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mini one ——smallest pocket 3D pirnter in the world

by MG-dream-technology Jul 16, 2019
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Where can you buy these things which you can't print out? And how much does it cost?

well done ! another very very beautiful tiny tiny 3D Printer !!

Thanks for sharing and letting it be open-source !!

Even more thanks for the firmware, if possible lol !

Will you be sharing the firmware too ?

Regardless, thanks loads for documenting a great build !

i will later,change some thing.

Also i have an idea to make print bed heated ! but must print lower half of this printer in a higher temperature plastic, ABS, PETG etc

Here are some really cheap and TINY low-voltage heaters:

100x100mm 90W 12V DC Flexiable Eeletric Polyimide Film Heater

DC 12V Thermostatic Ceramic PTC Heating Plate

25mm 5W 12V DC Flexiable Round Polyimide Film Heater

Just some idea's to make even more better use :)

You could maybe try something like these?

12V DC 40x50mm 8W Flexible Waterproof Silicon Heater Pad For 3D Printer

50 X 50mm 6V 25W w/ 3M Custom Made iThermal CE UL Silicone Rubber Heater

Thanks techheadfred !

Another good couple of decent items that we can use for a tiny heated bed !!!

Now im itching to incorporate one haha, just collecting parts at the moment lol

This brings us all back to the function of one 3D Printer making another from it, making parts for another lol !

keep up the excellent attitude & open-source camaraderie !

I'm tempted to build one myself after the current projects are finished!
I was thinking of going one step further and using something like this to see if I could keep it small:

Mini 3D Printer Control Board one+ v2.2

so cute! it's like when you went to the forest you can have this sitting on your shoulder

I built this one a couple of weeks ago, but modified with 3mm brass bushes. www.thingiverse.com/thing:3625715. Can I suggest one of the things to modify is perhaps make the x and y axis bearing much wider than you have at the moment otherwise you will experience alot of wobble. Also I bought some of those dvd rom steppers of ebay with a delrin plate already attached to the thread screw for a few dollar each Good work. Would like to see it in action when your finished!

Mini DVD Motor 3d Printer

Hi, I designed the other DVD printer you linked to (Just found this one as someone collected them both and saw its a similar design!) would love to see your finished printer posted as a make!

beautiful printer,thanks for your advice,I use low lead screw motor,trip is 50mm,very cheap, 0.3 dollar/pc,I will finish it as soon as possible.

That is very interesting. maybe this is something to turn it into a school project.