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New Chopper build
Hello! I've been printing things for a few years now. I started on an Ultimaker 2 that I was soon figuring out how to get it to print.. after discovering the rods in the back were defective. After learning how to install the new ones I was soon doing mods to the print head to convert it to 1.75 from 3.0 and a new feeder. Fast forward a bit and I added a Creality 10-S4 to the production crew and fought with that for about a year until it was printing nicely. Seriously.. how do they expect a bed that size to heat evenly with the heater pad they put on them? 

I've wanted to print a Chopper for awhile now since Rebels came out but other projects have taken precedence for my printer's time. I finally got to a point where I could start him a few months back. I started on the body since that seemed the most logical point to build off of. The files are awesome and print out nicely. Now that I have all the parts for that I can start putting it together and move to printing another section. Definitely going to be a long build but it will be so worth it. Smile

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New Chopper build - by lrobar99 - 07-19-2021, 09:31 AM

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