Printrbot Information and Diagrams

Update: October 25th 2013
Since there has been updates to info and diagrams, I figured it would update this guide as well.

Getting started: Guides and all other info on how to setup your new bot or PB acessories. (updated 10-1-13)

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Z-rod couplers, the right way

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Here's your jumper connection as well as Y cable connection

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Here's an assembled PB spool

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Here's how to assemble your new PB spool

Sometimes it can be confusing to deturmine X, Y and Z axis on your Printrbot.  So I found these neat little diagrams that will help to take away any previous confusion.  Each chart is labeled with what Printrbot machine it is referring to. Also the E axis is usually for the extruder.

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Here’s the controller and wiring diagram:
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Here’s the chart for the two Kysan motors that Printrbot uses. The one with the higher amperage is the (Large kysan) they sell on their online store and the other one is the Kysan Printrbot is having custom made (Smaller Kysan) for the Printrbot Simple.
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Here’s the new asymboly diagrams for the direct drive extruder
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The Printrbot Simple’s asymboly diagrams
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Asymboly diagrams for the Printrbot Plus and LC

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You can also find full build instructions and these diagrams in pdf files here as well as other instructions for Printrbot products.

Here’s a view of the new inventor files that Printrbot released recently.
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Posted from RepRap Squad HQ

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About Envious Mods

Custom PC case mods and fabrication is a lifestyle for me. I love being able to come up with an idea and then make it a reality. If you need help with your own case mods or ideas I'm always available. Happy Modding!

Posted on July 16, 2013, in RepRap - The Basics, RepRap News and Usefull Info and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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