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Zinoberrot

Cake CoreXY 3D Printer

by Zinoberrot Jun 7, 2019
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Wow. Today I start working on a mod of hypercube evolution to work with structural pipes and you did that!!! Thats an awesome job sr. Ill try to make it in a few days/months when pieces arribe. 400x400x450, but I need to mod it to a fixed structure, soldered, but you save me a looooot of time drawing. I will upload it here when its finished

You're welcome, I'm glad it helps. :)

Well, Im checking the parts and there are a lot of them. Im not an english native speaker so I have some troubles triying to understand what I need to print.

As I understand I need, top parts, bottom parts, and one grantry part and the main printer is done?

And another question. I have a cloned prusa made all with 2020 profiles, and I will like to convert too in an xy printer, there have a 22mm base, and making it a core xy I can increase the printable area to almost twice the surface, but, how much space I lost where the z axis is mounted in every side? and how much space I lost in extruder carriage cause of the limits engines and every other parts? thanks so so much for sharing this.

Almost. Top, Bottom, one of the Gantry sets, plus the Bed Parts, and the main printer will be done.

If you go for a 400mm Y travel, you should use two Z motors. Do not print the rear bed parts and rod supports, and print the front parts (motor mount and bed/rod supports) twice. Also, cut the 2 bed Y extrusions about 10mm shorter. Everything else will fit fine.

There is an Extrusion_Calculator.xls (Excel) file. You can enter your desired print surface and it will automatically calculate all of the extrusion and rod lengths. The usable print surface is roughly 100mm shorter than the X rods and 80mm shorter than the Y rods.