.STL File / 3D model: EVENTORBOT! OPEN SOURCE 3D PRINTER.

Eventorbot! Open source 3D printer. Simple with stuff that are less. Framework consists of a single 4' long, 2 1/2" square tube (16 bore/1.5mm/.0598" thick, price: less then $20.00). With the layout there's a more appealing/finish appearance, as well as less plastic components, more powerful construction, all cables are concealed. The blue print file will get you knowledgeable about the building of the unit. The downloadable file is my blue print that I used to assemble the machine and designed. The truth is to the precise of my build.
For more pictures and upgrades like:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eventorbot/111169638934671

The unit is designed to resemble a robotic arm with hydraulic tubes. It was intended for prints to be influenced by vibrations. With the 1 framework that is solid, any vibrations of any axis will bring about the other axis to go with it. For example: If the X axis causes a small shaking/1mm motion to the right, that 1mm wills also transfer to the right. As everything will stay squared this is going to lead to a better print.

For people who don't have access to a 3D printer. It's possible for you to purchase the plastic components and framework at: kickstarter.com/projects/1874396831/eventorbot-open-source-3d-printer

Eventorbot has fulfilled its funding target!

Well, I am speechless and overwhelmed with all of the support. I'll like to say a BIG thank you for all of the support, kind words, and to every one of the backers. In order to share and have your interest in something I created is an excellent feeling. Everyone of you guys have made something that was a huge vision become reality. Eventorbot, as a 3D printer is presently going to take place! You'll have no sorrows our machine is going to be a solid competition in possessing a Eventorbot.

Thank you... thank you... thank you...

Directions

Attached are Google SketchUp/SKB files. This is really a free software from google. To see the file, please download Google SketchUp. From that point, open the file and take it apart as you enjoy and you'll be able to view the Eventorbot from any angle.

For much more pictures and upgrades like:
facebook.com/pages/Eventorbot/111169638934671

Video clips:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZsJAchkd6A&feature=plcp

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUZKqjrOeSU&feature=plcp

Requested video of prints: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LvzItaDIqM&feature=youtu.be

2nd file is the schematic of the alloy framework and hot head assembly mount. Use this diagram to cut and drill the framework. Make use of the google sketchup applications that is complimentary. With the applications make use of the protractor along with the tape measure. Notice there's 9 faucets on the framework and 2 spigots on the head assembly mount that is hot.

3rd file. COMPONENTS LIST: http://www.reprap.org/wiki/Eventorbot

Files 4-27, are the STL files.
Amount's of print:
(2) bed A p1 P-022
(2) bed A p2 P-023
(1) bed carriage p1 P-012
(1) bed carriage p2 P-013
(1) bed buggy p2 P-015
(1) bed carriage p3 P-014
(1) bed p1 P-020
(1) bed p2 P-021
(1) extruder housing P-002
(2) foothold 1 P-009
(4) footing 2 P-010
(1) mother board tray P-003
(3) motor mount P-005
(2) pulley gear P-006
(2) pole support p1 P-016
(2) pole support p2 P-017
(1) spool holder P-011
(1) spool holder 2 P-011
(1) x carriage P-007
(1) x buggy component 2 P-008
(1) z carriage p1 P-018
(1) z buggy p2 P019

Elective Cosmetic covers:
(2) corner cover P-001
(2) ending cover P-004

File #28 "Hardware.skp" reveals the places of each of the screws. Please make use of the complimentary google sketchup applications, to zoom and see in 3D.

As soon as you've finished the framework and have welded the corners together, additionally, you will need to cut a 2.5" x 2.5" square on top of the framework (the corner covers will cover this corner).
IMG: http://js-kit.com/blob/4eJOmXdyTzqd4rIyxZwOGH.jpg

Tutorial videos:

1st tutorial, Alloy frame: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgLoQZsGVb4
Assembly of Eventorbot. X axis tutorial component 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evpfwuurSG0&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. X axis tutorial component 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKUsRDj9D6s&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. Z axis tutorial component 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSqShwyFCtg&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. Z axis tutorial component 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Hn966fX_pQ&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. Extruder tutorial component 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Udy_GOt7I3Y&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. Y axis tutorial component 6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRFLkUnXfQE&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. Y axis tutorial component 7: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4mqcd6UmM0&feature=plcp
Assembly of Eventorbot. Y axis tutorial component 8: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-9c5vNKFvY&feature=plcp

For people who would not have access to a 3D printer. It's possible for you to purchase the plastic components and framework at: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1874396831/eventorbot-open-source-3d-printer

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