3D-printer


Laser cut enclosure for RAMPS1.4 board

Here is my drawing for a box to enclose a RAMPS1.4 stepper motor control board. If you don’t have any RAMPS1.4 boards… I guess you won’t be interested. You can cut these at Quelab from 3mm acrylic. Cut one copy as is, another copy without the little access holes for the opposing plates. It is easy to delete items in LaserCut, harder to add them.

You will need to add holes for fans, ventilation and cable routing.


3D Printing Maker Meetup

Coming Soon (this Thursday, 15 November), Make: Magazine will be releasing their special “Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing” (did you see that Dilbert?). To celebrate, they’re throwing a Hangout on Google+, as well as coordinating groups of Makers to get together and talk about making things.

If you’re interested in 3D-printing, if you have a 3D-Printer, or if you have no idea what I’m talking about, come on out and see what this whole thing is all about. Whether you’re a designer, inventor, hacker, tinkerer, or weekend DIYer–anyone interested in finding out more about 3D printing and design is welcome! Bring your laptops, tablets, smartphones to access the Internet and G+ Hangout On Air.

Meetup Event

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