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My build - Tantillus

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Hello all i am currently working on making a printed version of the Reprap Tantillus 3d printer.

I now have almost all of the printed parts im currently working on finishing the case.

I ordered my electronics now today.

I am wondering if anyone knows of a step by step guide to build this printer?

Also for the ramps shield board what would the little 4 connectors be called for a nema 17 stepper motor? this isnt a big deal

im just really trying to get the directions so i can start assembly

Any other comments id like to hear,

Thank you!

 

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It is true that someone in here posted about a printed Tantillus build..., it was quite far along. I dont remember who or where... I also have several lasercut panels lying around for the Tantillus, and have started collecting parts for them...

As far as I have seen, the instructions by Sublime on the Tantillus website are very detailed...

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