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Anything not RC => 3D Printer help and advice => Topic started by: KDan on January 04, 2018, 03:29:19 AM

Title: TronXY X5S Large scale CoreXY Machine
Post by: KDan on January 04, 2018, 03:29:19 AM
If you are interested in a very good large scale 3D Printer kit, I highly recommend the TronXY X5S (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&v=oejAqVILVdA&redir_token=fP3h0UW-Ymm4leKaDRmg5XdIrD18MTUxNTEyMjIwMUAxNTE1MDM1ODAx&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.gearbest.com%2F3d-printers-3d-printer-kits%2Fpp_701647.html). You can currently buy it at GearBest for just $282.
I'm a big fan of CoreXY printers, having build my own highly customized C-Bot about a year ago. CoreXY machines have very low moving mass and can print plastics that extrude easily at high speeds with little to no artifacts. They are almost as good as a Delta printer for speed, but without the Delta printer calibration headaches.
The only real upgrade that I believe the TronXY needs is a 24 volt power supply to replace the 12v one that comes with it. The heatbed is simply not powerful enough on 12 volts. A suitable 24 volt supply can be purchased for around $30.
Title: Re: TronXY X5S Large scale CoreXY Machine
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Title: Re: TronXY X5S Large scale CoreXY Machine
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