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Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

Thought you guys would like to have a read.

Hope you enjoy it.

Ian :-)

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    Hey Ian

    So have you done the presentation already? How did it go?

    Nice presentation, interesting stories and concepts. Is that your feeder idea? the dragnet one?

    A few grammatical errors. if you need a proof reader let me know :p

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    its done.. last Friday... :-)

    .... and I servived !!

    Ian ;-)

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    and yes the dragnet is the system i have on my ultimaker2 and its working... perfectly... :-)

    I just want to get smaller belts and bring the whole thing down in size... then its a real winner :-)

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    But !!

    im already cooking up an even better version.... save realiability but lighter and designed to be hotend mounted !.. I think hotend mounted feeders are the best solution.. then bye bye bowden ! :-)

    Ian

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    I think hotend mounted feeders are the best solution.. then bye bye bowden ! :smile:

    Ian

     

    Absolutely!

    I've been considering this one by Gregwar.

    But your dragnet really appeals to me ...

    I'll wait for it.

    ..... .. . . .

    Waiting.. .

    How are you doing?

    still waiting.... ... .. . . .

    :smile: :smile: :smile: :smile: :smile: :smile: :smile:

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    Thanks for the pics :) spotted the ieyo bust from braddock on one of them :)

    I guess the guy with the geeky shirt is our beloved Daid?

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    This is Daid... He is a real gentlemen to talk to ! :smile:

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    Seems like you guys had a lot of fun!

    funny to see the pictures you posted in the forums already!

    I don't see how the dragnet thingy should be working though, is it also printed with flex pla?

    Cheers!

    Lennart

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    Good presentation. However, you need to spellcheck!

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    Good presentation. However, you need to spellcheck!

     

    point taken !! i did this presentation in the middle of the night and totally forgot to spell check it !

    Ian :-)

     

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    Posted · My Presentation from the Big Erfurt 3D Fair Germany 2014

    As a poor speller myself (native English speaker so I have no excuse), it's unfortunate that misspellings in a presentation give the impression of lack of knowledge, intelligence and/or education when that impression can be quite incorrect. In my case, the US education system wasn't the best when I was in school. It's better now but no where near other countries.

    Anyhow, that dragnet feeder is pretty slick. I was thinking of doing something similar where both the idler bearing and knurled bolt are driven but I couldn't workout the geometry that would allow it to be powered by one source while maintaining the ability to adjust it. Seems like you have...

    One thing I did I really liked was to replace my UM1's feeder gear set with a herringbone set. It allows very little backlash. If you have backlash, you might considered a similar solution.

     

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