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One of my favorite things about this printer is that I can control it all from my Raspberry Pi laptop using gerbil controller in this video. I will guide you through the steps I took to create this 3d printer. I started off by disassembling. The first optical drive to of the drives I’ll be using are from broken Nintendo Wii consoles, as is the one I’m currently taking apart, and one of them is from an old Dell computer here, I’m marking and screwing holes in the base. For the first optical drive now I’m going to attach the drive to the base using screws from an old GameCube Music Music, I just installed the x and y axes and then I connected the top to the base next I’m going to cut a rectangle out of A we housing and connect it to the previous base using motherboard mounts Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music don’t. Try this yourself, Music, Music Music. Once I had everything wired up, I connected it to power and did the first test Music. Shortly after the first test. My Arduino short circuited and was completely fried. I must have hooked up the wires incorrectly when I bumped the wires loose, so I bought a cheap China, knockoff Arduino that worked just as well as the real thing. Next, I connected a pencil to the printer and created a sick shape. Next I took my 3d pen apart Music. Then i desolder the hot end from the circuit board and then soldered wires connecting them back together.
Music, you, Music, Music, Music. Next, I got the film and guide tube into a smaller piece and attach the hot end to one side of the tube and the extruder to the other side. Music. Then I attach the shortened down three depend to the CNC machine Music. After a few tweaks and a lot of trial and error finally finished my 3d printer so far, I’ve only printed basic objects but I’m excited to see what else I can do with it.
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