Saw this beautiful piece of art from over 3.3 k years. For sure thingiverse already had few versions of it so i downloaded files and went for it. this was also thin wall first calibration run so i dont mind some imperfections, mtf.white recently got 1.3 mechanical upgrade so speed is still testish… This was printed at […]Continue reading..mtf.white 1.3 nefertiti
My meta.frame.white has reached version 1.3 and has just got: sliders (slider2.0-xl1.8) carriages(carriage1.0) actuator(actuator1.5-xl1.3) combo extruder(extruder1.8-xl1.5) These are all confirmed natural evolution from previous versions. Currently this model we call white is in version 1.3. easy switch fast all material 24 cm print surface delta 3d printer with all plastic and aluminium frame movement is […]Continue reading..mtf.white 1.3 upgrade
Another mtf experiment, my reasoning was: how would it look like if instead of trying ever thinner and finer printing i try another way? Said, done! I found one nozzle that always used to clog, one dremel 2.6 mm diameter drill bit and combined the three. Drill, drill bit and old nozzle allowed for extremely […]Continue reading..mtf.white 1.2 fat extrusion
Ok, mechanical and movement segment of this metaframe.xl upgrade is pretty much complete. Firmwire is still in progress but i will keep you posted. First lets see full blown two major segments of this upgrade. Print heated surface has grown to 42 cm diameter and is made of two melted toughened glass segments with nich […]Continue reading..mtf.xl 2.0 diamond
Since actuator segment was undergoing major changes i managed to spot few weaknesses in slider/carriage segments so i made this new, simpler and more sturdy sliders to try them on both machines since flaws i spotted in version one would appear for sure, so why wait when you can, which is major advantage of this […]Continue reading..mtf.xl 1.8 slider upgrade
Testing ceramics hot end segment to avoid usage of ptfe tubes inside of heat sink above heater. Unfortunately it turned out that even at low 185ºC extrusion temperatures pla tends to stick to it for some reason, like it enjoys the contact with ceramics. It managed to work a bit but not very reliable, tested […]Continue reading..mtf.xl 1.5 ceramic voyages
Two main material selections when dealing with everyday 3d printing using layer deposition technique are shorthand ABS and PLA. Broadly speaking both materials are thermoplastic but in essence are completely different beasts. Polylactic acid or polylactide (PLA, Poly) Biodegradable thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, chips or starch, […]Continue reading..thermoplastic wars!
This was first public display of our machines, add to that troubles during transport and you get only part of nervous state we were in. However experience gained and knowledge shared made it all worth while. Homebrewed, professional, big, small all in all lots of different machine and people profile. Thanks to great hosts and […]Continue reading..Sisak 3d print show
Greetings, just a quick marker of quiet startup sequence. Come back soon since i will be posting all designs for two exciting delta printers here and only here. At first i was inclined to using github and thingiwerse but decided against that since lots of problems in integrating content arose. cUsOOnContinue reading..it’s alive!