오픈 소스 자체 복제 래피드 프로토타이저( RepRap) 의 기술적 진보) 커뮤니티는 폴리머 기반 재료를 사용하여 분산형 적층 제조를 빠르게 확장할 수 있게 했습니다. 그러나 공개 소스 금속 대안의 부족과 독점 상용화 금속 3D 프린터의 높은 자본 비용 및 느린 처리량으로 인해 배포가 심각하게 제한되었습니다. 상용화된 금속 3D 프린터의 적용은 쾌속 조형과 고가의 완제품에 국한되어 있다. 이것은 중소기업, 개발 도상국 및 실험실에서 사용하기 위한 기술의 접근을 심각하게 제한합니다. 이 백서는 $2000 미만의 오픈 소스 금속 3D 프린터 개발에 대해 보고합니다. 금속 3D 프린터는 오픈 소스 마이크로 컨트롤러로 제어되며 저가의 상용 가스 금속 MIG 용접기와 델타봇 RepRap인 Rostock의 파생 제품을 결합한 것입니다. BOM, 전기 및 기계 설계 도식, 기본 구성 및 운영 절차가 제공됩니다. 3D프린터의 특성과 그 결과물인 철강 제품에 대한 예비 기술 분석을 수행합니다. 맞춤형 기능성 금속 부품을 인쇄한 결과에 대해 논의하고 기술의 잠재력과 이 기술의 대량 보급에 필요한 향후 작업에 대한 결론을 도출합니다.
최신 MOST 금속 RepRap 3D 프린터는 다음을 참조하십시오.
새로운 소프트웨어: 오픈 소스 GMAW 기반 금속 3D 프린팅을 위한 슬라이서 및 공정 개선
|이 페이지는 RepRap 3D 프린팅을 사용하여 지속 가능한 개발을 위해 OSAT를 만드는 국제 프로젝트의 일부입니다 . 자세히 알아 보기|
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Bill of Materials
|인쇄된 12개 부품 모두 @ $40/kg||$12.00||로컬 렙랩|
|M3x8mm 고정 나사||6|
|152mm x 152mm 세라믹 단열재||1||$ 4.00|
|로드, 베어링 및 동점||http://www.amazon.com/|
|300mm x 8mm 매끄러운 막대||6||$25.00|
|304.8mm 탄소 섬유 막대||6||$6.00|
|작은 와이어 타이||3||$0.50|
|타이로드 엔드||24||$ 8.00|
|600mm T5 벨트||3||$ 5.90||http://www.polytechdesign.com/|
|241mm x 51mm x 4mm 알루미늄 판||3||$114.00||지역 기계 공장|
|NEMA17 스테퍼 모터(1.8도, 5.5kg-cm 홀딩 토크, 750mm 와이어)||3||$39.00||http://www.kysanelectronics.com/|
|기계식 리미트 스위치||3||$3.33||http://www.digikey.com/|
|Melzi 마이크로컨트롤러 보드||1||$120.00||http://web.archive.org/web/20160304170259/http://matterfy.com/|
|Millermatic 140 카트가 있는 자동 설정 MIG 용접기||1||$836.00||http://www.millerwelds.com/|
Print these STL files on any flavor of RepRap. The red parts in the image on the right are the printed parts. The SCAD if you need it.
- 3X File:End motor.stl
- 3X File:End idler.stl
- 3X File:Belt terminators.stl
- 3X File:MOST 12 tooth pulley.stl
- File:Bed adapter.stl
Note to Makers
If you have made a RepRap before this will be easy -- if you are not familiar with RepRaps or Deltabots like the Rostock - more detailed build instructions are available at the MOST Prusa RepRap build page and the Delta Build Overview:MOST. Those links will give details on how, for example, you can braid the wires or configure the Melzi/Arduino microcontroller.This concept, however, is not limited to this specific design and should of course work for most RepRap printers -- you just need the fire proofing and your own welder...good luck! If you get it to work - please drop us a line.
- Prepare all the materials listed in BOM
- Print all plastic components on a RepRap
- Ream the M3 screw holes in each plastic part and clean out nut traps with a sharp knife, make it fit for all M3 screws and nuts
Single pillar build
- Attach the motor and the base plastic with M3 X 10mm screws with washers. Insert two M3 nuts into the set screw nut traps in the pulley, loosely insert two M3 X 8mm set screws into the pulley. Push the pulley through the motor rods and fasten all screws.
- Attach the limit switch to its holder on the base plastic using M2 X 10mm screws. Add some epoxy to make sure the switch doesn't move. Ensure that the screw in the carriage engages the switch arm. Adjust this screw to set the position where the carriage engages the limit switch.
- Use drill or knife to clean the rod openings, insert 2 parallel 300mm smooth rods into the holes in base plastic, use M3 X 12mm screw with washers to fasten all the rod to immobilize the both rods.
- Emerge the LM8UU bearings into oil for lubrication, insert 2 LM8UU bearings into the slots in the plastic shuttle, and firmly tighten each bearing with two small wire ties. Slide the LM8UU bearings with the plastic shuttles onto each rods.
- Fasten the top end of the parallel rods into the top plastics with M3 X 12mm screws with washers. Use the M8 set screw and M8 nut to fix two 608zz bearings into the center holes in the top plastic.
- Pass one end of the T5 belt through and around one belt terminator and pull the tail of the belt through other terminator. Loop the end of the belt around the pulley. Loop the other end of the belt around the 608zz bearings. Attach one terminator to the plastic shuttle with LM8UU bearings with an M3 X 10mm screw with washer. Firmly fasten the terminators with a small wire tie.
This ends the single pillar build. 3 pillars should be built in parallel. 241mm X 51mm aluminum plates are attached to both bottom and top plastics to make the frame a triangular prism shape.
- Epoxy the tie wire ends to carbon fiber rods in both ends. M3 X 12mm screw and nut set is used to fasten the tie wire ends to the plastic shuttles. The other end is fastened to the plastic stage holder.
- Ensure the M3 screws are loosely thread through the hole in the tie wire ends so that it allows each carbon fiber arm to shift in all direction freely.
- 3 5cm long nails are thread into the plastic platform holder for supporting the 152mm X 152mm ceramic tray.
- For the wiring diagram see Fig. 2
- Step motors and limit switches are wired to corresponding terminals on the microcontroller board, which is connected to Linux computer with a USB cable.
- The board is powered with a recycled computer power supply.
- To control the welder we use one of these relays attached to the RAMPS auxiliary i/o and power pins. Changing the state of the pins to which the board is attached changes the state of the relay assigned to the activated pin. The relay contacts are then wired in parallel with the trigger switch in the handle of the welding gun. Toggling the handle trigger or the relay will toggle the welder. This way the welder can still be used as it normally would when not attached to the printer...
- Safety equipment is based off of standard MIG welding safety protocols
- Use your metal 3D printer on a flat surface isolated from water and flammable materials.
- Verify that you have proper grounding with a metal on metal connection to your substrate.
- Ensure your gas cylinder is secured to an upright support or cart at all times and only use gas hoses designed for welding.
- Eliminate clutter from the work area as you will be raining sparks everywhere. Minimize the number of cables underfoot to avoid tripping.
- Examine hoses regularly for leaks, wear and loose connections and replace faulty lines. Spray with a soap and water mixture. Bubbles will show leaks.
- Ensure proper ventilation of work area. Welding fumes are hazardous. In a home garage leave a door or window open and run a box fan as an exhaust to remove fumes from your breathing area. We have also used masks.
- Wear safety glasses at all times while in the lab.
- When printing and/looking at the printer while printing wear a welders mask/welding helmet (auto-darkening or flip-shade with current ANSI certification) or look at it using a webcam. Do not watch the printer with unprotected eyes!
- Use pliers to pick up the substrate after printing or thick leather gloves
- Always wear flame-resistant lab coat and heavy duty leather gloves when handling the printed parts
- Wear leather shoes - high-tops (steel-toes are a bonus).
Metal 3D printing exposes you to welding for longer periods of time than is normal for routine welding. You should ensure that all of your skin is covered by something to avoid "sun burns".
The stage is controlled like a regular RepRap Delta 3-D printer. For a primer on the nomenclature try this. Download Repetier firmware and host software, use Arduino to upload the firmware to the stage, and set up Cura on the host. This will work on any type of computer but we recommend the free and open source Debian.Models can be created and modified with any 3-D editor, such as OpenSCAD, Blender or a CAD application like FreeCAD (for a more detailed list of free open source CAD programs go here. The model should be exported as an STL file. That is loaded into Cura and sliced to a toolpath. It may take a few tries to get all the settings right. The GCode is saved to disk and opened with Repetier Host, which sends it to the stage. When the platform reaches the welding gun, switch on the welder by plugging in cable leading to the switch (which is to be held pressed with a wire tie).While the print is going, pay attention to the distance between the gun and the object. This should start out at approximately 7 mm and remain the same. If it increases, either decrease the layer height, or slow down the movement (this can be done during the print with Repetier Host). If it decreases, do the opposite.
While the whole setup is still highly experimental, some parts are more experimental than others. Some features are listed here that are being tested with various levels of success.Cura will attempt to adjust the "line width" of the deposited filament by changing its feedrate. Currently the welder does not support any such adjustment, so some parts get more material than they should, while others get less. To solve this, a plugin for Cura was developed which converts these feedrate changes into nozzle speed changes. The plugin can be found with the scad file on github.This plugin also supports adding in custom commands when travel ends or starts. This can be used to activate a relay for switching the welder power.
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- Substrate Release Mechanisms for Gas Metal Arc Weld 3D Aluminum Metal Printing - how to get your print off the substrate with a hammer
- Low-cost Open-Source Voltage and Current Monitor for Gas Metal Arc Weld 3-D Printing
- Particle Swarm Optimization of Printing Parameters for Open-Source TIG-Based Metal 3D Printing
- Hypoeutectic Aluminum–Silicon Alloy Development for GMAW-Based 3-D Printing Using Wedge Castings
- Open-source Lab
- Open source 3-D printing of OSAT
- Life-cycle economic analysis of distributed manufacturing with open-source 3-D printers
- Environmental impacts of distributed manufacturing from 3-D printing of polymer components and products
- Building research equipment with free, open-source hardware
- Delft University of Technology - MIG+ Prusa I3
- Weld 3D - 1st commercial spin off
- see literature on "wire arc additive manufacturing" (WAAM)
- Mini Metal Maker- 3D printer designed specifically for metal clay which is then fired - $25 build instructions so quasi open source
- Código abierto Impresora 3-D para Metales
- Applications of Open Source GMAW-Based Metal 3-D Printing
- MOST open-source metal 3-D printer v2
- 3D Metal Printing Slicer Plugin
- In Situ Formation of Substrate Release Mechanisms for Gas Metal Arc Weld Metal 3-D Printing
- Low-cost Open-Source Voltage and Current Monitor for Gas Metal Arc Weld 3-D Printing
- Integrated Voltage—Current Monitoring and Control of Gas Metal Arc Weld Magnetic Ball-Jointed Open Source 3-D Printer
- Aluminum substrate cleaning for 3-D printing:MOST
- Using an inverse delta to wax print for metal casting
- RepRap Forum Discussion
- Thingiverse Discussion
- Reddit Discussion
- Hack-a-day discussion
- Rastall G+ discussion
- The Register discussion
- Slashdot discussion
- Google groups on 3d printer tips, tricks and reviews
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- Loose screw? 3-D printer may soon forge you a new one - NBC News
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