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A cheap, snap-together, nearly screw-less 3D printer (reprap) design that minimizes use of non-printed parts. Current parts cost: about $216! That's including the cost of plastic used to print the parts!
Improves upon the Snappy v2.0 design in the following ways:
- Altered Z axis lifter design to use lifter screw rods with stabilizing rails.
- Weight of Z axis bridge is massively reduced by moving lifting motors to tower bottoms.
- Z axis wobble is significantly reduced.
- Increases vertical build volume to about 220mm.
- Z axis homing is now towards Z-min, with adjustable endstops.
Links of Interest
|Make||If you need to make changes and regenerate the model files, here's how.|
|BOM||Bill of Materials. Those parts you need to print or obtain to make a Snappy.|
|Assembly||Instructions on how to assemble the Snappy 3d printer.|