Sep.30, 2012

You might want to following the development of the LulzBot TK-0 3D Printer by Aleph Objects, it is announced to have 300mm x 300mm x 225mm build volume and 250mm/sec printing speed at 100 microns. It is designed to be assembled and calibrated in 2.5 hours.

There are about 20 printed parts, available in STL format and original Sketchup files. The design files are released under the GPLv3, documentation under CC-BY-SA.

Main specs:

  • RAMBo electronics.
  • Fully enclosed electronics case with fan and strain relief.
  • Panucatt Heatbed.
  • LM8EUU bearings.
  • Marlin firmware.
  • Pronterface printer control.
  • Comes with 0.50mm, 0.35mm, 0.25mm nozzles.
  • No belt slippage or stretching.
  • Folds up into a small box, for easier and less expensive shipping.
  • Weight: 11kg including power supply.
  • Size: 585mm x 525mm x 525mm.
  • Size of unit when folded: 585mm x 525mm x 190mm.
  • Enclosed UL certified power supply (will be 24V).
  • Wade's Reloaded extruder.
  • All extrusion lengths the same--very easily scalable up or down.
  • All rod lengths the same.
  • All belt lengths the same.
  • Colored LEDs to indicate heat and cooling.
  • Materials: ABS or PLA.

Find photos, source and print files, BOM, and more information here.


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