DIYcoreXY

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hydrogen1
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DIYcoreXY

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It’s advertised as “A family of components specifically designed to adapt and scale to your needs”

Frame can be 2020, 2040 or 4040. Uses 6061 aluminum (no printed parts) and MIC6 for bed. Has a machined XY rail mount that comes in 200, 300, 400 and 500 mm sizes.

https://3dfused.com/diycore/

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Re: DIYcoreXY

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Shares some ideas with the HevORT. Interesting with the aluminium components.

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hydrogen1 wrote:
Wed Oct 07, 2020 12:08 am
It’s advertised as “A family of components specifically designed to adapt and scale to your needs”

Frame can be 2020, 2040 or 4040. Uses 6061 aluminum (no printed parts) and MIC6 for bed. Has a machined XY rail mount that comes in 200, 300, 400 and 500 mm sizes.

https://3dfused.com/diycore/
Is this advertizement?

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Re: DIYcoreXY

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Nope. Just one of several 3D printers that I know of that utilize machined aluminum parts for the mechanisms.

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