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    Tim_axe reacted to Draax's post in the thread PRUSA i3 MK3S newb with Like Like.
    I really should have paid closer attention to the dimensions of this before I printed it (14.41" x 20.67" x 17.24")... but it turned out amazing. It took weeks to print all the parts for the hydralisk but it is finally complete. There are some...
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    Tim_axe replied to the thread 3D printer silliness.
    Along the line of surface plates, I was at one point looking at import options. For my Prusa i3 Mk2.5, I could probably do a smaller 12x18"...however a ~$50 from Shars 18x24" Grade B, 3" thick (no ledge - these are thinner/lighter) would end up...
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    FDM you can probably set inserts into most printed bosses with a soldering iron. Not sure how much smaller to size the boss. SLS is probably a bit like FDM when it comes to melting plastic, so you should be able to set an insert into a boss with...
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    Tim_axe reacted to Draax's post in the thread PRUSA i3 MK3S newb with Like Like.
    I failed to follow the instructions for dividing the gummy bears up and having a few after completing the construction of each axis. 😔
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    Tim_axe replied to the thread PRUSA i3 MK3S newb.
    A couple years ago I built the i3 MK2S after leaving it in the shipping box for a few months. The parts were bagged nicely to line up with the major sections of build steps and it was easy enough to follow along though for that model there were...
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    Tim_axe replied to the thread 3D printer silliness.
    That's some timing on the screen shot, I didn't see that option on the first site I pulled up (all3dmakers). Either way it looks like you would get the fun of assembling the printer, even if it is one time with all of the pre-printed upgrade...
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    Tim_axe reacted to honegod's post in the thread 3D printer silliness with Like Like.
    I took this snapshot, cropped it, and came here to do a post on how I would like a third option of high temperature printed parts, and read your post. bootstrap problem, eh ? that is what capitalism is FOR. yes. I watched a Bear build video...
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    Tim_axe replied to the thread 3D printer silliness.
    As far as enclosures, since some of the extruder fan parts and axis motor holders and things are 3d printed it is kind of important to not add a heater. For the most part the PSU and other electronics will be fine in a basic enclosure which might...
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