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BldrBot Pro

Discussion in '3D printers' started by Keith Davis, Nov 13, 2014.

  1. Keith Davis

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    Keith Davis published a new build:

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  2. TechGirl

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    Hi Keith,
    I'm intrested in building a Bldrbot Pro to replace my Prusa i3. I can get all the dimentions for the printer from the .skp file, all the dimentions but one. In the pictures you state that the Z drive belts are closed loop belts from RobotDigg, my question is, what length are the belts?
    Regards
    Sally
     
  3. Keith Davis

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    Thanks for that Keith
     
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    Surprised this didn't get much attention. Any more updates? This machine is very logical to me. Would love to know if you've fleshed this put further.
    I too have been planning on using the double ended nema. It could also be used for the x or y gantries in an ultimaker type setup as well. I think the fabrikator from turnigy uses something similar for their y movement.
     
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    When I put the BOM together for this, it was more expensive than an alternate design I had. So I built the other one.
     

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