D3D Universal Hamburg

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D3D Universal Hamburg Development
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OSE D3D Universal printer with 2 Z axes.
Product Ecology Uses 8 mm Universal Axis
License OSHWA and OSI compliant. CC-BY-SA-4.0 International, GPLv3.
Extruder Universal Gearless Extruder with Volcano Heater Block
Bed 300mm x 300mm - 11,811"x11,811"
Print Volume 300mm x 300mm x 250mm - 11,811"x11,811"x10"
Construction Universal Axis on wood base
Extrusion Rate Up to 5 lb/day
Completion Status
Build in progress. See 3D Printer Genealogy.
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  • A D3D printer that has been build in Hamburg, Germany, and is based on a fork of the D3D-Universal. The main difference to the D3D-Universal is that it has 2 Z-Axis to be more stable.
  • Great as a First Printer, Clasroom All-in-One Device, or as a print farm componet

Process for decision making in product development



Record of processes for design decision making: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hBqcG7XCNdirPTvo5HsA2t0Vlibr4_QsR9oqnWr6RqQ/edit?usp=sharing

advantages and disadvantages of a threaded rod: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OaOUpowCjWQFRu1epMwQfbqMC7HIwpbghKeP_vPUV30/edit#gid=0

Versions of the D3D Universal with Dual Z-Axis

Development Template - 0.3.0 - D3D_Universal_With_Dual_Z_Axis_Version_0_3_0


Development Template - 0.2.0 - D3D_Universal_With_Dual_Z_Axis_Version_0_2_0


0.1.0 - D3D_Universal_With_Dual_Z_Axis_Version_0_1_0

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