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    easy assembling delta printer

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    That's what should be getting here tomorrow. So i'll let you know just how easy it is :-)

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    assembling video for K200 3D printer

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    do you have a list of stl files for parts.
    Having checked all my boxes there's a single 3d printed part, that quite frankly I'd be disgusted if I'd printed something so bad.
    I'd like to print my own. Even the worst quality thing I've ever printed is better than this.

    It's the only bit like it - everything else is quality injection moulded.


    It was in box 7 - I think it's the single nozzle rack. Looks like it was printed with a 1mm nozzle and 0.4 layer height, at speed.
    As the arms attach to it I'd prefer a cleaner and higher resolution print to allow for smoother movement and no catches. Wonder why this bit wasn't moulded like the rest ?

    Anyway if you can point me at the stl file that would be great :-)

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    Sure we can give you the printing file , could you please give me your email , I will sent it to you!

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    Following. I have an HE3D printer. Have always been curious about their delta. Waiting for your review CA.

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    well so far I've got the frame together - pics on the build thread. I'd recommend you have a small child on hand as some of the bolts do require very tiny hands.
    Particularly attaching the second bracket to the stepper motors. And you know it's time to stop when you mount the motors the wrong way round - twice lol

    Thanks wendy, email sent :-)

    Build thread: http://3dprintboard.com/showthread.p...t-a-delta-kit-)
    Last edited by curious aardvark; 05-18-2017 at 05:57 AM.

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    sent the .stl file to your email , please check
    you will do better printing

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    New update manual for K200 printer about how to start your first printing
    http://www.reprapmall.com/index.php?route=pavblog/blog&id=37

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    ... I'd recommend you have a small child on hand as some of the bolts do require very tiny hands.
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    LOL, I'm in Thailand, I can have an army of small children ready to work within minutes... they already know I have Pokemon Maker Machines. But I feel ya. Seems I'm the only one around here with sausage fingers, but I have my own designated small handed helper kid. Useful for peeling paper off of acrylic too

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