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helper
09/08/2017 at 23:07
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Cool @jegor-m ,

Let me know if you relocate to Tallinn, and maybe I can come and check out your machines 🙂 (Tallinn is only a ferry ride away from here 😛 )

helper
08/08/2017 at 21:56
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Awesome to see so many ppl building! 😀

helper
08/08/2017 at 21:49
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Hey @jegor-m ! Where in Estonia are you based?

In reply to: Germany what up?

helper
25/07/2017 at 10:12
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Have recieved the sets, noticed that I gotten the “sieve” part both in 3mm and 5 mm, and the 3mm parts were bent (thou not problem becose I can use the 5mm), anyone else recieved a double set of the “sieve” parts?

@pafe
@nonkonform
@janine
@1andreasse
@wilnix
@netzwerkstatt
@soeren

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helper
25/07/2017 at 10:10
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Finally the laser-cut parts arrived!

Big thanks to @katharinaelleke for organizing the the group order!

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In reply to: Problem with PID

helper
19/06/2017 at 10:40
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Heaters?

helper
16/06/2017 at 10:03
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Any steel will do, AISI 304 is harder and require less maintaince, and becose cutting the pieces is a bit expensive, it is a good idea to go for Stainless.

But you can use other material, I think someone even made one in aluminium.

helper
16/06/2017 at 06:27
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@andyn do you have some ready for sale now?

😀

helper
15/06/2017 at 09:59
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@petrowitch89

Yes…

Marking new products

In reply to: Shredder 2.1

helper
16/05/2017 at 23:19
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Ah! Okey, now I understand 🙂

In reply to: shredder build IDEA

helper
16/05/2017 at 02:06
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Found this https://youtu.be/5U5fa4HdzYM seems to work, but it make big pieces.

In reply to: More or Less knives?

helper
15/05/2017 at 02:13
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The .190″(4.83mm) is close to the original (5mm), the .125″(3.18mm) may increase the risk of bending the knifes? If you choose to build it in .125″(3.18mm), keep us updated, I was also thinking on making the knife in 3mm (got access to lots of 3mm stainless), but I discarded it because the risk of bent knifes.

In reply to: Shredder 2.1

helper
15/05/2017 at 02:07
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The Emergency switch is a really good idea, when I bought my electronics I included one, should be positioned for very easy access.

Thumbs up for the frame/leg mod.

The “Knife area is decreased to avoid cutting large part in one time”, does it mean that the knifes are made of thinner steel? That would mean more parts.

helper
07/05/2017 at 07:43
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All stainless steel? Shipping to Europe?

helper
05/05/2017 at 06:47
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Yeah, I also think that it supposed to be M10, I can get the bolts for you, but I think the shipping time is kinda long. Send me a message if you want me to send it.

helper
30/04/2017 at 00:22
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Hey @1andreasse you should read this topic https://davehakkens.nl/community/forums/topic/germany-what-up/page/2/
One set for 77.50€ + shipping.

helper
27/04/2017 at 21:06
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As @wyatt said, best would be to use the extruder for this, pearler bead are tubing that is cut in small pieces. You need to modify the extruder so you can use a “core” (the pin/rod centred in the nozzle).

helper
27/04/2017 at 07:36
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Bom dia @diogomvo !

Well, I have been reading almost all the topics on the forums now, and it is recommended to use a motor with 1.5kw or more, with a gearbox that reduces the speed down to 50-60rpm.
Here is some other topic about motors:

(Almost) Definitive guide on Motors (WIP)

Hope this helps.

helper
26/04/2017 at 11:29
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Hey @kristofer !

I´m from Åland, going to build the shredder and extruder.

If you need any help just call out.

helper
24/04/2017 at 14:48
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It should only be the rotating knifes and spacer that need to be adjusted.

In reply to: Shredder 2.1

helper
24/04/2017 at 14:40
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Can you reshape the V2 knifes into V2.1 or do you need to make new?

In reply to: Germany what up?

helper
24/04/2017 at 14:35
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Welcome @netzwerkstatt, there will be more group orders, I believe @katharinaelleke is takeing care of it, so you should contact her. I think there is about 5-6 orders atm.

helper
23/04/2017 at 15:06
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Yeah, metal container and ground it, (connect it to earth) or use deionization equipment.

helper
23/04/2017 at 11:43
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Well, industrial extrders use 1.1 – 2.2 kW motors.

A corded drill is about 550W and up.

Also it depends on what you are going to do with the extruded material, I saw some post saying that if you want to extrude filament you need a steady even speed, then it is better to use a stronger motor.

helper
21/04/2017 at 14:06
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Ola ricardoandres! Eu recomendo voce para entre em contato com katharinaelleke (em ingles).

helper
19/04/2017 at 17:10
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Impurities/contaminated material?

In reply to: shredder build IDEA

helper
19/04/2017 at 09:15
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The one that you have has a “tooth-barrel” that crush/grinds the wood, what about the model that uses knifeblades? Like the one on the pics. Think this one would work better?

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helper
13/04/2017 at 07:07
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Hey! I have been searching the forum for this, and concluded that you could use a smaller motor (then a 2kW), I will also use a 0.4-0.5kW motor for my extruder.

helper
13/04/2017 at 07:03
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Nice progress 🙂

If you use aluminium or brass, there might be a risk you chip of material from the screw and contaminate the plastic?

In reply to: Heat Press Machine

helper
09/04/2017 at 07:16
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Looking good!

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