Printrbot LC kit - Up and running

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Printrbot LC kit - Up and running

Postby allanonmage » 2013-Feb-Wed-23-Feb

This is up and running pretty good, though it seems there's plenty of room for tuning.

I've added 2 fan mounts, cardboard under the bed, glass on top, and a second PSU to power just the heated bed (controlled by a relay).

This is the extruder mount:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:45735

This is the other one:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24545
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Started with a Printrbot LC Kit; now it's a monster as big as a mid size fridge!
Single ATX Power supply, 650 watts, relay controlled heat bed
extra Z height (3+ ft) via longer rods, but I don't use it. Yet. To reduce wobble, I'm using thing:46082 under the Printrbot.
Dual heated beds, 1 currently working; space for a 3rd
Purple gluestick on glass seems to be sticky enough to get adhesion
FB album with pics: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set ... ec287e8726

This was supposed to be a tool, not a series of projects... grrrrr......
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Re: Printrbot LC kit - Up and running

Postby allanonmage » 2013-Feb-Wed-23-Feb

More pics. They didn't fit in the OP.
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Started with a Printrbot LC Kit; now it's a monster as big as a mid size fridge!
Single ATX Power supply, 650 watts, relay controlled heat bed
extra Z height (3+ ft) via longer rods, but I don't use it. Yet. To reduce wobble, I'm using thing:46082 under the Printrbot.
Dual heated beds, 1 currently working; space for a 3rd
Purple gluestick on glass seems to be sticky enough to get adhesion
FB album with pics: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set ... ec287e8726

This was supposed to be a tool, not a series of projects... grrrrr......
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