Originally Posted by MichaelS
David, your station is amazing. You did a great job!
I find that using an interlocking system for your walls as well as the triangle-shaped sides have been excellent ideas to reduce both the assembly time and any risk of printing failures. You said you modified your printer, but how did you do that?
Recently, my team and I have managed to 3D print the head office building of Novo Nordisk. We have done it from scratch, starting from 3D modeling. Maybe our next try could be a station!
MichaelS, welcome to MLS.
Thanks for the kind words.
Basically I made the printer twice as tall and changed the firmware to that effect.
If you don't do that, the printer still thinks that it is the original height!
I also took the x and y axis and put them on a gantry so that I didn't have a build plate that moved back and forth.
How about a photo of the office building and to what scale did you build it?
David Leech, Delta, Canada