I can't look at the rendering currently, but an additional feature would be to have open access to the Gear to clean stripped debris. Markus
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Yes, your name is Marcus. His name is Markus, he just doesn't have it in his e-mail address like we do. ;)
Oh, it is a pretty long story, but essentially it is a login name which is always available and includes some family folklore and my second name Johannes and the Heinz part is just in there for the sake of it.
Am 04.07.2011 14:01 schrieb "Andrew Plumb" <and...@plumb.org>:
On 2011-07-04, at 7:55, Marcus Wolschon <Mar...@Wolschon.biz> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 13:5...
Just to add to the confusion, I don't think his name is Jo or Heinz either.Markus will have to fill us in on the details of how "joheinz" fits into all this. :)Andrew
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RELEASE THIS WITH MULTIPLE MOUNTS!!!
I should be able to print this and choose one more thing to print, to
mount it on a Mk4, Mk5/6, printed dinos, reprap, and any other
printers out there...
Oh why didn't we standardize hot end to extruder mounting a couple
years ago?!?!? lolz
You've got the mounting holes to put it in the bot, and the mounts to
attach a hot end to it. If it doesn't support someone's favorite
mount or nozzle or whatever, that person won't be able to use it...
By which I mean, the mounting system where the hotend attaches to the extruder. The extruder mount itself is, as far as I know, standard in the reprap community. Its only makerbot that has the strange one :)