Eustathios Spider V2.5

Hey Everyone. A member of the community decided they wanted to build a Eustathios Spider V2. So it was finally the kick in the teeth I needed to update the model, documentation, and BOM for the most recent community upgrades and the most recent parts people tend to be using. I call it V2.5. It just went live today, and I am sure there are issues in the documentation, Github, and models. But I think it is a vast improvement over the last model and drawings. If you see something that needs correction let me know.

Hopefully it can be useful to people, and even if they don’t plan to build one perhaps it can act as an inspiration. Similar feel free to cannibalize the model if you find bits useful for your own project.

Here is the link: https://github.com/eclsnowman/Eustathios-Spider-V2.5

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Thanks for writing up the family history for these printers! It was fascinating reading.

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I appreciate that someone else finds it interesting. I was really fortunate to be able to work with so many of the great original rep wrap printer designers who came before me. I still need to add details about the contributors who provided the community modifications. But it’s a nice day out and the kids want to go swimming :slight_smile:

But that’s next on the list.

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Thank you for putting this together Eric! I’m excited about starting this build! Also wanted to add how appreciative I am of your efforts and your assistance to me. =)

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Glad to help, and I’m excited to see your build come together. as always feel free to hit me up if you run into any issues. I’m going to be making recent build of Marlin that will use the layout of the new printer. I have an older version that I’ll use as a base and then start adding in the new features. But it’ll be a little bit before I get that wrapped up, cuz I’ll have to do some testing.

I was searching for something to do with my spare 2020… might be that! Thanks Eric!

I miss the G+ day’s :frowning:

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