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Voron Phoenix - New in Voron Development


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Just learned that the Voron Phoenix, A monster Voron Build will be released first half next year. (originally planned for this December 23 or early January24)

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  • 600 x 600  build volume (550 in Z) build 
  • 4 separate beds for heating
  • IDEX setup
  • Canbus on the toolhead
  • Upgraded CW2 (CW2r2)
  • Nema 23 motors
  • Upgraded TAP:
    • VR2 rails
    • 2 x Seperate rails that can individually be adjusted
    • Tension adjustment that prevents "wobble" as per current TAP
    • More Rigid design
  • Dual filament runout sensors - one on the toolhead, another at the spool entry.

Interestingly it still uses cable chains, but a difference in the path. The reason apparently because the umbilical option is not rigid enough.

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Most of the parts are machined though, with enough suppliers interested to manufacture these.  The above build (by Max) is powered by BTT product with a printer board specifically designed for this build. I understand Steve form "Steve's Build" will be or is building one as well.

Only question I have - where the hell do you put a monster like this?

Should start a new section, we already have "printers for ants" - how about "printers for giants" 

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On 12/9/2023 at 12:25 PM, mvdveer said:

Interestingly it still uses cable chains, but a difference in the path. The reason apparently because the umbilical option is not rigid enough.

 

It makes sense taking into consideration that this printer is somewhat a business focused printer instead of home users.
Chains are used everywhere, now, that layout is the same in many big machines, bold move.
I wished my Trident had that design, the cables suffer way less stress than the current chain design.

The toolheads tho appears to have a canbus between them. That is cool.

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the 600 x600 would be nice, but the Z is not hard to change to anything you want.

I have a V2 350x350 that I made the Z 850.  the only reason my Z isnt larger I used longer belts, 1000 extrusion and 850 rails.  These were the longest I could find when I started sourcing, now I can find 1200mm....eventually I will buy some rails and make it that large.

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