Ultimaker 2 Aluminum Extrusion 3D Printer

By jasonatepaint

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dintid
dintid
over 8 years
Youmagine is very bad on IE, mobile and laptops (mine and the ones I've tried anyways)... just so slow and heavy to drag around, while thingiverse is fast and works on all platforms... Might be the reason why stuff is being moved over there!
Bearwood
Bearwood
over 8 years
Yeah, that looks right. Most of the action for this printer is over on Thingiverse ..... unfortunately.
Andy Hendriks
Andy Hendriks
over 8 years
Just to check i have the correct idea about the frame, you have these extrusions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1KQgVvDMdvARy1tZndjX0QxV3c/view?usp=sharing And put the frame together like this; https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1KQgVvDMdvASnJZUkdvbHVXd00/view?usp=sharing Using the printed parts and/or tapped holes in the extrusion ends?
EdV
EdV
over 8 years
This is great thanks man, I am building one right now using E3D and cheap heatbed. I'll send some pictures when done
vaques
vaques
almost 9 years
Genius! I want one! Do you plan to enclose the structure in order to print ABS with no external thermal interferences? I'm afraid that PLA parts can suffer with a enclosure and heated bed at 100 °C after hours of printing...otherwise I should print all parts with abs and it's no easy
Bearwood
Bearwood
almost 9 years
Nice rendition! I'm not seeing the cover at the back of the print platform in the stl files, do you have the stl for that, please?
jasonatepaint
jasonatepaint
almost 9 years
<p>There's a conversation going on in the comments on the "other" 3D thing site.&nbsp;</p><p>The nuts, in the updated BOM, point to china-made nuts that match the Misumi pre-assembly nuts.... for price savings only. The quality isn't as good (a few bad nuts), but they are 1/4 the cost. They both are made to fit the Misumi extrusions in the BOM. The extrusions are designed for 5mm screws, but you can use the 5-3mm version so you can use 3mm screws instead. Makes the printer much lighter.</p>
dintid
dintid
almost 9 years
<p>Been planning to make a go at this super clone and started looking into the Aluminium Extrusion pieces from your BOM.</p><p>The bars are type 5 but the nuts are for type 6 - are they freely interchangeable?<br>I can see the center hole in 5 is round, while the 6 is Square. 6 also looks thinner in general, so Wonder if the nuts for type 6, fits in the type 5 tubes?</p>

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