كتاب Maintaining and Troubleshooting Your 3D Printer
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Contents at a Glance
About the Author xvii
About the Technical Reviewer xix
Acknowledgments xxi
Introduction xxiii
- Part 1: Getting Started with 3D Printing 1
- Chapter 1: Introduction to 3D Printing
- Chapter 2: Getting a 3D Printer
- Chapter 3: 3D Printer Building: Tips for a Successful Build
- Chapter 4: Configuring the Software
- Chapter 5: Calibrating the Printer
- Part 2: Troubleshooting 205
- Chapter 6: Printing for the First Time
- Chapter 7: Solving Hardware Issues
- Chapter 8: Solving Software Issues
- Part 3: Maintenance and Enhancements 295
- Chapter 9: 3D Printer Maintenance: Inspection and Adjustment Tasks
- Chapter 10: 3D Printer Maintenance: Preventive and Corrective Tasks
- Chapter 11: 3D Printer Enhancements
- Part 4: Mastering Your Craft 427
- Chapter 12: Working with Objects
- Chapter 13: Taking It to the Next Level
Appendix: Common Problems and Solutions
Table of contents
Cover
Title
Copyright
Dedication
Contents at a Glance
Contents
About the Author
About the Technical Reviewer
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part 1: Getting Started with 3D Printing
Chapter 1: Introduction to 3D Printing
Getting Started
What Is 3D Printing?
How Does FFF Work?
3D Printing Software
Computer-Aided Design
CAD Software Choices
Blender
OpenSCAD
Thingiverse: An Object Repository
Computer-Aided Manufacturing
CAM Software Choices
MakerWare
Slic3r
Filament Properties
Firmware
Firmware Choices
Printer Control
Pronterface
Repetier-Host
3D Printer Hardware
Axis Movement
Minimum and Maximum Endstops and Crashes
Stepper Motors
Extrusion Mechanism (Extruder)
Build Platform
Electronics
Frame
Filament Types
ABS vs. PLA: Which Is Best?
Switching Filament
What You Can Expect from a 3D Printer
Ease of Use
Print Quality
Reliability
Maintainability
Summary
Chapter 2: Getting a 3D Printer
Classes of 3D Printers
Professional Grade
Consumer Grade
Hobbyist Grade (RepRap)
Sourcing Your Own Printer Kit
Make a Plan
Rules of Acquisition12
Danger Ahead
3D Printer Features
Build Volume
Filament
Hot End Types
LCD Panel
SD Card Reader
Filament Cartridge System
Network Connection
Wireless Support
Adjustable Print Bed
Filament Cleaner
Filament Spool Holder
Heated Print Bed
Cooling Fans for the Print Bed
Electronics Cooling Fan
Auto Bed Leveling
Build or Buy?
Reasons for Building Your Own 3D Printer
Reasons for Buying a Ready-to-Print 3D Printer
How Do I Decide?
Buying a Used 3D Printer
Summary
Chapter 3: 3D Printer Building: Tips for a Successful Build
Tools and Skills Required
Tool Quality: Does it Matter?
Tools
Skills
3D Printer Kits Revisited
Complete
Parts Only
Component
3D Printer Build Tips
General Notes
Frame Components
The Moving Parts
Electronics
Preflight Checks
Summary
Chapter 4: Configuring the Software
Setting up and Configuring the Firmware on Your Printer
Choosing Your Firmware
Getting Started with Marlin
Arduino Tutorial
Downloading Marlin
Prerequisite: Do the Math
Configuring Marlin
Compiling and Uploading
Project: Customizing Marlin
Adding Custom Menu Items
Displaying a Welcome Message
Installing Software on Your Computer
Choosing Your Printer Controller
Installing Repetier-Host
Connecting Your Printer
Running the Preflight Tests
Project: Building a 3D Printer Print Server
Raspberry Pi Tutorial
Setting up the Raspberry Pi Hardware
Setting up the Raspberry Pi Software
Connecting and Using OctoPi
Summary
Chapter 5: Calibrating the Printer
Setting the Endstops
X-Axis Endstop
Y-Axis Endstop
Z-Axis Endstop
Calibrating the Stepper Drivers
Calibrating the Axes
Tools Required
X Axis
Y Axis
Z Axis
Calibrating the Extruder
Leveling the Heated Print Bed
Frame and Chassis
Summary
Part 2: Troubleshooting
Chapter 6: Printing for the First Time
Preparing the Printer for Printing
Preparing Your Print Surface
Setting the Z-Height
Slicer Calibration
Printing Your First Object
Printing Process
Calibration Prints
Finding Things to Print
Getting Started
Searching
Downloading
Summary
Chapter 7: Solving Hardware Issues
Troubleshooting Techniques
Create a Baseline
Observe and Record
Consider the Possible Causes
Choose a Cause and Implement a Strategy to Correct
Hardware Problems
Filament
Extruder and Hot End
Adhesion
Axes and Chassis
Electrical
Summary
Chapter 8: Solving Software Issues
Slicer
First-Layer Adhesion
Print Quality
Scaling
Orientation
Filament and Extrusion
Printer Controller
Communication Failures
Axis Crashes
Firmware
Summary
Part 3: Maintenance and Enhancements
Chapter 9: 3D Printer Maintenance: Inspection and Adjustment Tasks
Getting Started with Maintenance
Keep Your Area Clean and Free of Clutter
Organize Your Tools for Quick Access
Unplug Your Printer
Take Your Time
Record Your Observations
Basic Maintenance Tasks
Inspection Tasks
Adjustment Tasks
Summary
Chapter 10: 3D Printer Maintenance: Preventive and Corrective Tasks
Preventive Tasks
Cleaning the Printer
Lubricating Moving Parts
Replacing Worn Parts
Got Spares?
Printing Spares
Recommended List of Spares
Corrective Tasks
Clearing a Clogged Nozzle
Replacing Broken or Worn Plastic Parts
Repairing Broken ABS Parts
Replacing Extruder Gears
Replacing Belts
Bearings, Bushings, and Rods
Replacing Filters
Summary
Chapter 11: 3D Printer Enhancements
Types of Enhancements
Farkles
Quality Enhancements
Feature Upgrades
Upgrading Your Printer: Getting Started
Do Your Research: Finding Upgrades
Set Your Goals and Expectations
Check Your Calibration
One Upgrade at a Time
Generic Upgrades: Your First Upgrade
Printer-Specific Upgrades
Printrbot Simple
Prusa Mendel i2
Prusa i3
MakerBot Replicator 1 Dual
MakerBot Replicator 2 (and 2X)
Summary
Part 4: Mastering Your Craft
Chapter 12: Working with Objects
Creating Objects
OpenSCAD Tutorial
Example: Creating a Thread Spool
Modifying Objects
Modifying OpenSCAD Files
Object Mashup
Post-Print Finishing
Preparation Is Key
Painting
ABS Acetone Vapor Bath
Assembling Multipart Things
Summary
Chapter 13: Taking It to the Next Level
Contributing 3D Models
How We Share
Sharing Etiquette
Example: Uploading a Thing to Thingiverse
Ideas for Using Your 3D Printer
Spawning a New Printer
Practical Household Solutions
Summary
Appendix: Common Problems and Solutions
Index
„„„„„„„„A
Acrylonitrile butadiene
styrene (ABS) juice, 219
acetone vapor, 221
action process, 220
Kapton tape, 222
paint brush, 222
pipe cement, 351
plumbing cement, 354
preparation, 219
razor tool, 221
removed surface, 220
Adhesion problems, 482
Adjustment tasks, 3D printer, 312
filament drive pulley cleaning, 318
disconnect stepper motor, 319
reassemble extruder and
load filament, 322
remove debris, 321
remove stepper motor, 321
removing extruder fan, 320
unload filament, 319
frequency, 312
nozzle cleaning
acetone, 325
ESD-safe tweezers, 324
j-head nozzle, 322–323
soft wire brush, 324
print bed leveling procedure, 313
MarkerBot Replicator 1, 314–315
startup screens, 314
Z-height adjuster, 317
Airwolf, 59
All-metal hot ends, 75
„„„„„„„„B
Bar clamps, 342
Belt-driven mechanisms, 138
Belts, 343
clamps, 342
closed-loop belts, 310
loose belts, 309
Bench testing, 118
Blender CAD application, 10
Blue painter’s tape
advantage, 209
cost analysis, 210
cut, excess tape, 212
gap smoothening, 212
vs.green and yellow tape, 209
manufacturer’s logo, 210
masking tape, 208
outer edge alignment, 211–212
overhang, 210
removing parts, 209
in rows, 210
strip replacement, 213
surface distortion, discoloration, 213
Z-height, 213
Build plate, 343
„„„„„„„„C
Canned air, 330
Ceramic screwdriver, 93
Clogged extruder, 257
Cold pull method, 256
Complete printrbot simple kit, 104
Component kits, 106
Index
489Computer-aided design (CAD), 8
Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), 2
Consumer grade
Airwolf, 59
commodity components, 58
Deezmaker, 59
MakerGear, 59
Maxbots, 59
Printrbot, 59–60
SeeMeCNC, 59–60
Corrective maintenance
bearings and bushings, 364–365
belt tensioners, 363
broken ABS parts, 353
broken/worn plastic parts
bolt length, 352
threaded rod frames, 351
clogged nozzle
in acetone, 350
clearing procedure, 346
extrusion failure, 346
in flame, 346
plastic debris removal, 347
reheat, 349
replacement nozzles, 350
tools, 346
wire brush cleaning, 350
closed belts
X-axis belt replacement, 358
Y-axis belt replacement, 359
extruder gears, 355
filters, 366
firmware, 344
open belts, 357
smooth rods, 365
„„„„„„„„D
Deezmaker, 59
Delta Micro Factory Corporation, 56
Digital caliper, 88
Drill bits, 96
„„„„„„„„E
Electromagnetic interference (EMI), 269
Electronics board, 343
Electrostatic discharge (ESD), 268
Endstop holders, 342–343
Endstop setting
X-axis
Prusa.i2, 176
Prusa i3, 177–178
Y-axis
Prusa i2, 179
Prusa i3, 179–180
Z-axis, 181
Prusa i2, 182
Prusa i3, 183
Prusa i3 auto bed leveling, 184
Z-height adjusters, 181
Enhancement, 3D printers
calibration check, 381
farkles
beautification, 370
definition, 370
LED light, 371
feature upgrades
LCD panel, 376
Z-height adjuster, 378
generic upgrades
adjustable feet, 383–384
fans, 383
lighting, 382, 384
goals and expectations, 381
printer-specific upgrades
(see Printer-specific upgrades)
quality
filament management, 372
heated print bed insulation, 374
search terms, 380
Exhaust fabric, 374
Exhaust header wrap, 374
Extruder, 193
extruder body, 307
filament drive gear, 306
filament failures, 256
gears inspection, 308, 342
idler bearing, 309
idler door, 307
idler mount, 342
mechanism, 255
nozzle obstructions, 256
printer calibration
filament 0mm, 195
filament 100mm and 120mm, 195
filament loaded, 194
overrun, 198
process, 194
Repetier-Host filament
extrusion, 196
underrun, 197, 199
stepper motor, 306
wire fatigue, 309
Electric static discharge (ESD), 88
Extrusion failure, 346, 483
- index
490„„„„„„„„F
Filament
environmental factors, 254
filter/cleaner designs, 253–254
quality, 252
spool holder, 252
Firmware, 293. See also Marlin firmware
FrogTape, 209
Fume extraction filters, 366
Fume extractor, 94
Fused deposition modeling (FDM), 5
„„„„„„„„G
Gate hinge, 474
G-code, 15
„„„„„„„„H
Hardware problems
adhesion, 257
big acrylic box, 262
cut adhesive side, 261
definition, 257
drafts, 259–260
folding tape, 261
print bed adjustments, 258
print surface, 258
removable blue painter, 261–262
skirt, 260
thermal enclosure, 262
wooden box, 262
axes
adjustments, 263
lack maintenance, 265
obstructions, 263
print failure, 264
electrical component, 265
electronics board, 268
endstop holders, 268
LCD panel, 269
SD card reader, 268
stepper motors, 266
switches, 268
wiring, 267
extruder
filament failures, 256
mechanism, 255
nozzle obstructions, 256
retraction, 255
filament
environmental factors, 254
filter/cleaner designs, 253–254
quality, 252
spool holder, 252
solutions vs. magical cures, 246
troubleshooting
baseline definition, 247
causes, 249
observations
and recording, 248–249
strategy implementations, 250
white tape, 246
Header/manifold, 374
Heat gun, 97
Home Zillions, 363
„„„„„„„„I, J
Inspection tasks, 3D printer, 301
axes, 305
belts
closed-loop belts, 310
loose belts, 309
extruder
extruder body, 307
filament drive gear, 306
gears inspection, 308
idler bearing, 309
idler door, 307
stepper motor, 306
wire fatigue, 309
filament, 306
frame (chasis), 303
broken parts, 305
check alignment, 304
tighten bolts, 303
frequency, 302
print surface, 311
wiring, 310
„„„„„„„„K
Kapton tape, 102
ABS printing, 213, 219
action process, 215–217
features, 213
instructions, 215
print bed, 218
preparation, 208
problematic
dry application, 218
removing parts, 214
roll, 213–214
wider widths, 215
Z-height, 219
Kit-based printers, 310
- index
491„„„„„„„„L
Liquid-crystal display (LCD) panel
Marlin firmware, 377
Printrbot, 377
Printrbot Simple, 385, 388
Prusa i3, 377, 400
Prusa Mendel i2, 376, 393
lcd_status_screen() method, 154
Lead screw–driven axis calculations.
See Threaded rod–driven mechanism
Lulzbot, 56
„„„„„„„„M
MakerBot Desktop software, 478
MakerBot Digitizer, 478
MakerBot Industries, 55
MakerBot Replicator 2/2x, 363. See also Y-axis belt
MakerBot Replicator Desktop, 56
MakerFarm, 68
MakerGear, 59
MakerWare, 18
Marlin firmware
Arduino board, 132
Arduino IDE, 131
Arduino Mega 2560 microcontroller, 130
belt-driven mechanisms, 135
blink, 131
compiling and uploading, 151
configuration
author and version, 143
axes movement, 147
baud rate, 143
EEPROM, 149
electronics board, 143
endstops settings, 146
LCD panel, 150
temperature sensors, 144–145
custom menu items, 153
downloading, 133
gear-driven axes, 136
hardware feature, 130
RepRap calculator
10mm tall test cube
measurement, 140–141
acceleration calculation, 141
belt-driven axis calculation, 138
optimal layer height calculation, 139–140
threaded rod–driven
axis calculation, 138
serial port menu option, 132–133
stepper motor, 136
threaded rod-driven mechanisms, 136
welcome message, 154
Maxbots, 59
Mechanical/electrical problems, 486
Metric drill bits, 96
Mk7 Stepstruder, 341
Multimeter, 92
„„„„„„„„N
NextDayRepRap, 68
NorCal-RepRap, 68
Nozzle, 343
„„„„„„„„O
O2 Hurricane, 330–331
Objects
creation
OpenSCAD (see OpenSCAD)
Thingiverse, 429
thread spool (see Thread spool creation)
modification
MakerBot Replicator 2, 440
post-print finishing (see Post-print finishing, objects)
OctoPrint software, 164
OpenSCAD, 429
applications, 430
complex object, 434
coordinate key, 430
cube() statement, 431
cylinder() statement, 432–433, 435
difference() statement, 432
modification, 440
PCB offset, 433–434
rotate() statement, 435
translate() statement, 431
union() statement, 435
Open source software, 8
„„„„„„„„P, Q
Parts-only kit, 105
Post-print finishing, objects
ABS acetone vapor bath
advantages, 448
basket lining, Kapton tape, 450
cleanup, 452
process, 451
surface smoothening, 449
vessel, 448
key preparation
cleanup, 443
sanding, 445
surface treatments, 446
multipart assembling, 452
painting, 446
- index
492Preventive maintenance
cleaning
build area, 331
cool gadget, 330
dirt, 328
electronics, 329
frame and purpose, 328–329
thread and smooth rods, 331
tracks and v-channels, 335
lubrication
grease, 336
idler pulleys, 338
light oil, 337
worn parts replacement, 340
Printer calibration
axes, 185
accurate X-axis movement, 188
multiple tests X-axis movement, 189
tools, 186
X-axis movement, 187
Y axis measurement, 190
Z axis 50mm measurement, 193
Z axis measurement, 192
endstop setting (see Endstop setting)
extruder, 193
filament 0mm, 195
filament 100mm and 120mm, 195
filament loaded, 194
overrun, 198
process, 194
Repetier-Host
filament extrusion, 196
underrun, 197, 199
frame and chassis, 203
print bed level
point four measurement, 202
point one measurement, 201
point three measurement, 202
point two measurement, 201
process, 200
stepper drivers module, 184–185
Printer control, 292
Printer-specific upgrades
MakerBot Replicator 1 Dual
ABS, 411
advantages, 411
AluCarriage, 415
Aluminum Arm, 417
disadvantages, 411
enclosure, 418
extruder upgrade/filament drive, 413
heated print bed, 415
modification, 412
upgraded Replicator 2, 413
MakerBot Replicator 2
acrylic build plate, 421
AluCarriage single, 425
aluminum arm, 425
Alu-X-ends, 421
enclosure, 423
extruder upgrade, 425
features, 420
modification, 419
Printrbot Simple, 386
advantages, 385
auto bed leveling, 388
belt drive upgrades, 386
heated print bed, 391
LCD panel, 388
limitation, 385
onboard mount, 388
power supply, 390
spool holder, 391
Prusa i3 (see Prusa i3)
Prusa Mendel i2
cooling fan, 395
LCD panel, 393
modification, 393
platform, 392
print bed adjusters, 396
RepRap variant, 391
spool holder and filament guide, 394
Y-axis belt tensioner, 395
Z-Axis Fix, 397
Z-height adjuster, 395
Print quality
problems, 485
sagging
ABS, 279
designing support, 280
large gap (bridge), 279
PLA, 279, 281
repair filaments, 279–280
small gap, 279
splitting, 278
temperature, 276
warping, 277
Printrbot, 59–60
Print surface
calibration print
axis measurement, 237
compilation, 235
filament issues, 238
MakerBot Replicator, 236
measurements, 235
OpenSCAD, 235
Printrbot, 236
RepRap test cube, 237–238
- index
493preparation
ABS juice (see Acrylonitrile
butadiene styrene (ABS) juice)
blue painter’s tape (see Blue painter’s tape)
cleanup, 208
filament type, 207
Kapton tape (see Kapton tape)
surface treatments, 223
printing process, 233
slicer calibration, 224
bed size, 226
bed temperature, 229
extrusion temperature, 229
filament diameter, 227
filament settings, 231
final dilog, 230
firmware type, 225
nozzle diameter, 227
printer settings, 232
print settings, 231
Repetier-Host, 232–233
welcome wizard, 225
Thingiverse (see Thingiverse)
Z-height, 223
adjustable bed, 224
four point mounted bed, 224
procedures, 223
RepRap printers, 224
Professional grade
Delta Micro Factory Corporation, 56
higher quality, 55
Lulzbot, 56
MakerBot Industries, 55
MakerBot Replicator 2, 57
MakerBot Replicator Desktop, 56
Pronterface, 31
Prusa i3
auto Z-probing
electromagnet, 408
Marlin firmware, 411
own copy modification, 411
servo connectors (RAMPS), 410
sled mounted, 407
12-volt relay, 408
wiring, 409
external power supply, 402
features, 400
flex coupler, 404
graphic LCD panel, 377, 400
plastic parts, 400
RAMPS fan, 403
RepRap variant, 400
spool holder and filament guide, 406
USB cable relocate, 405
Y-axis cable strain relief, 403
Prusa iteration 3, 66
Prusa Mendel i2
cooling fan, 395
filament management, 372
heated print bed, 375
LCD panel, 376, 393
LED light, farkles, 371
modification, 393
platform, 392
print bed adjusters, 396
RepRap variant, 391
spool holder and
filament guide, 394
Y-axis belt tensioner, 395
Z-axis fix
installation, 399
lower mounts, 399
two cylinders, 398
Z-height adjuster, 379, 395
Prusa Mendel iteration 2, 64
„„„„„„„„R
RedPah web site, 456
Repairs. See Corrective maintenance
Repetier-Host
G-code pane, 35
installation
Advanced page, 161–162
Behavior page, 159–160
communication tab, 158
Dimension tab, 160–161
preflight tests, 163
printer controller, 156
process, 158
object pane, 33
print control pane, 36
slicer pane, 34
RepRap design
definition, 63
DIY Tech Shop, 68
MakerFarm, 68–69
NextDayRepRap, 68
NorCal-RepRap, 68
Prusa iteration 3, 66
Prusa Mendel iteration 2, 64
Prusa/Prusa Mendel, 64
Ultibots, 68
Retraction setting, 255
„„„„„„„„S
SeeMeCNC, 59
SeeMeCNC’s Orion
Delta printer, 61
Shapeways, 456
- index
494
Print surface (cont.)Sharing 3D models
Bld3r, 457
Cuboyo, 457
etiquette
checking license, 458
comments, 460
design annotation, 459
licensing designs original, 457
uploading appropriate things, 459
limitation, 455
Repables, 457
selling, 456
Thingiverse, 456–457
account creation, 464
description and instruction, 465
license options, 463
monitoring feedback, 466
name selection, 465
OpenSCAD file, 465
Prusa i3 dial gauge creation, 460
publishing, 465–466
rendered object, 462–463
uploading photo, 465
uploading source files, 464
YouMagine, 457
Yeggi, 457
S-hook, 472
Slic3r, 22
Slicer, 289
adhesion problem
ABS and PLA, 272
anchors, 275
brim setting, 274
combat lifting, 276
cracking/warping, 272
first-layer speed, 275
.gcode file, 271
lifting, 272
print bed, 272
raft printed object, 274
temperature settings, 273–274
filament temperature limitation, 277
layer inconsistency, 290
oozing, 289
orientation
dollhouse table, 282–283
object overhang, 285
object print preview, 287
reducing overhang, 286
reoriented object, 286
Repetier-Host, 284
rotating and
translating objects, 284–285
poor extrusion, 287
print quality (see Print quality)
scaling, 281–282
Smartfriendz, 468
Smartrap printer, 467
build guide, 469
components, 468
hardware and electronics, 469
printing plastic parts, 468
Smoke test, 123
Software problems
firmware, 293
printer controller, 291–292
slicer (see Slicer)
Soldering iron, 90
Spares
cost, 343
printed parts, 342
printing spares, 341
replacement parts, 343
Ultimaker, 340
Wanhao, 341
Stepper driver, 343
Stepper motor, 343
„„„„„„„„T
Thingiverse, 13, 239, 456–457
account creation, 464
description and instruction, 465
download
curtain rings, 241
instructions tab, 242
Repetier-Host, 242
license options, 463
monitoring feedback, 466
name selection, 465
OpenSCAD file, 465
Prusa i3 dial gauge creation, 460
publishing, 465–466
rendered object, 462–463
SD card holder, 239
search page, 240
Stretch bracelet, 239
uploading photo, 465
uploading source files, 464
Whistle, 239
3D printer
acquisition rule, 72
build volume, 74, 81
buying, 81–82
characteristics, 82
consumer grade (see Consumer grade)
filament, 75
Hobbyist grade (see RepRap design)
- index
495hot end design
adjustable print bed, 79
all-metal hot ends, 75
auto bed leveling, 80
electronics cooling fan, 80
filament cartridge system, 79
filament cleaner, 79
filament spool holder, 79
heated print bed, 79
LCD panel, 78
mounting orientation, 77
network connection, 79
PEEK body with PTFE liner, 77
print bed fan, 79
SD card reader, 78
wireless support, 79
object designs and modifications, 455
professional grade (see Professional grade)
Prusa i3 material, 70
rewarding and educational, 73
sharing (see Sharing 3D models)
3D printer building
acetone, 101
break recommend, 112
clean and clear workspace, 110
complete kits, 104
component kit
hot end kit, 106
RAMPS kit, 107
dial gauge, 99
electrical skills, 103
electronics
component testing, 118
cut wires, length, 119
high-temp wire, 119
insulation plug, 121
LCD cables, 119–120
load spread, 123
rushing, 118
stress relief plastic wire wrap, 122
zip ties, 119
engineering logbook, 112
farkle function, 112
frame components
bolt/rod hole, 113
lost nuts and small bits, 116
nut traps, 115
RepRap Prusa i2
measurement, 114
staining/painting, 116
stripped bolts, 115
test-fit, 114
threaded rod clean, 114
torque, 115
hammer, 100
hands clean, 111
hardware materials, 109
material bill checking, 111
moving parts
align pulleys, 117
backward, 117
belt tensioners, 117
flex axis, 117
oiled parts working, 116
repository, 117
smooth/threaded rods, 116
no duct tape, 111
optional tool
smooth/threaded rods, 116
butane torch, 100
canned/compressed air, 98
dial gauge, 99–100
file set and sandpaper, 99
hammer, 100
hobby knife set, 98
MakerBot Replicator 2, 99
scissors, 100
small brush, 98
small vacuum, 98
small wrenches, 100
parts-only kits, 105
preflight checks
axes move checking, 125–126
controller software connect, 123
endstops checking, 124
extrusion test, 127
heaters test, 126
set endstops, 123
smoke test, 123
reading instructions, 110
recommended tool
ABS and PLA, 101
advantage, 94
brass brush, 102
drill bits, 96
electric screwdriver, 97
fire extinguisher, 94
fume extractor, 95
heat gun/hot air gun, 97
Kapton tape, 102
required tool, 87
carpenter’s square, 89
ceramic screwdriver, 93
digital caliper, 88
ESD, 88
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496
3D printer (cont.)hobby knife set, 88–89
multimeter, 92–93
soldering iron, 90–91
wire strippers, 90
SAE and metric, 111
skills
definition, 101
electrical skill, 102
mechanical skill, 101–102
tool quality, 86
upgrades and convenience accessories, 112
3D printer hardware
ABS vs. PLA, 49
axes movement, 37
build platform, 43–44
electronics, 44
extrusion mechanism, 41
filament types, 47
frame material, 45
linear bearings, 38
MakerBot Replicator 2, 38
Prusa Iteration 3 printer, 39
RepRap iteration 3, 38
robot, 37
stepper motor, 40
switching filament, 49
3D printer maintenance, 297
adjustment tasks
(see Adjustment tasks, 3D printer)
clean and clutter, 298
inspection tasks (see Inspection tasks, 3D printer)
observations, 300
timing, 299
tool organizational styles, 299
unplugging, 299
3D printer network print server
OctoPi
Control tab, 169–170
GCode Viewer tab, 170–171
OctoPi connection area, 168–169
OctoPi main window, 168–169
Terminal tab, 171–172
Terminal tab, 171–172
time-lapse movie, 173
Timelapse tab, 172
Raspberry Pi
definition, 164
hardware, 166
Linux, 166
Mac OS X, 165
software, 168
Windows, 165
3D printer usage ideas
household solutions
closet accessories, 472
furniture, 475
mechanical hardware, 473
prototyping, 470
printing costs, 470
spawning (see Smartrap printer)
3D printing
additive manufacturing, 4–5
additive manufacturing, 4–5
easy to use, 50
FFF work, 5
hardware (see 3D printer hardware)
maintainability, 52
print quality, 51
reliability, 51
software (see 3D printing software)
subtractive manufacturing, 4
3D printing software
CAD software
Blender, 10
manifold, 9
OpenSCAD, 12
Thingiverse, 13
CAM software
G-code, 15
MakerWare, 18
Slic3r, 22
filament properties, 23
firmware, 26
printer control applications, 30
printer server
pronterface, 31
Repetier-Host (see Repetier-Host)
Threaded rod–driven
mechanism, 138
Thread spool creation
characteristics, 436
defining code, 436
documentation, 438
modules, 438
parametric code, 437
Thrust bearing, 337
Trimming, 443
Troubleshooting
baseline definition, 247
causes, 249
observations
and recording, 248–249
strategy implementations, 250
Typewriter stand, 345
- index
497- index
498
„„„„„„„„U, V
Ultibots, 68
Ultimaker, 340
„„„„„„„„W
Wanhao, 341
Weld-On #4, 351
Wire strippers, 90
„„„„„„„„X
X-ends, 342
„„„„„„„„Y, Z
Y-axis belt
MakerBot Replicator 2/2X
drive belt adjustment, 361
idler pulley, 362
intermediate shaft, 363
MakerBot Replicator Dual
drive belt, 360
intermediate shaft, 362
left and right side belts, 359

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