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Filament guide V2youmagine.com
simple part that sits under the power connector, allowing you to run the filament under the cord and stop the annoying squeaking noises of the filament rubbing against the feeder.Added a tab that goes under the printer to take the stress if the filament spool gets tangled.
Dear friends!This is my model + build of my iteration of the popular Prusa i3 Single frame 3D printer. I also claim that this is the most accurate 3D model of it on the Internet. :) Feel free to comment, criticize, advise, etc.Also, the hot-end is my design, but in the build I bought it on Internet. I don't test my hot-end design yet. :) I hope that I will be able to make it soon.Best regards!P.S. I made some changes and added a PSU on the right side of the frame. The 3D model of the PSU is from here -> Switching Power Supply NES 350  so all of the credits for the PSU goes to it's autor.EDIT: I forgot to mantion that the Electronics model is not mine as well! I downloaded from here, but I can't remember it's autor! So all of the credits for the RAMPS and Arduino boards are going to their autors in GrabCAD!==================UPDATE 9/2015Added my smart controller box's (from thingiverse) stls.Added my compact bowden extruder (self build, self printed) for 3mm filament. My J-head hotend is compatible with the fitting, needed for a PTFE tube, so I'll be able to make it to work on my printer, as well.Added my improved Z-axis threaded rods coupler for M5 nuts.This weekend I'll make the cable management (finally!!!). I ordered (from ebay) an aluminium building plate and an inductive sensor for autobed leveling, so...keep an eye on that project that I'm constantly improving! :) https://grabcad.com/library/switching-power-supply-nes-350
Notched Bronze Bushing Holder for Prusacommunity.shapedo.com
I found a local source for bronze bushing, but they are too big for anything already here on TV, and they have a notch on the side to boot, so I designed a replacement. These bushings come off of various laser printers and copy machines. Might not be too difficult to come across when dumpster diving.
Hanging Filament Spool Holderyoumagine.com
3DRmega - the BIG RepRap Delta printeryoumagine.com
For more info take a look at this blog post - http://richrap.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/3d-printers-big-printers-small-printers.html Outline (new) spec-Bigger Motors - NEMA 23'sBigger Drivers - Dedicated 3A 128microstep (prototype used normal Ramps and drivers)Bigger Electronics - The great ARM based Smoothie board is being used for the (new) prototype.Bigger Rods and Frame (10mm Rods and 30mm Aluminium box-section)Bigger Printed parts - most parts are 100+mm is size (total printed parts weight is just under 2KG)Bigger Print head / multiple / materials / feeds etc.A set of 3DRmega 3D printed frame parts, just under 2Kg of filament used for these, they are also designed to minimize warp and maximise adhesion to the build platform.The carriages snap-fit onto LM10UU Linear bearings and are running on 10mm smooth stainless steel rods, just like 3DR but bigger and stronger.The arms are made from carbon fiber tent poles, cut to size and have an all metal universal ball joint fitted to each end. This allows the center carriage to move in any direction as each arm moves up and down.Like the nano, but unlike the standard 3DR I have mounted the Motors at the top, this allows much more freedom for the design and flexibility of printing on almost any surface.Design files! - where are the design files - hang on a little, I'll get them all up as soon as I can. http://richrap.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/3d-printers-big-printers-small-printers.html
ZYYX Spool Holder For Side Placement - STL - 3D CAD model - GrabCADgrabcad.com
When i rearranged my printers at home my ZYYX printer ended up in a corner and suddenly changing spools became cumbersome. So i designed a spoolholder to mount on the side of the machine to simplify changing spools.The handle will snap in place and the spoolholder itself which is positioned to the left of the handle is mounted just as the regular spoolholder on the back.Be aware that if you are using the filament detector this might cause problems, i might add some more parts later to deal with this.While this is designed to be mounted on the printers right side, you can easily mirror it and make a left side verion.www.danielnoree.com  http://www.danielnoree.com
Filament Guide Ultimaker 2youmagine.com
The Stilt goes through the hole. Glue the Stilt into the Plate. Then put the Roller on the Stilt - it should move freely. Put the Top on the end of the Stilt - done. Print each part speratly so you don't get spilkes from the retraction. I printed mine with PLA, 210°C, 75 Bed, 50mm/s, 0.1 Layer Height, 0.3 initial Layer height and 100% infill.Happy printing!
Ultimaker Replacement Electronics Fanyoumagine.com
This is a replacement for the noisy, low quality electronics fan that comes with the Ultimaker Original.The supplied fan has some well documented problems with its bearings - they get noisy and need regreasing from time to time. Mine started making a lot of noise and didn't seem to be completely repairable, so I designed this.This design uses two 40mm fans (I used these: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BF3S83C ) and only replaces the original fan. That means there's no need to print a whole new cover plate.The two parts of this design need to be glued together and then attached to the wooden cover plate with a small self-tapping screw (or you can use a through-hole screw and nut if you want). http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BF3S83C
Tiny Kossel 3D printer model3dsha.re
E3D Chimera / Cyclops Mount w/ Servo & Cooling Fan for Prusa i3 Rework X carriage.youmagine.com
This has been replaced with an openscad design, which is constistenly being updated. For the time being I am hosting it only at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1141659 I wish youmagine had an openscad customizer... I would really prefer to host it here.This is my X Carriage mount for the awesome E3D Chimera / Cyclops hotend. It includes a mount for a print cooling fan as well as a Z Probe Servo mount and Z Probe arm. I started out with another mount but found it didn't quite fit what I was looking for. So I gutted it and built a new one using the chimera hole pattern from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:603881 . This mount adds a print cooling fan, nut traps across the board, moves the Z Probe Servo mount to a better position that doesn't interfere with X movement and centralizes the mass a bit more. This also puts the Z probe endstop switch very close to the Y and Z axis of the extruder tip. Effective fan shroud designs is an art... I commend those of you who do it well the first time round. I currently have about 40 hours into the fan design.. UPDATE: Fan Mount 6 for 50mm fan has been added. It increases the size of the opening, less blowback and relocates the nozzle to avoid melting on the hot end. Please test it and let me know how it works.UPDATE 2: I am working on a modification to use blower fans. First will be the 75mm x 30mm and then a 50mm x 15mm. Coming soon!X carriage mount uses m4 screws and nuts. Servo mount uses m3 screws and nuts. Z Probe uses m2 screws and nuts. All STL files are netfabb fixed and print cleanly without a fan. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1141659 http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:603881