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    "Prused" CubePro anyone?

    Anyone willing to "prusa-ize" the Cubepro?

    My plan:

    - strip to the bone a cubepro
    - fit a heated bed (size tbd, either the actual prusa mk bed or bigger, but given it features a nice autoleveling, prusa is the winner so far)
    - obviously adapt the mk3s prusa extruder to the cubepro
    - swap electronics to adapt the prusa RAMBo board and GO!

    Objective: get a nice cabinetted PrusaCube to print ABS enclosed

    Future plans:

    - Controllable internal fan to monitor inside temp so it does not get too hot

    Anyone feeling adventurous?

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    Im waiting for Bigtreetech skr v1.3 smoothieboard 32bit tft35 v2.0 whit Drv8825. Im going only change the board and try to configure.
    After that going to remove BLtouch from my Tevo and put on CubeMarlinPro

    The the rest i will use Extruder everything, because i contact a metalworker and he makes me a copy from the all Extruder and now fit the the E3D V6 heatbreak and noozle.





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    Quote Originally Posted by SixNix View Post
    Im waiting for Bigtreetech skr v1.3 smoothieboard 32bit tft35 v2.0 whit Drv8825. Im going only change the board and try to configure.
    After that going to remove BLtouch from my Tevo and put on CubeMarlinPro

    The the rest i will use Extruder everything, because i contact a metalworker and he makes me a copy from the all Extruder and now fit the the E3D V6 heatbreak and noozle.




    why in the earth would you wanna use the DRV8825??
    go with tmc2209 or 2130 so u can use stallguard sensorless homing and make that thing silent...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Anyone willing to "prusa-ize" the Cubepro?

    My plan:

    - strip to the bone a cubepro
    - fit a heated bed (size tbd, either the actual prusa mk bed or bigger, but given it features a nice autoleveling, prusa is the winner so far)
    - obviously adapt the mk3s prusa extruder to the cubepro
    - swap electronics to adapt the prusa RAMBo board and GO!

    Objective: get a nice cabinetted PrusaCube to print ABS enclosed

    Future plans:

    - Controllable internal fan to monitor inside temp so it does not get too hot

    Anyone feeling adventurous?
    if it has a dedicated heater could you controll the inside temp using an thermistor and configure marlin to controll the temp sending signal from e1 to a relay that switches on/off the heater for the temerature needed...

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    https://reprap.org/forum/read.php?415,662527 if you are planning to use prusa extruder... or better (e3d Hemera)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Anyone willing to "prusa-ize" the Cubepro?

    My plan:

    - strip to the bone a cubepro
    - fit a heated bed (size tbd, either the actual prusa mk bed or bigger, but given it features a nice autoleveling, prusa is the winner so far)
    - obviously adapt the mk3s prusa extruder to the cubepro
    - swap electronics to adapt the prusa RAMBo board and GO!

    Objective: get a nice cabinetted PrusaCube to print ABS enclosed

    Future plans:

    - Controllable internal fan to monitor inside temp so it does not get too hot

    Anyone feeling adventurous?
    i would love to do a Pro... more space, more features to be added, nice 200c e3d bed, e3d hemera, duet2 wifi board with paneldue 5inch lcd, the rest is original quality parts....

    thats what i would have done to it...(wouldnt be cheap though)
    -hemera(DD) around 130€
    -bed around 140€
    -duet 160€ +paneldue 5in 100€
    bit of small parts and cabling...
    estimate cost cca. 550-600€ plus printer

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    If someone is willing to send me his cube Pro and Upgrade parts i could rebuild it for you, only downside is the waiting time(sadly have a Day Job too)

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    Here the duet solution for the heated chamber
    https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Conne...chamber_heater

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    That's a huge offer my friend Someone could just take you up on it. The 120 pounds of freight is somewhat prohibitive though.

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    I know, if someone is able to finance a project Like this in Europe would make more sense

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    I do plan to do a step by step but I guess I miss some knowledge at this point mainly how to affix things that dont match....

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    Bolsoncerrado, ive a fysetc S6 Board coming in...
    3extruders,4thermistor Inputs, 3controllable Fans(6 total) , 12,5,3.3V onboard by 24V input, rgb output 24/12V with 180mhz Chip...
    For cube 3 Overkill but for Pro maybe the way to go...
    Could use that with trio + heated chamber control

    Reasonably priced too at 49,99€ +4,99€ shipping,
    But let me test this one first
    Last edited by razor81; 03-29-2020 at 04:19 PM.

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    Reminds me of the RUMBA board, for half the price..

    Im curious on the outcome on this one....

 

 

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