Duet wifi controlled corexy

  • The new duet wifi control board is working great, especially after the latest firmware update.
    What a great piece of kit it is, no hard network connections needed, control of the printer via a web browser on my smart phone or computer is perfect.

    Here are the latest pictures of my corexy build.

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    appjaws, thanks for posting the pictures. Can you tell us a little about the machine, for example the print size, the types of motors and heated bed you are using, what voltage you run the board at, and what printing speeds you use?

    BTW you can link to photos directly from posts in this forum if you put them in your Public folder on Dropbox, if you have one (I heard that new users of the free version of Dropbox no longer get a Public folder).

  • I do have a few issues and tweaks that I am trying to resolve but I do not have enough hours in the day at the moment.

    The print size is X300, Y200, Z240 with a heated bed with glass print surface.
    The power supply is 12.9 volts which seem to be sufficient, seeing I only print pla at the moment.
    The motors are nema 17, 1.8 hybrid 425TH47-168AAC
    At the moment I am running at 4200 mm/min and am gradually increasing as I make improvement to the basic design, which is adapted from the D-Bot corexy by D Spaulding which was based on cfeniak's C-Bot printer
    link http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1001065

    This is still a work in progress and some of the design will change.

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