Suggestions for hight precision CoreXY
giostark last edited by
WOW thanks mrehorstdmd !!!
I'm already entering in this mode...of the CoreXY , I mean.
Hope with a good hardware finally I will get some satisfaction.
giostark last edited by
Some one of you know where to found the RailCore II Kit? Or maybe a good used one. It seems sold out everywhere
Normally I'd say Filastruder but I see they are sold out as well. They are likely experiencing the same supply constraints as everyone else now due to covid.
elmoret last edited by
We recently made the decision to discontinue doing business with ProjectR3D, this resulted in us also stopping kit sales as some of the kit components come from ProjectR3D. We still have some stock, feel free to reach out to us using the contact page at Filastruder.com.
wesc last edited by
Check the railcore discord. A used rc with first class components ya was posted about 10 days ago.
fma last edited by
I'm about to re-build a new CoreXY, and I think it will be something cloe to the HevORT:
I especially like the bed, which allows 5 axis printing:
The problem is they communicate on Facebook
giostark last edited by giostark
Finally , I'm in contact with Peter of Hightemp3D (EU channel). Seems all the stuffs he have are CNC milled components and laser cut parts. Misumi rails, etc etc. Also the kinematic bed will be included, full metal extruder and so on.
I'll update this post with the moving
Then I'll try to keep also the delta. I'll produce by myself the top/bottom frame, then buy new towers and linear rail.
Thanks everyone for the suggestions.
zapta last edited by zapta
Voron2 (a bit needlessly complicated, but nice)
OR the Voron VZero. Simpler, compact, stiff and fast.
A Former User last edited by A Former User
I'm very tempted indeed, shame its tricky to get 15mm alu locally
(edit: oh my, they have a sourcing guide with aliexpress links for most things, incl alu profile kits and belt/pulley kits. unfortunately hemera is on the way so it'll be a while for a voron)
HighTemp3D last edited by
@giostark Hi Sergio
Happy to have you as a customer. The Railcore kit is extremely stable. Only very few 3D printed parts are used so it is long term stable and extremely stiff. At the moment the only 3D printed parts are the feet, electronics enclosure corners, Endstops and BLtouch mount. The BLTouch mount will also soon be aluminum. In the near future there will also be a 135C chamber temperature version of the kit.
Peter From HighTemp3D.com based in the EU
jballard86 last edited by
There is a Kinimatic bed mount system available for the Railcore produced by Mandela Rose Works:
HighTemp3D last edited by HighTemp3D
@jballard86 Yes, thats the one I sell at my EU based shop: https://hightemp3d.com/collections/mandala-rose-work/products/kinematic-mounting-kit-from-mandala-rose-works
troy_proffitt last edited by
I just finished building a new CoreXY printer with the goal of no 3d printed structural parts at all. The only printed parts are the enclosures for the controller boards and the extruder mount (dual BMG extruders).
I've been 3d printing for several years on both cartesian and corexy. A more rigid printer usually produces better prints. The best improvements were around bed stiffness. I recently went to the 3 independent "true level" setup with a 1/4 thick MIC6 aluminum plate + 1/4 tempered glass. Each z axis motor is controlled by an external stepper and has a 3:1 gear reduction for both higher resolution and higher strength (HERE is a vid of my bed setup). Since this vid, I've added 12mm smooth rods to each ballscrew to improve linear motion.
Attached are a few pics of my printer: !