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Building the cheapest possible Prusa i3 MK2

What is the cheapest possible, real 3D printer you can buy without making one compromise after the other? That’s the question we’re asking by building a Prusa i3 MK2-style 3D printer that comes with most of the important features of the original one from Josef Prusa and requires a bit more work for sourcing and building the machine, but most importantly, we’re going to build it only with the most affordable set of parts.


Huge Delta 3D printer live build: TEVO’s “Little” Monster!

This is TEVO’s newest and shiniest printer yet – will we manage to build it on the first try? 🛒 Get one here [🌐] 👐 This video is licensed as Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike thanks to my supporters on Patreon! Certain elements may not be included in the CC-BY-AS license, e.g. third-party images and music. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Music © www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk

3D Printer to the cloud: Testing out the Element by Printr!

3D Printer to the cloud: Testing out the Element by Printr!

Join in as we get the Printr Element going – a WiFi-cloud-server-addon-device that lets you control and share your 3D Printer from anywhere in the world! Cloud slicer included! You know, to to slice your files in the cloud. Not to slice up clouds in the sky. Obviously. Learn more printr.com Live tips/donations here! Matterhackers https://www.matterhackers.com/?rcode=TSAN86 Music is Chris Zabriskie – Mario Bava Sleeps In a Little Later Than He Expected To

How to wire your 3D printer!

How to wire your 3D printer!

Don’t want to end up with melted cables in your 3D printer? Want it to be reliable, too? Then wire it up properly! Learn how in this video. This video is sponsored by Alephobjects, Inc! Learn more about their Lulzbot line of open-source 3D printers here Crimping tools! Dupont Larger crimp assortments

Build your own 3D Printer
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Build your own 3D Printer: Frames and Linear Motion!

Building a RepRap-style 3D Printer without buying a full kit is still the purist’s way to go – it’s the cheapest and most flexible way of acquiring a 3D printer, but there are a lot of chances where stuff can go wrong. In this mini-series i’ll try to cover the most important spots while Luk builds his iTopie i3! iTopie i3 Herculien Repository and Community