Modified CubeX

Modified CubeX

Postby BikeJunky » 19 Nov 2014, 22:18

Thought I would post a quick update on the progress of the fully re-brained CubeX.

What started out as a regular CubeX has now been converted to a fully functioning open source machine.

Currently Setup:
12v 12''x12'' heated PCB print bed with glass top
Arduino mega 2560
RAMPS 1.4 Shield
DRV8825 drivers
LCD with SD
Stock belts
Stock threaded rod
dual 12v 360W power supplies
Dual E3d v6 hot ends
Attachments
IMG_1438.JPG
Hot Ends
IMG_1437.JPG
Inside
IMG_1436.JPG
LCD
IMG_1435.JPG
Front View
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby Pgregory » 20 Nov 2014, 11:45

Nicely done!
Very clean looking conversion.
Any plans to re-locate the LCD to the factory position?
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby BikeJunky » 22 Nov 2014, 00:36

very much so. Just having trouble finding a set of cables that are long enough. So far, I've the longest I've been able to purchase are 300mm

Pgregory wrote:Nicely done!
Very clean looking conversion.
Any plans to re-locate the LCD to the factory position?
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby piraz » 24 Nov 2014, 06:43

Nice man

I have two of them and i'm planning on doing that mod.

Can you please share more details on that?

See you :)
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby aerre3d » 01 Dec 2014, 01:47

Good work !!!
I'm "push-up" Piraz :-)
Maker or not Maler, this is the question.......
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby blacktony » 16 Mar 2015, 13:43

Nicely done !
So originaly it had one hot end ? and now you upgraded to 2 .
so now u can print suport material with the second one ?
do you have any more pictures and/or explanation for that ?
Thank you
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby Rick » 09 Sep 2017, 11:21

could you tell me how to install the e3d hotends on the cubex?
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Re: Modified CubeX

Postby Rnrl25 » 10 Sep 2017, 06:54

How to wire the e3d v6 on the cubex duo?
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