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In this Weekend Projects podcast I’ll walk you through the different parts of the hardware on the reprap. You’ll want to take a look at the pdf for parts lists and more detailed info to get started on the hardware for this project. The software is still in development and until then you should be able to get your reprap working as a McWire Mill until the code gets done. Remember this is an experimental research community project! I really like this design. It’s solid, easy to take apart and put together. It’s also relatively transportable.


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28 thoughts on “Make a Repstrap (Part 2) – Weekend Projects Podcast

  1. Interesting, but seems like too much for a “weekend” project. Maybe it would have been better to wait a few months until the project is a little more mature? If you guys can’t get it going without smoke, that sounds like a bad sign.

  2. This is awesome. I wish I had the time and knowledge to put something like this together. Totally looking forward to the next video!

  3. Does anyone know where I could look into learning about this first? I don’t know much about electronics except some very basic C++ programming and basic circuit theory. It all sounds very interesting, but it looks complex for a weekend project.

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