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Discussion in '3D printers' started by Tazilla, Nov 15, 2015.

  1. Tazilla

    Tazilla Well-Known
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    Tazilla published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
  2. 3DMON

    3DMON Journeyman
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    Good looking build. It looks beefy.
     
  3. pilgrimek

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    hey what size nemas are u ruining on it because in trying to build some thing similar and im ruining in to problem with nema 23 runing on minimum voltage and im looking up to get some better motor controllers that have separate supply just finding how to wire it is a pain any one have ideas
     
  4. Tazilla

    Tazilla Well-Known
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    Pilgrimek, I'm using NEMA 17's with a 3D printed motor mount adapter to link it to the C-Beam.
     
  5. Tazilla

    Tazilla Well-Known
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    I will get around to posting more photos for this Blog, my build has been done and printing for months now.
     
  6. pilgrimek

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    if you could post some videos of printing and hows the speed ruining for you im planing to use 4 c beams and i was thinking nemas 23 would run nice and fast at max out voltage but if you run 17s i might think about that bcouse i cant find how to attache nema 23 motors to azteeg to run them at 40 volts
    would post some more info it would be lovely im trying to get some more references thanks
     

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