I am testing saintflint extruder,and its great! It has sooo much power,and its perfect

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(Kristijan kolak) #1

I am testing saintflint extruder,and its great!
It has sooo much power,and its perfect fit to e3d hotend.

Next step would be bondtech or printrbot geared ext,but i only support open source so this will be ok for now :slight_smile:

(casey dunn) #2

@Printrbot parts are still CC-A-SA

(Griffin Paquette) #3

Pretty sure the printrbot is open source to some degree.

(andrew fox) #4

@casey_dunn ​, sorry if this has been covered before noob question… What is CC-A-SA?

(Kristijan kolak) #5

In my eyes,its same as makerbot. Published files are for old machines,or only partional. There are no complete drawings for new models,or crawlbot. Respekt to lulzbot.

(Griffin Paquette) #6

@Kristijan_kolak the files as far as I know are scheduled to be released. Things such as their hotends are not open source but I really don’t see a huge problem with that. @Brook_Drumm is all for people creating new designs off of his. He might not have all the files up now but to the best of my knowledge he intends to have them soon. I don’t want to give false info so don’t take exactly what I said to heart. He might comment in on it.

(Griffin Paquette) #7

Also: printrbots gear head extruder is open source and is on their youmagine as well as the play. I don’t see where they have really dropped the ball on any of their designs. Crawl bots are literally just arriving at people’s doors so I would think they are to be released soon.

(casey dunn) #8

@andrew_fox it was short hand for the Open Source License that Printrbot is using which, is exactly the same as the Saintflint.

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++ what @Griffin_Paquette said ,as far as I can tell everything Printerbot sells is also in their @YouMagine collection. What would be pretty hilarious (and/or ironic) is if @Kristijan_kolak was basing their opinion of @Printrbot on the Thiniverse collection.