CUBETRIX diy corexy 3D PRINTER

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Description

 3D Printing is an additive manufacturing process that creates a physical object from a digital design. There are different 3D printing technologies and materials you can print with, but all are based on the same principle: a digital model is turned into a solid three-dimensional physical object by adding material layer by layer.

     Every 3D print starts as a digital 3D design file – like a blueprint – for a physical object. Trying to print without a design file is like trying to print a document on a sheet of paper without a text file.This design file is sliced into thin layers which is then sent to the 3D printer.  Chuck Hull invented the first 3D printing process called ‘stereolithography’ in 1983 and from this priciple, he built the foundation of what we now know today as additive manufacturing (AM) – or 3D printing.  In the same way ( almost ) I did it myself from a dream turned into design to create my own 3d printer with the name CUBETRIX.   

    Thanks to open source we can program our printer to create almost any object.   As many of you have at home a prusa i3 clone with which I have spent more money than it should be spent: that if you have to modify the structure, that if you have to change the extruder and the list goes on and on and I decided to get down to work and create something much, much better at a price of a prusa clone.

    CUBETRIX has 330x330x300 printing area, 32bits processor,32 steps per motor, 3.2 inches tft touchscreen, wlan and wifi conecion,10 times superior velocity compare to a i3 prusa clone,6 points autolevel ( depends of your config.) , very stable structure no more rare movements, leds on the extruder to better view of the prints, etc…….. But you can add any board/lcd you like: duet,ramps,etc… on this printer. Without more ado I present my project:     With the files you will get the pdf on how to build/view the structure and the BOM (bill of materials )pdf file and for those ho whand to see it we have it in the link below.

(Note: If you intend to make a larger/smaller print area, then increase/decrese the length of the 2020 extrusions AND rods for each axis by the difference)

 

BILL OF MATERIALS here:http://j.gs/Bzcs Any components for 3d printers here: http://j.gs/Bzct

        Everyone is going to say: Yes we have the files, but how are we going to build the printer, So comrades I have created videotutorials on how to build the CUBETRIX. Here there are:

   No:1,  No:2,  No:3,  No:4,  No:5,  No:6,  No:7,  No:8,  No:9,  No:10,  No:11,  No:12,  No:13,  Homing test, Movements, and finally printing,  Z axis weight torture test,  Time laps prints.

    Here is the CUBETRIX Facebook group for more help and improvements/discussion.

   To configure the motherboard more easier I attached the firmware to the files.

     Happy building/printing guys. 

Design Files

File Size

left side bed support.stl
55.6 KB
right side bed support.stl
55.6 KB
bed center support.stl
48.2 KB
config.txt
28 KB
Bed carriage.stl
2.89 MB
Left side bed carriage.stl
1000 KB
Right side bed carriage.stl
1010 KB
Right side smooth rod bracket.stl
106 KB
Right pulley idler.stl
321 KB
closed belt tool.stl
58.3 KB
blower duct xl.stl
59.9 KB
Z carriage 8mm rods with 18mm sensor.stl
1.62 MB
Z axis threaded rod support.stl
179 KB
XY carriage jointer right.stl
661 KB
rods clamp.stl
378 KB
XY carriage jointer clamp.stl
312 KB
XY carriage jointer left.stl
729 KB
Z axis bearing support.stl
544 KB
Z axis motor mount.stl
458 KB
Z carriage 8mm rods with 12mm sensor.stl
1.61 MB
Z carriage 8mm rods with 16mm sensor.stl
1.62 MB
Z carriage 8mm rods without sensor.stl
1.34 MB
Z carriage.stl
1.34 MB
blower duct.stl
59.9 KB
Center part bed carriage.stl
958 KB
E3D clamp.stl
85.2 KB
Left motor support.stl
688 KB
Left pulley idler.stl
337 KB
Left side smooth rod bracket.stl
106 KB
Right motor support.stl
684 KB
Tutorial for the structure and view of CUBETRIX.pdf
1.31 MB
CUBETRIX DYI 3D PRINTER BOM ( bill of materials ).pdf
320 KB

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