DiscoUltimate custom - simplified frame mounting directly from the bracket
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ATTENTION: Please read the following instructions carefully.
This is a variant of the DiscoUltimate structure with a different badge (old Dagoma logo). I wanted the machine to look like the first Dagoma printer, the DiscoVery200, with the same look, lines and colors.
This is therefore a tribute to the work and development of the brand.
more info on my blog :
Concretely, if we forget the aesthetic side, this variant allows everyone to make sure that the frame (structure) is square, thus eliminating the problems of hooking or a table not straight.
Please note, depending on your starting machine (DiscoVery, DiscoEasy, Utimate) some elements such as two-color add-ons, etc., will not necessarily be reprinted, just like your screen or extruder.
You will find the missing printable parts on the Github dagoma :
The front and rear sides are assembled with side covers and a low top, but are fully compatible with the above mentioned add-ons.
YOUR ATTENTION: if you have the screen option, and you want to pass the cables through the SD card slot, you will have to do it before assembling the chassis.
Why? Because once the frame is assembled, the notch is no longer accessible.
Otherwise, depending on the length of the screen cables, you can pass them through the openings on the left base.
IMPORTANT: check the orientation of the pieces, the faces will be upright, the bases will have to be turned 180°, the other elements at your convenience.
You own an original DiscoUltimate with XL add-on or not, with two-color add-on or not)
download pack 1.
The assembly will be done by transferring the screws, bearings, motors, etc... to the new faces.
you can keep the plastic elements you already have with your add-on except for the XL add-on. minor modifications had to be made from the original STL. ( https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4272445 )
You own a DiscoEasy200
download pack 2.
print the elements and transfer the mechanical and electrical parts to your new plastic elements.
If you have the two-color option, no need to print the head and lock
If you have the XL option, you will have to print the modified bases.
If you have the expert pack option, there is no need to print the right and left carriages (minor modifications not necessary).
Keep the plastic parts of your special add-ons as long as possible!
Note that it may be necessary to purchase a set of pulleys for the belts to replace the bearings.
You own an original DiscoEasy200 (or an original DiscoVery200) but you want to print the custom head of pack 2.
To make this possible with the original threaded rods (or Chinese trapez), you will find the modified carriages, thanks to the work of Tony Kaige here :(thanks to him for his work) https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3070910
Please note that for the DiscoVery200, several adaptations will have to be made, such as the fixing of the Melzy card which is not supplied, modifications to the print head, etc...
For the editing, I've put up some illustrations. Except the low chassis, the rest is assembled as original via the Dagoma manuals (www.dagoma3D.com).
The head cabling can be routed through the rear (next to the power connector) instead of through the base. It may be necessary to print the head extension of the XL pack to avoid disturbing the moving platter (available on the Dagoma github, link above).
You will find in the 2 packs, a small tool to put the bearings. It is the same as the one provided with your machine except that it is folded to facilitate the engagement of the bearings of the front panel.
The STL of the front panel assembly is slightly different from the pictures. It has been reworked in the meantime to facilitate access to the control card.
In the downloadable elements, there is also a file called "monobloc tray support". it allows you to have the tray with a more constant seat at the 4 corners but beware, it is very difficult to print as is. the supports are very thin and requires a lot of retraction to a printer. it is not mandatory, your original supports will do the job as well while waiting for me to improve the supports.
And finally, I would like to thank Rey, Patrick and Steeve, from Club Dagoma, who took their time and PLA to test the elements of this project, while reminding me of the defects and suggestions for improvements. Thanks to you guys! :)
EDIT 02/08/2020 : Adding repack_2_-_face_set before CURRENT LOGO. The remix of the front panel was done by Yvan F. from Club Dagoma ( https://clubdagoma.popsell.com/profile/41982 ).
Thanks to him.
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- Publication date: 2020/09/11 at 18:59
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