All black D-bot



  • Hi guys, I am stressing many forum members with all kind of questions on how I could improve my D-bot so I decided to post some photos for let the curious guys see the " responsible " of all my questions 🙂

    The printer: ( for now)

    • Duet wifi ( thx @deckingman for the case)
    • changed from cantilevered to 4 point sustained bed
    • 3 wheels Z carriage
    • 2 lead screw with belt driven by single motor
    • Dual 24 v Meanwell PSU
    • Switched after some weeks to direct with titan extruder
    • Magnetic Duet filament sensor that works great ( I can't understand why duet crew didn't make it available on the market)
    • Cable chains on Z and hotend
    • Originale Bl touch
    • Self designed radial fan for print material that work very well

    Upcoming change.

    • I bought a 330x340x8 PEI covered here https://clever3d.de/ with 3 regulation point ( thank you @mrehorstdmd )
    • New heated bed 220V 750W 300x300 so I'll remove a PSU
    • I would like to rework my Z axis that works good but not as good as I would like my actual idea is to shift to 3 lead screw driven by single motor ( thank you @Phaedrux for all the input). I need to decide how many guides to use if stay with the actual 4 or go for 2.

    In the future I am tempted to test 3 Z motors for autolevelling but for now I want to follow advise of all the people that suggest me that a good solid printer don't need bed leveling more than occasionally

    For me aesthetic is very important so cable wire is a large part of the time spent building this printer,

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  • @claustro said in All black D-bot:

    For me aesthetic is very important so cable wire is a large part of the time spent building this printer,

    I can see that clearly - made great!!! I am also a cable and cable-tie fetishist 😂

    How satisfied are you with the v-slot guides?


 

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