1515 is one of the most common extrusions, your having trouble finding it?Ah, interesting - I was hoping you'd say railcore. I've got all the parts except that unobtainable 1515 extrusion for it. You might want to eyeball up it's Z though, it's way better than the cantilevered designs.
Did you play with the mmu2 at all? Keep hearing it's not quite there yet. Kinda like the new pallet, still not there yet... I've got dual e3d hotends on one printer just for pva supports, rarely use it now though. Really wouldn't mind if one of these multi material systems worked right
The HyperCube Evolution (big brother of the original HyperCube) does need a 3D printer to print all the giblets. I've seen kits for the extrusions but I haven't looked for a printed parts kit. ...if you want to build a printer and you don't have a local friend with a printer, I'd bet a dozen or so HBA'ers would split the print list up and knock out a printed parts kit for you really quick.Fritz, you mentioned your "... Evolution" 3D printer in the other thread, and I followed the link provided. That gets me to a ... page with... what, an inventory list and 3D printer files for some of the parts? I take it you need access to a 3D printer to obtain one of these 3D printers? And I missed the assembly and setup manual, if there is one.
For a newbie (RAW newbie), can you provide a little trailblazing into this very different world?
Found this stuff works pretty well: https://www.amazon.com/Smooth-XTC-3D-Performance-Print-Coating/dp/B00PFXK4JY/Saw another about making a core for a cast hammer ...the layers had to be sanded and coated or else probably would not have released from the sand because the surface finish was so rough