I don’t see why not. That’s the beauty of it for me. I like that they used flat non-marring jaws too. It will be great for PCBs.That's a neat version of a third hand. Never heard of them before. Not a terrible price either for what it can do. I'm assuming you can use any magnetic surface besides the included one?
This is really nice. I hope the actual product is as nice. LiDAR is probably not going to be as widespread as you think. It has limitations with bed surface and such being a factor. It’s a great step, for sure. I wonder if they’re using a fork if Spaghetti Detective or if they designed their own.Have you guys seen the new K1 max from creality?
300x300x300mm build plate, 600mm/s printing, lidar, AI to watch for print failures and obstructions, and all for less than a prusa mk4.
If this is the future of 3D printers I can't wait.
Thanks. It was also cobbled together from scrap. I only purchased one piece of MDF and the piano hinges. I’m a material hoarder for stuff like this. The MDF, hinges and feet still set me back about $60. The hinges are kind of crap too.Looking good. Even your wooden structure is miles better than the hack job I did w/cardboard boxes when I was first learning about 3D printing.
I don’t see why you would have to, but I don’t see why you can’t move it to the exterior if there’s enough slack. I wouldn’t go through the trouble. A lot of these companies sell enclosures that slide the whole printer right inside.For building enclosures, do we really have to move the PSU to the outside of the enclosure, or is that just internet over-worrying?
For building enclosures, do we really have to move the PSU to the outside of the enclosure, or is that just internet over-worrying?
Perhaps. I haven’t heard of this before. I’ve seen Prusas in enclosures too. For the price of a new PSU I would rather keep it where it’s at and have to replace it than move it.Mine is inside the enclosure but if you buy a prusa enclosure they have you move it to the outside. On long prints everything does get hot so maybe if you are doing 8+ hour prints with 110 degree bed temps it would matter.