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This is a mostly printed 3D Printer very suitable for a hobbyist. Its an easy and cheap way to get into 3D printing.

This is a mostly printed 3D Printer very suitable for a hobbyist. Its an easy and cheap way to get into 3D printing.

Bill of Materials ishere. This is an inexpensive, but nicely functioning and robust 3D printer. Ive made it for around $250. This will use an Arduino Mega and a RAMPS board.

You do need access to a 3D printer and a CNC if you are going to hit that price target. In order to build this machine you first cut the frame using a CNC. Alternatively from thesite, there is a linked site that does produce nice high quality frames and parts bundles that you can order.

I believe its more fun to build it all myself.

Once the frame is cut, you need to print out all the parts for the printer. Yes, that does mean you need a 3D printer to build this one. I just put the 3D print head on the CNC I had finished up previously.

Once the parts are printed, use the pictures on the provided web site (or in the gallery) to put all the pieces together.

In the case that you get stuck, post a comment here or in the forums on thewebsite and those of us that have built this will help you out.

Prep the thermistor in the heated bed a day before assembly!

Put bearings in all the pieces first. 1 bearing in each piece for the bed, 2 in all the rest except for the piece that holds the extruder which gets 3 (two on top, one on bottom).

Put the end stop screws and end stops onto the plastic pieces. Pictures on the web site are adequate to see how that works. Pictures in the gallery are also probably fine.

Put bearings in the plastic pieces. Pictures are adequate again.

Assemble the frame (corners and motor blocks and gantry) Check for square

Put motor mounts and pulley for the bed on the frame.

Put the plastic piece that holds the timing chain on the bed.

* Make sure that it aligns with the motor and pulley pieces. *

Put the end pieces on one end of the rods for the bed.

Other end pieces on those same rods.

Put the bed on the frame check for square

Build the x axis. this uses the longest two rods into the plastic pieces and the carriage onto the rods. Put the timing chain on at this point too as it will be easier. Make sure the brass nuts are also put on at this point.

Put the top of the y axis rods on the frame if you didnt already.

Put the x axis on the y axis rods. Put the y axis rods into the mounts at the top of the gantry, slide them up and then down into the motor mounts at the bottom.

Slide the threaded rods down through the brass nuts and lock them into the steppers. Check for square.

Bottom timing chain set the end stop screw lengths now. make sure that they touch at the appropriate points.

Mount extruder (and wire it if necessary)

Power up and initial movement test home it.

Print/install boxes, covers, and wire ties as desired.

For the thermistor in the bed I used a high temperature silicon gasket compound and let it dry overnight. Do this in advance. I also wired in a power switch for the whole unit. I recommend doing this as well.

Since I have an MPCNC, I put two 8 pin DIN circular plugs on the extruder (one of the plugs for extruder power, the other plug for two fans and the thermistor) This lets me move the extruder back and forth with minimal effort. I cut a wooden block and mounted the DINs into that and glued it to the frame next to where the ramps is mounted in order to facilitate easy transfer back and forth.

The mk3 bed uses 4 screws and not 6. Get one inch ones.

The wire bundle I have is pretty big. You MAY want to trim a long section of the stepper wires out if you dont like large bundles. I dont mind and I left them.

I recommend using shrink tube on all connections when you solder them. I usually run my printer through a Raspberry Pi using repeater server and if you do the same, you may need to flash the speed down to 128k baud from 250k.

Finally, I decided that I needed a bit more light for the printer. I used another toggle switch, a couple feet of strip LEDs and glued it along the inside of the gantry. Theres plenty of power available from the RAMPS board and basic power supply that I had, so just wire into one of the existing 12v outputs to power the lights.

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MakerBots Thingiverse 3D printing library is getting a print-on-demand button

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MakerBots Thingiverse 3D printing library is getting a print-on-demand button

If you own a 3D printer and are looking for designs, theres a good chance youve come across the Thingiverse library. Run by MakerBot, the company behind the Replicator line of 3D printers, its estimated to have over 700,000 user-created designs. That includes everything from action figures, jewelry, gadgets like aDIY Game Boy, experiments like anendlessly growingKatamari Damacyball, and random household items likepickle tongs.

But while theyve been getting cheaper, home 3D printers are far from common. For most people, theres no reason to browse the Thingiverse other than random curiosity. Its easier to get actual objects from an online market like Shapeways, which lets designers make their projects on high-end 3D printers and sell finished items to customers. Now, though, MakerBot is trying to make its catalog friendlier by partnering with global printer-sharing service 3D Hubs.

Files are free, but designers can ask for a tipFounded in 2013, 3D Hubs lets people who own 3D printers offer their services to local customers, taking a cut of their sales. Under the partnership, Thingiverse designers can offer a get this printed button that will let visitors order it through 3D Hubs. The files themselves are free, but designers can ask for donations.

Technically, this was all possible before the partnership. Thingiverse designs can all be downloaded for free, and from there, it wouldnt be hard to simply take the file and find a printer on 3D Hubs. Right now, its clearly still geared toward people who know what they want; clicking the buttonon the designfor a folding fidget cube took me to a long page of unexplained file names and suggested a $31,000 wax printing option. But in time, it could make the process simpler and more foolproof. If nothing else, it reminds people that 3D printing can make things for everyone, not just hardcore tinkerers.

For now, a handful of popular designers can offer printing options for their creations, includingpractical toolmaker Walter Hsiaoand themore aesthetically focuseddesign studio Nervous System. The buttons will be rolling out over the course of this morning. In the future, theyll be coming to a second wave of designers, and a spokesperson from MakerBot says that this print-on-demand option will eventually be available to everyone.

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A Review of 3D Printing Services Shapeways 3D Hubs and Makerbot In-Store Printing (for PX4 and Pixhawk mounts

This review compares three 3D printing services available to me in the New York City area, all of them local and two of them able to ship. I had them all print a set of anti-vibration mounts for the awesome PX4 and Pixhawk flight controllers from 3D Robotics. The cost of the service and the quality of the output differed more than I expected, and I wanted to share my findings here.To summarize, I got the highest quality result, best service, and almost the best cost too, from Shapeways. while I liked the (very slightly) lower cost and great service offered by 3D Hubs, the quality of output wasnt quite on par with Shapeways, though it was still very good. Both the Shapeways and 3D Hubs prints were set up mostly on-line, and both were painless.On the other hand, Makerbots new in-store 3D printing service was the worst, being not only the most expensive of the three (50% more than Shapeways) and the most time-consuming to set up, but also producing the worst results. I definitely do not recommend getting anything printed in-store at Makerbot.Overall, Id say Shapeways was the best, and they have my strongest recommendation. However, unless you live near their facility in Long Island City, you have to wait additional time for the print to be shipped to you. Given that, for jobs needing faster turnaround for which youre willing to physically go somewhere to pick up the print, I recommend 3D Hubs.After getting rid of my unreliable and unsafe DJI NAZA flight controller, I have switched to the ArduCopter software running on the PX4 platform, and Im a happy customer. Neither the PX4 nor the Pixhawk comes with internal vibration dampening for the sensors, so to use them on multirotors you have to provide your own vibration isolation. I started out using MoonGel, which works but is messy. Then I discovered these awesome Omnimac 3D printed anti vibration mounts:Heres what the mounts look like fully assembled, here supporting my PX4FMU with PX4IO board. The mount shown here is the one printed by Sylvia via 3D Hubs (the cheapest of the three).

ReviewsI had all three services print four parts, two for the PX4 mount and two for the Pixhawk mount.ShapewaysCost: $42.59 (+$7.08 for 2-day UPS shipping had I not picked it up) inc. tax; would have been as low as $32 without the authors mark-upPricing: by volumeOrder placed: Friday 3/21/2014Ready for pickup: Tuesday 3/25/2014 (or delivered on Thursday 3/27/2014)Total time: 4 calendar days, 2 business days (+ 2 for shipping)Printer: SLS, white strong + flexibleShapeways was the easiest order to place, because the mounts have already been uploaded on their website by the author, Guy McCaldin (see). Guy charges $5 more (per mount) than the normal Shapeways cost because hes raising money for a trip to Africa, so the true cost is likely around $32, and I confirmed this using Shapeways pricing tools.If you are in NYC you can pick up your parts directly from their production facility in Long Island City, which is what I did (and they refunded the shipping costs). I got to meet their very friendly and helpful customer service reps and see their awesome, and rapidly expanding, facilities. If youre not, youd have to wait additional time for shipping.I was very pleased by the quality of the results from Shapeways. The parts are perfectly smooth and the fine details of the mounts show clearly (notice the tiny arrow on one piece). The cost was reasonable, being between the low price of 3D Hubs and the extortionate rate of Makerbot. The service was also very fast – just 2 business days in this case – and the CSRs told me apparently if your model is straightforward, not too big or complex, and is likely to print perfectly the first time, the actual lead time can be much lower than the ~1 week quoted on the website.Heres the box that my models were packed in:

Inside the box, I found two professional-looking zip-lock bags protecting the two mounts.

Here are the pieces. They are absolutely flawless.

3D HubsCost: $24.56 inc. taxPricing: by volume, + start-up costOrder placed: Friday 3/21/2014Ready for pickup: Monday 3/24/2014Total time: 3 calendar days, 1 business dayPrinter: Makerbot Replicator 2For just $7 less than Shapeways, I had the same models printed via the 3D Hubs service, which connects owners of desktop 3D printers with people who want to print. There are 59 print hubs registered in New York, and I chose one with good pricing and reviews (see).I was very impressed by how smooth the process was. The models were checked by 3D Hubs before being sent to Sylvia, and within 1 business day I got an email telling me my parts were ready to be picked up. Sylvia was very friendly, and the print came out perfect. Shed already cleaned it up for me, removing the rafts and supports that the models were printed on. I was very impressed.Of course, desktop 3D printers cant produce the same high quality of output as a professional SLS printer. All the surfaces are rough, and the curves in the corners arent smooth, as you can see here. For this job, smoothness really doesnt matter, so these parts are perfectly usable.

Makerbot NYCCost: $59.88 inc. taxPricing: by timeOrder placed: Saturday 3/22/2014Ready for pickup: Monday 3/24/2014Total time: 2 calendar days, 1 business dayPrinter: Makerbot Replicator 2Makerbot launched their in-store 3D printing service back in December 2013, just 3 months ago as of the time of writing.This was the most expensive of the three services. They charge by print time. With rafts, these models took 4 hours to print, for which they charge $55. Only one of the parts really needed supports and rafts, but their Makerbot software forces either all the parts to print with rafts and supports, or none of them. The staff tried to split the job into one print of one part with rafts and supports, which would have taken 2 hours, then a separate print of the remaining three parts with no rafts or supports, which would have taken an hour. However, for this they would have charged $35 for 2 hours printing + $20 for 1 hour, for a total of… yes, $55, exactly the same price as 4 hours despite taking only a little over half the time.The process to get the print started in the store was slow. I had to fill in the same form on paper, and then also on an iPad, and sign T&Cs. I had to bring the models in on an SD card. Just discussing raft and support options, and the implications on the price, etc., took an additional 30 minutes or so, not least because we had to wait several minutes for the Makerbot software to export to find out how long each proposed print would take. Once everything was set up though, the actual turn-around time of 2 calendar days wasnt too bad, and they called when it was ready to pick up.When I got the parts, I immediately discovered that they hadnt removed the rafts and supports. Apparently they dont do that for the customer because they dont want to take the risk that they break something, which is fair enough – but customers cannot be expected to be experts on removing these things. Heres what I received:

It took me an additional hour to remove the rafts and supports. The staff told me I could just break them off with my fingers, but that was far, far from the truth. I had to use a Stanley knife, and it was a painstaking process. Worse, I broke one of the parts into four pieces, as you can see below. I have tried to glue them back together, but without success – the part remains fragile. The mount on the left was essentially a loss.

Furthermore, removing the supporting material left a very rough surface. Compare the smooth Shapeways print (left) to the Makerbot store print (right), and you can see just how rough it is. Its not unusable, but its close. I wasnt given any instructions or tools for smoothing away the remnants of the supports.

I definitely would not recommend getting anything printed in-store at Makerbot.

Was 3D hubs done with ABS filament? And yikes at that makerbot quality. I would never sell a print that looked that terrible.

Comment bylloydmon March 25, 2014 at 11:22pm

The 3D Hubs print
was done using PLA filament, as was the Makerbot store print. And I agree, nor would I, especially for that price.

Comment byJethro Hazelhurston March 26, 2014 at 12:35am

Wow! The rest look pro, but Makerbot definitely gave an amateur performance there. Selective laser sintering definitely gives a better finish compared to filament deposition.

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DistributorComment byRC Tech.seon March 26, 2014 at 3:08am

I cannot understand how Makerbot choose raft and support material for a PLA print (and why they even choose PLA in the first place). It is impossible to remove compared to ABS which is easy to tear off. I willthrow down the gauntlet here and make an attempt for a good ABS print tonight.

I much prefer 3D printing. Much more economical and local. You get to work directly with local 3D printers in your area.

DistributorComment byRC Tech.seon March 26, 2014 at 10:32am

Printed in Iris flavored ABS (No support needed, rafts removed in 30 secs)

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Matthew: You can PM me your adress and i will ship them to you for inspection 🙂

DistributorComment byRC Tech.seon March 26, 2014 at 10:37am

Yes, it needs some cleaning up but that is beyond the scope of this experiment

Looks great! Nice work. Ill PM you my address. What printer did you use?

This is why 3D Hubs is the Official 3D Printing Service ! 🙂

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@Mattew: I use a Wanhao Duplicator 4X

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When Arc Hub first introduced 3D printing into the Kingdom in 2013, the company hoped that the technology would not only inspire creative minds, but also provide manufacturers the ability to mass produce on a cheaper budget.

Now, four years later, it appears that the companys vision of widespread 3D printing remains far ahead of its time as the firm subsists on education and training seminars.

The market for 3D printing is very small in Cambodia, [and] 3D printing is usually used for one-off projects, said Ki How Tran, co-founder of Arc Hub. Its not as sustainable as we thought it would be before.

Arc Hub has had to alter its business expectations to stay afloat financially. While originally hiring three designers to create 3D projects and intending to hire more as business picked up, the company now has only one designer on staff.

When we first started the company, we thought designing would be the main service we would offer. But most of the companies in Cambodia have their own designers on staff already, said Ki How. Now were moving more into education, because its more sustainable as a business model.

With its focus now on teaching, Arc Hub has started working with more than 10 local schools to provide classes on design and technology. Students pay for the classes and the materials, and in turn they are taught how to design products and are encouraged to forge into new industries.

Em Chanrithykol, an entrepreneur who launched DoyDoy, a toy company that uses 3D printing to create connectors for plastic straw erector sets, said that Arc Hubs education was pivotal in giving him the tools to run his business.

Before the entrepreneurship class I took [at Arc Hub], I had the idea for my business but it wasnt really clear, he said. I learned about 3D printing and I learned the business model, and those skills allowed me to start my own.

Still, despite DoyDoys success in the toy market, there remain stumbling blocks to 3D printing being widely accepted in Cambodia.

It can be costly to use 3D printing, and it is a bit slow in comparison to mass production, explained Chanrithykol. But 3D printing is accessible here now and you dont have to go far for it. People should learn that.

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This is Cambodias first public makerspace, which means people come here, pay a membership, and have access to our tools and machines, explained Ki How, adding that all paying members must attend a free workshop to learn how to use the machines and tools the company has to offer.

Were trying to put Cambodia first, said Ki How, And the best way to do that is by teaching skills to the young people in this country.

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This 4-port USB sharing switch allows up to 4 computers to share a single USB device or share multiple USB devices through a USB hub. Supports all USB devices such as USB printer, USB scanner, USB sto…

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USB 2.0 mini switch with 2 USB 2.0 type B ports. Ideal to share a printer or scanner between 2 computers or Laptops etc. Share One Printer Between Two PCs! USB 2.0 Mini Manual Share Switch – 2 Way.

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2 Port Auto USB Sharing Switch Selector Box 2 Computers to 1 Printer Scanner. This USB sharing switch is to share a USB device like printer, scanner, HDD storage, etc for two computers via USB connect…

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Tired of wasting precious time switching cables around while working with multiple computers?. Have a work laptop but find it difficult to print needed reports at home due to out of reach cables?. Thi…

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Switch buttons in push-button form displayed on the front of the switch for each access for switching from computer to computer. Share one USB device between four computers without manually switching …

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