My Lulzboth Taz 3.1 Experience.

 
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Why I bought my TAZ 3.1 3D Printer different review.

Yes, it has a big print area.
Has a very active Community of users.
Has very good support and sales departments.
But it is just not standing still with updates to the TAZ. But developing new
hot ends for filaments. 3D scanner development.

And wants to be one of the top 10 3D printers in the world.
Large choice of filaments to choose from.

You can buy parts for your TAZ too, small or larger nozzels.

I am happy with my TAZ, and would purchase another, if I need another one.

To cut down on print times, and faster slicing, I use Simplify3D for software

with my TAZ. Note can be used Makerbot.

I have been only doing 3D prints for the past 8 days, took one day off. I really should be doing TAXES.

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What TAZ looks like.

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Test prints with hair spray vs juice (Actone and ABS mixed) on head glass bed. I only use ABS 3mm filament.

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More 3d prints, made a lego part for son. It was a challenge for it was a ladder for his ship, he made the stl in cad program, and I did the printing. Took 4 tries to get it right. Settings changes in software to print and finally add raft and print perfect.

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j

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That looks AWESOME! Well done. Smile

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just had to make a robot for my robot's. lol


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j

#4

That's really cool JD , did you have to build it? I would really like to have a giant 3d printer but the average sizes are still smaller

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@jstarne1-XLRobots.com it was assembled. Just level bed and so on...
Learning more each day about 3d printing!

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J

#6

It looks huge , i bet it covers most your desk.

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That guy is massive. Nice go @jdebay. Way cool indeed. Looking forward to seeing more of this.

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Here are its stated specs:

Filament size: 3mm
Filament type: ABS, PLA, HIPS, PVA, LayWoo-d3
Machine size: 680mm x 520mm x 515mm
Build volume: 298mm x 275mm x 250mm
Max print speed: 200mm/sec
XY precision: 0.1mm
Minimum layer thickness: 0.075mm
Heated Borosilicate glass bed

Tomorrow make some Lego ladders for my son.

J

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XRobots - Iron Man HULKBUSTER Cosplay Part 11, Elbow Motors and Pistons!

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James and Anthony here are my 3d genius...

I made a v3 controller shell from:

www.ez-robot.com/Community/Forum/Thread?threadId=4044

this what got me going on 3d printing.

j

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first few minutes of printing...




last few minutes of printing.

ez-robot user's designing parts for 3d printing.

others just printing them.

j

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