SpiderBot Delta 3D Printer

can anyone post some prints done on spiderbot v2.1 Pro?

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Thursday, June 25 2015, 09:12 AM
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Hello, can anyone post some prints done on spiderbot v2.1 Pro? I see allot of improvements done in new spiderbot versions, but somehow the users of this forum does not like to show what they print :/

I don't have spiderbot myself so I just looking to compare it to some other printers. The spiderbot support is very good, and community too. Printer is made by talented engineer with improvement in every version so it's on my list.

Thanks

P.S Larger prints with chamber heater would be interesting.
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      Monday, June 29 2015, 07:43 PM - #permalink
      I just post an article on my blog : http://www.spiderbot.eu/en/blog/tilting-dual-head-with-hybrid-support-advantages.html
      There are some pictures.
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      Thursday, July 02 2015, 01:52 AM - #permalink
      Nice print you have there, I'm glad it's mechanical. I'm sick of the typical 3D prints of toys. However why complicate the printer with tilting head? Delta printers can tilt the head on their own, it's one of the delta printer advantages over cartesian xyz printers.

      See this video from 1:00 minute.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_UmhUjZhNo

      I can't find the other video but another fellow designed a way to slice prints to print this way, so he can print a sphere with tilted head making smooth surface, no layers.

      Offtopic but the ATOM 2.0 seems more sleek look then spiderbot, but since it's only PLA I say it's a cute toy none the less. You can see how solid it looks.

      So nobody else can post prints? Nobody bought the camera addon on spiderbot for time lapse?
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      Friday, July 03 2015, 11:55 AM - #permalink
      Most of our customers are Engineering companies or Research centers, not sure, they want to post pictures on forum...

      To rotate the head would needs to add 2 linear guide-ways (The video you shown uses 6 axis, SpiderBot currently have 3 Axis - linear guide-ways).
      It is not so easy to do and needs a complete redesign of the body.
      It would need also to rewrite the firmware and we couldn't use the same Megatronics Board (only one axis is free on the Megatronics V3.0).
      It would be a completely different machine, with increased price...
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      Friday, May 06 2016, 12:21 PM - #permalink
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      Saturday, May 07 2016, 10:06 AM - #permalink
      A part printed this night :
      SpiderBot 2.2 Dual head, Heated Chamber
      Material : ABS
      Support : HIPS
      Slicer : KISSlicer Pro
      Quality : Medium (Delta Z 0.20mm)
      Speed : 70%Speed/30% quality
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      Tuesday, February 14 2017, 05:59 AM - #permalink
      SpiderBot v2.1, which comes in three different forms — the Standard Kit (starting at 1140,00 €) , Pro Kit and Custom version — has officially been unveiled and made available for purchase this week, with a mere lead time of just 3-5 days.

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      http://vexmatech.com/images/gallery/hips.jpg

      “The extrusion head is supported by a single plate with only 3 spheres and the Rod-End magnets. The TSS is a combination of magnets with spherical bearing surfaces at every end of the 6 carbon tubes connected to three spheres on the support plate that holds the extrusion head. The support plate has only three spheres so that each sphere is always perfectly positioned by two arms. Through this support by only 3 points, it is always perfectly parallel to the heated bed. Due to the magnetic connection that can be broken by applying the right amount of force, maintenance on the print head is easily done.
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