be made available on github
Almost any RepRap extruder can be mounted on TeeBotMax with little or no adaptation. The original TeeBotMax prototype used a TeeStruder. (Some extruders are designed to fit the Vertical X Axis Standard; what's the easiest way to mount them on a TeeBotMax?)
Modification and improvements
Thanks to early adopters, builders and the open-source community, following the initial release of the teebotmax files, I have received a lot of feedback most of the suggested improvements have now been implemented..
When folded the printer is about 40cm x 50cm x 25cm tall. All electronics mounted and secure under the printer.