About a year ago we launched our kickstarter and after having raised $236,000 and

About a year ago we launched our kickstarter and after having raised $236,000 and fulfilling all rewards, I’m proud to say that we are releasing the Deltaprintr design files under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License as we originally promised prior to launching the campaign.

This is the first batch of files with more to come as we fine tune them and clean them up.

We have a wiki page set up on the http://reprap.org website, but I have absolutely no clue how to edit wiki pages, nor have the time. If someone would like to, you can put the files on there: http://reprap.org/wiki/Deltaprintr

Read more here: http://deltaprintr.com/2015/05/26/open-source-files-now-available/

Enjoy!
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BTW link on your news page is broken: “https://goo.gl/yWYaiv – this http://goo.gl shortlink has been disabled. It was found to be violating our Terms of Service”

Just fixed it a while ago. Try again.

Do you have any 3d models or just the dxfs?

Only DXFs at the moment. We’ll be releasing more files in the near future as we’re very busy at the moment.

The Wiki entries at Reprap point to source file locations and don’t host the files. The easiest way to learn is to copy the Wiki page source from another printer page using the view source tool in the Wiki. There are templates that builds can use to conform to the standard machine listing. For example the box on the right side with the thumb of the machine and the basic info. The Wiki is a basic markup language and if you are familiar with basic coding or XML it’s pretty easy to cobble something together from existing source.

Try the Delta forum over there and you should be able to find someone to either help you out or do it in trade.