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new build, 2020 extrusion frame

Started by shawdreamer, Wednesday,March 21, 2018, 12:35:44

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All good stuff.....................enjoyed this thread   ~~

I'm more than tempted to have a go once the Prusa Mk3 is built and running.

I'm hoping the build of the Prusa will help point the way and fettle skills a bit, and I'm in no hurry, but some detail on components to assemble would be valuable at some time please?

I enjoy building generally, but some assist with the right/best components would help if you can fine the time to list/explain sometime or I may well get lost in the jungle.

I get the 2020 extrusion comes from Banggood but the fittings needed, etc are another matter, let alone the motors, heaters, control eqpt, etc,etc, and what can talk OK to what. I'm even still not confident on the interchangeability of nozzles, for example.
HobbyKing Fabrikator II Mini, 100x100x100. (a re-badged Malyan) - Modded with magnetic Flex Bed.
Original Prusa i3 Mk3 (All Black).
Anycubic Photon S  (Resin/UV).