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Bill’s 3D 3nigma πŸπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ Aug 4
Back from camping. Now I need a few days to recuperate, and get back to printing and finish my
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Beam On Events Jul 27
Loud music and 3d printing, what better way to spend your saturday. @ Beam On Events
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Mike - Pixels to Prototype Aug 4
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Jeffrey Wright Aug 7
First parts for the LowRider2 by on the gMax 1.5XT+ w/ using Fire Engine Red Pro PLA. Used 30% infill w/3 top, bottom & shells at 40mm sec with 0.24mm layers. Now for annealing, thinking Hot Vegas Car for the day should do it.
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Thierry Deux Aug 7
More style push sticks cut on my . There's something about the look of wood burnt with a torch then clear coated that I really like. Not sure if it's the process or the overall look but it's satisfying. I'll be giving these away once I 3d print some inserts.
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Bill’s 3D 3nigma πŸπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ Jul 24
FronT cover for the electrical box on the Sorry for the crappy background but I'm running out of space.
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Greg Apr 3
Replying to @irblinx
The is my choice for easy entry into CNC. I’m downloading the parts to print now.
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Phillip Jul 26
How I spent my evening yesterday
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Thierry Deux Aug 8
Made these signs for a girls provincial softball tournament. I had to cut each in 3 passes on my because they exceeded my cutting area. Modeled and CAM'd in . I learned a lot on this project! The best part is our team took home the win!
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Bart Dring Apr 15
Replying to @alexwhittemore
The best drivers are probably TI DRV8825. They are 2.5A max per phase, but you won't run them that high on the NEMA17 motors in design.
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Ryan May 24
It's about the journey... hope you don't mind!
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Philip_thulin Apr 30
I had my with me at . Imo without a doubt the most bang for the buck CNC you can build. Hope to have some more projects done on this soon. The accessories I designed for it will be up on thingiverse soon.
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Jeffrey Wright Aug 8
This looks like a fun first project for the .... Building a Custom Guitar via
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Mike - Pixels to Prototype Jul 11
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Sam Smith Jul 27
Spent this afternoon assembling an gantry for large format ! I (Sam) assembled it all in about 3 hours, and all of the parts cost under $300! (I had some already, but it’s still incredibly cheap). I…
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Bill’s 3D 3nigma πŸπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ Jul 24
Electrical box for the MPCNC is done Next up load the electronics.
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Felix Reyes Aug 19
Some progress, I finally designed and printed the motors mounts
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cnc Jul 1
so much buzz for not enough for ?
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Mike - Pixels to Prototype Jun 17
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lekostomp Aug 1
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