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Forget machine parts and iPhone cases, the Dutch are thinking much bigger by using a 20-foot-tall 3D printer to create whole rooms that can be assembled into unique, customized houses.

A nighttime view of The KamerMaker, or room builder, a 20-foot high 3D printer thats helping its owners construct a completely 3D-printed home in Amsterdam.

Till now, 3D printing has been used to create relatively small items — everything fromiPhone casestoprosthetic fingerstoaircraft partsandalien shoes. But none of those projects are a match for the full-size house Dutch architects have begun building in Amsterdam using a 20-foot-tall 3D printer.

The project, known simply as the3D Print Canal House, uses a super-sized version of the popular in-home 3D printer made by Ultimaker. Dutch architectural firmDuscommissioned the machine when it decided to take the scale-model rooms it was already 3D-printing and turn them into the real thing.

We bought a container from the Internet and we transformed it into one of the biggest printers on this planet, said Dus co-founder Hans Vermeule in a video (below) about the project.

The printer is called KamerMaker, which means room builder, and thats exactly what it does — construct a series of rooms that can be basically snapped together to form an entire house.

Thus far, the printer has produced a corner of the house with a partial staircase attached. The piece weighed about 400 pounds. The building blocks that are currently being produced, and take about a week each to print, have a honeycombed internal structure that will eventually be filled with a foam that reaches a concrete-like hardness, lending support and weight to the finished house, according to anAssociated Press report.

The architects see multiple benefits to 3D-printing a house, aside from the possibilities of near-limitless customization. For the first time in history, over half of the worlds population is living in cities, Vermeulen said. We need a rapid building technique to keep up the pace with the growth of the megacities. And we think 3D printing can be that technique.

Hedwig Heinsman, another of Dus co-founders, adds that there are environmental benefits to be gained as well. We can recycle waste materials into useable materials, and eliminate the transportation costs of moving building materials, she said.

The home-building site is currently open to the public, which can see the printer in action for €2.50 (about $3.50). The entire house will take about three years to finish and will be opened as design museum when it is done. I think they should fill it with nothing but3D-printed furniturewhen its ready!

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How to Custom Size a 3D Printing Nozzle

This tutorial will work for any desktop filament-based 3D printer where you can swap out the metal hotend of the nozzle. I did it for an Ultimaker 1+

Its costs less than $30 and only takes a few minutes of work.

Default nozzles are .4mm diameter. But if you are printing large objects, it takes forever. The easy way to print large things faster is to use a nozzle with a wider diameter. Like .8mm or 1mm. It means you can print thicker shells and infill and also use thicker layer settings. Its really useful for printing solid things and hollow things with thicker walls. The great part of your prints being larger and heavier is that they will feel more like real household objects. You can make vases that really feel like vases and it will only take 2 or 3 hours instead of the whole day. This is also a great trick for printing large sculpture parts.

$14 for 5 nozzles is a pretty good deal. Its good to have some extra because you can make a variety of different sizes.

About $9 and you get a whole range of diameters under 1mm.

Thats it. If your 3D printer uses steel nozzles you might need a power drill to go with the drill bits, but the brass is a soft metal and its easier to use the hand drill.

Open the box of drill bits slowly so they dont all fall out of the sorted box. If they all fall out, youll have to use some digital calipers to find the right sized bit.

.8mm and 1mm are pretty common because then your printer doesnt have to make 2 passes for the outer wall.

Note that you might want to choose the drill bit that is slightly smaller than your desired size since its easy for it to take away a bit extra material when you are drilling.

Mount the drill bit in the hand drill. Line up the drill bit with the existing hole in the nozzle. Apply a little pressure and spin the hand drill until it goes through. Its pretty easy since theres already a hole to start with.

Replace your existing nozzle with your new nozzle.

Usually this means you need to remove any filament in the printer, and then use a socket wrench while the nozzle is still hot to remove it. You might need an additional wrench or pliers to hold your heat block while unscrewing the nozzle.

Screw on the new nozzle. Usually you can use your fingers before it heats up too much and then tighten with the socket wrench.

Change the print settings in your slicer. You will need to update nozzle size, shell thickness, and layer height.

You can print at .3mm and .4mm layer height with no problem. In the screencap showing the Cura slicer, you can see that printing a giant version of Virtoxs Julia Vase will take 3 hours. Normally this print would be about 5 hours and have slightly thinner walls. If you are printing with infill, the time benefit is even greater. A thicker nozzle can decrease time by 75% for print jobs with at least 20% infill.

Of course geometry of the thing you are printing matters. Retraction doesnt work as well with thicker nozzles, so thats a bit limiting.

You might need to adjust temperature and flow rate slightly when printing. I did find that the changes are more dramatic if you go over 1mm nozzle diameter. I made a 1.5mm nozzle, and it extruded material so fast that the difficulty was cooling each layer before the next. So you might need a desktop fan aimed at your printer to help it along.

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Biggest 3D printer in New Zealand(self.newzealand)

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Hey all. Anyone know whether there is a 3d printer in new Zealand capable of printing 1m x 1m x 40cm? Ive heard Weta Workshop has a big one. Will need a design printed at some stage this year. Need to know cost/location. Thanks!

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Damn thats going to be pricey. What materiel do you need it in? Can it be printed in several pieces?

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Something like rigid ABS. Needs to be one piece as the structure has a number of pipes (~20) which will need to handle peak pressure of 150kPa.

2 points3 points4 points2 years ago(1 child)

Good luck 3D printing plastic to take that kinda pressure. The layers will probably just blow apart

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Well, in theory it shouldnt but weakest link and all that.

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I dont know of any place that has a printer that size but if any place does it would be weta. Why 3d printing?

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Proof of concept. If all goes well Ill need 26 million of them ~ doubt itd be cheaper to with traditional fabrication given the volume of components the single print combines.

How much would it cost dya reckon?

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If you are talking about volumes of 26M pieces shouldnt you be doing a bit more legwork yourself or hiring a genuine expert?

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Were nowhere near that stage – thats just where the research is aiming. This is literally day 1 for the purposes of a prototype.

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Good luck with your research and design process!

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Thanks man! Fingers crossed by the end of the year Ill have crude feasibility established.

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You could probably make a custom printer for the cost of 1 print. It will cost a lot, have you tried putting it through shapeways website? Might give you somewhat of an idea

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Dont have the design yet, just concept.

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Nope. Curious person putting together a funding application for research ~ and need this line item to be priced.

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Oh. I should mention that the volume is predominantly hollow. Say around 90% hollow depending on strength requirements.

So: 100 * 100 * 40 * $0.13 = $52,000 is the raw maths? Is this what you mean by insanely expensive? By weight it would only cost $200 in materials.

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It needs to be functional as a production unit. So, a scale model doesnt work so well for testing purposes.

Surely if someone has a 3D printer here it wouldnt be cheaper to 3D print it using the same printer in Asia then ship it here. Shipping sucks for large items.

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Okay, so youre wanting to 3d print cavities that act as pipes that can handle that pressure, or the pipes go in later? Very very hard to advise given the lack of info but I understand things are a bit secret squirrel at the moment. There are some talented fabricators around depending on what materials you need to work with. If metal is an option, check outMace Engineeringthough they may be trading as hydroworks now. Used to work there and they made some amazing stuff. With foundry and 5 axis cnc they can make virtually anything.

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Cavities that act as pipes. Ill check them out. Thanks.

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Dont know if New Zealand has anything like that. Agree with above suggestion. Ask WETA that could probably point you in the right direction. We sell a lot of 3d printers and outsource a lot of printing. I can ask around and see what can be done. are you able to PM me something ?

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Try cant remember the width of the unit but it was at least 1m high. You pay based on time so it will no doubt be a expensive print. You might be better of to CNC it or CNC a mold for a fibreglass prototype.

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CNC wouldnt work – too many complex hollow sections. The mold option might work, but, there would be upwards of 20 components to the mold which would make that expensive.

Best guess on the 3D print cost? 1m x 1m x 40cm – 90% hollow.

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3D printing takes a shitload of time. And just because the end structure is 90% hollow, doesnt mean you wont burn through the plastic since you need to build support structures in your print (which later break away). You cant just start printing in mid air, Newton would have something to talk to you about if you could! I imagine something the size of 1m cubed would take at least 48 hours using a reasonably coarse extrusion. And then youd need to consider warping and whatnot and whether or not you can keep the plastic warm enough in each layer for a good bond… Enclosed printers definitely help with this, aircon does not.

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Yeah, still shouldnt need that volume of support structures. Im guessing I would also want a reasonably fine extrusion cause threads for pressurized nozzles.

48 hours is not long given the amount of man hours required by alternative means for the manufactured fittings, piping, welding, etc, required for the metal fabrication option.

Stratasys produce a 3D printer that will do something this size.

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Yeah probably! Also take into consideration how youre going to remove the support structures (are they in places you can easily get to)

Another thought is what theyre using for jet engines at the moment (on an experimental basis) – which is starting with a cube of metal powder and using a laser to melt it in 3d space. No support structures, a nicer finish and much much much much more durable end product!

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Somehow metal just sounds SOOOOO much more expensive than plastic, but, yeah Ive seen SLM as well in my googling. It definitely looks prettier. What I need is a way of calculating costs of each method. Anyway, I shall continue the search.

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Since I originally posted this answer, the I3 printer has gone through some changes and price reductions, and numerous reports have surfaced on the Net of bad customer service from Wanhao USA. As a result, I would no longer recommend the Wanhao I3 for buyers in the US. Instead I would recommend the Monoprice Maker Select, available from Amazon atMonoprice 13860 Maker Select 3d Printer V2: m:.

The Monoprice is an exact clone of the I3, and available for only $308.

In addition Josef Prusa has launched the Prusa MK2 printer for $699:Original Prusa i3 MK2 3D Printer kit with LCD. It is considerably more expensive, but is considered the entry-level printer to beat in December 2016. It features various new upgrades, and features such as automatic bed levelling.

I have built several printers, and I own several off-the-shelf (OTS).

If you enjoy tinkering, and tinkering/learning is your primary driver, buy and build a kit. If your primary goal is to actually print useful prints, rather buy an OTS printer. It will take you an average of 6 months to tune and modify your first kit based printer to equal the quality of a good OTS printer. Once you have figured it out, the quality will be exactly the same, but the 6 months is a trying and frustrating period of learning.

Do not be fooled into thinking cost is a driver for choosing a kit vs an OTS printer. The cost of building it yourself is no longer lower than buying OTS. By the time youve tuned and upgraded your self-built machine, you will be at the price range of buying a similar quality machine OTS, if not higher.

That is not to say that OTS machines are expensive anymore: I recently bought a Wanhao Duplicator I3 ($399 here -Duplicator I3 V2 – Steel Frame). Here is a review page for itDuplicator I3 Reviews & Ratings. It is a copy of the RepRap Prusa I3 open-source printer rated here3D Printing Trends February 2016). Note that the one or two issues raised in the review page, have been fixed in the V2 version that I linked to.

It is a fantastic little machine for the price, which comes standard with all the upgrades you would end up doing anyway, and most importantly excellent print quality. I prefer it above my RepRap Ormerod (my second favourite printer I own), my Vertex 8400 (terrible printer, avoid) and a Cube 3D printer I got for free (needs filament cartridges, also avoid). (There is also an old self-built Makerbot Thing-o-Matic from the dark ages standing in the corner).

Because it is based on the Prusa I3, there is a good supply of spares, and a massive number of DIY upgrades, most of them available onMakerBot Thingiverse

No 3D printer in that price range will be perfect, you will still find yourself tuning and upgrading minor things, but in the case of the I3, those are minimal and cheap (typically limited to printing a plastic part and maybe adding a bolt or a screw here and there).

As of writing, I have not yet come across a same quality printer for cheaper, and I can highly recommend it.

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There are more and more 3D printers under $300. Most of them come from China but this does not mean they are low quality.

The Anet A8 is often listed as one of the best 3D printers in this price range, it is based on the famous Prusa i3 design which is reliable. Keep in mind most 3D printers under $300 come in kits to be assembled and may require tinkering.

If youd rather have an assembled 3D printer, at this price point the Monoprice Select Mini is also widely praised as an efficient and cost-effective 3D printer.

Weve created a selection of good 3D printers under $300 here if youre interested:The 10 best cheap 3D printers under $300 in 2017

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I bought a Printerbot Simple Metal Kit for ~$400 about a year back. (I think they have increased their price now). I think it is an extremely well designed machine! They have really thought about all the DFx principles when they designed the parts of this printer. Assembling all the parts and tuning the printer wasnt as tough as I thought it would be. It did take some tinkering for a couple of weeks or so but it was running smoothly after that. You especially need to adjust/optimize the settings on the Cura software which interfaces with the printer. I would also reccomend to buy the Heat plate with the printer itself (although it will increase the cost by $100) as warping is a major issue without the heat plate.

Dont expect super quality prints with this one. But its worth for the price of $400. If you are just starting out to learn and tinker with the 3D printing technology, then this printer is definitely a good option!

I have also read good reviews about Reprap Prusa i3 but havent used it myself. I think that printer is also in the range of about $350-$400 or so.

You can find now a lot of 3d printers under $300 models,because chinese copy and make their own models of 3d printers. This not mean they are not good or quality,this mean they cut the brand name and is cheap because of manufacturing price in china.

Also they have easy software in english that I used and can confirm. Anyway the sellers from AliExpress provide support at anytime for their 3d printers.I recommend this list of cheap aliexpress 3d printers with free shippingAfforable AliExpress 3D Printers Review under 300$ Best Chinese Brands

When I bought my first 3d printer from aliexpress i had a lot of doubts,buy also there are a lot of other buyers reviews and positive feedback with pictures. Now I buy wholesale and sell online for profit. My clients never reply me with a bad feedback.

Also you can buy a lot of spare parts for 3d printer,and this is a good pro,becasue for other big brand models they cost a lot and plastic materials for your work are cheap too.

Try to analyze the comparision price in the link and choose best 3d printer that fit your needs. Read careful other buyers review and ask seller if you have other questions

Honestly, anything that retails for under $300 is going to be more of a gimmick than something that youll really use. In that $300400 range, you might be able to find a used Printrbot Simple or Metal and that would give you an excellent platform to learn on, while providing you with the flexibility to upgrade or modify it yourself. (Note that the Simple used to refer to a wood frame model, but since they discontinued that version, what used to be the Simple Metal is also called the Simple. You have to be careful when looking at used models and make sure that you know which one youre getting)

Printrbot has refurb/scratch&dent sales where you can get a bargain, but youd be hard pressed to get anything other than a Play for $400. They currently have refurb Metals for $449. Great for PLA, but dont expect to do ABS or exotics without a heated bed. (easy enough to add on later if youre even moderately technical)

The Play is a solid printer, but not as upgrade friendly, so its tough for me to recommend as a starter. Though you can pick up a refurb for $300, if you find that you want something more, youre probably going to end up buying a whole new printer.

I wouldnt recommend trying to build your first printer from parts (though a kit is a great way to go). With no experience, it will be really hard for you to know when things are working properly. It can be hard enough to get started with an out-of-the-box solution, you dont want to compound it with uninformed part or design choices. A kit gives you some of the best of both worlds; The design and parts selection are all done for you and youll get instructions and calibration help from the seller. So you get the experience of building it without a lot of the risk.

Whatever you decide to buy, check out the community for that printer before pulling the trigger. As a beginner, the community can make a huge difference to your overall experience. Id take an OK printer with a great support community over a near-perfect printer with no community.

Although the price of Me Creator is much more affordable than others, the quality is never the sacrifice of the price. We apply world-class manufacturing and engineering principles to the 3D printer. Built on steel-frame design, Me Creator stands for reliability and stoutness.

Moreover, Me Creator is compatible with most OS such as Windows, Mac, & Linux, which allows Me Creator to be easy-to-use, multiple functions, all you need is just a computer and a power supply to enjoy the pure fun of making.

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How to Fix the Biggest Design Flaw of Many 3D Printers

Last week I made a temporary broom handleOverhead Spool Holderfor my Replicator 2, which like mostthings is now looking pretty permanent.

I also ordered a new glass build plate from Performance 3-D, which has since arrived and has been fitted and tested. More on this later.

With the spool holder and the build plate thats two design flaws of the Replicator 2 and similar printers taken care of, but there is another weakness of these printers which everyone needs to address.

Its this weakness which I resolved this week andIm going to tell you exactly what it is and how to fix it easily. Firstly though, let me tell you what I think of the new glass build plate upgrade.

Theres no doubt that 3D printers are expensive and as competition for home 3D printers increases, most manufacturers are competing on price and are trying to cut costs.

One area where many manufacturers cut their costs is in the build plate.Ideally a build plate needs to be very very flat and inflexible. Unfortunately this means that a good build plate can be expensive and most 3D printers ship with a sub standard build plate as a result.

Take the Replicator 2 for example, which out of the box has an acrylic build plate.This is quite often not flat from the beginning, but if youre lucky and yours is flat, it will probably still warp after a while.

A build plate thats not both level and flat means a 3D print which is not as good as it could be, or worse, a complete failure. Naturally, a new build plate should be one of the first upgrades you make to your 3D printer.

Well I decided to upgrade mine and my new glass build plate from Performance 3D arrived a few days ago.As you can see from the picture this plate is in two parts. Rather than one thick sheet of glass, theres a thin sheet of glass (saves on weight, manufacturing cost and shipping costs).

Theres also a bracket which fits onto the glass plate to make up the extra thickness where it fits onto the Replicator 2 build platform. This part itself is 3D printed, with some rubber pads between it and the glass plate.

Its all looking good so far and the plate even comes with blue painter tape pre-installed, butI do have one issue which I think Performance 3-D need to address. A build plate needs to be removed after most prints so that the print can be removed from the plate and the blue painter tape can be replaced.

I appreciate that the plate needs to clip snuggly onto the build platform and we really dont want any slack or movement. However, the plate fits very tightly and Id have to say far too tightly. Its difficult to clip into place and just as difficult to remove.

Its so tight I was convinced I was going to break one of the clips whilst installing or removing it. I was even ready to send it back to the manufacturer but when I considered the cost and time involved in sending it back to the USA (Im in the UK) I decided to stick with it.

To be fair, the more I use it the easier it gets to remove and replace it and it is extremely flat and works really well. I just wish the 3D printed bracket was a tiny bit smaller so it fitted better.

My conclusion: as much as Id love to recommend you buy one of these I really cant. Id definitely buy a glass build plate but Id look elsewhere for one which fits better.

With my new build plate installed it was time to download and print something new.

As well as the three Flippy Frogs I printed (see the main image at the top of this post) I decided to try something even more different.

Whilst browsingThingiverseas I often do I spotted theVelociraptor Business Card.

Its a quick print and consists of twenty little parts that break off and build into a small dinosaur.Pretty pointless I thought, but different and fun to do. Theres a lot of intricate printing required to make this and I really thought my MakerBot wouldnt manage it as it often fails on intricate parts, but it worked first time.

It was difficult to remove from the build plate in one piece, hence taking the picture before I removed it.

It was also quite tricky to build but with a little perseverance and a few trims with a modelling knife I completed it.

When you download the file from Thingiverse theres also an STL file of the fully constructed model, which you can use as a guide when building it.

If you want to print something quick, different and fun then Id give this one a go, it wont use up much plastic either.

As I mentioned earlier there is a well known weakness of the Replicator 2 style printers. It applies to other printers of a similar design, such as the FlashForge andPrintrBot Metal Simple.

This flaw is related to the routing of the X-axis cables which attach to the X-axis stepper motor, on the right hand side of the Replicator 2.

As the extruder moves along the Y-axis (front to back) while printing the X-axis stepper motor and stop switch cables bend repeatedly, but they bend in the same small area.As time passes this causes metal fatigue and eventually causes the cables to break.

This can cause a whole host of symptoms, depending on exactly which part breaks and whether it breaks completely or just creates a bad connection. This is a big issue because it will happen to all printers of this type, its just a matter of when.

Its usually the first thing to break on these printers(although for me it was theThermocoupler Cable) but its very easy to avoid or fix. I did a temporary fix this week. Theres that word temporary again. This fix should help a lot for now but I intend to improve it a little soon. Let me explain what I mean.

Firstly I removed the right hand side panel of the printer by unscrewing the four allen bolts. That gave me easier access to the cables. Then I simply unclipped them all the way from where they enter the build area at the bottom, up to the X-axis stepper motor.

The plastic clips just rotate to release the two cables, but at the top of the Replicator 2 theres also a zip tie which needs removing. Be very careful when removing this so you dont damage the cable, else that would defeat the whole object of this exercise.

Simply letting the cable dangle freely as in the picture (see the green arrows) will ensure that it bends more evenly throughout its length and should prevent the otherwise inevitable metal fatigue.I added a little black insulation tape to the cables to keep them together too.

The freely dangling cable doesnt look so aesthetically pleasing, which I guess is why they decided to route it up the side of the printer in the first place, but it shouldnt be in the way of any moving parts and will definately improve your printers reliability.

This modification can easily be undone if you change your mind. Just re-clip the cable back into place and add a new zip tie at the top.

A slightly better method which I heard about on the3D Printing Today Podcastis toadd some split loom wrapping to the cable. This looks better, keeps the cable protected and also ensures it really does flex very evenly along its length.

I have included a picture of their modification too and when I get my hands on some of this split loom wrapping Ill complete the modification and report back. For now though I can sleep at night knowing that I should no longer be a victim of the infamous X-axis cable failure.If you have this type of printer you should make this modification too, before its too late and you have to replace the cable after a failure.

Thats all for this week.Please Like, Share and Commenton this article if you found it useful.Im always happy to answer any questionsregarding stuff I talk about here, or anything else 3D printing related. You can easilyContact Meany time.

Thanks for reading and happy 3D printing.

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May I ask where you purchased the replacement cables?

I didnt have to buy any cables, as I just unclipped the existing x-axis stepper cable so it could hang and bend more evenly. This prevents it from breaking.

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My biggest 3D printer yet! Analyzing the CerbrisReborn design

The is my first delta 3D printer and also the first one ive completely designed from scratch! After about two years in the making, ill call it done (for now).

In this video, Ill go through the design and have a look at what worked out and what didnt.

Whats up everyone, Tom here, and ive been getting quite a few questions recently on this big-ass delta printer behind me. So today, i want to shed some light on what it is, why it is and how it is, and most importantly, what mistakes i made along the way so that you hopefully dont make the same ones.

So im calling this one the CerbrisReborn, not to be confused with Cerberus, and this one is a one-meter tall delta printer which was mostly a learning exercise for me, but did end up with a few nice tricks up its sleeve. But actually, it didnt start out as a delta, my original intention with the parts used in here was to build a compact, high-precision machine, similar to what Rene Jurack is doing with the DICE. Unlike him, i actually gave up on that concept because i had backed that design into such a restricted corner that, essentially, i ran out of space in the frame, and because i really didnt want to throw the original design parameters out of the window and just build another mediocre printer, i ended up scrapping the Cerbris design and started over to design the CerbrisReborn from scratch. This was my first hands-on experience with a delta printer, so i wanted to try out as many things as possible to learn as much as i could on them. So my rough parameters for this machine were these: Completely design it from scratch. Check, did that. Make it affordable. Also did that, though affordable is pretty relative. Make it overkill. Yeah, some parts, yeah, others, mmmh, maybe not. And make it modular. And i think i kinda pull that one off, too. Sorta.

So the design centers around these slides. These are actually using Openbuilds wheels, but not on Openbuilds extrusions. The real Openbuilds-compatible rails are sort of expensive here in Europe and if youre simply rolling the wheels in the grooves of a standard aluminum profile, theyll wear out in no time because they dont have that flat surface to ride against. So what i did here instead was to use standard profiles, V-wheels and have them ride on the edges of the profile, which ive turned 45. And these do run smoothly, though it looks like there is some wear after extended use, and the biggest downside to not having a rigid aluminum plate to mount the wheels to and instead relying on the plastics springiness for tensioning is that these really arent too stiff at all. Theyre ok for a delta with a light toolhead, but nothing more than that. Maybe a brace on the backside of these would help to keep them tightly tensioned.

So the carriages have belt clamps and rigid tensioners built in, plus some guidance to keep the belt loop perfectly aligned. And obviously, they also provide mounts for the ball ends on the delta arms. Now, at the time, i just wasnt comfortable using any sort of magnetic joint because i didnt know what sort of force to expect from the delta arms yet, and i didnt want to couplings to fail and be a headache. So i went with these cast iron and brass ball ends, way overkill, much too heavy and as it turns out, some of these have a lot of play to them. The full set of bell ends cost only about 10 bucks, so that was worth a try for me. They compatible to igus iguball ball ends, and that might just be what ill end up upgrading to. In the carriage, these are screwed directly into the plastic, not a good choice, i should have at least used this sort of brass insert, because the plastic threads just wear out much too quickly with this sort of an alternating load on them. On the other end, the ball ends screw into these aluminum arms. Now these actually worked out really well. Yes, they do look flimsy, but they only need to take up axial forces, and for that they are plenty strong. Plus, with them threaded on each end, i can adjust the arm length without having to glue anything in place.

On the other end of the arms is the effector, and this one has two purposes. One, to provide a quick mount for hotend and sensor assemblies, and two, to get the hotend as far up as possible to get the maximum printing height out of the machine. Which, by the way is 380mm due to the arms being so long, and they are only so long because the ball ends have a fairly restricted range of motion.

So for the quick change, the effector works out incredibly well, its just three screws and the electrical connections to swap in a different hotend. This effector was sized to have enough space for three E3D v6 hotend in a circular shape with a 12mm sensor in their center. I dont think ill ever be using that, but, hey, im not going to limit me there. There is also a spot to mount a 80 or 70mm LED ring, which i had to take out to make space for the Deltaprintr Mini mount. What this carriage is lacking are hardpoints for things like part cooling fans or the PCB that attaches the wiring to the connectors. The next revision of the effector is simply going to have some M3 inserts all around the rim.

Whats driving the filament through the almost one meter long bowden tube is a fairly simple direct-drive extruder with an E3D HobbGoblin, threading in the bowden coupling was a bit fiddly, but it works at least well enough for the job. The endstops on the top of the printer are these simple 6mm wide switches, the carriages just bump into them, and while it sounds a bit rough, they work perfectly and all three of these together cost less than a tenth of what youd pay for a single microswitch.

So the base of the CerbrisReborn houses this heated bed. Overkill here we go. This is a 230V, 650W silicone heater, for some reason they sent me two, so i can show you the second one, its stuck to a 6mm cast and milled aluminum plate. And ive got to tell you, this thing rocks! Not only does it heat up insanely fast, but it also gets insanely hot. Ive actually had it go up to 200C when i ran into a bug in Smoothieware, and it did just fine. Not that youd actually use those kind of temperatures, but its nice knowing that ill easily do 150C should i ever decide to give plain polycarbonate another try. Its actually this bed and SSR i showed off in the solid state relay video and its been going strong ever since.

The bed is sitting on a scrap 3mm aluminum plate, this is some sort of a construction site color sample, doesnt really matter, but i liked the upcycled aspect of it, plus, its red, and on its underside, its home to the electronics. Now, i wanted an ATX supply in here because id be able to run the control board and a Raspberry Pi from the always-on 5V standby rail and then easily turn on the rest of the power supply with the PS_ON signal. Since then, ive become less and less of a fan of ATX supplies for 3D printer applications because, unless you buy like a 850W unit, which the my Mendel90 uses, you often end up running into weird power issues that you just dont want on top of the challenges you have anyways when trying to get a new printer running well. Plus, i had to take this one out of its case to fit, which means theres exposed 230V AC in this compartment. I know where not to touch it, but i wouldnt be comfortable with anyone else using this printer. The frame is connected to protective earth, so i should be fine on top as long as i dont reach into the bottom compartment.

So the brains are a Smoothieboard 5XC, and i couldnt be happier with it. Theres no way i would have used an Atmega-based 8bit board for a Delta, and now that Smoothieware has implemented mesh autoleveling for the Delta kinematics, i cant think of any reason not to use any other platform for a Delta. Except, maybe price, sure, but i do love how flexibly Smoothie can be configured once you wrap your head around how the setup works.

So all the motors in here are 0.9 or 400 steps per revolution, which do have a lower top speed ceiling, but give the printer more accuracy and precision without having to rely on microstepping. This works well and im making 0.9 motors my new default for new machines.

So for wiring, im entirely using Cat5 ethernet cable. Its super cheap, gives me color-coded twisted pairs, ideal for motor, heater and thermistor wires to reduce electromagnetic interference, and for routing it, i actually just jammed and clipped it into the slots of the aluminum profiles. These clips arent ideal and routinely fall out, a better way to hold the wires in place and make the profiles more appealing would be to use these aluminum covers, they sit flush with the profiles surface and hold in very tightly. Another thing i havent solved particularly well is strain relief, on the effector side im using this proto PCB with the wires soldered on and zip-tied to add stiffness, on top im mostly relying on the bowden tube to keep things in place. What i want to do is try and establish a standard at least for my hotends, so that i can use a single type of PCB that has wire connectors on one side and proper connectors for the hotend and sensor on the other end to make them swappable and universally compatible between most of my printers. At least on this one, ive made wiring plans and prepared the machine for a dual-extruder setup, so adding that intermediary PCB for one or two extruders should be pretty straightforward.

Now one more thing i want to talk about is the frame and its stiffness. So when i originally designed it, the CerbrisReborn only had the 20mm aluminum profiles connecting the bottom and top triangles, and that was one of the wobbliest printers ive ever seen. It did print, but you could easily see the effector swinging around b y more than a centimeter after an abrupt move. So first i tried adding polystyrene sheets to two sides, the plan was to use a clear one on the front as a door. Unfortunately, polystyrene is a) not that stiff, and b) super friggin brittle. So within a week, both white panels had a corner broken, and at that point i switched them for these aluminum plates. These are four and five millimeters thick and give the printer frame an enormous amount of stiffness, plus, i can still attach whats left of the polystyrene sheets between them and eventually enclose the build volume that way. I just have to figure something out for the corners because i cant actually attach anything to the aluminum profiles as the wheels ride on those corners.

So overall, im already very happy with how the CerbrisReborn turned out and i think its about time for it to replace my Mendel90. Let me know if youd enjoy a design breakdown like this for the old workhorse of mine before i send it to a better place. And to leave out that euphemism, yes, i am planning on gutting this printer and, maybe, rebuilding it? I dont know yet, but its in need of a lot of care and love before id call it representable and im not sure if im ready to commit to that. Well see.

Well, anyways, thats it on the CerbrisReborn, if youve got any questions left on it, leave me a comment below and ill try and answer them. If you enjoyed this video and want me to make more in its style, like and share it, and you want to support the general thing im doing here, consider subscribing, using the Amazon affiliate links from the video description or directly throwing me a dollar or two over on Patreon. And thats it for today, thanks for watching, and ill see you in the next one.

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