This version of a D3D is being constructed at the OSE Immersion Training Summer 2018. It is a 14 inch steel frame, two axis supported hot end extruder. Since it was built using supplied parts and extreme manufacturing a focus will be on assembly instructions.
- 1 Development Template for D3D v18.09
- 2 Bill of Materials
- 3 Assembly
- 4 Guides
- 5 Extreme Manufacturing
- 6 Software
- 7 Future Directions
- 8 Links
Development Template for D3D v18.09
Bill of Materials
Note: this BOM is an update of D3D v18.08
The frame outlines the machine and should be assembled first.
Extruders were assembled from hotend components and 3D printed body pieces.
Supplied axis 3D printed pieces were assembled by teams with just enough for participants. It seems a surplus should be included to account for lost and broken pieces.
Preassembled carriage pieces required force for insertion of the rods. It seems that 3D printed parts could benefit from labeling to reduce mistakes during assembly and time.
Holes for the axis and control panel set the orientation of the frame and could also be labeled during production.
Extreme documentation requires actual documentation, while this seems arduous it natural part of many fields. In sessions meant to cover documentation of the machines it seems a method of encouraging of taking and sharing notes or full on documentation should be taught first. Lectures may not be very conducive to productive learning, while a hands-on documentation session may connect people with process.
Wire Routing and Final Touching: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1vUwm1JZS3i5IyRm7b4wBucN_K1ba2rugQk3jyxwf8Pc/edit?usp=sharing
- Control Panel 1: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bGoJ7T7Y26oi9NQTS1o30Oaw3tvnPTD7jWdnfiWRA2Q/edit#slide=id.p
- Control Panel 2: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1iQKjUccHetxacICyOPumA8Q-fRyK7kMl6DqspyTBixc/edit?usp=sharing
- Extruder : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/172KqbjetnginKONsxB2fh9P-IjfuogUx-CAq8Cvx_4Q/edit#slide=id.p
- Heated Bed : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BJ1WMltjScTuQ7paGLvs0HMpxtESkitffxhm0d8K4Sc/edit?usp=sharing
- Frame : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1hyFU_mV8qGpV-hbHg9gOAYagN1vF-tqNdCh8p_B8hfc/edit#slide=id.p
- Axis X, Y, Z: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AKgYVq1v1WCgCvUxsRGYh2Awzl4s1mI75tHxGzxw0zg/edit?usp=sharing
- Cable Chain + End Stops: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gwybca08--vPJK7txn65uS88J1zeHRYDFC_BdHKE-Ak/edit?usp=sharing
- Assembly: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dQPuo0tHr3wnP7MAigtNTv425M69HgO5AlSDLuAxTpQ/edit?usp=sharing
Cable Chain and End Stops
Wire routing and final touches
Parts List by Module
Quality control tests need to be developed for each module.
- File:OSE Marlin v1809.zip. See u8glib for necessary library. Use Arduino 1.6.8
- Initialization file - File:1809profile.ini