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06 Nov 2021 00:23 #225454 by tommylight
Nice ! :)
Leme grab the Titanic ...
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06 Nov 2021 00:29 #225456 by tommylight
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06 Nov 2021 10:29 #225488 by snowgoer540
That's awesome Tommy!  This takes Benchy to a whole new level!  :laugh:
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06 Nov 2021 13:06 #225498 by tommylight

That's awesome Tommy!  This takes Benchy to a whole new level!  :laugh:

This was 30 cm long, now i have to do one at 60cm on a CR-10 Max, thinking of doing it at half the speed, should be even more detailed.
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08 Nov 2021 23:37 #225733 by tommylight
Now this might end up being useful:





www.thingiverse.com/thing:4539827
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03 Dec 2021 09:58 #228271 by shpatb
this is some next level stuff
freaking Germans man...
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12 Dec 2021 20:42 #228947 by Bari
You may build a similar machine using LCNC to control it all.

Older analog laser galvos may use the 7i77 for control or make of use of XY2-100 in Mesa hm2 on your Mesa FPGA board of choice. forum.linuxcnc.org/27-driver-boards/3985...ot2-firmware?start=0

The powder spreader and build platform are easily controlled via servo or stepper.

The inert gas valves and build chamber heater using GPIO.
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