My homebuilt DIY 3D printer

This is my homebuilt DIY 3D printer. It is a CoreXY design with a wood frame and 3D-printed parts. I have designed all the parts in SketchUp, and many parts have been replaced/updated with new ones as I learned from my old mistakes. All the parts are printed from PLA.

Some features:

  • 20x20x30 cm build volume
  • Heated borosilicate glass printbed
  • “3D-touch” -sensor for auto mesh bed leveling
  • Genuine E3D V6 hotend (0.4 mm nozzle)
  • Trinamic TMC2100 stepper drivers
  • MKS GEN 1.4 control board
  • Marlin RC8 firmware

I have made a zip-folder with the original SketchUp-file, all the STL-files and the Marlin RC8 firmware configuration files. You can download it here: http://brinkeby.se/downloads/AxelsDIYcoreXYprinter.zip

This download also includes parts for a more effective radial blower part cooling fan not showed in the images on this page. In the SketchUp-file, it is also possible to see and measure all the dimensions of the wood pieces I used to build the wooden frame.

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