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3,085 gcode 3d models found

Download or buy, then render or print from the shops or marketplaces. 3D Models below are suitable not only for printing but also for any computer graphics like CG, VFX, Animation, or even CAD. You can print these 3d models on your favorite 3d printer or render them with your preferred render engine. Please note that the 3D model database is only a Search Engine. You should visit the original websites. Most of the models can be easily imported and rendered with Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, Blender, C4D, and Sketchup. Check for online 3d model conversions tools for your file format. Shown 1 of 26 pages

CNC Milling Machine

CNC Milling Machine

...ready to use assembly fixtures and part and tools<br>give gcode ...

etsy FromSiberiaCrafts

etsy FromSiberiaCrafts

...model<br>troll the poppy from the cartoon trolley file format stl/gcode ...

Evangelion EVA01

Evangelion EVA01

...already cut/key. 10 cm print size.<br>file include, ztl, obj, gcode , fbx. pm me if you want to have...

Peon bud

Peon bud

...(table 50 °c, nozzle 215 °c). nozzle 0.2 mm. gcode ...

Small 3d print ready toy car 1

Small 3d print ready toy car 1

...print ready toy car 1 turbosquid these files are gcode file to be used directly in your printer.<br>material used...

Monkey King 3D Print

Monkey King 3D Print

..., monkey king 3d print. print on ender 3 v2.</p><p></p><p>gcode , just drop and print. ( with cut ).</p><p></p><p>obj...

Honey Drizzlier (3D Print)

Honey Drizzlier (3D Print)

...use.<br><br>i have provided both the .obj file and the .gcode file so if you want to make alterations open...

Toy-Crossbow

Toy-Crossbow

...for the fast customers this package includes also a .gcode file for the ultimaker 2+, which ive tested and...

Tarbosaurus Skull Printable Model

Tarbosaurus Skull Printable Model

...- polygons . i exported in stl-ztl- obj and gcode (ultimate cura ) style.</li></ul>-. model size (mm) :<br><ul><li>upper skull:...

noisy ball,  cat toy for printing

noisy ball, cat toy for printing

...pet</p><p></p><p></p><p>topology info:</p><p>point count: 392546</p><p>polygon count: 758404</p><p></p><p></p><p>included: ready to print gcode and standart formats like .stl and...

Decor Set

Decor Set

...temperatures, and other 3d printing settings are not included .gcode u other files have to be generated according to...

Fishing boat

Fishing boat

...temperatures, and other 3d printing settings are not included .gcode u other files have to be generated according to...

Maxi Bricks Toy Set (3D Printable & Realistic edit)

Maxi Bricks Toy Set (3D Printable & Realistic edit)

...earlier)<br><br>5) 3d printing program (especially for prusa i3 mk2) [.gcode, with recommended printing settings<br><br>[> to know more about model...

Temp tower gcodes

Temp tower gcodes

...temp tower gcodes thingiverse gcode

Curiosity Rover GCODES by BabyBowser

Curiosity Rover GCODES by BabyBowser

...curiosity rover gcodes by babybowser thingiverse just gcodes (except for the complete model.)

gcode antenna by goodpudding

gcode antenna by goodpudding

...gcode antenna by goodpudding thingiverse antenna

Elektriktrick GCode Preview by matthiasm

Elektriktrick GCode Preview by matthiasm

... for files ending in .gcode or .bfb more information and the original files are here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:376361

gcode halftone converter by mattvenn

gcode halftone converter by mattvenn

...e converter by mattvenn thingiverse what? a python program to convert an image into halftone. generates gcode for your cnc mill.

Batman repaired + gcode by sfiamma

Batman repaired + gcode by sfiamma

...ou can see how is simple to remove his support material. this gcode can work also on other marlin machine with rumba elettronics.

One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

... printing gcode to test the limited of ultimaker 2 default settings gcode generated by fullcontrol gcode @loughborough university

Gcode converter by MarvinX

Gcode converter by MarvinX

...eb generated code for raster which was converted by program and converted code was sent to machine (reprap 3d printer with laser)

EPAX E10 GCODE Modifications by mrcythos

EPAX E10 GCODE Modifications by mrcythos

...epax e10 gcode modifications by mrcythos thingiverse files for epax e10 gcode modification. ignore the cylinder stl.

PhoneHolderK82001 v1.0 (Gcode Simulator) by gm3ij3r

PhoneHolderK82001 v1.0 (Gcode Simulator) by gm3ij3r

...code simulator by android (check android play store for more info about gcode-simulator) i printed it twice - check photos ! ;-)

Tablet gcode for analysis by Artesian

Tablet gcode for analysis by Artesian

...tablet gcode for analysis by artesian thingiverse sa

One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

...d testing the limited of the printer thin layer. this gcode is generated by fullcontrol gcode generator @loughborough university.

Snowflakes 9er Plate gcode by nischi

Snowflakes 9er Plate gcode by nischi

...e gcode by nischi thingiverse snowflakes gcode for prusa or mendel max 0.34mm stl from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:36850

Marble Track GCODE by whiteglint143

Marble Track GCODE by whiteglint143

...marble track gcode by whiteglint143 thingiverse grinding noise at end

Blender gcode addon by zignig

Blender gcode addon by zignig

...//github.com/zignig/blender-gcode-reader i'm looking into parsing skeinforge comments , and dealing with 5d and stringy bits.

Arduino Gcode interpreter for Mini-CNC by Oliv4945

Arduino Gcode interpreter for Mini-CNC by Oliv4945

...arduino gcode interpreter for mini-cnc by oliv4945 thingiverse gcode interpreter for minicnc plublished by makerblock

Ender 3 Indicator and Feeler Gcode

Ender 3 Indicator and Feeler Gcode

...y over accurate diagonal bed rocking points. leveling using opposing corners makes leveling easier, faster, and more predictable.

gcode visualiser testcase by tsh2

gcode visualiser testcase by tsh2

...de, i see it).if i turn off 'sort layers by z' then visualisation works. https://github.com/hudbrog/gcodeviewer/issues/53

Level Test STL (not Gcode) by Nf1nk

Level Test STL (not Gcode) by Nf1nk

...ng a hard time finding one of these that was an stl instead of a gcode. this is one. https://www.tinkercad.com/things/2wtgtjlkhxs

Aladdin Sane gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

Aladdin Sane gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

...g (for pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse aladdin sane gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

Banksy Graffiti gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter)  by R23D2

Banksy Graffiti gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

...or pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse banksy graffiti gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

Geometrical Hexagon gcode Drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

Geometrical Hexagon gcode Drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

...pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse geometrical hexagon gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

Music Gcodes for Ultimaker by Misguided

Music Gcodes for Ultimaker by Misguided

...r machine might risk a headcrash or something worse. if in doubt, get mid2cnc and convert the midi specifically for your machine.

GCode Viewer for Android by bifi5590

GCode Viewer for Android by bifi5590

... app to work with more devices. i hope i find some time between my exams and my bachelor thesis to work on this project again. :)

Blender 2.5 gcode reader by zignig

Blender 2.5 gcode reader by zignig

... also animates with 1 frame per layer. put the script up on github for development https://github.com/zignig/blender-gcode-reader

Multi meterial: How to make GCODE by ceri

Multi meterial: How to make GCODE by ceri

... how to make gcode by ceri thingiverse a quick and concise description of how to create openscad, gcode multiple material files.

Arduino Gcode Interpreter for MiniCNC with Z Axis by Heindal

Arduino Gcode Interpreter for MiniCNC with Z Axis by Heindal

...interpreter with x, y, and z axis that can be used with replicatorg. it builds on the existing 2-d gcode interpreter by oliv4945.

V for Vendetta mask gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

V for Vendetta mask gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

...pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse v for vendetta mask gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

Matlab Circle Gcode Maker by Zh4x0r

Matlab Circle Gcode Maker by Zh4x0r

...meone else wanted to make gcode draw circles :-) circles.gcode is the file generated when all settings are set to their defaults.

NHS Visor and GCode by aslius

NHS Visor and GCode by aslius

...le, please contact your local health authority for information regarding collection or delivery of your printed visors. thank you

Simple GCode Generator in Python by kolergy

Simple GCode Generator in Python by kolergy

...tal printer http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:329498 latest version always available on github: https://github.com/kolergy/gcgen

Change filament GCODE by ThorLAB

Change filament GCODE by ThorLAB

...outube if you found it useful, and if you like, you can offer me a coffee!, it will be an extra motivation to continue designing.

Mandalorian Gcode Tevo Tornado ABS and PLA

Mandalorian Gcode Tevo Tornado ABS and PLA

...pla thingiverse abs and pla gcode 15% infill no scaling supports everywhere except for dome. 0.2 layers 801g of filament 2 walls

Ender 3 PLA temp tower Gcode by Kicco081

Ender 3 PLA temp tower Gcode by Kicco081

... pla temp tower gcode by kicco081 thingiverse ender 3 pla temp tower. to change the temperature automatically download the gcode

Level Gcode with FIXED PAUSE by LachyD5959

Level Gcode with FIXED PAUSE by LachyD5959

...r, if you have tried the original look no further than this. just load it up and hit start, it will pause at each location twice.

Cupcake Autohoming GCode for Unicorn Tray by MakerBlock

Cupcake Autohoming GCode for Unicorn Tray by MakerBlock

...schmarty's super excellent inkscape to gcode plugin will start your print assuming it is at the dead center of your printbed.

GCode Print Simulator by mdietz

GCode Print Simulator by mdietz

...ultimaker,...) as well, tested with silc3r and skeinforge gcodes. download the latest version v142 check out my other designs

Wrapping Paper Holder GCODE by rbedger

Wrapping Paper Holder GCODE by rbedger

...wrapping paper holder gcode by rbedger thingiverse instructions printed on an mk3s+ using prusament petg

FreeCAD GCode import for Slic3r and Skeinforge by Area51

FreeCAD GCode import for Slic3r and Skeinforge by Area51

...plication to visualize the generated pathways. freecad can import and export a lot of common file formats, including .stl format.

GCODE Temperature Tower 2g 39 minutes print

GCODE Temperature Tower 2g 39 minutes print

... 2g 39 minutes print thingiverse added a gcode that should work for most of the printers print at .2 layer height .4 layer width

KIRI:MOTO Slicer, GCode Generator by stewartallen

KIRI:MOTO Slicer, GCode Generator by stewartallen

...es no installation, the latest version is a page refresh away. meta:moto is a block modeling tool. both are hosted at grid:space

Upload GCode to SpereBot by tgfuellner

Upload GCode to SpereBot by tgfuellner

...ted on linux. they should both run on windows. the current version can always be found on https://github.com/tgfuellner/spherebot

Yet Another Gcode Viewer by jonathanw

Yet Another Gcode Viewer by jonathanw

...e i started this, hudbrog published his very nice gcode analyzer/visualizer; check it out: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:35248

Repetier_Host startup GCode by ozwes007

Repetier_Host startup GCode by ozwes007

...lament calculations and stepper motor calculations to get the actual height for each layer. i then use this in the slicer program

Send GCODE to SphereBot - ruby script by simonkuehling

Send GCODE to SphereBot - ruby script by simonkuehling

... direct ruby-translation of the python script by tgfuellner at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:9941 tested on ubuntu linux 11.10

RUMBA output test gcode by kharar

RUMBA output test gcode by kharar

...this test, acceleration and steps per mm are changed for all motors so make sure to reset your printer after executing this file.

CodeThread - GCode from Processing by diatom

CodeThread - GCode from Processing by diatom

...es attached here):http://blog.diatom.cc/codethread it's still pretty fresh, hope to have some more updates and examples soon!

Sample gcode for testing skirts, temp upload by Phistterbut_Inc

Sample gcode for testing skirts, temp upload by Phistterbut_Inc

...hells of skirting. overall print speed is 45mm/s. relevant settings have been posted in the picture. temp set to 220c, bed to 40.

GCode Analyzer/Visualizer by hudbrog

GCode Analyzer/Visualizer by hudbrog

...ure "error analysis" that is available at http://gcode.ws/?new and it's migrated to another domain long time ago =)

Ender 5 Plus Bed Level Gcode by Motovader72

Ender 5 Plus Bed Level Gcode by Motovader72

...chep's video on the ender 3 to see how to use the gcode file.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_efwvujjbda&feature=emb_logo

Shapeoko Lasercutting and Laserengraving - Pirate GCode File by nischi

Shapeoko Lasercutting and Laserengraving - Pirate GCode File by nischi

... g90 g21 g0 x82.2426 y18.6568 m03 g04 p5 g1f25.000000 laser hw 808 nm (red) 800 mw ttl control 12v around 100 us$

Spitfire RC, test Gcode for PRUSA i3 ORIGINAL by stephencz

Spitfire RC, test Gcode for PRUSA i3 ORIGINAL by stephencz

...s:http://3dlabprint.comhttp://www.facebook.com/3dlabprintfacehttps://youtu.be/ls9uetkdc5c?list=plcpmwptotmxqlcogussbc3slutszdfl5y

Blender 2.59 add-on to import and render 5D GCODE by Sound

Blender 2.59 add-on to import and render 5D GCODE by Sound

...ender-gcode-reader (the object in pictures was sliced with slic3r, http://slic3r.org) update (2012-05-04): patched by ceterumnet.

Machine Axis Exercise gcode by Seadevil

Machine Axis Exercise gcode by Seadevil

...ote it to test my axis (should be safe on any bed of at least 160mm. it moves slowly, but i speed it up to 300% and let it go...

GCode procedures for easier manual bedleveling Tevo Tornado by Coat

GCode procedures for easier manual bedleveling Tevo Tornado by Coat

...ed is free and has enough space to move. happy bedleveling :) see http://reprap.org/wiki/g-code for more information about gcode.

Custom Gcode beep: Imperial March by sakrebeL

Custom Gcode beep: Imperial March by sakrebeL

...sg-236787) and thought it was worth sharing. so, thanks bobc. i made the junk stl file a little bit smaller than gearnuts' ;)

GCode Viewer for Android -SOURCE- by bifi5590

GCode Viewer for Android -SOURCE- by bifi5590

...lor thesis is taking away most of my free time so further changes can take some time. still have to rewrite the 3d visualization.

Gcode Script Pack 3 by MaskedRetriever

Gcode Script Pack 3 by MaskedRetriever

... the gear script's a little beta-y right now but i decided to just post it as-is rather than let it hold up the script packs.

Parametric GCode Starter Kit by MaskedRetriever

Parametric GCode Starter Kit by MaskedRetriever

... one of these with more advanced lessons later-- there are a lot more things that can be done with this than i've shown here!

gcode interpreter esp8266 by costycnc

gcode interpreter esp8266 by costycnc

...no grbl 0.8c modified by me for working with 28byj-48 unipolar steppers.http://www.costycnc.ithttps://www.facebook.com/costelcnc/

Creality Leveling Cycle GCodes by psdesign

Creality Leveling Cycle GCodes by psdesign

...?v=rjc7n4vb9ay&t=157s i have codes for ender 2, ender3 family, cr10 family, and wanhao i3 model if you like them let me know!

gcode decimation program by DaveD

gcode decimation program by DaveD

...s a g1 that goes (by default) 3x the min distance. you can change this "long distance min threshold" via the -l option.

GPX gcode to x3g converter by whpthomas

GPX gcode to x3g converter by whpthomas

... configuration from the command line, or configured using a macro language embedded in the gcode header of the files it converts.

µDelta Dansing Machine - musical gcode by Ilkirius

µDelta Dansing Machine - musical gcode by Ilkirius

...o bros. main theme ludwig von beethoven fur elise do not use "bullshit.stl", it's a self-destruct µdelta process ^^

gcode converter to make Cura dual extrusion work with Sailfish by LarNil

gcode converter to make Cura dual extrusion work with Sailfish by LarNil

...th complaints or ruined printers or whatever. i made this program for myself - if you use it, you do it totally at your own risk.

Fang Remix for Ender 3 (Gcode and Cura project)

Fang Remix for Ender 3 (Gcode and Cura project)

...igured with tree supports only in required areas. the gcode file should be ready to be printed on any ender 3, but no guarantees.

Ender 3 Bed Leveling GCode + Test Print by avs3d

Ender 3 Bed Leveling GCode + Test Print by avs3d

...o the buildtak magnetic bed) modifications to test print: reduced test print height (from 10 to 2 layers when using 0.2mm preset)

gCode Fan Shround for FT Kossel by leghk

gCode Fan Shround for FT Kossel by leghk

...d had the bolt hole block accidentally suppressed in my cad. be sure to rotate the fan end down on the x-y plane in your slicer!

Arm for auto leveling to reuse Z endstop (with gCode) by clickticnic

Arm for auto leveling to reuse Z endstop (with gCode) by clickticnic

...m for auto leveling to reuse z endstop (with gcode) by clickticnic thingiverse auto bed leveling arm adapter for reuse z endstop

Simple program to scan a gcode file and report the amount of filament that is used to print it. by randomgee

Simple program to scan a gcode file and report the amount of filament that is used to print it. by randomgee

...21: added support for multiple extruder gcode files and slic3r estimated time reports. update 6/5/2021: fixed hours calculation.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GCODE REPRAP MARLIN SPRINTER ETC by ed3203

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GCODE REPRAP MARLIN SPRINTER ETC by ed3203

...ly. it makes the z axis motor hum the 'happy birthday' tune, it doesn't move any of the axes significantly. have fun.

Duet Replicator 2 Test Gcode and Firmware by pulkkinen

Duet Replicator 2 Test Gcode and Firmware by pulkkinen

...firmware by pulkkinen thingiverse all you need to get your duet board up and running with test print and simplify 3d profile ffm

Eagle PCB - HPGL to Gcode Converter - Powershell by mr2clean

Eagle PCB - HPGL to Gcode Converter - Powershell by mr2clean

...tention / lift z between movement -retention "1.5" generate circles - hpgl "aa" -generatecircles n/no/hellno!

Ender 3 Bed Leveling Gcode (3 point y carriage upgrade)

Ender 3 Bed Leveling Gcode (3 point y carriage upgrade)

...s scary enough as it is. https://gulfcoast-robotics.com/products/modular-y-carriage-plate-upgrade-creality-ender-3-point-leveling

supernova in the gcode view pencil holder difficult to print top half.  by Zoon1234micron

supernova in the gcode view pencil holder difficult to print top half. by Zoon1234micron

... top, i used meshlab filter smoothing/per vertex geometry function x+x(z-heightofbase)/totalheight y+y(z-heightofbase)/totalheith

Cetus 3D / UP! plus / UP! mini native GCODE CPU by tinyfab2046

Cetus 3D / UP! plus / UP! mini native GCODE CPU by tinyfab2046

...rts repetier host, s3d etc this board is compatible with smoothieware from http://smoothieware.org more info http://tinyfab.xyz

Purple Worm Fewer supports+gcode by Minorshrimp

Purple Worm Fewer supports+gcode by Minorshrimp

...plate. supports needed on all but the base. hopefully it makes this great sculpt a little easier to print right out of the zip :)

Inkscape 3D-printer gcode plugin by JelleBoomstra

Inkscape 3D-printer gcode plugin by JelleBoomstra

...r develop this thing, which i don't fully understand yet. here is the link anyway: https://github.com/jelleb/inkscape-unicorn

Python script to insert gcode commands before a layer by arpruss

Python script to insert gcode commands before a layer by arpruss

...to do "@pause message" instead (using the arbitrary gcode option). there is no support for checksums in the gcode file.

Ender 3 Smart PLA and PETG Temp Tower (gcode included)

Ender 3 Smart PLA and PETG Temp Tower (gcode included)

...ed from the stock profile are adding a brim for stability, and increasing bed temp to 80c and reducing fan speed to 80% for petg.

Ender 3 Dog Support Free with Raft (perfect gcode) by Gamabouy

Ender 3 Dog Support Free with Raft (perfect gcode) by Gamabouy

... for pla, if you want to print for abs, you will have to tune temperature once the print has started and maybe the fan speed too.

FlashForge Creator Pro Start and End Gcodes by reececache

FlashForge Creator Pro Start and End Gcodes by reececache

...ng the amount of extrusion during the prime. or maybe you just forget to disable the purge for the extruder you aren't using.

Retraction test - premade Gcode ready to print

Retraction test - premade Gcode ready to print

...eeded because these are set already. nb: signal to me any problem you facing printing this. or maybe and idea to get test better.

GCODE escornabot para fablab burgos pla blanco witbox by Elelfo3D

GCODE escornabot para fablab burgos pla blanco witbox by Elelfo3D

... de 2.00mm a 40mm/s con levante de cabezal de 0.20mm temperatura de 210º (pla blanco) sin cama caliente. con configuracion de pid

Super generic temperature test+CR10s gcode by montylpettit

Super generic temperature test+CR10s gcode by montylpettit

...plus one for the cr10s already set to the correct temperature changes. temp change is every 66 layers at a .15 mm layer height.

PCB etchant bed shaking gcode by aarmadale

PCB etchant bed shaking gcode by aarmadale

...f you want to change it just change the m140 s40 to m140 s(whatever temp you need) (disregard cube needed model on post to print)

Plotter GRBL GCODE A3 by Samwbarber

Plotter GRBL GCODE A3 by Samwbarber

... rollers grip) -linear rails 8mm -lm8uu bearing x2 -power supply -arduino + cnc shield -aviation connectors -50mm steel u channel

Ender 3 Temp Tower with GCODE by Haxsaw1967

Ender 3 Temp Tower with GCODE by Haxsaw1967

...ther two positions. i have created a smaller version to fit the right-front corner and the back-center. a m3-.50 nut is required.

DXF and GCode- generator for involute gears by bkubicek

DXF and GCode- generator for involute gears by bkubicek

...lso, it is recommended that the clearance specified via -c is larger then the tool radius, so there is no friction in the groves.

Alien Xenomorph Remix (GCODE Scale 170% for Ender 3) by MatMartigan

Alien Xenomorph Remix (GCODE Scale 170% for Ender 3) by MatMartigan

...xvz4wcuywlidagumdm/view?usp=sharing model : https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-alien-xenomorph-full-figure-25-cm-82660

Gmixer for Cura:  A program mixes gcode files with different layer settings by jian

Gmixer for Cura: A program mixes gcode files with different layer settings by jian

...etc); step 2. edit configuration file; step 3. generate mixed gcode file. please read gmixeruserguide.pdf for more details.

Mingda D2 Cura Profile (PLA) + Printer Settings + StartEnd Gcode by fabiofilippini

Mingda D2 Cura Profile (PLA) + Printer Settings + StartEnd Gcode by fabiofilippini

... + startend gcode by fabiofilippini thingiverse some mods i designed for the mingda d2:https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4659128

Refresh SD Card Gcode by carterlewellyn

Refresh SD Card Gcode by carterlewellyn

...e cura or simplify3d first. ● sometimes sd cards can go bad. try another if you have one. ● any other issues, leave a comment! :)

Red Squirrel Ender 3 Bed Level GCODE by RedSquirrelHobbies

Red Squirrel Ender 3 Bed Level GCODE by RedSquirrelHobbies

... thingiverse requires a model file. it's 2m wide and 1mm tall. should work well to see if you are level and at a good height.

Custom start Gcode by monopriceman

Custom start Gcode by monopriceman

... a priming/wiping line to the rear) g0 z3 g0 y0 g0 z0 g1 x-1;(move a little closer to the print area) g1 e15 f250;(small retract)

Load and Unload filament - Stock Ender 3 v2 [GCODE] by antoineturmel

Load and Unload filament - Stock Ender 3 v2 [GCODE] by antoineturmel

...hor @qualith ! you can find advice on how to change filament here:https://all3dp.com/2/easiest-way-to-change-filament-on-ender-3/

Temperature Calibration GCODE Editor by orubap

Temperature Calibration GCODE Editor by orubap

...is script if you understand what you're doing. setting temps that your printer can't handle can/will damage your printer.

Backlash Compensation: Test and gcode Compensation Program by SteakSndwich

Backlash Compensation: Test and gcode Compensation Program by SteakSndwich

... feel free to share it. but keep in mind, antibacklash is a free program and it comes without any warranty. use at your own risk!

Wego Star, gcode  included: 0.4n, 1.75pla by karolyish

Wego Star, gcode included: 0.4n, 1.75pla by karolyish

... and wait for bed temp to fall below 40c for removal off plate. set plate height for non squish height at bed for neater matting.

Cold Pull GCode by flickeringsight

Cold Pull GCode by flickeringsight

...nd shutdown m106 s0 ;turn-off fan m104 s0 ;turn-off hotend m140 s0 ;turn-off bed m84 x y z e ;disable all steppers ;end of gcode

Gcode Sender (editable 32 button remote control for your printer/CNC) by Lay3rWorks

Gcode Sender (editable 32 button remote control for your printer/CNC) by Lay3rWorks

...j who had a hidden gem on thingiverse. his design http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1563410 was the inspiration for this project.

Cr-10 Temp Tower  READY GCODE 0.4 Nozzle by BlueFish44

Cr-10 Temp Tower READY GCODE 0.4 Nozzle by BlueFish44

...and i'll be happy to make an another version. if you would like to give me a small tip i would be really happy and grateful!

Prusa i3 Mk2 Tuner GCODE Speed & Heat by gustofusion

Prusa i3 Mk2 Tuner GCODE Speed & Heat by gustofusion

...to understand the values for each object being printed so you will have an understanding of the settings used. updated: 12/4/2016

Yet Another Gcode Viewer (YAGV) 0.3c by kentavv

Yet Another Gcode Viewer (YAGV) 0.3c by kentavv

...hing-o-matic. tested using anaconda 2.0.1 and pyglet 1.1.4 on windows. at this time, the 32-bit anaconda was required for pyglet.

gcode to test tronxy X5S, X5SA, PRO by SgaboLab

gcode to test tronxy X5S, X5SA, PRO by SgaboLab

...olab if you think to buy from gearbest and want support me, use my affiliate link, thanks https://www.gearbest.com/?lkid=14695439

Creality Ender 3 bed leveling gcode by MainelyTom

Creality Ender 3 bed leveling gcode by MainelyTom

...olks had. i also made sure to move the extruder up and out of the way at the end. give it a like/thumbs up if you find it useful.

Finding the center - Setting an offset in the Start-Gcode by JonasGER

Finding the center - Setting an offset in the Start-Gcode by JonasGER

...hould now be in the center directly over your markings. please give this project a like to show me that you liked it and comment.

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Artillery Genius Profile for Prusa Slicer

You can download the Artillery Genius Profile for Prusa Slicer by following this link.

Prusa Slicer – Artillery Genius – PLA – 0.15 – 3DPrintBeginner.com.iniDownload


In order to import the profile, navigate to File->Import -> Import Config Bundle and select the Artillery Genius Profile.

Import Artillery Genius Profile in Prusa Slicer

Bonus: Custom Build Plate for Prusa Slicer

Now that you have a good profile imported in Prusa Slicer, you may want to add a custom build plate for it.

Artillery Genius Custom Buildplate for Prusa Slicer
  1. Download the Artillery Genius custom build plate for Prusa Slicer.
  2. Open Prusa Slicer
  3. Navigate to Printer Settings -> General.
  4. On the Bed Shape section, click on the Set button.
  5. In the Texture section, click on Load and import the Artillery Genius Bed Logo.png file.
  6. In the Model section, click on Load and import the Artillery Genius Bed.stl file.
  7. Click OK.

That’s it. Now, your build plate should look like this:

Artillery Genius Custom Buildplate in Prusa Slicer

Final notes

Please note that the profiles are dialed in for my Artillery Genius, and you may need to do some small changes according to your printer.

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LABISTS ET4 Printer - Download Cura and Slice Settings' Recommendation

Cura is an open source 3D printer slicing application. It works by slicing the user’s model file into layers and generating a printer-specific g-code. Once finished, the g-code can be sent to the printer for the manufacture of the physical object.

Download the printer setting file of ET4 in Cura here👈

Download the detailed step by step guide of download and install Cura here👈

The open source software, compatible with most desktop 3D printers, can work with files in the most common 3D formats such as STL, OBJ, X3D, 3MF as well as image file formats such as BMP, GIF, JPG, and PNG.

As of the writing of this article, Cura is in version 4.5. It works on all common OS platforms: Windows, Mac, and Linux. The minimum system requirements for Cura are:

  • Windows Vista or newer
  • Mac OSX 10.7 or newer
  • Linux Ubuntu 15.04, Fedora 23, OpenSuse 13.2, ArchLinux or newer

To install Cura, first download it for your OS from this page. When the Cura download is complete, here’s what you need to do on each platform.

Cura Download and Installation

Run the Cura installer and go through the usual steps. The only non-trivial part of the installation is the following screen, which gives you the option to install additional components.

Follow the instructions and set it up.

 Add a printer - Custom - Custom FFF printer - Printer Named "ET4"。

Below are some recommend settings for meachine and slicing.


Lets' set the printing settings before slicing. Go to the " Custom" and you can custom it as you like.

Printer Settings

Printer Name

ET4

X (Width)

220mm

Y (Depth)

220mm

Z (Height)

250mm

Extruder Settings

Nozzle Size

0.4mm

Compatitable Material Diameter

1.75mm

Nozzle offset X

-110mm

Nozzle offset Y

-110mm

Nozzle offset Z

-125mm

Print Settings

Print Temperature

200°C for PLA / 230°C for ABS

Print Speed

60mm/s

Generate Support

YES

Layer Height

0.1mm

Wall Thickness

0.8mm

Infill Density

20%

Bulid Pate Adhesion Type

Brim

Default Printing Temperature

200°C

Defeault Build Plate Tempreature

60°C for PLA / 70°C for ABS


After all things done, you can start to slice it. It will show the estimated time for printing.

FAQ: Why my prints goes longer than the estimated time?

A: The estimated time is calculated at a regular speed. But actually it will slow down the speed while goes with the turning and sharp angles.

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    <overridePrinterModels>1</overridePrinterModels>
    <printerModelsOverride>Artillery_Genius_Custom_Buildplate.stl</printerModelsOverride>
    Simplify 3D custom buildplate
  • Save the file and import the profile back into Simplify 3D by navigating to File-> Import FFF Profile.
  • That’s it. Now, your build plate should look like this:Artillery Genius Custom Buildplate in Simplify 3D  <div><div><h3>Introduction: Ciclop 3D Scanner (BQ & Horus)</h3><div><p>Good day everyone,</p><p><strong>Little bit of an introduction and background:</strong></p><p>My name is Dave and I am from Bristol in the UK.  Late last year I took the plunge and after much research and question asking I bought myself a 3D printer.  The printer I opted for was the Lulzbot TAZ5.  This printer is a product of Aleph Objects Inc which are based in Colorado USA - I point out now I have no connection with the company at all other than buying one of their printers.  I have found the printer to be excellent, very reliable and a joy to use.  As important as the printer the customer support from Lulzbot has been amazing, no in fact exceptional ! </p><p>For anyone interested here is a little video I made going through the printer unboxing and set up:</p><iframe allowfullscreen=

    I have been using the printer to print all sorts of things from artistic sculptures to brackets for bikes. A while ago I came across the open source Ciclop 3D scanner project and thought I had to build the design.

    The Ciclop 3D scanner is an open source project that anyone who wants to invest some time can build. So all the designs for the component parts, the hardware, the software and the firmware are available on-line. Therefore, this instructable is not my design but instead a description of how I went about building the Ciclop scanner. I have made some small modifications here and there to the printable parts to better suit my particular 3D printer. These modifications are specifically to the support structures required to print overhangs.

    Most of this instructable consists of lots of photographs, screen shots and some video showing the progress I made building the Ciclop and hopefully will help anyone else who may want to have a crack at building one.

  • Step 1: Ciclop 3D Scanner - the Basics

    The Ciclop 3D scanner allows any object of a suitable size to be scanned in thee dimensions ultimately resulting in a model that after post processing can be edited, manipulated and reproduced using a 3D printer.

    The object of choice is placed on a rotating platform. As the object is rotated two line lasers illuminate the object from two different angles. A camera then scans the illuminated object at each rotational position. The data from the camera is then used to build a 3D point cloud of the object.

    The Ciclop scanner is constructed from the following basic building blocks:

    - A series of plastic components which can be produced using a domestic 3D printer

    - A series of threaded connecting rods which hold the plastic parts in position

    - A microprocessor control system & firmware used to locally control the platform motor & lasers

    - A good quality camera used to capture the lined scanned data

    - A PC based software application used to perform calibration, invoke/control scanning and assemble the result

    Over the following instructable steps I will go through the above basic component parts in order to share my experience of the build.

    Step 2: The Ciclop Plastic Component Parts (Lulzbot TAZ5 Printed Using HIPS)

    Shown above are most of the Ciclop plastic component parts, all these components were printed on my TAZ5 3D printer using red HIPS 3mm printing filament, an extruder temperature of 240C and a print bed temperature of 110C.

    The models for the components were downloaded from thingiverse:

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:740357

    Here is the pattern and pattern holder:

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1054078

    I personally found that the support material used on the camera holder and motor holder did not print particularly well or provide adequate support. I subsequently imported the designs into Meshmixer and removed the support. I then imported the support free models into Simplify3D and added my own custom support structures. Unfortunately, it is not possible to output the models including the support structures from Simplify3D in an STL or OBJ format. The models including support can be exported from Simplify3D but only using the tool's own factory file format. So the upshot is I can only share the models including support with other Simplify3D users or provide the ready to print Gcode. The Gcode option may be ok if you are using a TAZ5 3D printer but may not print as well on other brands of printer.

    There are links to other aspects of the project on the thingiverse link. However, I did find more useful links to the required project parts which will be detailed in subsequent steps.

    The following steps simply show photographs of the results of my printing and the Ciclop mechanics assembled.

    Step 3: Ciclop Framework Excluding the Motor and Platform

    Step 4: Camera Holder Base

    Step 5: Motor Holder Base

    Step 6: Camera Holder With Camera

    Step 7: Platform Holder Including the Bearing & Clips

    Step 8: Platform Holder, Bearing & Clips, Calibration Card Holder and Shaft Coupling

    Step 9: Laser Holder

    Step 10: Motor Mounted Into Motor Holder Top/bottom

    Step 11: Bearing Mounted in Holder and Bolted to the Platform

    Step 12: On-board Motor & Laser Control System

    The on-board motor and laser control systems is based around an Arduino UNO ATmega328P control board. I don't generally use the Arduino system for my other microprocessor based projects preferring to build bis-spoke based control systems around a PIC microprocessor best suited to the application. However, the Ciclop project is not my design and so I ventured into the world of Arduino.

    Although I was going to spend money on the Ciclop project I was prepared to cut a few corners and get the price down a bit. To this end I first decided to buy a cheap Arduino clone board from Ebay for the unbelievable price of £3.99 delivered. The Arduino control board is the blue board pictured at the head of this step. The board is based around the ATmega328P microprocessor. The board has a simple linear power supply, a clock source for the micro, a reset button and a few leds. The idea behind the Arduino system is that you take you basic control board and then plug what is termed a shield on top. The shield is an application specific hardware board that acts as an interface between the microprocessor and whatever it is you want to control. This is a simple but very powerful system. The basic control board is generic and mass produced at very low cost. It is then left to the community of developers and anyone else for that matter to go on to produce a staggering range of shields to perform just about any task you care to think of. For example last year I built a quadcopter using a flight control system that is essentially an Arduino platform with an integrated flight control shield. Mounted on my quadcopter I have a two axis stabilized camera gimbal - again an Arduino core with an application specific integrated shield. For the quadcopter it made more sense for the shields to be integrated. However, for the Ciclop the shield is a more traditional piggy back interface board. The Ciclop shield provides the hardware interface control for the bipolar stepper motor and also for the line laser control. In the case of the Ciclop shield the integration is taken one step further and a stand alone bipolar stepper motor driver module is used as these modules are used extensively in the 3D printer and home CNC market and are very inexpensive.

    In order to save money I chose to buy my Arduino Ciclop shield as a kit.

    The Arduino shield kit I purchased from eBay here :

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252442375077?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    Support from this supplier was VERY good and the kit is sourced from the UK.

    Step 13: Downloading the Firmware to the Arduino Platform

    In this step we will go over the process of downloading or programming the Arduino platform with the firmware.

    Firmware in this context is essentially the code that runs on the Arduino ATmega328P microprocessor. The board is supplied already programmed up with the bootloader so all that is necessary is to use the Arduino Integrated Design Environment or IDE to program the board with the Ciclop firmware.

    The process is as follows :

    - Install the Arduino IDE after downloading from the internet

    https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

    - Download the latest version of the firmware, you need the horus-fw.ino sketch file
    https://github.com/bqlabs/horus-fw

    - Download & install the CH340G driver if you have a clone version of the Arduino board. I will elaborate slightly on this point. Authentic (non clone) Arduino control boards are fitted exclusively (as far as I am aware) with FTDI USB to serial interface devices and therefore require the appropriate FTDI software driver. However, for various reasons outside the scope of this instructable most of the clone boards are now fitted with a different type of interface device that requires a different driver (CH340G). In my experience once this driver is installed the board appears as a COM port and everything else operates as expected.
    http://www.arduined.eu/ch340g-converter-windows-7-driver-download/

    - Connect the IDE to the board via the appropriate COM port (look in the Windows device driver list to determine the correct COM port) (see screen shot)

    - Select the board type (see screen shot)

    - Select the programmer (see screen shot)

    - Load the firmware sketch (see screen shot)

    - Upload the sketch to the board

    One thing that is worth trying if you are new to all this Arduino business is to up load an example sketch first just to give you the confidence that everything is working correctly. Under the IDE file menu there are a bunch of example sketches - one of which is simply called blink. This sketch once uploaded just flashes an LED on the Arduino UNO board. So you don't need the Ciclop shield fitted at this stage just upload blink and sanity check that the board LED is flashing. Once happy you can go onto load up the Ciclop sketch and program the board. The entire programming process for the Ciclop firmware takes just a few seconds.

    Step 14: The Camera Connection and Driver

    The camera used is a Logitech C270 HD webcam, sourced from eBay. Once you have your camera you need to install the camera driver.

    I downloaded the driver from here :

    http://support.logitech.com/en_ca/product/hd-webcam-c270

    The camera simply slots snuggly into the top of the camera holder. The USB cable runs down through the camera holder and out of the base.

    Step 15: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the COM Port

    Note the COM port in MY case was COM12. However, for you it may (probably will be) different. Under the Windows control panel open the device manager and check which COM port has been allocated.

    Step 16: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the Board Type

    Step 17: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the Programmer Type

    Step 18: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the Sketch (Ciclop Firmware)

    Once the firmware has been successfully programmed you can plug the laser/motor control shield onto the Arduino board - the controller is now ready for integration into the Ciclop scanner.

    Step 19: Arduino UNO and Laser/motor Control Sheild Fitted Together

    This series of images show the Arduino UNO control board and the laser/motor control board fitted together.

    This is a good point to issue a word of WARNING as there is a possible issue with the shield / Arduino combination if you do not take the advice of the shield supplier. In the eBay description of the shield it quite clearly states that ideally the Arduino UNO board used should be fitted with a mini USB connector. This is because an UNO board fitted with the larger type USB connector will foul the 12V power connector fitted to the shield - you can see this issue in the photographs. I did not heed the advice given and as a result had to file the solder profile down under the power connector and used a double layer of Kapton tape to prevent a short.

    For a more suitable Arduino UNO board I would search for "Arduino UNO mini USB" on eBay.

    The shield worked perfectly first time and is by far the best value for money currently available - and you get to build it which adds to the fun !

    Step 20: The Motor Connection

    I think it is worth just going over the motor connection to the laser/motor control shield. I bought my motor from eBay and it was supplied with a header connection on the side and a plug with about 1m of cable - very nice. However, it may not be obvious how the four connections of the motor connect to the motor controller. I do quite a bit of work with stepper motors and it never ceases to amaze me how much misinformation there is on the internet regarding their connections. There are two main types of stepper motor Unipolar and Bipolar - this particular motor is a Bipolar type with four wires. Essentially inside the motor are two coils with two wires connected to each coil - hence a four wire interface.

    The laser/motor control shield has a four pin header labelled 2B 2A 1A 1B

    Pins 1A & 1B connect to one of the motor coils and 2A & 2B connect to the second motor coil.

    Looking at the attached image for the particular motor I have the connections are as follows :

    1A - Black

    1B - Green

    2A - Red

    2B - Blue

    This connection ensures the motor runs correctly and also rotates in the correct direction.

    The motor I used is a Nema 17 type labelled : JK42HS40-1704-13A

    Step 21: The Lasers

    The lasers used in the project were 5mW focusable line lasers, again sourced from eBay. Each laser has a rotatable diffraction lens mounted on the front which projects a laser line and by rotating allows the laser line to be focused.

    The laser holder plastic parts as printed were obviously intended for a laser with a smaller diameter body and so my lasers didn't fit. I could have imported the laser holder model and modified it and then re-printed ..... it was late by that stage so I just drilled out the plastic to 12mm and popped the lasers inside.

    I extended the fly leads to each laser with spare red/black wire that was left over after cutting the motor lead to length. All leads were soldered and then made secure with a heat shrinkable covering.

    The two lasers connect to the laser/motor control shield as follows :

    Left laser connection port 1

    Right laser connection port 2

    The red lead connects to the inner most pin closest to the motor controller, the black lead connects to the outer most pin closest to the board edge.

    Here is a link to the lasers I used:

    http://www.seeedstudio.com/document/HLM1230.pdf

    Step 22: Mechanical Construction

    The mechanical construction of the scanner is reasonably obvious. However, there is an excellent video available showing everything in detail :

    Step 23: Horus Application Software and Documentation

    The PC/Linux Horus application software can be found here :

    http://horus.readthedocs.io/en/release-0.2/

    I didn't see much point in explaining the software operation in detail when all the documentation has already been done so well.

    In order to get good results I would suggest reading all the documentation rather than just diving in. There is not that much to read and after ten minutes you will be better equipt to get a good result.

    Step 24: Finished Ciclop Scanner Quick Video Look Around

    This video is just a quick look over the finished scanner prior to performing calibration.

    Step 25: Ciclop Scanner Calibration Workbench

    After reading the documentation I decided to use the set up wizard and simply follow the steps. Once the calibration grid has been put into the platform the first thing.

    This video shows the calibration sequence if not using the wizard.

    Step 26: Ciclop Scanner Scanning Workbench

    This video shows the scanning operation.

    Step 27: Post Processing the Results in Meshlab

    Once you have successfully scanned an object what you have is called a point cloud. This point cloud is not something you can just load up and 3D print. As the name suggests it is simply a cloud of scanned point and not a printable closed 3D mesh.

    I am sure there are lots of ways and tools to turn the point cloud into a 3D closed printable mesh but my tool of choice is Meshlab which is free, open source and truly excellent :

    http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/

    I would not admit to using or fully understanding every aspect of Meshlab and it can be quite daunting when you first start using it. I use the bits I need and try and understand as much as possible.

    So I thought I would include a step at the end of this instructable showing how I use MeshLab to convert the point cloud obtained from the scanner into a solid printable mesh and also transfer colour texture information from the scanned point cloud onto the mesh. Transferring the colour maybe not be that useful if you are going to 3D print the scanned object but you might want to use the scan for some other purpose where colour from the original point cloud scan would be nice to have.

    I have uploaded the results of the scan and post processing to my web space, feel free to download and have a look.

    Download : www.dt-space.co.uk/can_scan.zip

    The ZIP file contains three files:

    The point cloud scan obtained directly from the Ciclop : can_scan.ply

    The mesh created from the point cloud : can_scan_mesh.stl

    The mesh plus colour created from the point cloud : can_scan_mesh.ply

    Step 28: Ciclop 3D Scanner Project - Conclusion

    This has been a great deal of fun to build and I think I have learn some new things which is the whole point. It is a good project as it covers many different areas - 3D printing, electronics, mechanics, optics, software, firmware, microprocessor control, 3D image manipulation and post processing.

    I am not sure how much I will use the scanner and for what purpose but that is not the point. The point is to buy cool stuff, put it all together in order to learn new things and gain a few more skills.

    Please point out any inaccuracies or errors, I will correct. Also please fire away with any comments or input as I would be very keen to hear what people think.

    Remember ....... build and have fun !

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    Installing Marlin (Re-ARM)

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    Before reading this article, you should have already read Installing Marlin and downloaded the Marlin source code. If you haven’t done these steps yet, take one step back, then follow the link back to this page to continue the process.

    This page describes the process of installing Marlin 2.x onto the Re-Arm (LPC1768-based) board.

    While this procedure specifically targets the Re-Arm board, it can apply to any Marlin HAL-compatible controller with an onboard bootable SD card. (Notes for “other boards” are included where needed.) These instructions are OS-agnostic. The term “File Browser” refers to both the macOS Finder and Windows Explorer.

    To increase your chances of success, start out with the default Marlin configuration files. Except as directed, don’t modify or until you’ve achieved a successful build, upload, and test using the base configuration.

    Before you begin

    DO NOT attach your RAMPS Board yet! If the RAMPS is currently installed on the Re-Arm board, we recommend you remove it before proceeding. Once you’ve validated the installation and made sure everything works then the RAMPS can be attached for the main event!

    Format an SD Card for Re-Arm

    Follow this procedure exactly! An improperly-formatted card may seem to be working but the board will not be able to write the required file. This can (and does) cause a lot of frustration.

    On LPC1768/1769-based boards the onboard SD card is used to store the board’s operating system (in this case, Marlin Firmware) and data. It will also be used by default to store gcode files. Some boards also have the option of using an SD card connected to an LCD screen for gcode storage, however the onboard SD card will still be required for firmware storage.

    Important: If your SD card is larger than 32GB, it must be partitioned so that the first partion is no larger than 32GB. The other partitions don’t matter. Please refer to your system’s tools or do a web search for “partition SD card.”

    1. Format a 32GB SD card as FAT32 and name it “”.

    2. Insert the card into the Re-Arm’s onboard SD card slot.

    3. Locate the red jumper on the Re-Arm board next to the reset switch. Move the jumper to the ‘USB’ (right) position so the board will be powered from the USB port.

    4. Connect the board to the computer using a USB cable.

    If all is well an SD card volume named “” will appear on your Desktop (and/or the file browser).

    If you’ve given the card a different name or if it uses a different system, you will need to know the exact logical path to the drive. Don’t worry about this for now. It will be described in the Build Marlin section below.

    Install PlatformIO

    See Installing Marlin (PlatformIO)

    This method is recommended because it is relatively easy and closely parallels this document.

    Download Marlin 2.0

    1. Download Marlin 2.0 which includes support for ARM-based boards.

    2. Move the file to your “Documents” folder (or wherever you prefer) and expand the ZIP archive as you usually do.

    3. Rename the folder to “” so we’re all on the same page here.

    Pro Tip: If you’re using GitHub Desktop to manage your own Marlin fork, simply select the branch to check it out.

    Open Marlin in PlatformIO IDE

    1. At this point you may already have the project editor running. If not, go ahead and launch Atom.

    2. The “PlatformIO Home” page should appear. If not, click on the Home icon located in the top-left corner.

    3. Click the “Open Project” button under “Quick Access.”

    4. In the file dialog, navigate to the folder you created earlier, highlight it, and click the “Open” button. The project folder and its contents should appear in the Project navigator on the left side.

    1. Close the Platform IO Home (or PIO Home) tab.

    2. From the project pane on the left, locate the folder and click on it to disclose its contents. Click on to open it in a new tab.

    3. Find the setting and change it to the following for Re-ARM:

    4. Find the setting and change it to the following for Re-ARM

    5. Save the file.

    The “EFB” acronym in the board name refers to Extruder, Fan, and Bed. This defines the order that these components should be connected to the , , and power outputs on the board. (EFB is the most common layout.)

    For other boards…

    1. Open the boards.h file. In Marlin 2 this file is located in Marlin > src > core.

    2. Scan the file or use Find to locate the identifier for your board. (e.g., )

    3. Open and set MOTHERBOARD to the name of your board.

    4. Save .

    Auto-Build (Recommended)

    See Installing Marlin (PlatformIO)

    Manual Build

    1. Click on PIO Build in the bottom left to bring up the dialog.

    2. Scroll down and select “PIO Build (LPC1768)”. (You can also type out “LPC17…”, use the arrow keys, and press return.)

    3. The build window will open and Marlin will be compiled. (This may take a minute or two.) If the build is successful, the window will close and the file will be saved in the folder.

    For other boards…

    Do the same as above, but select the “PIO Build” option for your board.

    Methods 1 and 2 below will produce a file in the folder and copy it to the SD card on the Re-Arm board.

    If isn’t installed on the SD card, try again or use Method 3 to manually copy to the SD card.

    1. Auto-Upload (Recommended)

    See Installing Marlin (PlatformIO)

    2. Manual Upload

    1. Click on PIO Build in the bottom left to bring up the dialog.

    2. Scroll down and select “PIO Upload (LPC1768)”. (You can also type out “LPC17…”, use the arrow keys, and press return.)

    3. Wait while Marlin is compiled and uploaded. (This may take a few minutes.)

    3. Copy firmware.bin

    If there is a properly formatted SD card in your Re-Arm board and the board is powered on, you should see it on the desktop and in the file browser. You don’t need to remove the card from the Re-Arm and insert it into your computer, although that works too.

    Note that this method requires accessing a hidden directory containing the file. Both Windows Explorer and the macOS Finder have a “Go to folder…” command that can be used to open hidden folders, and that’s how we’ll do this part.

    1. Using Windows Explorer or macOS Finder, navigate to your folder. All the visible files and folders, such as and will be shown.
      • For Windows use Ctrl-D to select the address bar and add to the end of the path. Press Return to open the hidden folder.
      • On macOS select Go to Folder… from the Go menu. Type and press Return to open the hidden folder.
    2. Open the folder.

    3. Copy the file to the “” SD card.
    1. Push the reset button on the Re-Arm board to register your new build.

    2. Wait until the SD card named “” reappears on your desktop and use the file browser to open the card and verify that the file was created.

    If you don’t see this file, you’ll need to do a hard reset by unplugging the USB cable, counting to 10, and plugging the USB cable back in.

    If you see the file but still have issues, simply delete the file, empty the Recycle Bin (or Trash) and power-cycle the controller.

    Test the install

    You should now be able to communicate with Marlin and send commands using your favorite host software such as Simplify3D, OctoPrint, Pronterface, Repetier Host, or the Arduino serial monitor.

    Tip: When doing consecutive builds, it’s always good practice to check the date and time of the files to make sure the Re-Arm processed them.

    For the first test build you should have used the default and files. Now it’s time to test your own configurations.

    We strongly suggest rebuilding your configs using one of the included example configs located in the Marlin/src/config/examples folder as a starting-point by first copying the appropriate files into the folder. For much of this process, you can use the File Compare feature of Atom or VSCode. Note that this won’t help with any renamed or moved items.

    All of Re-Arm’s logic pins are 3.3V, but all pins (except analog!) are 5V tolerant, so there’s no reason to worry about voltage-divided induction sensor signal voltages or other 5V devices you may be using.

    1. Connect using your host terminal to check that the board is working. Start by sending an to get a report of the endstops, and try followed by to initialize the emulated EEPROM data.

    2. Unplug the USB cable from the board.

    3. Locate the red jumper on the Re-Arm board, next to the reset switch. Move the jumper to the ‘INT’ (left) position so the board will be powered by the internal power.

    4. Assemble your RAMPS sandwich.

    5. Plug in USB.

    6. Connect a power source (12V to 24V). (The Re-Arm can be powered from 10V to 30V without any need to cut the diode or use a separate power supply. In our testing a RAMPS has been running at 24V for 2 months without issue.)

    Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

    3,085 gcode 3d models found

    Download or buy, then render or print from the shops or marketplaces, configurar simplify3d Archives. 3D Models below are suitable not only for printing but also for any computer graphics like CG, VFX, Animation, or even CAD. You can print these 3d models on your favorite 3d printer or render them with your preferred render engine. Please note that the 3D model database is only a Search Engine. You should visit the original websites. Most of the models configurar simplify3d Archives be easily imported and rendered with Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, Blender, configurar simplify3d Archives, C4D, and Sketchup. Check for online 3d model conversions tools for your file format. Shown 1 of 26 pages

    CNC Milling Machine

    CNC Milling Machine

    .ready to use assembly fixtures and part and tools<br>give gcode .

    etsy FromSiberiaCrafts

    etsy FromSiberiaCrafts

    .model<br>troll the poppy from the cartoon trolley file format stl/gcode .

    Evangelion EVA01

    Evangelion EVA01

    .already cut/key. 10 cm print size.<br>file include, ztl, obj, gcodefbx. pm me if you want to have.

    Peon bud

    Peon bud

    .(table 50 °c, nozzle 215 °c). nozzle 0.2 mm, configurar simplify3d Archives. gcode .

    Small 3d print ready toy car 1

    Small 3d print ready toy car 1

    .print ready toy car 1 turbosquid these files are configurar simplify3d Archives file to be used directly in your printer.<br>material used.

    Monkey King 3D Print

    Monkey King 3D Print

    ., monkey king 3d print. print on ender 3 v2.</p><p></p><p>gcodejust drop and print. ( with cut ).</p><p></p><p>obj.

    Honey Drizzlier (3D Print)

    Honey Drizzlier (3D Print)

    .use.<br><br>i have provided both the .obj file and the .gcode file so if you want to make alterations open.

    Toy-Crossbow

    Toy-Crossbow

    .for the fast customers this package includes also a .gcode file for the ultimaker 2+, which ive tested and.

    Tarbosaurus Skull Printable Model

    Tarbosaurus Skull Printable Model

    .- polygons. i exported in stl-ztl- obj and gcode (ultimate cura ) style.</li></ul>. model size (mm) :<br><ul><li>upper skull:.

    noisy ball, cat toy for printing

    noisy ball, cat toy for printing

    .pet</p><p></p><p></p><p>topology info:</p><p>point count: 392546</p><p>polygon count: 758404</p><p></p><p></p><p>included: ready to print gcode and standart formats like .stl and.

    Decor Set

    Decor Set

    .temperatures, and other 3d printing settings are not included .gcode u other files have to be generated according to.

    Fishing boat

    Fishing boat

    .temperatures, and other 3d printing settings are not included .gcode u other files have to be generated according to.

    Maxi Bricks Toy Set (3D Printable & Realistic edit)

    Maxi Bricks Toy Set (3D Printable & Realistic edit)

    .earlier)<br><br>5) 3d printing program (especially for prusa i3 mk2) [.gcode, with recommended printing settings<br><br>[> to know more about model.

    Temp tower gcodes

    Temp tower gcodes

    .temp tower gcodes thingiverse gcode

    Curiosity Rover GCODES by BabyBowser

    Curiosity Rover GCODES by BabyBowser

    .curiosity rover gcodes by babybowser thingiverse just gcodes (except for the complete model.)

    gcode antenna by goodpudding

    gcode antenna by goodpudding

    .gcode antenna by goodpudding thingiverse antenna

    Elektriktrick GCode Preview by matthiasm

    Elektriktrick GCode Preview by matthiasm

    . for files ending in .gcode configurar simplify3d Archives .bfb more information and the original files are here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:376361

    gcode halftone converter by mattvenn

    gcode halftone converter by mattvenn

    .e converter by mattvenn thingiverse what? a python program to convert an image into halftone. generates gcode for your cnc mill.

    Batman repaired <b>configurar simplify3d Archives</b> gcode by sfiamma

    Batman repaired + gcode by sfiamma

    .ou can see how is simple to remove his support material. this gcode can work also on other marlin machine with rumba elettronics.

    One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

    One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

    . printing gcode to test the limited of ultimaker 2 default settings gcode generated by fullcontrol gcode @loughborough university

    Gcode converter by MarvinX

    Gcode converter by MarvinX

    .eb generated code for raster which was converted by program and converted code was sent to machine (reprap 3d printer with laser)

    EPAX E10 GCODE Modifications by mrcythos

    EPAX E10 GCODE Modifications by mrcythos

    .epax e10 gcode modifications by mrcythos thingiverse files for epax e10 gcode modification. ignore the cylinder stl.

    PhoneHolderK82001 v1.0 (Gcode Simulator) by <b>configurar simplify3d Archives</b> v1.0 (Gcode Simulator) by gm3ij3r</h3><p>.code simulator by android (check android play store for more info about gcode-simulator) i printed it twice - check photos ! ;-) </p></div><div><img alt=

    Tablet gcode for analysis by Artesian

    .tablet gcode for analysis by artesian thingiverse sa

    One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

    One layer bridge testing Gcode by 1459419282

    .d testing the limited of the printer thin layer. this gcode is generated by fullcontrol gcode generator @loughborough university, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    Snowflakes 9er Plate gcode by nischi

    Snowflakes 9er Plate gcode by nischi

    .e gcode by nischi thingiverse snowflakes gcode for prusa or mendel max 0.34mm stl from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:36850

    Marble Track GCODE by whiteglint143

    Marble Track GCODE by whiteglint143

    .marble track gcode by whiteglint143 thingiverse grinding noise at end

    Blender gcode addon by zignig

    Blender gcode addon by zignig

    .//github.com/zignig/blender-gcode-reader i'm looking into parsing skeinforge commentsand dealing with 5d and stringy bits.

    Arduino Gcode <a href=Malwarebytes Premium Crack 4.4.6 Full Activation Keygen 2021 Download for Mini-CNC by Oliv4945">

    Arduino Gcode configurar simplify3d Archives for Mini-CNC by Oliv4945

    .arduino gcode interpreter for mini-cnc by oliv4945 thingiverse gcode interpreter for minicnc plublished by makerblock

    Ender 3 Indicator and Feeler Gcode

    Ender 3 Configurar simplify3d Archives and Feeler Gcode

    .y over accurate diagonal bed rocking points. leveling using opposing corners makes leveling easier, faster, and more predictable.

    gcode visualiser testcase by tsh2

    gcode visualiser testcase by tsh2

    .de, configurar simplify3d Archives, i see it).if i turn off 'sort layers by z' then visualisation works. https://github.com/hudbrog/gcodeviewer/issues/53

    Level Test STL (not Gcode) by Nf1nk

    Level Test STL (not Gcode) by Nf1nk

    .ng a hard time finding one of these that was an stl instead of a gcode. this is one, configurar simplify3d Archives. https://www.tinkercad.com/things/2wtgtjlkhxs

    Aladdin Sane gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    Aladdin Sane gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    .g (for pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse aladdin sane gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    Banksy Graffiti gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    Banksy Graffiti gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    .or pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse banksy graffiti gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

    Geometrical Hexagon gcode Drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    Geometrical Hexagon gcode Drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    .pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse geometrical hexagon gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

    Music Gcodes for Ultimaker by Misguided

    Music Gcodes for Ultimaker by Misguided

    .r machine might risk a headcrash or something worse. if in doubt, get mid2cnc and convert the midi specifically for your machine.

    GCode Viewer for Android by bifi5590

    GCode Viewer for Android by bifi5590

    . app to work with more devices. i hope i find some time between my exams and my bachelor thesis to work on this project again. :)

    Blender 2.5 gcode reader by zignig

    Blender 2.5 gcode reader by zignig

    . also animates with 1 frame per layer. put the script up on github for development https://github.com/zignig/blender-gcode-reader

    Multi meterial: How to make GCODE by ceri

    Multi meterial: How to make GCODE by ceri

    . how to make gcode by ceri thingiverse a quick and concise description of how to create openscad, gcode multiple material files.

    Arduino Gcode Interpreter for MiniCNC with Z Axis by Heindal

    Arduino Gcode Interpreter for MiniCNC with Z Axis by Heindal

    .interpreter with x, y, and z axis that can be used with replicatorg. it builds on the existing 2-d gcode interpreter by oliv4945.

    V for Vendetta mask gcode drawing (for Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    V for Vendetta mask gcode drawing configurar simplify3d Archives Pen Adapter) by R23D2

    .pen adapter) by r23d2 thingiverse v for vendetta mask gcode drawing (for pen adapter) this is only the gcode, not the stl model.

    Matlab Circle Gcode Maker by Zh4x0r

    Matlab Circle Gcode Maker by Zh4x0r

    .meone else wanted to make gcode draw circles :-) circles.gcode is the file generated when all settings are set to their defaults.

    NHS Visor and GCode by aslius

    NHS Visor and GCode by aslius

    .le, please contact your local health authority for information regarding collection or delivery of your printed visors. thank you

    Simple GCode Generator in Python by kolergy

    Simple GCode Generator in Python by kolergy

    .tal printer http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:329498 latest version always available on github: https://github.com/kolergy/gcgen

    Change filament GCODE by ThorLAB

    Change filament GCODE by ThorLAB

    .outube if you found it useful, and if you like, you can offer me a coffee!, it will be an extra motivation to continue designing.

    Mandalorian Gcode <b>Configurar simplify3d Archives</b> Tornado ABS and PLA

    Mandalorian Gcode Tevo Tornado ABS and PLA

    .pla thingiverse abs and pla gcode 15% infill no scaling supports everywhere except for dome. 0.2 layers 801g of filament 2 walls

    Ender 3 PLA temp tower Gcode by Kicco081

    Ender 3 PLA temp tower Gcode by Kicco081

    . pla temp tower gcode by kicco081 thingiverse ender 3 pla temp tower. to change the temperature automatically download the gcode

    Level Gcode with FIXED PAUSE by LachyD5959

    Level Gcode with FIXED PAUSE by LachyD5959

    .r, if you have tried the original look no further than this. just load it up and hit start, it will pause configurar simplify3d Archives each location twice, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    Cupcake Autohoming GCode for Unicorn Tray by MakerBlock

    Cupcake Autohoming GCode for Unicorn Tray by MakerBlock

    .schmarty's super excellent inkscape to gcode plugin will start your print assuming it is at the dead center of your printbed.

    GCode Print Simulator by mdietz

    GCode Print Simulator by mdietz

    .ultimaker.) as well, tested with silc3r and skeinforge gcodes. download the latest version v142 check out my other designs

    Wrapping Paper Holder GCODE by rbedger

    Wrapping Paper Holder GCODE by rbedger

    .wrapping paper holder gcode by rbedger thingiverse instructions printed on an mk3s+ using prusament petg

    FreeCAD GCode import for Slic3r and Skeinforge by Area51

    FreeCAD GCode import for Slic3r and Skeinforge by Area51

    .plication to visualize the generated pathways. freecad can import configurar simplify3d Archives export a lot of common file formats, including .stl format, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    GCODE Temperature Tower 2g 39 minutes print

    GCODE Temperature Tower 2g 39 minutes print

    . 2g 39 minutes print thingiverse added a gcode that should work for most of the printers print at .2 layer height .4 layer width

    KIRI:MOTO Slicer, <i>configurar simplify3d Archives</i>, GCode Generator by stewartallen

    KIRI:MOTO Slicer, GCode Generator by stewartallen

    .es no installation, the latest version is a page refresh away. meta:moto is a block modeling tool. both are hosted at grid:space

    Upload GCode to SpereBot by tgfuellner

    Upload GCode to SpereBot by tgfuellner

    .ted on linux. they should both run on windows. the current version can always be found on https://github.com/tgfuellner/spherebot

    Yet Another Gcode Viewer by jonathanw

    Yet Another Gcode Viewer by jonathanw

    .e i started this, configurar simplify3d Archives published his very nice gcode analyzer/visualizer; check it out: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:35248

    Repetier_Host startup GCode by ozwes007

    Repetier_Host startup GCode by ozwes007

    .lament calculations and stepper motor calculations to get the actual height for each layer. i then use this in the slicer program

    Send GCODE to SphereBot - ruby script by simonkuehling

    Send GCODE to SphereBot - ruby script by simonkuehling

    . direct ruby-translation of the python script by tgfuellner at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:9941 tested on ubuntu linux 11.10

    RUMBA output test gcode by kharar

    RUMBA output test gcode by kharar

    .this test, acceleration and steps per mm are changed for all motors so make sure to reset your printer after executing this file.

    CodeThread - GCode from Processing by diatom

    CodeThread - GCode from Processing by diatom

    .es attached here):http://blog.diatom.cc/codethread it's still pretty fresh, hope to have some more updates and examples soon!

    Sample gcode for testing skirts, temp upload by Phistterbut_Inc

    Sample gcode for testing skirts, temp upload by Phistterbut_Inc

    .hells of skirting. overall print speed is 45mm/s. relevant settings have been posted in the picture, configurar simplify3d Archives. temp set to 220c, bed to 40.

    GCode Analyzer/Visualizer by hudbrog

    GCode Analyzer/Visualizer by hudbrog

    .ure "error analysis" that is available at http://gcode.ws/?new and it's migrated to another domain long time ago =)

    Ender 5 Plus Bed Level Gcode by Motovader72

    Ender 5 Plus Bed Level Gcode by Motovader72

    .chep's video on the ender 3 to see how to use the gcode file.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_efwvujjbda&feature=emb_logo

    Shapeoko Lasercutting and Laserengraving - Pirate GCode File by nischi

    Shapeoko Lasercutting and Laserengraving - Pirate GCode File by nischi

    . g90 g21 g0 x82.2426 y18.6568 m03 g04 p5 g1f25.000000 laser hw 808 nm (red) 800 mw ttl control 12v around 100 us$

    Spitfire RC, test Gcode for PRUSA i3 ORIGINAL by stephencz

    Spitfire RC, test Gcode for PRUSA i3 ORIGINAL by stephencz

    .s:http://3dlabprint.comhttp://www.facebook.com/3dlabprintfacehttps://youtu.be/ls9uetkdc5c?list=plcpmwptotmxqlcogussbc3slutszdfl5y

    Blender 2.59 add-on to import and render 5D GCODE by Sound

    Blender 2.59 add-on to import and render 5D GCODE by Sound

    .ender-gcode-reader (the object in pictures was sliced with slic3r, http://slic3r.org) update (2012-05-04): patched by ceterumnet, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    Machine Axis Exercise gcode by Seadevil

    Machine Axis Exercise gcode by Seadevil

    .ote it to test my axis (should be safe on any bed of at least 160mm. it moves slowly, but i speed it up to 300% and let it go.

    GCode procedures for easier manual bedleveling Tevo Tornado by Coat

    GCode procedures for easier manual bedleveling Tevo Tornado by Coat

    .ed is free and has enough space to move, configurar simplify3d Archives. happy bedleveling :) see http://reprap.org/wiki/g-code for more information about gcode.

    Custom Gcode beep: <b>Configurar simplify3d Archives</b> March by sakrebeL

    Custom Gcode beep: Imperial March by sakrebeL

    .sg-236787) and thought it was worth sharing. so, thanks bobc. i made the junk stl file a little bit smaller than gearnuts' ;)

    GCode Viewer for Android -SOURCE- by bifi5590

    GCode Viewer for Android -SOURCE- by bifi5590

    .lor thesis is taking away most of my free time so further changes can take some time. still have to rewrite the 3d visualization, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    Gcode Script Pack 3 by MaskedRetriever

    Gcode Script Pack 3 by MaskedRetriever

    . the gear script's a little beta-y right now but i decided to just post it as-is rather than let it hold up the script packs.

    Parametric GCode Starter Kit by MaskedRetriever

    Parametric GCode Starter Kit by MaskedRetriever

    . one of these with more advanced lessons later-- there configurar simplify3d Archives a lot more things that can be done with this than i've shown here!

    gcode interpreter esp8266 by costycnc

    gcode interpreter esp8266 by costycnc

    .no grbl 0.8c modified by me for working with 28byj-48 unipolar steppers.http://www.costycnc.ithttps://www.facebook.com/costelcnc/

    Creality Leveling Cycle GCodes by psdesign

    Creality Leveling Cycle GCodes by psdesign

    .?v=rjc7n4vb9ay&t=157s i have codes for ender 2, ender3 family, cr10 family, and wanhao i3 configurar simplify3d Archives if you like them let me know!

    gcode decimation program by DaveD

    gcode decimation program by DaveD

    .s a g1 that goes (by default) 3x the min distance, configurar simplify3d Archives. you can change this "long distance min threshold" via the -l option.

    GPX gcode to x3g converter by whpthomas

    GPX gcode to x3g converter by whpthomas

    . configuration from the command line, or configured using a macro language embedded in the gcode header of the files it converts.

    µDelta Dansing Machine - musical gcode by Ilkirius

    µDelta Dansing Machine - musical gcode by Ilkirius

    .o bros. main theme ludwig von beethoven fur elise do not use "bullshit.stl", it's a self-destruct µdelta process ^^

    configurar simplify3d Archives converter to make Cura dual extrusion work with Sailfish by LarNil">

    gcode converter to make Cura dual extrusion work with Sailfish by LarNil

    .th complaints or ruined printers or whatever. i made this program for myself - if you use it, configurar simplify3d Archives, you do it totally at your own risk.

    Fang Remix for Ender 3 (Gcode and Cura project)

    Fang Remix for Ender 3 (Gcode and Cura project)

    .igured with tree supports only in required areas. the gcode file should be ready to be printed on any ender 3, but no guarantees.

    Ender 3 Bed Leveling GCode + Test Print by avs3d

    Ender 3 Bed Leveling GCode + Test Print by avs3d

    .o the buildtak configurar simplify3d Archives bed) modifications to test print: reduced test print height (from 10 to 2 layers when using 0.2mm preset) configurar simplify3d Archives alt="gCode Fan Shround for FT Kossel by leghk">

    gCode Fan Shround for FT Kossel by leghk

    .d had the bolt hole block Office 2003 MICROSOFT OFFICE SYSTEM PRO crack serial keygen suppressed in my cad. be sure to rotate the fan end down on the x-y plane in your slicer!

    Arm for auto leveling to reuse Z endstop (with gCode) by clickticnic

    Arm for auto leveling to reuse Z endstop (with gCode) by clickticnic

    .m for auto leveling to reuse z endstop (with gcode) by clickticnic thingiverse auto bed leveling arm adapter for reuse z endstop

    Simple program to scan a gcode file and report the amount of filament that is used to print it. by <a href=Spellarium 7 – Match 3 Puzzle Free Download program to scan a gcode file and report the amount of filament that is used to print it. by randomgee

    .21: added support for multiple extruder gcode files and slic3r estimated time reports. update 6/5/2021: fixed hours calculation.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY GCODE REPRAP MARLIN SPRINTER ETC by ed3203

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY GCODE REPRAP MARLIN SPRINTER ETC by ed3203

    .ly, configurar simplify3d Archives. it makes the z axis motor hum the 'happy birthday' tune, it doesn't move any of the axes significantly. have fun.

    Duet Replicator 2 Test Gcode and Firmware by pulkkinen

    Duet Replicator 2 Test Gcode and Firmware by pulkkinen

    .firmware by pulkkinen thingiverse all you need to get your duet board up and running with test print and simplify 3d profile ffm

    Eagle PCB - HPGL to Gcode Converter - Powershell by mr2clean

    Eagle PCB - HPGL to Gcode Converter - Powershell by mr2clean

    .tention / lift z between movement -retention "1.5" generate circles - hpgl "aa" -generatecircles n/no/hellno!

    Ender 3 Bed Leveling Gcode (3 point y carriage upgrade)

    Ender 3 Bed Leveling Gcode (3 point y carriage upgrade)

    .s scary enough as it is. https://gulfcoast-robotics.com/products/modular-y-carriage-plate-upgrade-creality-ender-3-point-leveling

    supernova in the gcode view pencil holder difficult to print top half. by Zoon1234micron

    supernova in the gcode view pencil holder difficult to print top half. by Zoon1234micron

    . top, i used meshlab filter smoothing/per vertex geometry function x+x(z-heightofbase)/totalheight y+y(z-heightofbase)/totalheith

    Cetus 3D / UP! plus / UP! mini native GCODE CPU by tinyfab2046

    Cetus 3D / UP! plus / UP! mini native GCODE CPU by tinyfab2046

    .rts repetier host, s3d etc this board is compatible with smoothieware from http://smoothieware.org more info http://tinyfab.xyz

    Purple Worm Fewer supports+gcode by Minorshrimp

    Purple Worm Fewer supports+gcode by Minorshrimp

    .plate. supports needed on all but the base. hopefully it makes this great sculpt a little easier to print right out of the zip :)

    Inkscape 3D-printer gcode plugin by JelleBoomstra

    Inkscape 3D-printer gcode plugin by JelleBoomstra

    .r develop this thing, which i don't fully understand yet. here is the link anyway: https://github.com/jelleb/inkscape-unicorn

    Python script to insert gcode commands before a layer by arpruss

    Python script to insert gcode commands before a layer by arpruss

    .to do "@pause message" instead (using the arbitrary gcode option). there is no support for checksums in the gcode file.

    Ender 3 Smart PLA and PETG Temp Tower (gcode included)

    Ender 3 Smart PLA and PETG Temp Tower (gcode included)

    .ed from the stock profile are adding a brim for stability, and increasing bed temp to 80c and reducing fan speed to 80% for petg.

    Ender 3 Dog Support Free with Raft <b>configurar simplify3d Archives</b> gcode) by Gamabouy

    Ender 3 Dog Support Free with Raft (perfect gcode) by Gamabouy

    . for pla, if you want to print for abs, you will have to tune temperature once the print has started and maybe the fan speed too.

    FlashForge Creator Pro Start and End Gcodes by reececache

    FlashForge Creator Pro Start and End Gcodes by reececache

    .ng the amount of extrusion during the prime. or maybe you just forget to disable the purge for the extruder you aren't using.

    Retraction test - premade Gcode ready to print

    Retraction test - premade Gcode ready to print

    .eeded because these are set already, configurar simplify3d Archives. nb: signal to me any problem you facing printing this, configurar simplify3d Archives. or maybe and idea to get test better, configurar simplify3d Archives.

    GCODE escornabot para fablab burgos pla blanco witbox by Elelfo3D

    GCODE escornabot para fablab burgos pla blanco witbox by Elelfo3D

    . de 2.00mm a 40mm/s con levante de cabezal de 0.20mm temperatura de 210º (pla blanco) sin cama caliente, configurar simplify3d Archives. con configuracion de pid

    Super generic temperature test+CR10s gcode by montylpettit

    Super generic temperature test+CR10s gcode by montylpettit

    .plus one for the cr10s already set to the correct temperature changes. temp change is every 66 layers at a .15 mm layer height.

    PCB etchant bed shaking gcode by aarmadale

    PCB etchant bed shaking gcode by aarmadale

    .f you want to change it just change the m140 s40 to m140 s(whatever temp you need) (disregard cube needed model on post to print)

    Plotter GRBL GCODE A3 by Samwbarber

    Plotter GRBL GCODE A3 by Samwbarber

    . rollers grip) -linear rails 8mm -lm8uu bearing x2 -power supply -arduino + cnc shield -aviation connectors -50mm steel u channel

    Ender 3 Temp Tower with GCODE by Haxsaw1967

    Ender 3 Temp Tower with GCODE by Haxsaw1967

    .ther two positions. i have created a smaller nck dongle android mtk download Archives to fit the right-front corner and the back-center, configurar simplify3d Archives. a m3.50 nut is required.

    DXF and GCode- generator for involute gears by bkubicek

    DXF and GCode- generator for involute gears by bkubicek

    .lso, it is recommended that the clearance specified via -c is larger then the tool radius, so there is no friction in the groves.

    Alien Xenomorph Remix (GCODE Scale 170% for Ender 3) by MatMartigan

    Alien Xenomorph Remix (GCODE Scale 170% for Ender 3) by MatMartigan

    .xvz4wcuywlidagumdm/view?usp=sharing model : https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-alien-xenomorph-full-figure-25-cm-82660

    Gmixer for Cura: A program mixes gcode files with different layer settings by jian

    Gmixer for Cura: A program mixes gcode files with different layer settings by jian

    .etc); step 2. edit configuration file; step 3. generate mixed gcode file. please read gmixeruserguide.pdf for more details.

    Mingda D2 Cura Profile (PLA) + Printer Settings + StartEnd Gcode by fabiofilippini

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  • Save the file and import the profile back into Simplify 3D by navigating to File-> Import FFF Profile.
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    5. In the Texture section, click on Load and import the Artillery Genius Bed Logo.png file.
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    Before reading this article, you should have already read Installing Marlin and downloaded the Marlin source code. If you haven’t done these steps yet, take one step back, then follow the link back to this page to continue the process.

    This page describes the process of installing Marlin 2.x onto the Re-Arm (LPC1768-based) board.

    While this procedure specifically targets the Re-Arm board, it can apply to any Marlin HAL-compatible controller with an onboard bootable SD card. (Notes for “other boards” are included where needed.) These instructions are OS-agnostic. The term “File Browser” refers to both the macOS Finder and Windows Explorer.

    To increase your chances of success, start out with the default Marlin configuration files. Except as directed, don’t modify or until you’ve achieved a successful build, upload, and test using the base configuration.

    Before you begin

    DO NOT attach your RAMPS Board yet! If the RAMPS is currently installed on the Re-Arm board, we recommend you remove it before proceeding. Once you’ve validated the installation and made sure everything works then the RAMPS can be attached for the main event!

    Format an SD Card for Re-Arm

    Follow this procedure exactly! An improperly-formatted card may seem to be working but the board will not be able to write the required file. This can (and does) cause a lot of frustration.

    On LPC1768/1769-based boards the onboard SD card is used to store the board’s operating system (in this case, Marlin Firmware) and data. It will also be used by default to store gcode files. Some boards also have the option of using an SD card connected to an LCD screen for gcode storage, however the onboard SD card will still be required for firmware storage.

    Important: If your SD card is larger than 32GB, it must be partitioned so that the first partion is no larger than 32GB. The other partitions don’t matter. Please refer to your system’s tools or do a web search for “partition SD card.”

    1. Format a 32GB SD card as FAT32 and name it “”.

    2. Insert the card into the Re-Arm’s onboard SD card slot.

    3. Locate the red jumper on the Re-Arm board next to the reset switch. Move the jumper to the ‘USB’ (right) position so the board will be powered from the USB port.

    4. Connect the board to the computer using a USB cable.

    If all is well an SD card volume named “” will appear on your Desktop (and/or the file browser).

    If you’ve given the card a different name or if it uses a different system, you will need to know the exact logical path to the drive. Don’t worry about this for now. It will be described in the Build Marlin section below.

    Install PlatformIO

    See Installing Marlin (PlatformIO)

    This method is recommended because it is relatively easy and closely parallels this document.

    Download Marlin 2.0

    1. Download Marlin 2.0 which includes support for ARM-based boards.

    2. Move the file to your “Documents” folder (or wherever you prefer) and expand the ZIP archive as you usually do.

    3. Rename the folder to “” so we’re all on the same page here.

    Pro Tip: If you’re using GitHub Desktop to manage your own Marlin fork, simply select the branch to check it out.

    Open Marlin in PlatformIO IDE

    1. At this point you may already have the project editor running. If not, go ahead and launch Atom.

    2. The “PlatformIO Home” page should appear. If not, click on the Home icon located in the top-left corner.

    3. Click the “Open Project” button under “Quick Access.”

    4. In the file dialog, navigate to the folder you created earlier, highlight it, and click the “Open” button. The project folder and its contents should appear in the Project navigator on the left side.

    1. Close the Platform IO Home (or PIO Home) tab.

    2. From the project pane on the left, locate the folder and click on it to disclose its contents. Click on to open it in a new tab.

    3. Find the setting and change it to the following for Re-ARM:

    4. Find the setting and change it to the following for Re-ARM

    5. Save the file.

    The “EFB” acronym in the board name refers to Extruder, Fan, and Bed. This defines the order that these components should be connected to the , , and power outputs on the board. (EFB is the most common layout.)

    For other boards…

    1. Open the boards.h file. In Marlin 2 this file is located in Marlin > src > core.

    2. Scan the file or use Find to locate the identifier for your board. (e.g., )

    3. Open and set MOTHERBOARD to the name of your board.

    4. Save .

    Auto-Build (Recommended)

    See Installing Marlin (PlatformIO)

    Manual Build

    1. Click on PIO Build in the bottom left to bring up the dialog.

    2. Scroll down and select “PIO Build (LPC1768)”. (You can also type out “LPC17…”, use the arrow keys, and press return.)

    3. The build window will open and Marlin will be compiled. (This may take a minute or two.) If the build is successful, the window will close and the file will be saved in the folder.

    For other boards…

    Do the same as above, but select the “PIO Build” option for your board.

    Methods 1 and 2 below will produce a file in the folder and copy it to the SD card on the Re-Arm board.

    If isn’t installed on the SD card, try again or use Method 3 to manually copy to the SD card.

    1. Auto-Upload (Recommended)

    See Installing Marlin (PlatformIO)

    2. Manual Upload

    1. Click on PIO Build in the bottom left to bring up the dialog.

    2. Scroll down and select “PIO Upload (LPC1768)”. (You can also type out “LPC17…”, use the arrow keys, and press return.)

    3. Wait while Marlin is compiled and uploaded. (This may take a few minutes.)

    3. Copy firmware.bin

    If there is a properly formatted SD card in your Re-Arm board and the board is powered on, you should see it on the desktop and in the file browser. You don’t need to remove the card from the Re-Arm and insert it into your computer, although that works too.

    Note that this method requires accessing a hidden directory containing the file. Both Windows Explorer and the macOS Finder have a “Go to folder…” command that can be used to open hidden folders, and that’s how we’ll do this part.

    1. Using Windows Explorer or macOS Finder, navigate to your folder. All the visible files and folders, such as and will be shown.
      • For Windows use Ctrl-D to select the address bar and add to the end of the path. Press Return to open the hidden folder.
      • On macOS select Go to Folder… from the Go menu. Type and press Return to open the hidden folder.
    2. Open the folder.

    3. Copy the file to the “” SD card.
    1. Push the reset button on the Re-Arm board to register your new build.

    2. Wait until the SD card named “” reappears on your desktop and use the file browser to open the card and verify that the file was created.

    If you don’t see this file, you’ll need to do a hard reset by unplugging the USB cable, counting to 10, and plugging the USB cable back in.

    If you see the file but still have issues, simply delete the file, empty the Recycle Bin (or Trash) and power-cycle the controller.

    Test the install

    You should now be able to communicate with Marlin and send commands using your favorite host software such as Simplify3D, OctoPrint, Pronterface, Repetier Host, or the Arduino serial monitor.

    Tip: When doing consecutive builds, it’s always good practice to check the date and time of the files to make sure the Re-Arm processed them.

    For the first test build you should have used the default and files. Now it’s time to test your own configurations.

    We strongly suggest rebuilding your configs using one of the included example configs located in the Marlin/src/config/examples folder as a starting-point by first copying the appropriate files into the folder. For much of this process, you can use the File Compare feature of Atom or VSCode. Note that this won’t help with any renamed or moved items.

    All of Re-Arm’s logic pins are 3.3V, but all pins (except analog!) are 5V tolerant, so there’s no reason to worry about voltage-divided induction sensor signal voltages or other 5V devices you may be using.

    1. Connect using your host terminal to check that the board is working. Start by sending an to get a report of the endstops, and try followed by to initialize the emulated EEPROM data.

    2. Unplug the USB cable from the board.

    3. Locate the red jumper on the Re-Arm board, next to the reset switch. Move the jumper to the ‘INT’ (left) position so the board will be powered by the internal power.

    4. Assemble your RAMPS sandwich.

    5. Plug in USB.

    6. Connect a power source (12V to 24V). (The Re-Arm can be powered from 10V to 30V without any need to cut the diode or use a separate power supply. In our testing a RAMPS has been running at 24V for 2 months without issue.)

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    Good day everyone,

    Little bit of an introduction and background:

    My name is Dave and I am from Bristol in the UK. Late last year I took the plunge and after much research and question asking I bought myself a 3D printer. The printer I opted for was the Lulzbot TAZ5. This printer is a product of Aleph Objects Inc which are based in Colorado USA - I point out now I have no connection with the company at all other than buying one of their printers. I have found the printer to be excellent, very reliable and a joy to use. As important as the printer the customer support from Lulzbot has been amazing, no in fact exceptional !

    For anyone interested here is a little video I made going through the printer unboxing and set up:

    I have been using the printer to print all sorts of things from artistic sculptures to brackets for bikes. A while ago I came across the open source Ciclop 3D scanner project and thought I had to build the design.

    The Ciclop 3D scanner is an open source project that anyone who wants to invest some time can build. So all the designs for the component parts, the hardware, the software and the firmware are available on-line. Therefore, this instructable is not my design but instead a description of how I went about building the Ciclop scanner. I have made some small modifications here and there to the printable parts to better suit my particular 3D printer. These modifications are specifically to the support structures required to print overhangs.

    Most of this instructable consists of lots of photographs, screen shots and some video showing the progress I made building the Ciclop and hopefully will help anyone else who may want to have a crack at building one.

    Step 1: Ciclop 3D Scanner - the Basics

    The Ciclop 3D scanner allows any object of a suitable size to be scanned in thee dimensions ultimately resulting in a model that after post processing can be edited, manipulated and reproduced using a 3D printer.

    The object of choice is placed on a rotating platform. As the object is rotated two line lasers illuminate the object from two different angles. A camera then scans the illuminated object at each rotational position. The data from the camera is then used to build a 3D point cloud of the object.

    The Ciclop scanner is constructed from the following basic building blocks:

    - A series of plastic components which can be produced using a domestic 3D printer

    - A series of threaded connecting rods which hold the plastic parts in position

    - A microprocessor control system & firmware used to locally control the platform motor & lasers

    - A good quality camera used to capture the lined scanned data

    - A PC based software application used to perform calibration, invoke/control scanning and assemble the result

    Over the following instructable steps I will go through the above basic component parts in order to share my experience of the build.

    Step 2: The Ciclop Plastic Component Parts (Lulzbot TAZ5 Printed Using HIPS)

    Shown above are most of the Ciclop plastic component parts, all these components were printed on my TAZ5 3D printer using red HIPS 3mm printing filament, an extruder temperature of 240C and a print bed temperature of 110C.

    The models for the components were downloaded from thingiverse:

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:740357

    Here is the pattern and pattern holder:

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1054078

    I personally found that the support material used on the camera holder and motor holder did not print particularly well or provide adequate support. I subsequently imported the designs into Meshmixer and removed the support. I then imported the support free models into Simplify3D and added my own custom support structures. Unfortunately, it is not possible to output the models including the support structures from Simplify3D in an STL or OBJ format. The models including support can be exported from Simplify3D but only using the tool's own factory file format. So the upshot is I can only share the models including support with other Simplify3D users or provide the ready to print Gcode. The Gcode option may be ok if you are using a TAZ5 3D printer but may not print as well on other brands of printer.

    There are links to other aspects of the project on the thingiverse link. However, I did find more useful links to the required project parts which will be detailed in subsequent steps.

    The following steps simply show photographs of the results of my printing and the Ciclop mechanics assembled.

    Step 3: Ciclop Framework Excluding the Motor and Platform

    Step 4: Camera Holder Base

    Step 5: Motor Holder Base

    Step 6: Camera Holder With Camera

    Step 7: Platform Holder Including the Bearing & Clips

    Step 8: Platform Holder, Bearing & Clips, Calibration Card Holder and Shaft Coupling

    Step 9: Laser Holder

    Step 10: Motor Mounted Into Motor Holder Top/bottom

    Step 11: Bearing Mounted in Holder and Bolted to the Platform

    Step 12: On-board Motor & Laser Control System

    The on-board motor and laser control systems is based around an Arduino UNO ATmega328P control board. I don't generally use the Arduino system for my other microprocessor based projects preferring to build bis-spoke based control systems around a PIC microprocessor best suited to the application. However, the Ciclop project is not my design and so I ventured into the world of Arduino.

    Although I was going to spend money on the Ciclop project I was prepared to cut a few corners and get the price down a bit. To this end I first decided to buy a cheap Arduino clone board from Ebay for the unbelievable price of £3.99 delivered. The Arduino control board is the blue board pictured at the head of this step. The board is based around the ATmega328P microprocessor. The board has a simple linear power supply, a clock source for the micro, a reset button and a few leds. The idea behind the Arduino system is that you take you basic control board and then plug what is termed a shield on top. The shield is an application specific hardware board that acts as an interface between the microprocessor and whatever it is you want to control. This is a simple but very powerful system. The basic control board is generic and mass produced at very low cost. It is then left to the community of developers and anyone else for that matter to go on to produce a staggering range of shields to perform just about any task you care to think of. For example last year I built a quadcopter using a flight control system that is essentially an Arduino platform with an integrated flight control shield. Mounted on my quadcopter I have a two axis stabilized camera gimbal - again an Arduino core with an application specific integrated shield. For the quadcopter it made more sense for the shields to be integrated. However, for the Ciclop the shield is a more traditional piggy back interface board. The Ciclop shield provides the hardware interface control for the bipolar stepper motor and also for the line laser control. In the case of the Ciclop shield the integration is taken one step further and a stand alone bipolar stepper motor driver module is used as these modules are used extensively in the 3D printer and home CNC market and are very inexpensive.

    In order to save money I chose to buy my Arduino Ciclop shield as a kit.

    The Arduino shield kit I purchased from eBay here :

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252442375077?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    Support from this supplier was VERY good and the kit is sourced from the UK.

    Step 13: Downloading the Firmware to the Arduino Platform

    In this step we will go over the process of downloading or programming the Arduino platform with the firmware.

    Firmware in this context is essentially the code that runs on the Arduino ATmega328P microprocessor. The board is supplied already programmed up with the bootloader so all that is necessary is to use the Arduino Integrated Design Environment or IDE to program the board with the Ciclop firmware.

    The process is as follows :

    - Install the Arduino IDE after downloading from the internet

    https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

    - Download the latest version of the firmware, you need the horus-fw.ino sketch file
    https://github.com/bqlabs/horus-fw

    - Download & install the CH340G driver if you have a clone version of the Arduino board. I will elaborate slightly on this point. Authentic (non clone) Arduino control boards are fitted exclusively (as far as I am aware) with FTDI USB to serial interface devices and therefore require the appropriate FTDI software driver. However, for various reasons outside the scope of this instructable most of the clone boards are now fitted with a different type of interface device that requires a different driver (CH340G). In my experience once this driver is installed the board appears as a COM port and everything else operates as expected.
    http://www.arduined.eu/ch340g-converter-windows-7-driver-download/

    - Connect the IDE to the board via the appropriate COM port (look in the Windows device driver list to determine the correct COM port) (see screen shot)

    - Select the board type (see screen shot)

    - Select the programmer (see screen shot)

    - Load the firmware sketch (see screen shot)

    - Upload the sketch to the board

    One thing that is worth trying if you are new to all this Arduino business is to up load an example sketch first just to give you the confidence that everything is working correctly. Under the IDE file menu there are a bunch of example sketches - one of which is simply called blink. This sketch once uploaded just flashes an LED on the Arduino UNO board. So you don't need the Ciclop shield fitted at this stage just upload blink and sanity check that the board LED is flashing. Once happy you can go onto load up the Ciclop sketch and program the board. The entire programming process for the Ciclop firmware takes just a few seconds.

    Step 14: The Camera Connection and Driver

    The camera used is a Logitech C270 HD webcam, sourced from eBay. Once you have your camera you need to install the camera driver.

    I downloaded the driver from here :

    http://support.logitech.com/en_ca/product/hd-webcam-c270

    The camera simply slots snuggly into the top of the camera holder. The USB cable runs down through the camera holder and out of the base.

    Step 15: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the COM Port

    Note the COM port in MY case was COM12. However, for you it may (probably will be) different. Under the Windows control panel open the device manager and check which COM port has been allocated.

    Step 16: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the Board Type

    Step 17: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the Programmer Type

    Step 18: Using the Arduino IDE to Select the Sketch (Ciclop Firmware)

    Once the firmware has been successfully programmed you can plug the laser/motor control shield onto the Arduino board - the controller is now ready for integration into the Ciclop scanner.

    Step 19: Arduino UNO and Laser/motor Control Sheild Fitted Together

    This series of images show the Arduino UNO control board and the laser/motor control board fitted together.

    This is a good point to issue a word of WARNING as there is a possible issue with the shield / Arduino combination if you do not take the advice of the shield supplier. In the eBay description of the shield it quite clearly states that ideally the Arduino UNO board used should be fitted with a mini USB connector. This is because an UNO board fitted with the larger type USB connector will foul the 12V power connector fitted to the shield - you can see this issue in the photographs. I did not heed the advice given and as a result had to file the solder profile down under the power connector and used a double layer of Kapton tape to prevent a short.

    For a more suitable Arduino UNO board I would search for "Arduino UNO mini USB" on eBay.

    The shield worked perfectly first time and is by far the best value for money currently available - and you get to build it which adds to the fun !

    Step 20: The Motor Connection

    I think it is worth just going over the motor connection to the laser/motor control shield. I bought my motor from eBay and it was supplied with a header connection on the side and a plug with about 1m of cable - very nice. However, it may not be obvious how the four connections of the motor connect to the motor controller. I do quite a bit of work with stepper motors and it never ceases to amaze me how much misinformation there is on the internet regarding their connections. There are two main types of stepper motor Unipolar and Bipolar - this particular motor is a Bipolar type with four wires. Essentially inside the motor are two coils with two wires connected to each coil - hence a four wire interface.

    The laser/motor control shield has a four pin header labelled 2B 2A 1A 1B

    Pins 1A & 1B connect to one of the motor coils and 2A & 2B connect to the second motor coil.

    Looking at the attached image for the particular motor I have the connections are as follows :

    1A - Black

    1B - Green

    2A - Red

    2B - Blue

    This connection ensures the motor runs correctly and also rotates in the correct direction.

    The motor I used is a Nema 17 type labelled : JK42HS40-1704-13A

    Step 21: The Lasers

    The lasers used in the project were 5mW focusable line lasers, again sourced from eBay. Each laser has a rotatable diffraction lens mounted on the front which projects a laser line and by rotating allows the laser line to be focused.

    The laser holder plastic parts as printed were obviously intended for a laser with a smaller diameter body and so my lasers didn't fit. I could have imported the laser holder model and modified it and then re-printed ..... it was late by that stage so I just drilled out the plastic to 12mm and popped the lasers inside.

    I extended the fly leads to each laser with spare red/black wire that was left over after cutting the motor lead to length. All leads were soldered and then made secure with a heat shrinkable covering.

    The two lasers connect to the laser/motor control shield as follows :

    Left laser connection port 1

    Right laser connection port 2

    The red lead connects to the inner most pin closest to the motor controller, the black lead connects to the outer most pin closest to the board edge.

    Here is a link to the lasers I used:

    http://www.seeedstudio.com/document/HLM1230.pdf

    Step 22: Mechanical Construction

    The mechanical construction of the scanner is reasonably obvious. However, there is an excellent video available showing everything in detail :

    Step 23: Horus Application Software and Documentation

    The PC/Linux Horus application software can be found here :

    http://horus.readthedocs.io/en/release-0.2/

    I didn't see much point in explaining the software operation in detail when all the documentation has already been done so well.

    In order to get good results I would suggest reading all the documentation rather than just diving in. There is not that much to read and after ten minutes you will be better equipt to get a good result.

    Step 24: Finished Ciclop Scanner Quick Video Look Around

    This video is just a quick look over the finished scanner prior to performing calibration.

    Step 25: Ciclop Scanner Calibration Workbench

    After reading the documentation I decided to use the set up wizard and simply follow the steps. Once the calibration grid has been put into the platform the first thing.

    This video shows the calibration sequence if not using the wizard.

    Step 26: Ciclop Scanner Scanning Workbench

    This video shows the scanning operation.

    Step 27: Post Processing the Results in Meshlab

    Once you have successfully scanned an object what you have is called a point cloud. This point cloud is not something you can just load up and 3D print. As the name suggests it is simply a cloud of scanned point and not a printable closed 3D mesh.

    I am sure there are lots of ways and tools to turn the point cloud into a 3D closed printable mesh but my tool of choice is Meshlab which is free, open source and truly excellent :

    http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/

    I would not admit to using or fully understanding every aspect of Meshlab and it can be quite daunting when you first start using it. I use the bits I need and try and understand as much as possible.

    So I thought I would include a step at the end of this instructable showing how I use MeshLab to convert the point cloud obtained from the scanner into a solid printable mesh and also transfer colour texture information from the scanned point cloud onto the mesh. Transferring the colour maybe not be that useful if you are going to 3D print the scanned object but you might want to use the scan for some other purpose where colour from the original point cloud scan would be nice to have.

    I have uploaded the results of the scan and post processing to my web space, feel free to download and have a look.

    Download : www.dt-space.co.uk/can_scan.zip

    The ZIP file contains three files:

    The point cloud scan obtained directly from the Ciclop : can_scan.ply

    The mesh created from the point cloud : can_scan_mesh.stl

    The mesh plus colour created from the point cloud : can_scan_mesh.ply

    Step 28: Ciclop 3D Scanner Project - Conclusion

    This has been a great deal of fun to build and I think I have learn some new things which is the whole point. It is a good project as it covers many different areas - 3D printing, electronics, mechanics, optics, software, firmware, microprocessor control, 3D image manipulation and post processing.

    I am not sure how much I will use the scanner and for what purpose but that is not the point. The point is to buy cool stuff, put it all together in order to learn new things and gain a few more skills.

    Please point out any inaccuracies or errors, I will correct. Also please fire away with any comments or input as I would be very keen to hear what people think.

    Remember ....... build and have fun !

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