D3D v20.04

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Summary

D3D printer with 12", insulated heatbed. This is the next to last iteration of build prior to upgrading to the single-piece 3D printed axis pieces.

Developent Template

D3D v20.04
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DESIGN
1 Requirements + Value Proposition D3D_v20.04 Requirements + Value Proposition {{{1}}}
2 Industry_Standards D3D_v20.04 Industry Standards {{{2}}}
3 Conceptual Design D3D_v20.04 Conceptual Design {{{3}}}
4 Module Breakdown D3D_v20.04 Module Breakdown 20
5 3D CAD D3D_v20.04#3D CAD 20
6 Calculations D3D_v20.04 Calculations {{{6}}}
7 Electronics Design D3D_v20.04 Electronics Design {{{7}}}
8 Wiring and Plumbing D3D_v20.04 Wiring and Plumbing {{{8}}}
9 Software D3D_v20.04 Software {{{9}}}
BILL OF MATERIALS
10 BOM D3D_v20.04 BOM {{{10}}}
21 BOM Optimization D3D_v20.04 BOM Optimization {{{21}}}
11 vBOM D3D_v20.04 vBOM {{{11}}}
12 CAM Files D3D_v20.04 CAM Files {{{12}}}
13 Cut List D3D_v20.04 Cut List {{{13}}}
BUILD
14 Build Instructions D3D_v20.04 Build Instructions {{{14}}}
22 Quality Control Checklist D3D_v20.04 Quality Control Checklist {{{22}}}
15 Fabrication Drawings D3D_v20.04 Fabrication Drawings {{{15}}}
16 Exploded Part Diagram D3D_v20.04 Exploded Part Diagram {{{16}}}
17 Production Engineering D3D_v20.04 Production Engineering {{{17}}}
DATA COLLECTION
18 Build Pictures and Video D3D_v20.04 Build Pictures and Video {{{18}}}
23 Troubleshooting and Repair D3D_v20.04 Troubleshooting and Repair {{{23}}}
19 Data Collection D3D_v20.04 Data Collection 15
20 Future Work D3D_v20.04 Future Work 100

Working Doc


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3D CAD

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Cut List

Using 3D Printer Workbench 2020:

  1. X - [2] 22”
  2. Y - [4] 21”
  3. Z, bed, spool holder - [9] 17”

Heater Element Wrapping Procedure

  1. Cut 14' of ga 24 nichrome
  2. Cut 5' of tight 2 mm fiberglass sleeve
  3. start the wrap of nichrome on one end of sleeve
  4. Attach other end of sleeve to a free-spinning rotor
  5. Once enough to go inside a cordless drill chuck - grab the nichrome wrap and turn on the drill in reverse to start wrapping. Tension the sleeve against the rotor
  6. Wrap away! A person should be able to wrap 4 feet long just by holding a cordless drill

Questions

-Back to working some on PVC 12" - was there enough torque to lift that bed with 2 Z steppers? I don't seem to have enough with properly tightened axis.