So the Junkstrap is working „good enough“ now – after all that „Chuggington die-cast“ locomotive garage for my daughter took more than 9 hours to print and it worked. (This … Weiterlesen von The bottom line under all the Junk
The controller board was meant to stay the same of course. But that gave me more headache than everything else…
Even to print PLA a heated build platform is beneficial. And as I had read about repairing broken plastic parts with nichrome heating wire some time ago, I salvaged it … Weiterlesen von Heated Bed from junk
On my other printers (RoStrap as well als Sumpod) material feeding has always been one of the main causes of trouble. The „stock“ cold end on the Sumpod was especially … Weiterlesen von JunkStrap’s Extruder
To mount the X-carriages I already needed to mount the linear shafts for Y. As the normal linear (ball) bearings of the Sumpod were already digging into the shafts there, … Weiterlesen von JunkStrap Y-Axis on the X-one
After building the Z-lift onto an old worktop (where I could steep in the motor) it was time to attach those aluminium square tube profiles (alfer combitech) to the sides.
After discarding RoStrap in 2015 it took me more than a year to get the parts sorted and finally use them again. Nevertheless I just had to utilize this remains … Weiterlesen von JunkStrap, the bottom-up approach