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I have a short video of the "Spider" as it is referred to on the internet. The tail end of the video is a couple of still images of the finished product. I could stay up to see the printing all the way thru.     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgDjY7kk8fg     I have purchased the Dual Z Axis  kit and will do a quick write up on it next.   Until then, keep makin' ...
So, you're all setup, the printer is built and the electrical is wired and you want to print some. The itch is really getting to you. But what does one print out and where does one get files to print. One of the best places for getting files to print is from Thingiverse.   Before we get the printer all cranked up, we have a few things that need to be done. The printer circuit board  comes preloaded with the firmware needed to get the printer printing. In reading through the posts on t ...
So the printer is built and all of the carriages move nice and smoothly.  Now there is a wad of wires, switches and electrical parts that need to be all connected in order to make this printer, print. If you remember at the tail end of Part 1, I gave a link to a YouTube video which, at the beginning of the video, it showed a few tools and supplies to get. I would recommend purchasing these supplies and getting a hold of these tools. It will make the electrical portion go a bit easier. Place ...
I'm going to try and give the Tevo Tarantula Prusa i3 Printer a bit of a review.  I was kind of looking at getting a 3D printer, but the price of them seemed out of reach. Knowing nothing about 3D printers I would read some posts around the Internet, but nothing serious. I follow a blog at https://tech.scargill.net/. Mr. Scargill started a review on the printer in December of 2017, but had fallen ill and hasn't completed it. It is from his post that I decided to take the plunge and get one ...