So we have over 1000+ Members in our fun little group now. Which I guess means it is not a little group any more. With that in mind I wanted to do something I have thought about for a long time. I want to get a list going of all the builders. Some times I lose track of just how many people have actually built one of these style printers.
If you have some time and would be willing to add your build to the list I would appreciate it. And if you know someone how has built one, but is not a part of the group, can you add them or poke them to add theirs to the list.
The list includes a spot for Other, so if you made a mod/variant please add it as well. And if you have links to your modded files (github, thingiverse, youmagine, etc) please add them at the end. I am hoping this can be a neat resource to see the spread and scope of our fun little group
@Matt_Miller Thanks man. I appreciate it. And I am glad your “Boxy The Robot” links are included there too. I think others will find them useful. You made some stout upgrades, and there are those among us that like things “Built Like A Brick Sh!thouse”
Even though I don’t own such a printer (and actually I don’t plan to build one) I think it’s an impressive example for a open source work and this brings it to the next step.
This printer is a very interesting and nice evolution step of the reprap printer idea and I really like to see you and all the others continuously working on it to improve it.
@Matt_Miller that would be amazing I’m going to start on that soon for the spider V2 and make some changes with the mounting of the electronics and bed. I want to have a top removable panel and he boards mounted to the frame. And Walters bed design ( or something like it)
@Matt_Miller I’ve already started Ill invite you to the project, but the fusion servers went down I’m gonna try to make a ‘V3’, with more curves and and nicer design with build in cable management. My idea is with a bottom hatch for the electronics, the adjustable bed design the @Walter_Hsiao made that Eric talked about in the stream. Carriages the have a part thats always on the rods and the hotend attaches to. Anyone have any more ideas?