Build your own 3d printer kit – part 4 – programming
So you want to build your own 3d printer kit, so did I – I bought the Renren3d LE kit.
If you have been following along you will have a built a printer and be waiting for it to work.
Just as a recap.
This series of blogs is my build of the Renren3d LE printer
The series so far consists of
Part 1 – initial setup
Part 2 – frame build
Part 3 – fitting the electronics
And this is part 4 – the programming of the unit Continue reading Build Your Own 3d Printer Kit: Renren3d LE (A Delta Printer) Part 4
Ok so you have built your printer and set it up.
You try and print on your delta , and it sticks in the centre but nowhere else – so what do you do now?
You read this delta printer calibration guide about calibrating the z axis to find out how to get your nozzle running flat across the bed. Continue reading Delta printer calibration guide : Z axis
This is part 3 of build your own 3d printer kit, where we follow through the complete build of a delta printer made by Renren3d the flash le printer.
So far on this build we have:
In part 1 – built the assemblies
In part 2 – built the frame
If you have missed either of these feel free to go back and review.
In part 3 we are going on to assemble the electronics onto the printer Continue reading Build Your Own 3d Printer Kit: Renren3d LE (A Delta Printer) Part 3
This is the second in the build your own 3d printer kit series. This post details the build of the frame.
The first part of the series detailed how to put together the end stop wiring, the gears onto the motors and the initial build of the extruder.
If you missed the first part of the build then have a read of it here.
If you have got this far into your build and want to continue brilliant, let’s get on with it. Continue reading Build Your Own 3d Printer Kit: Renren3d LE (A Delta Printer) Part 2