mapleMaker Mini V2 3D Printer

By MiniMadRyan

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Mark Ellison
Mark Ellison
about 8 years
Do you have any pictures of test prints?
MiniMadRyan
MiniMadRyan
about 9 years
<p>Thanks! I'm still working on the dual extruder design. I've been working on rebuilding my other printer after a failure so haven't had much time, but it is coming!</p>
d0u8l3m
d0u8l3m
about 9 years
<p>Great design, I cant wait to start printing it and build my own. Have you continued work on the dual extruder for this printer at all? The initial design you had seemed really good.</p>
MiniMadRyan
MiniMadRyan
about 9 years
<p>Thanks for the kind comments, I really appreciate them! Regarding the build, the entire printer takes just under 1kg of filament. All of the parts were printed in PLA with no support, though they should print perfectly fine in ABS!</p>
TeeJ
TeeJ
about 9 years
<p>Great looking design! &nbsp;Two stupid questions: &nbsp;What's the ballpark on how much filament that it'll take to print the parts out? And is it designed to be printed in ABS or PLA?</p>
josephdelong
josephdelong
about 9 years
<p>Hi I am here after seeing the write up on hackaday. &nbsp;This printer is amazing! I am going to use this printer to teach a class on 3D printing. &nbsp;The printer is so well organized and designed. &nbsp;I had previously thought the Prusa printers had a lot of 3d printer parts; you completely blew their 3d printed part count out of the water. You should be <b>very</b> proud of what you have created here.</p>
MiniMadRyan
MiniMadRyan
about 9 years
<p>Thank you! I've updated the release to include several formats as well. I'll be exporting the individual components as well shortly!</p>
RickRap
RickRap
about 9 years
<p>This is FANTASTIC! Well done. I've d/l'd the files and look forward to making this beauty.&nbsp;</p><p>I have one suggestion: if you intend to allow people to manipulate the 3D files, I recommend you export to something generic such as STEP or Parasolid. The AutoCAD 3D models can only be used in current versions of AutoCAD or possibly current versions of SolidWorks. I have 2013 SW and these will not open.</p>

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