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Gradually, the enemy takes shape 8) , and will have a warm bed and a cooling near the extruder nozzle.














For now it is all original except for the aesthetics, just get me the Plexiglas and aluminum will become strong and bad.

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I like the carbon fiber look,  might have to do that to mine...

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That is very nice.

It looks very well like that.
Is that carbon fibre laminate or just a sticker?

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  • Last Edit: 30 Dec, 2016, 19:34:37 PM by BigFloppy

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Did you paint the plastic red on these?
How did you manage the steel / aluminium bars on the printhead mounts?

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Did you paint the plastic red on these?
How did you manage the steel / aluminium bars on the printhead mounts?

Before being painted red have received a coat of matte black primer, the bars are built with uniball M4 threaded rod copereta from aluminum tube 5mm.

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Are the linear rods difficult to remove from the pylons?
Do you have to remove the guide bearings from the rods before removing the rods?

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Are the linear rods difficult to remove from the pylons?
Do you have to remove the guide bearings from the rods before removing the rods?
To remove the rods 6mm you remove the plugs, to remove them without breaking them just make a small hole, screw a self-tapping screw and pull gently, to extract the rods just push with a pin, some are easy while others are a bit more harsh .

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I was able to remove the rods by just pushing up on the rods. Doing that pushed the plug out of the hole. I found I could do that downwards too since there ate plugs in the bottom too.

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latest updates,
here is the enemy  ;)























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That spool holder is seriously awesome!

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Omg those arm linear glides are frickin amazing. Were they machined?
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What heated bed are you using? and are you placing it directly on the 101hero plastic bottom, just curious if is warping?